Protecting our clients and staff during COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and in protection of our community’s health, we’ve made alternative arrangements for many of our services, info meetings, and events. Please see our events and meeting tab for details on each specific event, some of which are changing to an online format. Please contact our office with questions on office hours, services, or events.

Meet The Team

Donna Wokeck

Donna Wokeck

Office Coordinator - Greenville

Donna has been the office coordinator at the Greenville office since 1997. She holds a bachelor’s degree in general studies from Trinity College in Deerfield, IL. Donna enjoys being able to support the social work staff in any way possible.

Rebecca Moore

Rebecca Moore

Lead Staff - Greenville

Rebecca is a licensed social worker with a master's degree from the University of South Carolina and certified home study provider. She has over 30 years’ experience with children and families in the US and abroad. Rebecca is a Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) Practitioner, ¬-Foundational Theraplay® Practitioner, Circle of Security Parenting® Facilitator, and has training in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. She is also a graduate of the University of Maryland's National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training and is currently enrolled in the University of Minnesota's Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certification. She and her husband have eight children, both birth and adopted, and have provided therapeutic foster care to twenty-five children.

S. Lizzie Pittack

S. Lizzie Pittack

Pregnancy Counselor - Greenville

Lizzie joined Bethany Christian Services in 2018. She has her bachelor’s degree in biblical counseling with a focus on communication studies. As a pregnancy counselor, Lizzie works with those who are experiencing unplanned pregnancies and who would like to consider the life-affirming options available to them. She helps educate expectant parents on parenting and adoption, provides a supportive environment for decision-making, and works with parents post-placement experiencing grief and loss. She also plays a part in facilitating birth parent and adoptive family communication, connecting expectant parents with community resources, and reaching into the community to educate others on the joys of adoption.