Kelley Rainey LCPC
Director of Case Management Services, Northern Region
Kelley Rainey joined FCS in August 2008 as a part time group facilitator for the Violence Intervention Program (VIP). VIP groups are offered for different types of offenders who are court ordered or sent through another agency to learn impacts of violence on their victims and to also gain other ways of expressing anger that does not impact those around them. After two years of hosting groups, Kelley had an opportunity to move into a full time role at FCS as a case manager in the domestic violence program were Kelley went to court with victims impacted by violence. During her time within that role, Kelley also saw clients individually for supportive counseling and hosted education groups for clients. In 2013, Kelley was promoted to the Coordinator of the Domestic Violence Programs in the Carroll County office were she oversaw the case manager for the non-residential program, the safe house program and the offender programs. During her role as a the Coordinator, Kelley assisted with the FCS fully taking over the domestic violence safe house in the county, created an Carroll County 24 hour domestic violence hotline and staffed the hotline as well as developed training for staff who needed to be certified through the State to facilitate offender programs. In July 2015, Kelley was promoted to Director of Domestic Violence Programs. In this role, Kelley continued her work in Carroll but also took over responsibility for the same program in the FCS Baltimore County office. During her role as Director, Kelley worked to support new FCS programs such as the increase in Family Violence Services through VOCA and work within school systems to educate teens on dating violence.

In July 2017 Kelley was promoted to the Director of Case Management Services for the Northern Region which includes Carroll County, Baltimore County and City, and Harford County programs. Kelley’s role is to oversee all the case management programs that are offered through FCS in these various locations as well as continue to create new opportunities in partnerships within those communities. Kelley is part of the FCS grant writing team and is responsible for quarterly reporting to local, State and Federal funders. Kelley also sits on a number of internal and external committees that include by not limited to FCS Quality Assurance Committee, FCS Grant Reporting Committee, Howard County Domestic Violence Review Team, Carroll County Domestic Violence Council, and since 2015 has been a proud board member of the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence.

Kelley has her Masters in Community Mental Health Counseling from McDaniel College and is a Licensed Certified Professional Counselor in the State of Maryland. Prior to working at FCS, Kelley worked in substance abuse serving young adults and first time offenders and also worked with homeless low income families.

Kelley enjoys the team work and being able to collaborate to solve problems in the community. Kelley is passionate about serving others and strives to help create communities were those impacted by violence is less and less. FCS allows Kelley to work towards those goals in solidarity with her case management teams.