nDash.co is a content creation platform that provides brands and agencies with access to the world's top freelance writers.

nDash Writer Profile for Amy Jones

Amy Jones

Headline

Writing for the mental health, social services, and helping professions

About Me

Amy Jones is a content writer focusing on mental/behavioral health, social services, nonprofit organizations, and other helping professions.

For more than 20 years, she has written everything from grants to marketing pieces to blog posts. Her experience is not limited to writing either. She has spent time in the trenches as frontline staff, as a supervisor, and as an executive director. This extensive experience has given her insight into how to tell the story of an organization and how important it is to the population it serves.

Whether you're looking to draw in clients, volunteers, or donors, it all starts with the story. The rates under the Content I Write section are estimates; I quote each project based on the length and the time required to research the topic and do a thorough job.

Industries I Write About

Nonprofit Organization Management

Find writers and ideas in this industry

Mental Health Care

Find writers and ideas in this industry

Individual & Family Services

Find writers and ideas in this industry

My Writing Samples

Test

test

http://placeholder

Experience

Director

Responsible for the operation of the Juvenile Court Services division of Madison County government, including administration, intake and assessment, youth probation, and an eight-bed short-term juvenile detention center Fiscal management of an annual budget of $1.5 million Personnel management of a staff of 45 Extensive grant writing and editing Obtained documents, clearances, certificates and approvals from local, state and federal agencies

Company: Madison County Juvenile Court Services

I worked there from 10/2009 until now

Executive Director

Responsible for the operation of the Madison and Henderson County CASA programs Crafted successful volunteer recruitment campaigns that grew the volunteer team from 15 to 48 members Composed press releases and other public relations materials that maintained the program's positive public image in the community to ensure community awareness and support Implemented marketing strategies and wrote successful grants and fundraising campaigns that grew the annual budget from $75,000 to $250,000

Company: Madison County Court Appointed Special Advocates

I worked there from 9/2004 until 10/2009

Federal Rural Health Access Grant Monitor

Administration of the Mississippi Delta Special Initiative Grant to study rural healthcare access in four counties Monitoring program budgets, results, and scope of services requirements Coordination with the Tennessee Department of Health and the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy Worked directly with the Tennessee Department of Health and the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy to implement a project that brought health services to eight rural, medically underserved counties​

Company: West Tennessee Healthcare

I worked there from 4/2003 until 9/2004

Content I Write