Beth Jackson is a licensed certified social worker who has been with Families, Inc. since 2002, first serving as a therapist in the Paragould clinic. In addition to her supervisory role, she sees clients—primarily disabled adults and the elderly. Prior to joining Families, Inc., Beth worked in medical social work as a mental health coordinator for prison populations and as program specialist for a group home for adolescent girls.
Beth received her BA in social work from Arkansas State University in 1999, graduating Summa Cum Laude, and receiving the President's Award and the Social Work Department Award. She received her master's in social work from the University of Tennessee in Memphis in 2000.
Beth is the recipient of the 2020 Social Worker of the Year Award presented by the National Association of Social Workers, Northeast Arkansas Chapter.
Beth is a member of the Arkansas Crisis Response Team, Craighead County Crisis Response Team, and a grant reader for the Austism Association of NEA. She is a member of First Baptist Church- Jonesboro.