Natalie Rentas, LMSW
Social Services Supervisor
Natalie Rentas is the Social Services Supervisor at Day One. In this role, she oversees and supports direct service staff and volunteers, which include Day One’s Case Manager and Social Work interns and supports the Youth Voices Network, a survivor-led advocacy group. Natalie also provides direct services, including supportive counseling, therapy, case management and advocacy, for young survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) aged 24 and under.
Natalie began her career in 2009, after obtaining her Bachelor of Science from St. John’s University; she began working with victims of crime at Safe Horizon. During her five-year tenure with Safe Horizon, Natalie worked with youth and adult survivors of intimate partner violence in various settings, including a domestic violence shelter in Brooklyn, the Bronx Family and Criminal Courts, as well as the Domestic Violence Police Program out of PSA 4 in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Natalie then obtained a Master of Social Work in 2014, from Hunter College’s Silberman School of Social Work with a concentration in clinical work with individuals and families.
Natalie is a native New Yorker with roots from Puerto Rico, who is devoted to delivering services to young survivors from all communities. Natalie’s passion lies in continuing to impact lives in a positive way through collaboration, education and the delivery of social services.