Brittani Lamb, MSW, LISW

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Foster Adopt MN

2446 University Ave W Suite 140
St. Paul, MN 55114

P: 651-333-2175

Brittani identifies as a passionate and dedicated advocate, especially for youth. She holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from St. Olaf College and a Master of Social Work from Augsburg University with a focus on macro practice. She works to support adoptive, foster, and kinship families and professionals as a HELP Program Specialist at Foster Adopt MN. In addition to her primary role, Brittani engages in various policy advocacy and diversity, equity, and inclusion work. One of Brittani’s passions is connecting youth with caring adults, both in and out of foster care systems. As an adoption and permanency competent child welfare worker, Brittani strives to validate and support the complex loss and trauma and resiliency of the youth with whom she works, as well as advocate for systemic changes that do the same. The PACC network has been helpful in connecting with other service providers who have the same understanding. Prior to becoming a social worker, Brittani did years of service in South Africa and Minneapolis. She enjoys connecting with people through her interests of cats, ice cream, and running.

Licensure: LISW
Region: East Central, North Central, North East, North West, South East, South West, Twin Cities - Metro, West Central
Population: Adults
Type of Therapy/Service: Adoption - Adoptive Parent Services, Post-Adoption Resource and Referral, Post-Adoption Education and Support, Resource and Referrals
Specialities: Adoption Transitions, Adoptive Parents, Attachment Issues, Behavior Issues, Education/School Issues/Truancy, Foster Care, LGBTQ+, Permanency **, Transracial, Trauma

* "Permanency services" includes reunification, guardianship, & kinship care.

** "Permanency" includes reunification, guardianship, & kinship care. "Neurodevelopmental issues" includes ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, &FASD.