Krysta Warfield is Program Director of the Center’s Domestic Violence Program. Ms. Warfield completed her Paralegal Studies Certification and received an AA in Paralegal Studies. With more than a decade of experience across the continuum of DV services, she served as Lead Parent Partner for the Department of Children and Family Services’ Parents in Partnership Program, providing the parent’s voice in Child Family Team meetings. In her leadership role at Child & Family Center, Ms. Warfield oversees all Domestic Violence services, including the 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, support groups, advocacy and client care. She continues to assist in supporting clients with legal proceedings such as mediation and restraining orders. Most recently, Ms. Warfield has expanded the Center’s services to the Antelope Valley, where she is helping establish the area’s first Human Trafficking task force and integrated the Domestic Violence Program into Child & Family Center’s range of behavioral health programming.