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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc., established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance abuse prevention, treatment, employment, entrepreneurial, and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.

Position Title: Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs Reports To: Executive Director

Position Description: As part of the leadership and management team at Horizons, the Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs, works closely with our Clinical Director and is responsible for the overall programmatic and fiscal management, oversight, planning/coordination, staffing, supervision, implementation, and evaluation of the Agency’s Medi-Cal certified, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Outpatient Treatment, Mental Health, and Gender-specific Programs, specifically: Females Against Violence (FAV) and Jovenes Education and Empowerment Program (JEEP). In partnership with the Executive Director and Program Director, Prevention and Employment, this position will participate in funding source and other city-wide Steering/Advisory Board Committees, provide internal and external leadership and interfacing, and help chart Horizons’ future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the Agency’s services.


Program/Contract Planning, Development, Implementation, Management, and Evaluation:

• Responsible for the planning, development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the SUD Outpatient Treatment, Mental Health and Gender-specific contracts, programs, budgets, and staff.

• Develop funding source Workplans and Contract Renewals and monitor program activities on a regular basis to ensure activities are aligned and in compliance with proposed services, objectives are met, and program staff is on track to meet goals.

• Identify best practices and create systems to ensure that services are designed and implemented in accordance with respective contract/funding source requirements goals and objectives.

• Oversee, monitor, and track current program evaluation measures, as well as develop new program evaluation frameworks to assess the strengths of the program and to identify areas for improvement.

• Track and monitor staff data entry in the AVATAR, CMS and CalOMS database system for compliance and satisfactory progress with performance objectives.

• Collect, review, and analyze statistical data for use in reports, proposals, presentations, and evaluation.

• Draft monthly, quarterly, and annual program reports to demonstrate achievement of goals.

• Report evaluation findings to Executive Director and recommend changes to enhance the program.

• Plan and execute weekly staff meetings to maintain staff rapport, disseminate programmatic/agency related information, team build, and monitor progress.


• Consistently attend all funding source meetings, trainings, and events to stay current on all contractual related matters.

• Other duties assigned by the Executive Director.


• In consultation with the Executive Director, recruit, interview, and hire program staff/consultants.

• Draft Memorandum of Understanding for all consultants and ensure all hiring paperwork is completed for employees.

• Implement the Agency’s human resources policies, procedures and practices of the organization.

• Ensure that all program staff and consultants receive an appropriate orientation to the organization and the programs.

• Supervise program staff and cultivate a culture of learning and empowerment through ongoing guidance, coaching, training, direction, input, and feedback to keep morale high, promote inclusion and collaboration, ensure delivery of high quality programs, and foster productivity.

• Develop and implement a system to evaluate the skill, experience, and professional development needs of all staff.

• Establish and implement a professional development program to address employee experience and skill gaps.

• Work with staff to develop objective performance measurements across all programs, to ensure consistent, high-quality evaluation and goal setting for all employees.

• Instill a sense of accountability among team members by modeling oversight of individual and organization performance standards.

• Actively interface with clients and other stakeholders to gain community support for the program and to solicit input for program improvement/enhancement.

• Liaise with other managers to ensure effective and efficient program delivery.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Must be CAADE or CCAP certified with 3-5 years Management/Supervisory experience.

• Experience providing SUD Outpatient treatment services in a professional setting.

• Proven track record of designing, writing, securing, implementing, and managing grants for programming.

• Highly analytical, forward thinking, with an acute attention to detail.

• Proven ability to lead a team towards success and reach required goals and obligations on a consistent basis.

• Superior record with meeting deadlines and juggling multiple tasks and projects.

• Outstanding communicator with an aptitude for public speaking, training, and partnership building.

• Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in a variety of settings.

• Successful in roles requiring a high level of discretion, professionalism, and leadership.

• Demonstrated ability to interface with high level departmental and community leaders, and represent the agency and programs at local and national conferences, conventions, town halls, and other events.

• Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily activities; monthly and quarterly reports, etc.

• Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc; Mac platforms.


• Must be able to work evenings, on weekends, and before normal business hours (10:00am-6:30pm) for events, outreach, trainings, and to meet deadlines.

• Must be able to pass a Department of Justice background check and clear a TB test before first day of employment.

• Ability to use personal vehicle and adherence to agency insurance requirements.

• If in recovery, must be clean and sober for a minimum of 2 continuous years.

• Willing and able to commit to a 3-5 year tenure at the agency.

Desired Qualifications:

• Master’s Degree and a minimum of 5-7 years of progressive Senior Level Management/Supervisory experience.

• Experience managing Medi-Cal certified SUD Treatment programs.

• Experience developing grant proposals to ensure continuous delivery and expansion of services.

• Committed to, and passionate about, issues facing Latino youth, and other youth of color, and their families.

• Bilingual English/Spanish desirable.

Compensation and Benefits This is a full-time, permanent, salaried, and exempt position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays and opportunities for professional development and continued learning. The annual salary for this position is $60,587-$70,190.

Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc., established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance abuse prevention, treatment, employment, and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.

Position: Mental Health Case Manager, EMIC Behavioral Health Services Reports to: Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs

Program Summary: The EMIC Behavioral Health Services offered at Horizons provides culturally affirming, population focused, mental health services for TAY youth, ages 16-24, and/or their families. Services include outreach and engagement to raise awareness about the program and services, screening and assessment, wellness activities/groups, individual and group therapeutic services, and case management. This position will serve as the hub for service enrollment, engagement, and coordination; receiving referrals, conducting screenings, connecting clients and/or their family members to both on and offsite services including therapy, faciliate wellness groups, and providing case management to clients which includes direct assistance in gaining access to services, coordination of care, and linkage to appropriate services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Conduct outreach activities for the purposes of engaging youth in mental health services, including the development of outreach materials and plans.

• Coordinate and oversee the referral process.

• Conduct client screening/intake to ensure that all individuals are adequately and appropriately served according to their individual needs.

• Complete case management assessment on all clients entering caseload and consistently monitor progress.

• Provide on-going supportive and/or case management functions in accordance with the problems, needs and strategies identified within the case plan in order to help the clients achieve the stated goals and objectives. This includes communicating regularly with schools, probation officers, social worker, family members and other caregivers, regarding client’s treatment progress, etc., when appropriate.

• Document and maintain up to date client files while ensuring confidentiality, according to clinical procedures.

• Act as an advocate for clients and families to ensure service delivery.

• Develop and facilitate wellness groups and activities.

• Accumulate knowledge of, and coordinate services with other providers, when appropriate.

• Connect families with needed and available community resources, follow-up with clients and agencies as appropriate to document use/success of referral.


• Participate in continuing education activities/trainings, remaining knowledgeable in area (s) of expertise.

• Attend weekly interdisciplinary clinical meetings with clinical staff and bi-weekly individual supervision meetings with the Clinical Director.

• Adhere to agency policy, procedures and the professional code of ethics.

• Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.


• BA in Social Work and/or related field and/or a minimum of 2+ years working with at risk youth and their families.

• Knowledge and skills in community based behavioral health care (mental health) and case management experience.

• Experience conducting screenings and keeping client case notes.

• Adept in case plan development and tracking.

• Able to develop and facilitate mental health related wellness groups.

• Must be detail oriented, deadline driven, and able to work independently and take initiative.

• Bilingual (Spanish/English).

• Knowledge of youth service providers in San Francisco preferred.

• Knowledge of clinical treatment, healing arts, intervention techniques, and approaches to youth development, behavior modification, harm reduction, etc.

• Experience working with youth within the juvenile justice system, youth with disabilities, youth with co-occurring disorders, and/or gang-affiliated, etc.

• Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily encounters; progress notes; weekly and monthly reports, etc.

• Excellent organizational, communication, written, and verbal skills.

• Ability to work as a member of a team and willing to be flexible (that may include working evenings).

• Must be able to pass a Department of Justice background check and clear a TB test before first day of employment.

• This position is under the collective bargaining agreement with SEIU 1021 and in such is subject to enrollment.

• If in recovery, must be clean and sober for a minimum of 2 continuous years.

Compensation and Benefits This is a full-time, permanent position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st day of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays. The hourly wage ranges from $21.25 to 24.62.


Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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At STAND! For Families Free of Violence, we believe that community engagement is essential to promoting healthy relationships, eliminating gender-based violence, and strengthening families.  

Our work with young people is critical to our mission to break the multigenerational cycle of domestic violence, and we currently have an exciting opportunity for a manager to oversee programs aimed at preventing teen dating violence, and raising awareness about healthy relationships. 

Besides program development, management, and evaluation, this role maintains relationships with external partners to maximize the outreach and delivery of our programs, and also supervises staff.   

This is a part time position, expected to work between 20 and 32 hours per week. Please describe your desired schedule in your cover letter.   

The current pandemic has presented us with an opportunity to convert our existing well established, evidence-based programs into a virtual format, and the manager’s immediate responsibility will be to join the team in this work. Therefore, previous experience developing engaging, youth-oriented, virtual content is required.   

The manager will ensure services are delivered to the young people in our programs in a high-quality, participant-centered, trauma-informed, manner. To measure the success of our programs and inform improvements to them, the manager will oversee accurate data collection, be responsible for report preparation and delivery, and ensure the timely submission of both.   


STAND! is a catalyst for breaking the multigenerational cycle of violence, promoting safe and strong relationships, and rebuilding lives. Our work is guided by our values of integrity, passion, compassion, safety, accountability, innovation, and collaboration. We welcome staff who can embrace these values, and who seek to create and participate in a culture of interpersonal kindness and accountability, with respect for every stakeholder in the agency; and for the contribution of everyone who joins us in this work.   

Program Management: 

  1. Build, develop, and implement innovative teen dating violence programs that meet the needs of young people and are built on evidence based, best practice, and promising practice models. Ensure they are delivered in relatable, accessible, in person or virtual formats. 

  2. Establish, document, and ensure use of appropriate service provision policies, protocols, and procedures, consistent with contracts, and legal / professional requirements, including safety and confidentiality. 

  3. Maintain and monitor systems to measure outcomes of clients served. 

  4. Develop and maintain systems and services that ensure clients are provided consistent, culturally sensitive, high quality services.  

  5. Develop and implement evaluation methods and tools; complete required program progress and evaluation reports.

  6. Ensure client cases are reviewed regularly, provide consultation to staff for client work. 

  7. Develop, implement, and train staff to respond to emergencies and provide crisis response services. Coordinate / provide in-service training opportunities to build staff competencies. 

  8. Build, develop, and maintain community relationships; attend meetings as required. 

  9. Actively participate in the agency’s management leadership forums including client services management team and full leadership team.

  10. Work with director on further development of program, goals, outcomes, standards, etc.

Administrative Management:

  1. Implement and manage contract compliance, reporting and accountability for outcomes and goals as stated in the grants/contracts. 

  2. Submit monthly report for all programs to the Director of Client Services.   

Personnel and Fiscal Management:  

  1. Build staffs’ core competencies to improve and increase service provision.

  2. Hire, supervise, evaluate, schedule, promote, take corrective action, train, and foster paid and volunteer team efforts within the program.

  3. Monitor tracking for monies/gift card/travel vouchers issued by staff  


  1. B.A. in social justice, public health, social work or related field, or equivalent experience. 

  2. Minimum of 2 years’ solid work experience in the field of domestic violence and/or teen dating violence. 

  3. Expertise providing direct service work including crisis management.

  4. Experience educating / training youth who have experienced trauma; knowledge of youth development theory and application.

  5. Minimum of 1 years’ experience developing compelling, accessible, and culturally sensitive virtual content aimed at engaging young people.

  6. Skilled group facilitator, robust demonstrable experience working with group and utilizing the group process.

  7. Certified, or able to become certified as a Domestic Violence Counselor.

  8. Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly in person and virtually; strong public speaking skills.

  9. Counseling experience with, or training in domestic violence issues, including teen dating violence.

  10. Excellent prioritizing and organizational skills, including time management.

  11. Able to demonstrate highly developed initiative and sound judgment skills.

  12. Proficiency in computer skills, especially using Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point and customized databases.

  13. Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds.

  14. Commitment to maintain shelter-site confidentiality.

  15. Understanding of the Agency’s mission and ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with clients in all circumstances.

Reliable vehicle, valid California driver’s license, clean driving record, and proof of insurance.  MVR will be obtained prior to hire and run periodically thereafter.


Bilingual English / Spanish skills

Experience with program and staff supervision, building and fostering a strong team, and providing guidance and valuing staff accountability

BA in communications, marketing, or related field  

Experience in community organizing

Experience operating within school or similar systems

Experience working with clients impacted by family violence and abuse with specialized knowledge of trauma  

Experience with ETO database

Experience developing, implementing and supervising social service-related programs and staff in a non-profit or related work setting

Experience implementing public health prevention frameworks

Employment with STAND! is contingent upon clear fingerprint, criminal history check, clear MVR, and successfully completing U.S. Department of Justice Form I9. Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of the Agency’s mission-related required training.    


· The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and their families 

· A learning organization, access to training, plus an annual learning stipend. 

· Flexible schedule. Please indicate your desired hours (between 20 and 32 per week) and work schedule

· Temporary partial remote work during COVID 

 · Hourly rate of $30.28, a 5% differential will be added for candidates with fluent bilingual Spanish/English skills  

· At 30-32 hours a week, this role is eligible for our generous benefits package which includes: medical, dental, vision, life and AD&D insurance, voluntary acupuncture and chiropractic insurance, 403(B) plan (limited employer match after one year’s service); and to earn vacation, sick leave and holiday pay pro-rata. At 20-29 hours/week, this role carries eligibility for all benefits except medical.   

 Apply by emailing a cover letter, resume and the names of three supervisory references to: Please put “CEED Manager” in the subject line of your email, and describe your desired schedule in your cover letter.    

STAND! For Families Free of Violence is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to staff diversity. We welcome qualified persons of all backgrounds to apply.  

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Bay Area Clinical Associates, P.C. (BACA) is a physician-owned and operated organization offering evidence-based mental health services to youth and their families in the San Francisco Bay Area. BACA currently offers outpatient and intensive outpatient services in San Jose and Berkeley and is exploring other sites as well.  We are looking for a part-time or full-time therapist to join our multidisciplinary team, providing routine outpatient care as well as care to patients in intensive outpatient programs. 

Our mission is to set a new standard in providing evidence-based, multidisciplinary, integrated care. We provide all therapy and medication services at one convenient location, and will collaborate with schools and help with accommodations. We do see adults, but only the parents of the children we treat, as needed to improve the well-being of the child’s caretakers. Psychiatrists are team leaders and will generally work with 2-3 LMFT/LCSW in delivering care. We are looking for committed individuals dedicated to the BACA mission. BACA is a fun, friendly place to work and we go on a first name basis for patients and staff. BACA offers the opportunity for clinicians to run groups and develop innovative treatment programs. As a therapist at BACA, you are expected to provide care to patients both in the outpatient and intensive outpatient program (IOP). For the IOP and outpatient clinic, you would provide individual and family therapy, and parent training. 

Therapist Description:  

  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to address mental health needs in children, adolescents, young adults and their families, 26 and younger

  • Provide  individual, group and family therapy as well as parent training for assigned patients 

  • If desired, can potentially supervise AMFT or ASW 

Position Requirements: 

  • Master’s degree required

  • Active license in the state of California as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) required

  • Must have valid NPI

  • Must complete credentialing and contracting with insurance companies following an offer being extended but prior to starting - this process can take 3-5 months

  • Knowledge of acute adolescent and/or child psychological disorders 

  • Ability to  maintain confidentiality

  • Ability to clearly summarize pertinent clinical information via written correspondence and medical record documentation in a timely manner 

Benefit Package:

  • Competitive salary and benefits package

  • Weekly supervision for the first three months of employment 

  • Monthly staff meetings, case conferences and journal club

  • CAMFT membership encouraged and reimbursed

  • State licensure and professional liability insurance (malpractice) covered

  • Educational/discretionary expenses per year; eligible to use after 6 months of employment ($1,000 per year based on 1.0 FTE)

  • Paid holidays 

  • 4 weeks vacation/sick leave (160 hours per year at 1.0 FTE)

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Job Description

We are seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage And Family Therapist to join our team! You will assist in the implementation of Friendship House’s behavioral health services. You will also provide mental health support services for the agency Youth Program participates and provide appropriate assessments and performed coordinated referrals for therapeutic support and treatment services.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Conduct and provide written psychological assessment and evaluation of clients.

  • Provide individual, group, and family therapy for clients and their families.

  • Coordinate mental health crisis intervention and support for the Friendship House clients, including coordinated referrals to local City and County psychiatric crisis clinics and SF General Hospital Psychiatric Services.

  • Provide timely clinical review and transfer intakes in accordance with the county Treatment Access Program procedures, including establishing Level of Care and Medical Necessity for treatment authorization utilizing ASAM criteria.

  • Assist Clinical Director in providing regular quality assurance reviews for all clinical files and provide as assigned necessary training and technical support for the clinical team.

  • Coordinate clinical assessments and referrals for clients for Medication Assisted Treatment program, including following up and monitor medication compliance and timely follow up appointments.

  • Maintain confidential and current client files as required, providing timely completion of documentation that includes but may not be limited to individual therapy notes, clinical assessments, and data entry.

  • Participate in clinical and staff meetings.

  • As assigned, develop and implement trainings, protocols, or curriculum for clinical staff and clients, including for clients and children at the Friendship House American Indian Lodge.

  • Provide clinical support services, including crisis intervention, mental health assessments, and coordinated referral for Friendship House Youth Program, family support services, and therapeutic interventions as needed.

  • As required, coordinate and oversee care for clients receiving mental health services at other agencies.

  • Provide Clinical Supervision for practicum & ACSW and MFT Interns placed at the Friendship House, including weekly supervisions.

  • Participates in the review of clinical issues and program policies and procedures.

  • Maintain Licensure by the California State Board of Behavioral Science.

  • Provide periodic written reports, as required and assigned.


  • Master’s Degree in Psychology or Social Work from an accredited university or graduate program.

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with current registration with the California State Board of Behavioral Science, including current licensure and fulfillment of continuing education requirements.

  • Ability to apply mental health counseling methods and techniques, and provide comprehensive mental health assessments for Medication Assisted Treatment.

  • Knowledge of community mental health resources.

  • Knowledge of crisis intervention techniques and crisis management, and coordination of appropriate referrals.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of and cultural sensitivity to American Indian women and men in recovery from alcohol and drug abuse.

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in providing clinical assessments and support services for American Indian youth and families.

  • Excellent time management, counseling, interpersonal, and professional skills.

  • If in recovery, three or more year’s sobriety is required.

Notice to Applicants: Please be advised that a post-job offer, pre-employment annual physical and TB test are required as a condition of employment. Additionally, a Department of Justice fingerprinting and/or Federal, State, County criminal justice background check clearance is contingent upon an offer of employment. Criminal clearances are obtained to protect the welfare and safety of clients receiving services at The Friendship House Association of American Indians.



INDIAN PREFERENCE ACT: Preference in hiring is given to qualified Native Americans in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, US Code, Section 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit verification of Indian heritage certified by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of American Indian heritage.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian Preference, all candidates will receive equal consideration without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, or other non-merit factors.

AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT ACT (ADEA): Friendship House abides by the mandates of the ADEA (protecting individuals 40 years and older) and considers age a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITY ACT (ADA): Friendship House abides by the mandates of the ADA and considers disability a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations. Furthermore, Friendship House will make any practical, feasible, and reasonable arrangements to accommodate qualified applicants and employees with disabilities.

Company Description

The Friendship House Association of American Indians is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization, established in 1963 to serve American Indians who were relocated from their reservations to the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 1963, Friendship House has served more than 5,500 residential clients and hundreds of youth consumers and provided community-focused events for countless numbers of American Indians. As a cultural center with co-located services and community activities, Friendship House is uniquely poised in the San Francisco Bay area to serve American Indians.

The overarching goal of Friendship House is to promote healing and wellness in the American Indian community by providing a continuum of services that build resiliency to substance abuse. And to strengthen connections to family and community to improve the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical well-being of American Indians across the lifespan.

Friendship House operates three program facilities: the Friendship House American Indian Healing Center, an 80- bed adult men and women residential substance abuse treatment facility located in San Francisco, California; the Friendship House American Indian Lodge, a 9-bed facility for women and their children located in Oakland, California; and the Friendship House Youth Program, an afterschool youth center, located in San Francisco, California.

The Friendship House’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program was established to reduce the incidence of alcohol and drug abuse among American Indians through services designed to strengthen the personal conditions which support a substance-free lifestyle. In addition to restoring clients to productive living individuals in their respective communities. Prayer, songs and drum circles, sweat lodge ceremonies, talking circles, Walking the Red Road Medicine Way, and many other traditional methods are integral to the residential treatment program.

While many best practices in the substance abuse treatment field have been proven to work effectively with substance abusers from many backgrounds, few evidence-based practices have been evaluated and proven to work with Native people. We know, based on more than 28 years of tracking our own performance, that American Indians have the best outcomes when Native culture and cultural practices are honored, as well as integrated into our service delivery efforts.

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Job Description


I. JOB SUMMARY: The Case Manager is the direct contact for the AIDS Medi-Cal Waiver Program and the people requesting services and assistance. As such the Social Work Case Manager must be ready and equipped to assess clients' needs, develop individualized care plans, monitor client progress, and coordinate services with other agencies on behalf of the client as needed.

This is a start-up program and a great opportunity to get in on the ground floor and help make this program and our work environment into something that will meet our mutual vision. You must have an MSW to be considered. The position is initially part-time but can go to full-time rapidly (as rapidly as we can grow the patient census). 

*Due to the current health crisis, we will be supporting remote work almost exclusively. PPE will also be provided as per required necessity.  


Reports To: Project Director


A. Conduct initial psycho-social assessments; verify eligibility for services, perform comprehensive needs assessments, establish client case chart including a detailed history, establish the position of the client along the Continuum of Care, and orient client to agency policies, rights, and responsibilities.

B. Maintain accurate record-keeping and case notes of all client interactions.

C. Develop an individualized care plan for client needs including emergency services, food, health care, medical attention, HIV health education, emergency and permanent housing, mental-health and substance-abuse counseling, as well as emotional and practical support.

D. Coordinate client needs for local, state, and federal eligibility, benefits, and resources through direct provision and referral.

E.. Research new vendors of services that match client needs, coordinate with those service providers, and attend community service provider meetings and forums as necessary.

F. Monitor client progress as outlined in their individualized care plan. Maintain an average of 2 successful contacts within the program guidelines; in order to reassess client objectives and goals, and then make changes in accordance with a clients’ changing needs.

G. Participate in client support group programs and/or make referrals to other agencies when necessary, and work with volunteers to provide emotional and practical support.

H. Participate in weekly Interdisciplinary Team Meetings, Core Case Management team meetings, and other department meetings; in order to consult with supervisors, attending physicians, and peers on case issues. Participate in annual In-services and trainings to receive updated information on services and eligibility.

I. Meet with clients in their place of residence in order to provide psychosocial support, assess needs, monitor progress, and other supportive services.

J. Provides counseling, psychosocial support, and crisis intervention to residents.

K. Participates in gathering and reporting on outcome measures and in quality improvement efforts.

L. Perform additional duties as assigned by the Project Director

The above statement reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the position and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.



A. EDUCATION: Master of Social Work Degree from an accredited Institution.


1. Experience with, and knowledge in social-service case-management, and acute care to chronically ill clients, including practical knowledge of the social and economic aspects of clinical care.

2. Experience with and ability to work sensitively with the personal aspects of HIV disease, including expertise in issues pertaining to death, dying, and bereavement as well as issues related to race, sex, and gender.

3. Excellent verbal and written communication skills combined with consistent follow-through.

4. Experience working with communities of color, the LGBTQ community, and people with HIV disease.


1. Bilingual capability in Spanish and/or experience working with the Hispanic population is a plus.

2. Valid California Drivers License, a working vehicle, and Proof of Insurance.

3. Ability to operate a computer and/or a tablet PC

4 May be exposed to unsanitary conditions in some home settings (post-COVID)

5 May be exposed to high crime areas within the service community (post-COVID)

6 May need to endure exposure to weather and temperature extremes (post-COVID)

7 Ability to travel day to day within assigned geographic areas (post-COVID)


FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt EEO Classification: Service Workers


Company Description

Primary Care At Home (PCAHI) is a non-profit organization that has recently received clearance from the state to initiate the AIDS Medi-Cal Waiver Program in Alameda County. We are a small, young agency that has big goals and great employees with loads of experience.

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Job Description


Reports to: Clinical Director/Head of Service Classification: Exempt


The Clinical Social Worker provides direct services to clients and families. These services may include: assessment of level of care needs, psychosocial evaluation, coordination with county social workers, placement staff and Child and Family Teams (CFTs), maintenance of case records including treatments plans and Medi-Cal documentation, and working as a member of a multidisciplinary team.


Job Duties

  • · Facilitate intake process for each client, including completion of the admission appraisal, preliminary treatment plan, assessment, transition plan

  • · Develop case plan in conjunction with county social workers, family and/or community based placement.

  • · Conduct a psychosocial assessment to determine additional client needs.

  • · Obtain, develop and record information necessary to complete the intake documents, case plan and assessment.

  • · Provide referrals and linkages for additional services as necessary.

  • · Coordinate and implement treatment and services for assigned clients.

  • · Work with CFT to determine course of action for follow-up services.

  • · Conduct individual, family and group therapy, in a trauma-informed manner.

  • · Coordinate visitation needs for clients.

  • · Attend and/or facilitate Child and Family Team meetings for youth.

  • · Attend external planning meetings for clients, including IEP meetings.

  • · Develop and maintain relationships with community members and providers.

  • · Participate in individual and/or group supervision.

  • · Assist children in working with a group and in handling individual problems

  • · Administration of treatment interventions and setting of limits for behavior

  • · Assistance with the provision of or access to core services and supports, daily activities and emotional and social supports as necessary.

  • · Remain in compliance with all agency training requirements, including the facility manager and Prudent-Parent Decision Making training.

  • · May be designated to apply the reasonable and prudent parent standard to decisions involving the participation of a child in age or developmentally appropriate activities after completion of the Prudent Parent Decision Making training.

  • · Assist clients with medication self- administration following medication management training

  • · Any other duties that may be necessary to ensure the health and safety of children in the facility



• Master’s degree from an accredited or state approved graduate school as defined by the Department of Education in social work or social welfare, marriage, family and child counseling, child psychology, child development, counseling psychology or social psychology.

• Completion of at least 3 semester units or 100 days of field practice or experience in a public or private social services agency at the Master’s degree level

• Completion of at least 9 semester units of coursework related to children and families, or 18 months experience working with children and families.

• Completion of at least 3 semester units in working with minority populations; six months of experience in working with minority populations; or six months of in-service training working with minority populations within the first year of employment as a condition of employment.

• Completion of at least 3 semester units in child welfare, or two years experience in a public or private child welfare social services setting.

• At least 21 years of age

• Clear TB test, health screening, criminal background check, and any other mandatory State or Federal licensing and certification requirements.

• Possess a valid driver license; Have access to a reliable and insured vehicle Have a clean DMV print out

no more than one point if under 25 years of age

no more than two points if over 25 years of age

• Current CPR and First Aid Certification

• Must complete criminal record review and a Child Abuse Center Index check in accordance with applicable law.

Company Description

The goal of The REFUGE is to provide a safe home that offers therapeutic care for our youth in placement in an effort to give them emotional and environmental support and leadership. Our “family-style” living programs serve foster youth in need of a higher level of care. All of The REFUGE programs provide 24-hour staff supervision and trauma informed care in a home-like environment. Each facility is a six-bed home where youth are enrolled in public schools, and participate in various community activities.

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Job Description

Job Title: Licensed Outpatient Therapist (Teletherapy Services)

Position Description: The outpatient therapist will provide culturally competent mental health services to individuals and families who are experiencing varying levels of difficulties due to life situations or mental health concerns.

Major Areas of Responsibility:

  • Provide high quality, compassionate and ethical outpatient mental health therapy to clients as scheduled.

  • Complete clinical documentation within 72 hours of date of service (recommended to be completed daily)

  • Actively participate as a positive member of the clinical environment.

  • Maintain good standing with the appropriate board and insurance entities.

  • Complete all recommended continuing education requirements

  • Stay current with updated research and best practices.

  • Be aware of community referral sources and refer when necessary.

  • Secure client information per HIPAA standards.

  • Maintain case files within electronic health record (EHR) that are up to date as described in the Job Expectations handout.

  • Perform other duties as assigned (including but not limited to completion of Social Security/Disability forms, authorization and billing forms, phone calls, and participating in case consultation meetings).

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of family systems and their impact on mental health within the family

  • Skill in applying varied interventions with individuals/families in crisis

  • Skill in working with a variety of cultures

  • Skill in working independently and implementing time management strategies

  • Ability to provide necessary self-care

  • Ability to demonstrate positive team interactions with other clinic staff

  • Awareness of personal strengths and appropriate timing for referrals

Education and Experience:

  • A masters or doctoral degree in a mental health-related field

  • Licensed within the State of California

  • Previous experience in mental health, office-based counseling and/or school-based counseling protocol, and/or knowledge of EHR are desirable but not required


This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the job and the general nature and level of work performed by professionals within this position but is not intended to be an exhaustive list of qualifications, skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position.

Company Description

Work from Home as a Licensed Clinical Therapist. Earn $32.00-$45.00 per hour. Take on as many clients as you like or as little as you like. No up front cost in Private Practice simply Apply get approved with our Group and get started right away. Office Space Available as Needed!!

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