My name is Sherre Muhammad. I am a Wraparound Facilitator with Integrated Support & Facilitation. In my spare time, I love to participate in community service with my sorority Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. I also love to read anything and write poetry. I love bowling and art of any kind. I just creating things that make people smile. I love music and attending as many concerts as I can.
Sherre earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Criminology. Her passion was to work with at risk youth and help before they enter the pipeline from school to prison. Sherre began working with Dockside services as a case manager working with TRP (Transition from Restrictive Placement) youth. These were young ladies and gentlemen that were returning home from juvenile or boys school or girls school. During this time she also worked as a direct support specialist alongside DCS providing assistance to families with visitation and other case management needs. She has worked in the field of Case management for 8 years. During COVID, she began working with therapeutic foster homes to ensure the foster children were safe and their needs were being met. Sherre then began working on a more direct support level providing FST (Family Support Training), Life Skills, HAB (Habilitation) and respite to families in need. Currently, she has transitioned from direct support to working as a Wrap Facilitator. She is now a part of the arms that surround the family and their teams to strengthen their base and help with success from a different manner.