Noelle Stanfield is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and joins Safe Place for Youth(SPY) with 10 years of experience in homeless services. With a passion for helping underserved populations, she began her social work career as a HUD-VASH Case Manager at PATH. During her tenure at PATH, Noelle served as a Case Manager, Team Lead, and Clinical Supervisor. In her most recent position prior to joining SPY, she served as the Associate Director of Veteran Services. In this role, she helped to lead and support multiple programs under the Veteran Services umbrella, including interim housing, rapid rehousing, and permanent supportive housing. Noelle has extensive experience working in crisis intervention, community mental health, management, and clinical/administrative supervision. She enjoys working in a leadership capacity, and her experience working with vulnerable communities struggling with homelessness, complex trauma, substance abuse, mental health, and various psychosocial stressors, fuels her desire to ensure that programs are meeting the needs of their members.
Noelle completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at California State University Long Beach and received her Master of Social Work degree with a concentration in mental health from the University of Southern California.