Melissa Knox

(She/Her/Hers)

Client Experience Manager

"Each person deserves to be cared for with genuine compassion and respect."

Prior to joining us at Covenant Family Solutions, Melissa — or Mel as we call her — spent several years working with youth as a counselor and development coordinator at a local nonprofit organization.

Bachelor of Science, Psychology, 2018
Mount Mercy University, Cedar Rapids, IA

Get to know Melissa

Prior to joining us at Covenant Family Solutions, Melissa — or Mel as we call her — spent several years working with youth as a counselor and development coordinator at a local nonprofit organization. It was fulfilling for her to lead others in a joint effort to serve the community. At CFS, it is her goal to continue making a positive difference in the lives of others facing mental health challenges.

Serving Others

Mel’s desire to serve spans into her personal life as well. During the pandemic she found a way to make extra income doing something she loves by serving food out of her home. It was called “Mel’s Menu” and displayed her dedicated and fun-loving personality.

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819 5th Street SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52401

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