By Daily Republic Staff
Jane Johnson will leave Child Haven after 11 years providing executive leadership, effective June 6.
She is moving out of Solano County to her hometown of Redwood City to care for her aging parents.
“While change can be difficult, the agency is in a great position and poised for growth,” Johnson said in a press release.
Since Child Haven opened its doors in 1983, the agency has treated more than 12,000 children. The agency was founded to help traumatized children heal from the effects of abuse, neglect and maltreatment.
Source: Child Haven on track to change leadership with Jane Jonson’s departure