C. Yoselin Corrales, Family Advocate
Yoselin has enjoyed feeling so welcomed at Family Promise, as a fairly new staff, and is looking forward to working more with the staff, volunteers, and families – of course! Most recently, Yoselin worked at the Tennyson Center for Children as a Youth Treatment Counselor working in a milieu setting with adolescents affected by abuse, neglect, and various forms of trauma, prior to that, she worked at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare as a Care Navigator in their shelter program at Comitis Crisis Center. Yoselin studied Psychology at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska, but was originally a vocal performance major and still to this day performs with the Denver Chorale, a local choral group. In her free time, she enjoys karaoke, spending time with loved ones, and strongly advocating for equality, justice, and social change.