Megan Picinic

Megan Picinic joined the Florida Network team in February 2013 to implement the creation of new strategies for preventing youth from entering secure detention, when they are better served by temporary respite and counseling within their community. Through research and collaborative partnerships, Megan oversees the Domestic Violence Respite Program for the Network. She is a former counselor to families from rural communities, and a DJJ Transition Coordinator responsible for guiding youth from Residential Commitment programs back into their communities successfully. A graduate from Florida State University (BSW) and Barry University (MSW), Megan brings a compassionate, client-focused perspective to all of the Florida Network’s programs and services.