COMPENSATION $78,000 - $85,000 + Full Benefits
PROGRAM Hamilton Transitional Housing | 1631 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94117
REPORTS TO Family Services Manager
WORK SCHEDULE Monday and Thursday 11:30 am- 8:00 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9:30 am- 6:00 pm
UNION REPRESENTATION Non-Union
Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across six sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.
Program and Position Overview
Hamilton Families Transitional Housing in the North of Panhandle neighborhood houses and supports 20 families at high risk for chronic homelessness for up to 18 months. Families receive intensive social services to identify and address factors contributing to their homelessness to enable them to return to stable, independent housing and economic self-sufficiency. The program provides case management, employment readiness activities, job retention support, intensive housing search support and substance abuse recovery support.
This position will provide direct mental and behavioral health support to children, youth, adults and families who are residing at the Transitional Housing program or participating in the afterschool program on-site (Hamilton Out of School Time- HOST). This position works closely with Family Treatment Court of the Superior Court of San Francisco and Family & Children’s Services to support families who are in recovery and have child welfare involvement.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
• Provides behavioral health, individual therapy services and recovery support to adults, families, children and youth
• Provide individual trauma recovery and family crisis intervention services to program participants
• Facilitate educational and therapeutic support groups on topics including mental health education, stress-reduction, child development, substance use and parenting support among others
• Participate in all weekly staff meetings, case conferences and trainings as required
• Coordinate services with other staff as part of a multi-disciplinary team
• Act as a liaison between Hamilton Families and SF Family Treatment Court and other partners as necessary
• Provide mental health consultation and training to staff
• Build out mental health internship program to provide direct service to youth participating in HOST
• Provide weekly clinical supervision to interns
• Maintain all necessary records related to participant care and administrative requirements
• Other duties as assigned
Qualifications, Skills and Abilities
• Must be CA Licensed LCSW or LMFT (registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences or Board of Psychology)
• Must meet the requirements for providing clinical supervision as set forth by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences
• At least two years of experience providing clinical therapeutic services to children, youth, adults and families
• Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology and/or Counseling required.
• Familiarity with systems of Child Welfare, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Recovery and Homeless services
• Knowledge and experience working with families and youth who have experienced trauma
• Experience working with adults impacted by substance use disorders and knowledge of recovery models and best practices
• Knowledge and experience of Harm-Reduction and Trauma-Informed Care
• English/Spanish language capacity, highly preferred
• Knowledge of and sensitivity to the needs of families experiencing homelessness; able and willing to work with diverse staff and clients.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook, etc.
• CPR and First Aid certification required within first six months of hire.
• Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal; ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations; sit and stand for long intervals; reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds depending on position; and walk up and down stairs several times a day.
• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and documentation required post offer.
Compensation and Benefits
Great benefits: Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24-Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.
Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.
Time off: HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.
Long-term benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!
• Click the blue “Apply” button above to apply via Hamilton Families’ ADP Career Center.
• Attach your résumé AND a brief letter of interest.
• No faxes or phone calls.
• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Clinical Supervisor for a small non-profit year-round Special Education School and Medi-Cal Mental Health Clinic.
La Cheim's school programs provides both special education and mental health services to adolescent and latency age children. All students have an IEP issued from a neighboring public school district. Students receive educational and therapeutic clinical services in small, self-contained classrooms. Each classroom's treatment team consists of a special education teacher, clinician, mental health resources specialist, and classroom assistant. Additionally highly trained Psychiatrists, RNs, and NPs assist each treatment team in developing a quality, thorough, treatment plans for each child.
Each classroom's therapeutic milieu provides individual and group therapy for the participating students. Classroom's student sizes are small, averaging between 5 to 7 students. Overall campus student census ranges from 12 to 18 students. This allows our treatment plans to be very specific for each student's individualized clinical and educational treatment needs.
Our school provides year-round educational and mental health services. Family therapy is a key component to successful client treatment. A child cannot be successfully served unless their family, extended family, and other outside care givers are involved.
La Cheim has a very dedicated treatment team. Staff turnover is quite low; most employees have been with La Cheim well over 15 years. This can be attributed to a positive sense of professional comradery, quality service provision, satisfaction and a very friendly working environment. This sorts of commitment by employees is fairly unique. Our staff dedication allows for consistent high quality treatment interventions.
This is La Cheim's 5th decade of providing continuous, service to children from our community. Come celebrate life, "La Cheim", and become a member of our treatment team!
• Overall responsibility for ensuring entire Program provides the most effective clinical and therapeutic services possible.
• Providing/overseeing group therapy within the classroom, provide individual therapy and family therapy outside of the classroom when/as needed.
• Supervision of Program's clinical staff. Signing off hours for clinical interns.
• Oversee the completing Medi-Cal charting. Overseeing the clinician's Medi-Cal charting for accuracy and timeliness. Ensuring MD's, NP's and RN's, charting is complete and submitted in a timely manner.
• Ensuring all clinical notes have effective interventions to ensure each clients' clinical goals are best met.
•Ensure all employees successfully complete the maximum number of quality billable notes each month.
• Responsible for the entire Program's Mental Health/ Medi-Cal services including ensuring all records and files are kept in 'Audit Ready' condition, physical facility meets Medi-Cal standards, and client charts go to mandated county mental health reviews and audits.
• Must be a licensed MFT or MSW and be certified by the Board to supervise interns.
• Valid California Driver's License and a reliable vehicle.
• Current TB Test and clear criminal live scan clearances including DOJ & FBI.
• Past experience working with adolescents within a therapeutic milieu. (Preferred)
• Possess excellent administrative skills provided in an appropriate compassionate manner, yet be clear, firm, and direct.
• Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
• Ability to write and implement Behavior Treatment Plan
• Ability to effectively document provided services
• Ability to work in a fast paced environment
• Must be a team player
• Sense of humor (Preferred)
Compensation: Depending upon Experience
• Generous Benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance with FSA available.
• Excellent vacation and sick leave benefits.
• Voluntary 403(b) retirement plan and additional option to increase Long Term disability insurance available.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
La Cheim School is committed to diversity in its programming and in creating a staff reflective of the populations of the San Francisco Bay Area. We encourage and actively recruit applications representing diversity of color, age, sex, race, religion, national origin, physical ability, sexual orientation or political affiliation.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, please submit resume and cover letter
Warby Parker is searching for skilled and enthusiastic Opticians to join our growing team of in-house optical all-stars and play an integral part in what we’re all about—helping people see! In this role, you’ll become an expert in our brand and our glasses (take a peek at how they’re made). Whether you’re helping longtime Warby Parker fans or first-time wearers, you’ll deliver extraordinary customer service to leave them excited and confident about our glasses. Along the way, you’ll partner with motivated, collaborative individuals who take their work (but not themselves) seriously. You’ll also expand your current skill set with a slew of career-advancing resources and benefits. Our ideal candidate is a lifelong learner who’s eager to help Warby Parker grow. Sound a lot like you? Wonderful—read on!
Alicia | Atlanta, GA
Here I can really focus on my customers' vision and satisfaction with their glasses, more so than at other retailers. The company goes above and beyond to ensure that all of the processes and operations are streamlined and efficient, so that I have as much time as possible in front of the customer.
What you'll do:
Who you are:
You are a skilled optician, or optical sales associate. You have a passion for your craft and enjoy providing exemplary service. You may have found your new home! We are a husband and wife optometry practice 25 years strong with a boutique eyewear dispensary located in Pacific Heights SF. Our unique eyewear selection includes smaller, hand-made collections. We seek a full-time or part-time team member to help us deliver an amazing patient experience. If this piques your interest, please contact us with a quick note of introduction and a resume if you have one. We would like to chat with you. Pay is based on experience.
Learn more about our practice at www.invisionopto.com.
424 Guerrero Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
415 621-5466 fax
MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN
The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce society's reliance on the use of incarceration as a solution to social problems.
We do this through the provision of programs to persons facing imprisonment, education efforts about imprisonment and its effect on people, and technical assistance to entities wishing to establish and/or evaluate programs working with those facing imprisonment. For more information, visit our website
CJCJ is seeking a dedicated and energetic clinician who will provide community-based mental health services to high-risk or in-risk youth on juvenile probation or at risk of system involvement. The program is aimed at stabilizing a youth and family by providing direct clinical interventions and pulling formal and informal supports together for the common purpose of addressing safety concerns, chronic and acute mental health needs, and other identified needs which present as barriers to a client being successful in their community.
Qualifications for this position are listed below:
Master's degree or graduate student in Social Work, Psychology, or related field, licensed
(or eligible) by Board of Behavioral Sciences, ASW, AMFT, LPCC, registered intern, waivered PhD/PsyD, or registered interns
Experience providing individual, group, and family therapy and clinical case management services
Familiarity with the juvenile justice system; experience working with justice-involved youth and families
Commitment to strengths-based approaches, harm reduction, and trauma-informed care
Willingness and ability to provide mental health and support services in a non-traditional, community-based setting
Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills
Bilingual in Spanish GREATLY preferred
Adaptable and flexible with a commitment to CJCJ's mission
Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License and a positive driving record; maintain access to a registered and insured vehicle to use in carrying out your job duties
Must be able to pass background check for working with youth
Familiarity with EPSDT and Medi-Cal documentation and billing practices preferred
Ability to work under pressure with an excellent sense of humor, collaborative and team oriented
Basic computer skills
Duties and responsibilities include:
424 Guerrero Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
415 621-5466 fax
Provide community-based mental health treatment services including but not limited to: conducting assessments, diagnosing, providing individual and family therapy, facilitating
Child and Family Team meetings, resource brokerage and referrals, case coordination and advocacy, plan development, follow-up and aftercare
Complete all medical record and billing documentation in a timely fashion and in accordance with documentation standards set forth by the agency and the San Francisco
Department of Public Health
Develop relationships with community based service providers, public defenders and private attorneys, the juvenile courts, and juvenile probation department personnel
Attend court hearings and provide court reports and/or testimony as needed
Participate in case consultation meetings, clinical supervision and staff trainings
Great opportunity for professional growth by participating in the PURQC committee which reviews overall clinical work of cases
Other duties as assigned
This position reports directly to CJCJ’s Director of Behavioral Health. This is an hourly non- exempt position. Anticipated weekly hours are 40 hours/week but can be negotiated to fewer if desired.
Benefits: CJCJ offers a competitive salary, excellent comprehensive benefits, a casual work environment, and a great team of committed professionals. Full benefits include complete health, dental, and life insurances, of which CJCJ covers 100% of the premiums – zero employee contribution. Additional benefits include 12 holidays/year, 10 sick days/year, and 10 vacation days/year (vacation time increases based off of staff seniority). Finally, the position offers extraordinary opportunities for paid training, clinical growth, professional development, clinical supervision, opportunity to accrue clinical hours, and occasional conference participation.
WOMEN, PERSONS OF COLOR, DIFFERENTLY ABLED PERSONS, AND INDIVIDUALS WITH PAST
INVOLVEMENT IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
Job Type: Full-time
Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education & Experience
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
If driving a car is required for the position, incumbent must have a valid California driver's license and be able to provide proof of DMV record and personal insurance (if required).
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and is committed to providing equal employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, legal domicile status, veteran status, disability or AIDS/HIV status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Department or Program: Community Based Services
This is a non-management position
This is a full time position
Union status: Non-union
Fingerprinting clearance: Required
TB Screening: Required
We are a mission-driven, non-profit organization that provides primary and behavioral healthcare services and community services for all: Our staff is committed to providing high quality, compassionate, culturally competent primary care and social services, focusing on the LatinX Spanish-speaking population.
Do you have a passion for helping others? If so, we are looking for you!
What Your Mission is:
What you bring:
Empathy, passion to serve others, strong communication skills and eagerness to make a difference!
As well as:
Why You'll Love Us
About Mission Neighborhood Health Center
The Mission Neighborhood Health Center is a non-profit, multi-site community health organization offering comprehensive health services in the Mission and Excelsior Districts of San Francisco. The center offers primary health care services, adult medicine, pediatrics, family planning, OB/GYN, HIV and homeless services. We advocate for health equity and deliver innovative, high quality services responsive to the neighborhoods and diverse communities we serve with a focus on the Latino Spanish-Speaking Communities
East Bay Agency for Children, also known as EBAC, is looking for a talented and passionate individual with a commitment to social justice to join our incredible team. EBAC's mission - to improve the well-being of children, youth and families by reducing the impact of trauma and social inequities - motivates our amazing staff to create change for our program participants each and every day.
For 5 years EBAC has been named a Top Workplace by the Bay Area News Group, reflecting our supportive and fulfilling work environment. As an EBAC staff member, you can enjoy a healthy work/life balance through generous paid time off and excellent benefits. A career with EBAC will make you part of a well-established and respected agency with an inspiring team of people furthering a compelling mission.
East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) has opportunities for Mental Health Clinicians providing counseling to children and their families for various programs throughout Alameda County which include: Berkeley, Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, Newark
Incumbents will performs assessments (using CANS), articulate diagnostic formulations (with measurable objectives) and makes recommendations with regards to the impact of mental health issues. Candidates selected will provide case management services and makes referrals as appropriate. In addition, our Mental Health Clinicians will provide individual treatment; works collaboratively with families, teachers, administrators and school site staff.
To learn more about the variety of services that our Mental Health Clinicians support at EBAC please visit our website at www.ebac.org/services/
QUALIFICATIONS and COMPETENCY FACTORS
WORKING CONDITIONS and JOB SETTING
EBAC offers a uniquely generous time off package and an outstanding benefits package that includes health; chiropractic; dental; voluntary life insurance (for yourself and your family), AD&D and SDT; accident and critical illness coverage (for yourself and family); flexible spending for medical, child care and commuter benefits; 403b retirement program; legal insurance; and, agency paid life insurance and long term disability coverage.
East Bay Agency for Children is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diverse candidates to apply. No phone calls please.
Through the Looking Glass is looking for a Family Clinician for its clinical programs. TLG is a Berkeley based and internationally recognized program serving children and families with disabilities. Bilingual Spanish speaking strongly preferred, experience with disability, EPSDT, Early Childhood Mental Health Consulting or bilingual ASL preferred.
Title: Family Clinician – Bilingual Spanish Preferred
Employment type: Full-time, 40 hours a week
Program: EPSDT and other Clinical Programs
Reports To: Clinical Supervisor
Benefits: TLG offers a comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Medical FSA and Dependent Care FSA, Commuter & Parking Benefits, Long-term disability, Life insurance, Paid time off and Paid holidays.
Through the Looking Glass Family Clinicians provide primarily in-home family therapy, infant-parent therapy and individual therapy to children and families where either a caregiver, or a child has a disability. We use infant mental health, developmental, and systems models. We take a strength-based, non-pathologizing approach to working with families. We focus on supporting positive and healthy relationships between caregiver and children, helping families achieve their personal goals. When indicated we also support families with case management, support them in navigating systems, and assist in obtaining needed resources. On some cases clinicians may have the opportunity to work collaboratively with a developmental specialist, occupational therapist, and/or a family partner. Some clinicians may have an opportunity to provide consultation to a Head Start program. Typical caseloads are relatively small with clinicians carrying about 12 families.
TLG provides weekly reflective supervision and weekly training to all clinical staff. Trainings focus on infant mental health, working with disabilities and other topics. We try to be a very supportive and flexible work environment, in which supervisors and peers provide reciprocal support and consultation.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Bilingual, bi-literate English/Spanish strongly preferred; ASL also very desirable. For Bilingual position, ability to perform psychotherapy in Spanish is required.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations, etc.:
One of the following is required:
Through the Looking Glass is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Visit our website for more information about TLG: www.lookingglass.org
To apply, please use this posting or fax/email your resume and cover letter to TLG (no phone calls please).
Contact: Russell Hendlin, Director of Medi-Cal Services
Re: Family Clinician
Through the Looking Glass
Fax: (510) 848-4445
CELEBRATING 37 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE DISABILITY COMMUNITY
Through the Looking Glass (TLG) is a disability community-based nonprofit organization in Berkeley, California. TLG has pioneered clinical and supportive services, as well as national training and research serving families in which one or more members – whether parent or child - has a disability or medical issue. Since founding in 1982 TLG has provided infant mental health or infant/parent /family therapy and relationship-based developmental services. TLG’s mission is: “To provide and encourage respectful and empowering services—guided by personal disability experience and disability culture—for families that have children, parents, or grandparents with disability or medical issues.” TLG’s staff includes culturally and linguistically diverse psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, developmental specialists, occupational therapists, a nurse, a childbirth educator and early childhood educators.
Keywords: MFT, LCSW, PhD, PsyD, ASW, LPHA, RN, psychologist, clinician, social worker, therapist, infant mental health, bilingual, Spanish, Early Childhood Education Consultation, ASL
Full Circle Family Program (FCFP) offers outpatient mental-health services for multicultural, low-income children between ages 4-21 and their families throughout San Francisco. FCFP utilizes evidence-based practices to help youth succeed within the context of their families. We believe that, regardless of the setting in which youth may be exhibiting challenges, each family has the strengths necessary to develop and achieve goals for their children and themselves. Thus, our philosophy is to honor families and to offer effective support so families can achieve their goals. We serve families and client in the location that best meets their needs, including their schools, homes, or one of our community-based locations throughout San Francisco.
Clinicians will provide individual and family therapy, case management, and team support services in schools, in clients’ homes, and in community-based settings. Services will be guided by a thorough process of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning. Family and client strengths are central to the healing process, and services will strive at all times to honor families’ culture and values. Clinicians will be responsible for maintaining accurate and complete client records and adhere to legal and ethical standards regarding confidentiality and reporting requirements. Group supervision, clinical training, and BBS hours toward licensure are provided for all staff. Additional duties may be assigned as needed.
Program Specific Responsibilities
· Individual and family therapy for youth ages 4-21
· Utilize evidence-based interventions and theories.
· Treatment provided is consistent with a thorough assessment and treatment plan developed in partnership with the family.
· Provide case management, behavioral coaching and crisis intervention as necessary
· Collaborate closely with our community referral sources and partners: schools, county departments, community-based organizations, etc.
· Meet documentation and other deadlines; comply with requirements for Medical/county paperwork.
· Perform administrative tasks within timelines (chart completion, meeting attendance, etc.)
· Bilingual: Spanish Required
· Masters or doctoral degree in psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy required
· Registration with the BBS or Board of Psychology required
· Experience providing therapy to children and families in community-based settings strongly preferred
· Knowledge of evidence-based practices in mental health preferred
· Strong individual and family assessment skills and proficiency using DSM-5 and ICD-10 desirable
· Working knowledge of Microsoft Word processing; ability to utilize Felton Information Management System
· Strong organizational and time management skills
· Strong communication and interpersonal skills
· Experience with MediCal and/or Avatar documentation is desirable
· Ability be a team player with a welcoming attitude
· Possess a valid CA Driver’s license and access to a vehicle with proper insurance
Division: Children, Youth and Family
Reports to: Program Manager
Position: 100% FTE with benefits:
· Medical, dental and vision insurance (PPO or HMO options)
· 403(b) retirement plan
· Employer life insurance
· Employee Assistance Program
· Flexible Spending Account (both medical and dependent care)
Generous time off policy:
· 12 paid holidays per year
· 21 paid vacation days per year
· 3 personal days off per year
· 15 paid sick days per year
We are hiring a direct hire, full time, Spanish speaking ASW or LCSW to provide clinical services to at risk adolescents and TAY in SF. Clients are seen at different agency sites throughout the city, offices are provided to do the clinical work. 1:1 and group work. Provide on-site behavioral health screening, clinical assessments, crisis intervention and support services at sites with greatest acuity of behavioral health needs across agency programs. Serve in the Consultation Managers On-Call rotation ($150 stipend). Provide short term mental health and/or substance use support for youth. Provide clinical consultation and professional development to staff on a range of behavioral health issues and best practices for TAY population. Facilitate and coordinate Collaborative Case Conferences to assist in determining treatment plans for clients with behavioral health concerns. Support youth with linkage to community resources, as needed. Candidate must have a MSW and be licensed or at least registered with the BBS. Candidate must have 5 years of experience providing mental health services to at risk youth. This person must be a self starter, clinical supervision is provided. Position is M - F and will include 3 evenings/ week so this person will start work later 3 days/ week. Example schedule would be 2 days 9AM - 5PM and 1 day 12 noon - 8PM and 1 day 11AM - 7PM, can also work 1PM - 9PM if preferred. Weekends are also available but not required.
AMFT/ ASW or LCSW/ MFT needed for per diem work in San Leandro working with adolescents in an in patient PHF. Candidate must have relevant experience. This can be 2 weekends/ month or as needed, days available during the week also if wanted. $30/ hour- AMFT/ ASW and $45/ hour - LCSW/ MFT