A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION PROVIDING MENTAL HEALTH SOLUTIONS
As a member of the Child and Family Team (CFT), works closely with case managers and FSP families to develop an individualized family plan taking into account each family’s strength, goals, and needs.
Coordinates with case manager to implement the family plan agreed upon by the CFT.
Provides direct clinical, psychological, and/or rehabilitative mental health services to FSP families, including identified client and other family members.
Provides FSP families with ongoing assessments of their basic needs in various life domains including: housing, family, social, recreational, emotional, educational, safety, legal, medical, cultural, behavioral, school, work, and financial.
Is flexible and creative in providing support and services to families in their home, at school sites, in agency offices, and other off-site location as outlines in the treatment plan.
Available and on-call to families in crisis including evenings and weekends and provides crisis intervention, direction, and support.
Works closely with the case manager in order to coordinate and integrate services for families as needed.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for completing all paperwork required by the Department of Mental Health (DMH), i.e. assessments, coordination plans, etc., as well as FSP required documentation in a timely manner.
Assist in organizing and providing ongoing group lessons, workshops, and outings as needed for families.
Participates in weekly staff meetings, treatment team meetings, clinical supervisions, CFT meetings, and individual and supervision sessions.
Master of Social Work from an accredited school of social work AND a current Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW) registration through the California Board of Behavioral Sciences; OR
Master’s Degree in psychology or related behavioral science field from accredited university AND a current Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (MFT Intern) registration through the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Pass Department of Justice fingerprint clearance. Bilingual Spanish highly preferred.
Able to work effectively with a range of clients and staff from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Background in Family Systems and/or Family Strength base a plus. Organizational skills a plus. Respectful and sensitive to each family’s cultural and individual needs and customs as appropriate.
Must have personal, reliable transportation to conduct field visits.
- Experience working with a diverse client population
- A team-oriented work environment
- Training opportunities
- Excellent compensation and benefits
MA degree from an approved graduate school or program; MFTI or ACSW; Experience working with children in a behavioral health setting; Valid CA Driver License and insurable by the Center’s automobile