Pickaway County Child Protective Services

Nicholas Tatman

Mr. Tatman has been the Administrator of Pickaway County Job & Family Services for seven years. Mr. Tatman’s primary responsibility is the oversight of Pickaway County Social Services. He has 20 years of experience working with children and families in the child welfare system. Prior to his current position, Mr. Tatman worked as an ongoing social worker, an intake investigator, and welfare fraud investigator for Pickaway County Job & Family Services. Mr. Tatman is a graduate of Ohio University with a degree in criminal justice.

 

Kimberly Stevens

Ms. Stevens has been the Program Manager at Pickaway County Job & Family Services for seven years. She is responsible for the oversight of screening intakes, investigation, and ongoing services as well as adult protective services. Employed by the agency for 21 years, Ms. Stevens was an investigator and ongoing caseworker prior to her current position. Ms. Stevens has worked in child welfare for 24 years.

 

 

Amy Hoar

Ms. Hoar is an Ongoing EPIC Caseworker and has worked in child welfare at Pickaway County Job & Family Services for three years. She also has experience as an alternative response caseworker. Amy has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Ohio University. While at Ohio University, Amy completed one year in the University Partnership Program (UPP).

Marina Pico-Herritt

Ms. Pico-Herritt is the Ongoing START Caseworker and has worked in child welfare at Pickaway County Job and Family Services for one year. She helps with EPIC responsibilities as the backup caseworker. Marina has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Ohio University.

Sarah Rapp

Ms. Rapp is a peer mentor for the EPIC program in Pickaway County. She also holds her CDCA licensure and is in school to obtain her Bachelor’s in Social Work. She states that her passion for helping people has also benefited her in her own recovery journey.