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Use your problem solving skills everyday while thriving in a fast-paced, challenging, and rewarding environment. You will be a vital role in managing and directing a patient focused clinical plan of care developed and implemented by a team of professionals that improves quality of life and leads to a safe and timely discharge.
The Homeless Outreach Specialist is part of the Crisis House Outreach Team (OT). The OT will identify and support individuals who are experiencing homelessness and encourage individuals to seek services, especially within Crisis House East County Housing Connections program. As a member of the team, the OT will use a housing first approach and trauma-informed practices to build trust-based and collaborative relationships. The OT will respond immediately to help the client overcome barriers to accessing services, advocate and connect them to crucial resources which includes transporting them to services to help them resolve their immediate crisis with the goal of helping them access housing to end their homelessness. The OT will coordinate with the Housing Navigation/Case Manager, attend community meetings, case conferencing, coordinated outreach efforts in the community, and may ride along with Law Enforcement Homeless Outreach Teams (HOT).
Samahan Health Center’s Behavioral Health Department is looking for an ACSW to provide out patient psychotherapy in their National City and Mira Mesa clinics. Job Duties include: providing psychotherapy, case management and crisis intervention services to all patients. The Associate Clinical Social Worker (ASW) also acts as an advocate and assists patients gain access to resources. Group clinical supervision is provided on a weekly basis.
Parent & Family Programs motto is “when parents are informed, students benefit.”‘ Parent & Family Programs at UC San Diego engages families as partners in the educational journey of their student . We provide services, resources, and programs that inform families about the university, help navigate campus resources, support their student, and develop an affinity to UC San Diego.
CLSSD is currently looking for a dynamic motivated individual for the implementation of a child trafficking prevention
curriculum and support to a specialized caseload of clients at-risk of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC).
Primary responsibility of providing the full breadth of MFLC counseling services to military service members and their families at military installations. These services include non-medical, short term, walk around counseling, training/health and wellness presentations, provision of health fairs, and consultation to installation command regarding behavioral health issues. The counselors work closely with the installation and military branch Points of Contact (POCs) to assure that the program is provided within scope and meets the needs of the installation.
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, the Director of Camper Care, among many other responsibilities, works to monitor the emotional and physical well being of the campers and be able to address any concerns.
The best staff are compassionate, enthusiastic, good listeners, patient, nurturing, and trustworthy. We look for staff who are team players with leadership skills, easy-going, and know how to have fun.
Esperanza seeks a Case Manager to assist our Representation Program for adults with mental illness. Under the supervision of the Managing Attorney for the Representation Program, the Case Manager will create post-release plans, and implement linkage and individual rehabilitation services to clients who have been found to be mentally incompetent by an immigration judge.
Program and Policy Analyst – CalSWEC Title IV-E Stipend Program, UC Berkeley (search for keyword ‘CalSWEC‘)
Under the supervision of the Director of the CalSWEC Title IV-E Stipend Program, the Program and Policy Analyst will be responsible for collaborating with statewide child welfare social work education and training partners to develop, evaluate, and report on child welfare workforce development programs and initiatives; conducting needs analyses and developing program plans and curricular interventions accordingly; and participating in and supporting program evaluation; convening statewide stakeholder groups (developing agendas, facilitating and following up on meetings); and reviewing and updating program policies based on local, state, and federal regulations.
The Lead Kinship Navigator will assist Kinship caregivers with understanding, navigating and accessing systems such as Child Welfare, school system, public benefits and other support systems and will also assist with supervision of Kinship Navigators, Social Work Case Managers & Interns
Primary responsibility of providing the full breadth of MFLC counseling services to militaryservice members and their families at military installations. These services include non-medical, short term, walk around counseling, training/health and wellness presentations, provision of health fairs, and consultation to installation command regarding behavioral health issues. The counselors work closely with the installation and military branch Points of Contact (POCs) to assure that the program is provided within scope and meets the needs of the installation.
The Behavioral Health Consultant provides assessment, brief interventions, psycho-education, teaching life skills and consultation services as part of this multidisciplinary team within a primary care setting. The LCSW will be using brief therapy techniques, value based goal setting, habit forming, and self-directed behavior modification strategies.
Interested applicants should contact Tina Van at TVan@aphcv.org
The ICWA Case Manager advocates in state court systems protecting the federal ICWA law for a consortium of Tribes in San Diego County. The Case Manager will assist families by establishing strength based services to meet reunification plans and family needs.
The Parent and Youth Advocate will assist parents and youth involved in the county child welfare services (CWS) by assisting with strength based wrap around services to decrease the length of stay in the CWS systems and to fast track children out of foster care.
Work with the most elite warriors on the planet, the U. S. Navy Seals. The job satisfaction of our staff members working with our special operations units is overwhelming. Be a part of the team! The LCSW is responsible for the application of social work procedures and techniques, including interviewing, behavioral assessment and evidenced-based therapies, in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of psychological and neuropsychological disorders using the following skills: individual, family and group psychotherapy, couples therapy, alcohol and drug treatment evaluations.
Provides psychosocial services to patients treated by the facility including in-center and home dialysis patients (if applicable) utilizing Social Work Theory of Human Behavior and accepted methods of social work practice. Works with the health care team to promote positive adjustment, rehabilitation and improved quality of life for our patients.