The City of Nampa is pleased to announce Jeannie Strohmeyer as the new executive director for the Nampa Family Justice Center (NFJC).
Strohmeyer has been part of the Nampa Family Justice Center since 2009 and has served in various roles including advocate, client service coordinator and program manager.
Strohmeyer said, “It is my privilege and honor to serve in a capacity that can provide greater hope, support and care to those that have been affected by abuse and are most vulnerable in our community. I believe all people have intrinsic value and no matter their choices of the past, or the outcome of the present, each person is precious and of great worth.”
“Jeannie has been a valuable leader within the Nampa Family Justice Center for a long time and has a heart of service for our community. I am very thankful for the vital work provided by the Nampa Family Justice Center to our community and have full confidence Jeannie will grow their program in the coming years,” shared Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling.
The Nampa Family Justice Center recently celebrated 15 years of service to our community. In 2020, the Nampa Family Justice Center served 10,736 clients. All the services they provided were free of charge. The mission of the Nampa Family Justice Center is to promote safety, self-sufficiency, hope and healing to those affected by abuse.