Kim Livingston, LMSW

Assistant Vice President, Residential Services


Kim Livingston, LMSW, Assistant Vice President of Residential Services, oversees FCA’s Lakeview House residence, West Nassau residence, Nassau Haven Emergency Youth Shelter and Walkabout Youth Transitional and Independent Residence Program.

Kim began her career with the organization in 1998 as a Preventive Worker in the Family Ties program. She has worked in the field of homeless services and housing for 20 years. Just prior to re-joining FCA, Kim was the Director of Supportive and Emergency Housing Programs for Community Housing Innovations.  During her tenure at Community Housing Innovations, Ms. Livingston was responsible for the creation and implementation of innovative programming that addressed the gaps in service in the homeless population.  A pilot program that she spearheaded, the Transitional to Permanent Housing Program was a finalist for an Imagine Award in 2018 in the Innovation category. 

Ms. Livingston has a long history in collaborating with and securing funding through multiple governmental programs including the Department of Housing and Urban Development, NYS Office of Temporary Disability Assistance, and the Department of Social Services in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties. 

Kim is on the governance board of the LI Coalition for the Homeless Continuum of Care and a member of the Suffolk County Commissioner’s Advisory Board. She has worked with people struggling with mental health and substance use issues as well as people living with HIV. Kim brings with her a wealth of experience and a dedication to helping serve vulnerable communities.

Kim received a Bachelor's degree in Human Relations from St. Joseph’s College and a MSW from Stony Brook University. She is licensed to practice social work in the State of New York.

Kim Livingston, LMSW
AVP, Residential Services