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CHFS Community is an award-winning podcast featuring ordinary people doing extraordinary work at the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Hosted by Secretary Eric Friedlander and produced by Julianne Hatton, you'll hear inspirational stories from the people who serve every Kentuckian in some way. Join our community so you'll never miss an episode and tell your friends about the show. Until next time, stay healthy Kentucky!

Oct 25, 2022

Hillary Lantrip Croft has been part of the legal community for half of her life. Her father is a narcotics officer, and she took an early interest in criminal justice. At the age of 15, Croft became an intern at the Hopkins County Attorney’s Office and returned to her hometown after graduating law school. She’s come full circle as Assistant County Attorney and Child Support Director in Hopkins County and is quick to tell you she is more than a prosecutor. Awarded the 2021 Child Support Attorney of the Year, Croft participates in community job expos and yearly expungement clinics so her clients can work towards self-sufficiency. Today’s discussion is about what it means to have a servant’s heart and why everybody wins when we invest in our communities.