JAZMIN MONROE RICHARDS
Jazmin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate and a Population Health Specialist at UNC Family Medicine Center. She holds a Bachelor of Sociology degree from Pennsylvania State University and attained both a Masters of Social Work degree and a Masters of Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
In her role, she offers treatment to address patient-identified behavior change goals, provides crisis intervention support to address high-risk patient populations presenting with behavioral health issues, and engages in medical case management to address gaps caused by social determinants of health. Previously Jazmin worked as Family Centered Treatment therapist with families managing mental health issues using a systems approach. Jazmin continues to gain knowledge and fine-tunes her skills in research and development so to create health programs with the goal of decreasing disparities leading to the promotion of policies and programs that specifically serve marginalized communities.