Team Member Spotlight: Alicia Muldrow

Team Member Spotlight

Alicia Muldrow, LMSW, LCAS-A

Bereavement Coordinator



Alicia Muldrow joined the Hospice & Community Care family as Bereavement Coordinator in March 2020. Since joining our team, she has used her experience working with individuals and families in various behavioral, human, and social service programs and agencies in South Carolina and North Carolina to provide care, compassion, and hope to our patients and community. Jenifer Crawford, Director of Family Services, shares, “Alicia’s positive outlook and can-do spirit greatly benefits our team and community.”

What are your responsibilities as a Bereavement Coordinator?

As Bereavement Coordinator, I direct provision, coordination, and ongoing development of bereavement, loss, and grief support for the community and hospice patients and families.  I provide counseling and resources to aid in coping with illness, death, or loss. I also act as a resource for community agencies.

What excites you about working with Hospice & Community Care?

I initially became interested in working with hospice after having grandparents that received hospice services. I wanted to positively contribute to an individual’s care and quality of life during their end-of-life and provide support to their loved ones.

Personal Fun Facts
  • I am married with three children, ages 15, 9, and 5. My husband also works in the medical field as a Medical Laboratory Scientist.
  • I earned my Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from Winthrop University, and I hold a Master of Social Work (MSW) from Walden University.
  • I am a Licensed Master of Social Worker (LMSW) and provisionally credentialed as a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS-A)
  • My hobbies include volunteering, couponing, spending time with my family, and coordinating family trips. My hobbies allow me to contribute to others, relax, focus on personal stewardship, and make fond memories with my husband and children.
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