Jenna Robinson, MSW
Ms. Jenna Robinson currently serves as a Program Specialist and Peer Learning Court Liaison for the National Family Drug Court Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) program at Children and Family Futures (CFF). In this role, she responds to requests and coordinates training and technical assistance regarding child welfare and substance use related issues.
Ms. Robinson graduated from the University of Oregon with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and minor in Business Administration. After graduation, she completed a year of service as an AmeriCorps VISTA member for an educational nonprofit organization in Southern California. She served as the first Community Partnership Coordinator and was responsible for cultivating meaningful collaboration with various community stakeholders and planning for the long-term sustainability of the organization. After her year of service, Mr. Robinson earned her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Southern California with a concentration in Mental Health. During this time, she gained invaluable experience as a dual diagnosis and substance use treatment therapist in a residential treatment facility. She also completed an internship with Orange County Health Care Agency’s Children and Youth Behavioral Health Services. In this role, she provided outpatient mental health services to children and families impacted by trauma, substance use disorders, or mental illness.