Janice K. Braswell

Janice K. Braswell

Janice knows all too well about stolen childhood innocence due to abandonment, homelessness, abuse, and alcoholism—and the lifelong struggle to regain a sense of worth as a result. As a child growing up in El Paso, Texas, she witnessed daily the will of the human spirit of the people in Mexico who crossed the border to achieve a better way of life. “But I never realized the ramifications of poverty until my own family became a statistic,” Janice says. After raising her five children, she returned to school to finish a bachelor's degree in nursing, and has worked in the field of public health for the last ten years. She often sees the familiar look in her clients’ eyes of feeling “not worthy to be loved.” Janice, her husband of 28 years, their grown children and grandchildren, make their home in northern Illinois.

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