About UsKinship Care...It’s our purpose!

Introduction

Introduction

A Second Chance, Inc. (ASCI) is a non-profit corporation established in 1994. Its mission is to provide a safe, secure, and nurturing environment to children who are being cared for by their relatives or a close family friend - formally called "kinship care". ASCI became a subcontracting agency of Allegheny County Children and Youth Services (now called Allegheny County Children, Youth and Families [CYF]) in July, 1994.

 
Our Mission

Our Mission

To strengthen and preserve healthy kinship families for children.

Our Vision

Our Vision

A world where all youth are given an equal opportunity to grow into responsible adults; where abuse and addiction cycles are broken

Our Mantra

Our Mantra

Every Child Touched by A Second Chance, Inc. Has a Right to Be Safe and Must Thrive.

 
Stacy Renee Wright

Stacy Glanton

Sr. Director III

Recruitment, Staff Training & Organizational Development

 

Pittsburgh Corporate Office

(412) 342-0600
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Stacy Glanton is responsible for providing leadership and oversight to the day-to-day functions of the Training department. Since joining ASCI in 1997, she has served in various capacities, including but not limited to: employee relations supervisor, assistant director of employee relations and assistant director of training education and community development. 

Glanton has also earned several instructor certifications for various curriculums, including American Red Cross, TalentSmart, Handle with Care: Passive Physical Restraint and Child Welfare League of America.

In 2006, Glanton was voted Employee of the Year by her fellow colleagues at ASCI. She also received the Spirit of A Second Chance Award that same year. 

Glanton is an esteemed graduate of the inaugural class of the Mark A. Cleveland Academy for Emerging Leaders and Talent Development. She is honored and humbled to be an employee of A Second Chance, Inc., where she is extremely committed to the organization’s mantra: Every child touched by A Second Chance, Inc., has a right to be safe and must thrive.