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Title Clinicians- Housing Support Services(ASW/ AMFT)
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary $26.45/ hr +
Location Los Angeles
Job Information

Clinician will conduct psychotherapy with adult members that have severe and persistent mental illness in the office, in member’s homes or the field. The Clinician’s primary responsibilities are to engage members and to coordinate mental and recovery services that will ensure housing stability and community integration. This position is responsible for maintaining the highest quality provision of direct individual and group therapeutic and case management services while fostering teamwork among staff and across departments and programs.

M-F 8-4:30, although can provide some flexibility (i.e. as early as 7am, resulting in earlier end time)

-ASW, AMFT, APCC; knowledge or experience with DMH documentation; ability to time manage and self-schedule (i.e. meet 65% productivity requirement, set and maintain appointments with caseload of 15-20 clients)

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Title FSP Clinician
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary $26.45/ hr +
Location Santa Monica
Job Information

As part of Full Service Partnership (FSP) multi-disciplinary team, the Clinician will conduct psychotherapy with adult members that have severe and persistent mental illness in the office, in member’s homes or the field. The Clinician’s primary responsibilities are to engage members and to coordinate mental and recovery services that will ensure housing stability and community integration. This position is responsible for maintaining the highest quality provision of direct individual and group therapeutic and case management services while fostering teamwork among staff and across departments and programs.

M-F 8-4:30, although can provide some flexibility (i.e. as early as 7am, resulting in earlier end time)

-ASW, AMFT, APCC; knowledge or experience with DMH documentation; ability to time manage and self-schedule (i.e. meet 65% productivity requirement, set and maintain appointments with caseload of 10-15 clients)

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Title Case Manager
Position Type TEMP, TEMP TO PERMANENT, PERMANENT
Salary $20 – $25/ hr.
Location Santa Monica
Job Information

Coordinates the case plans for up to 10 pregnant and post-partum women ages 18+. Case coordination includes but is not limited to individual weekly meetings, collaborative care team meetings, referrals and resource linkages, managing client engagement in the residential program, and other support as needed.
Education and Experience
-BSW with 2+ years relevant experience
-2+ years post-graduate case management experience with a similar population in a relevant setting
-Experience working with diverse, high-risk populations
-Strong understanding of and experience with the complexity of poverty and women’s homelessness, mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, health issues, permanent supportive housing model and evidence-based practices
Full-time, 40 hours per week
8am – 4:00pm; Monday – Friday with availability to occasionally work nights and/or weekends as needed for crisis, emergency, and/or events

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Title Residential Life Coordinator- Part time
Position Type TEMP
Salary $18 – $20/ hour
Location Santa Monica
Job Information

The primary purpose of the Residential Life Coordinator is to create and maintain a supportive communal living environment among agency’s residents. The RLC assists the Case Manager and Program Director with coordination of the residential living environment (the home) to support resident program plans. The primary responsibility is to provide onsite supervision and assistance with daily activities in the following areas: chores, meals, policies, classes, curfew, and independent and community-living skills.

  • A B.A. in social welfare, social work, counseling, hospitality, and related fields preferred
  • At least 2 years experience in social service field (non-profits, government, missions, etc.)

Position Schedule:

Part Time 3pm-11pm, Saturday, Sunday, Monday

 

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Title Overnight Assistant
Position Type TEMP
Salary $15/ hr
Location Santa Monica
Job Information

The primary purpose of the Overnight Assistant is to provide coverage of the home overnight and support to the residents as needed. The Overnight Assistant is a member of the Residential Life team that aims to create and maintain a supportive communal living environment among Harvest Home’s residents. Because agency serves at-risk females and infants, only female applicants will be considered for this position.

 

Position Schedule:

11pm-7am*

3 nights weekly– Friday/Saturday/Sunday

*This is a sleeping shift with the exception of the job responsibilities

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Title Intake Coordinator – REMOTE
Position Type TEMP
Salary $23 – $25/ hr
Location Santa Barbara
Job Information

Temp for 3 – 6 months.  The Intake Coordinator, under general supervision, interviews, and screens prospective individuals over age 3 for services; makes referrals to private and public service agencies as appropriate; conducts social assessment; gathers information and arranges diagnostic evaluations needed to determine eligibility; ensures compliance with statutory requirements, including time requirements, through intake.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of developmental disabilities
  • Awareness of entitlement and benefit programs and of public benefit programs
  • BA with 2 years of applicable experience in mental health or social work, case management experience
  • Developmental Disabilities experience preferred

 

 

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Title Case Manager
Position Type TEMP
Salary $20- $21/ hr
Location Los Angeles
Job Information

FT, temp or temp to hire Case Manager needed. This is temp for a few months, this is FT, starts ASAP. Through the use of evidence-based practices such as harm reduction, housing first, and trauma-informed care, the Case Manager supports Clients’ housing stability, self-sufficiency, and community integration. The Case Manager partners with Clients who are currently homeless to assess and address barriers to housing placement. Once Clients locate best-fit housing, The Case Manager works to implement interventions with recently housed Clients to support housing retention and further coordinates multiple services to meet individualized needs. The Case Manager collaborates with Clients to learn independent living skills and other life-skills vital to successful transition from homelessness into permanent housing.
QUALIFICATIONS
1. Bachelor’s degree preferred; or a minimum two years’ experience working with homeless individuals, preferably those living with mental illness and/or substance addictions, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
2. Valid Driver’s license, reliable car, auto insurance, and an acceptable driving record.
3. Willing and able to transport Clients in your personal vehicle (only when safe and appropriate, not often due to COVID).
4. Demonstrated knowledge of case management.
5. Able to work in a high tolerance Harm Reduction model with Clients experiencing multiple barriers.

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Title Spanish speaking Service Coordinator
Position Type TEMP
Salary $25/ hour
Location Los Angeles
Job Information

Temporary Spanish speaking Service Coordinator needed in LA to work with developmentally delayed clients in a community based position. Due to COVID this position is hybrid- home/ office/ community visits. This position is full time, M – F basic business hours and is for about 3 – 4 months starting ASAP. $25/ hour + mileage reimbursement. Candidate must have BA degree, speak Spanish and have at least 1 solid year of case management experience with a high caseload of over 60 clients. Car is needed.

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Title LCSW
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary $75k – $85k
Location Anaheim
Job Information

Agency is a non-profit community clinic that serves Orange County, it is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic. We are currently in search of a mental health specialist with a passion for improving the health of our community. This LCSW will see 7 – 8 patients/ day.
· Provide diagnostic mental health assessment
· Crisis intervention and case management support to assigned clients
· Develop appropriate treatment plans, monitor treatment progress and follow-up as clinically indicated
· Provide clinical therapeutic services to clients, including individual and group therapy
· Provide crisis intervention as needed
· Facilitate the coordination of medication needs of clients with psychiatric, case management, and medical resources
· Work closely with consulting psychiatrist on challenging cases.
· Work to meet client needs effectively and resolve individual barriers through follow-up and collaboration with staff and other providers
· Maintain accurate and timely clinical documentation consistent with agency standards
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
 LCSW

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Title Clinical Supervisor
Salary $75k – $78k
Location Los Angeles
Job Information

We are hiring for multiple direct hire Clinical Supervisor positions. We have needs in LA (Echo Park, Koreatown and Downtown LA), South LA (Watts and Compton) and Long Beach. Agency serves children and families; early childhood, school age and TAY. The Clinical Supervisor ensures that services provided by assigned staff are in keeping with high standards and quality, and in full compliance with all relevant legal, ethical, licensing, contractual and agency standards and expectations. Responsible for timely and appropriate clinical and administrative supervision, training and guidance, for assigned staff, to support their success in providing and documenting client care services and meeting or exceeding agency expectations.

1. Manages quality and effectiveness of service delivery through regular supervision and monitoring of client care documentation including assessments, care plans, outcome measures and progress notes.
2. Ensures timely and high quality documentation of services by assigned staff in accordance with all agency and contractual requirements.
3. Supports assigned staff to provide services that are clinically appropriate, culturally respectful, in partnership with clients and their parents/caregivers.
4. Promotes highly integrated and effective care and adherence to agency values.
5. Maintains working relationships in the community to bring awareness and education to promote the agency’s services and provides consultation to representatives of other agencies by providing regular reports as needed.
6. Ensures confidentiality and maintenance of client records in compliance with HIPAA, Policies and Procedures and licensure regulations.
7. Maintains knowledge of program standards and policies as developed by the agency, licensing and other governing bodies; develops personal and professional knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the art practices; participating in in-service programs.
8. Provides direct services as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the direct reports.
• Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
• Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
• This job supervises up to 10 staff.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

3 years of managerial, supervisory experience

2 years post LCSW or MFT

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Title Clinical Supervisor
Salary $75k – $78k
Location Long Beach
Job Information

We are hiring for multiple direct hire Clinical Supervisor positions. We have needs in LA (Echo Park, Koreatown and Downtown LA), South LA (Watts and Compton) and Long Beach. Agency serves children and families; early childhood, school age and TAY. The Clinical Supervisor ensures that services provided by assigned staff are in keeping with high standards and quality, and in full compliance with all relevant legal, ethical, licensing, contractual and agency standards and expectations. Responsible for timely and appropriate clinical and administrative supervision, training and guidance, for assigned staff, to support their success in providing and documenting client care services and meeting or exceeding agency expectations.

1. Manages quality and effectiveness of service delivery through regular supervision and monitoring of client care documentation including assessments, care plans, outcome measures and progress notes.
2. Ensures timely and high quality documentation of services by assigned staff in accordance with all agency and contractual requirements.
3. Supports assigned staff to provide services that are clinically appropriate, culturally respectful, in partnership with clients and their parents/caregivers.
4. Promotes highly integrated and effective care and adherence to agency values.
5. Maintains working relationships in the community to bring awareness and education to promote the agency’s services and provides consultation to representatives of other agencies by providing regular reports as needed.
6. Ensures confidentiality and maintenance of client records in compliance with HIPAA, Policies and Procedures and licensure regulations.
7. Maintains knowledge of program standards and policies as developed by the agency, licensing and other governing bodies; develops personal and professional knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the art practices; participating in in-service programs.
8. Provides direct services as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the direct reports.
• Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
• Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
• This job supervises up to 10 staff.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

3 years of managerial, supervisory experience

2 years post LCSW or MFT

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Title Service Coordinator
Position Type TEMP TO PERMANENT
Salary $21 – $28/ hour
Location Santa Barbara
Job Information

This position is full time, M – F, basic business hours and is temp to hire for the right person. Position is hybrid- remote, community based and office.

The Service Coordinator/ Case Manager serves people with developmental disabilities providing case management services.

Specific Job Duties:

1. Support individuals we serve by maintaining regular contact and doing Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and Individual Program Plans (IPP).

2. Participate in Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) staffings and attend meetings in the community as needed including Individual Education Plan (IEP) and day program meetings.

3. Provide information and referral to generic services and resources in the community

4. Coordinate and secure services

Primary Job Functions:

1. Conduct strength-based assessments that communicate an understanding of the unique issues facing family members.

2. Involve individuals we serve and family in all aspects of person-centered planning and support activities.

3. Design, document, implement and monitor services and supports in a timely manner.

4. Facilitate planning team progress, identifying outcomes, needed services and supports.

5. Develop and maintain a network of vendors and community agencies.

6. Provide relevant information and training about developmental disabilities, services and resources.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

 Knowledge of developmental disabilities

 Awareness of entitlement and benefit programs and of public benefit programs

 Problem-solving ability

 Ability to make verbal and written presentations to groups

 Organizational and time management skills

 Ability to work independently and within a team

 Able to understand and adhere to applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures

Minimum Qualifications:

 Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in human services field or a related area, with 2 years of applicable experience in mental health or social work and 2 years of case management experience.

 1 year experience with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred.

 Valid California driver’s license and reliable, insured vehicle or equivalent means of transportation.

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Title Service Coordinator
Position Type TEMP TO PERMANENT
Salary $21- $26/ hour
Location San Luis Obispo
Job Information

This position is full time, M – F, basic business hours and is temp to hire for the right person. Position is hybrid- remote, community based and office.

The Service Coordinator/ Case Manager serves people with developmental disabilities providing case management services.

Specific Job Duties:

1. Support individuals we serve by maintaining regular contact and doing Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and Individual Program Plans (IPP).

2. Participate in Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) staffings and attend meetings in the community as needed including Individual Education Plan (IEP) and day program meetings.

3. Provide information and referral to generic services and resources in the community

4. Coordinate and secure services

Primary Job Functions:

1. Conduct strength-based assessments that communicate an understanding of the unique issues facing family members.

2. Involve individuals we serve and family in all aspects of person-centered planning and support activities.

3. Design, document, implement and monitor services and supports in a timely manner.

4. Facilitate planning team progress, identifying outcomes, needed services and supports.

5. Develop and maintain a network of vendors and community agencies.

6. Provide relevant information and training about developmental disabilities, services and resources.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

 Knowledge of developmental disabilities

 Awareness of entitlement and benefit programs and of public benefit programs

 Problem-solving ability

 Ability to make verbal and written presentations to groups

 Organizational and time management skills

 Ability to work independently and within a team

 Able to understand and adhere to applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures

Minimum Qualifications:

 Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in human services field or a related area, with 2 years of applicable experience in mental health or social work and 2 years of case management experience.

 1 year experience with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred.

 Valid California driver’s license and reliable, insured vehicle or equivalent means of transportation.

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Title Service Coordinator
Position Type TEMP TO PERMANENT
Salary $21 – $28/ hr
Location Santa Maria
Job Information

This position is full time, M – F, basic business hours and is temp to hire for the right person. Position is hybrid- remote, community based and office.

The Service Coordinator/ Case Manager serves people with developmental disabilities providing case management services.

Specific Job Duties:

1. Support individuals we serve by maintaining regular contact and doing Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and Individual Program Plans (IPP).

2. Participate in Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) staffings and attend meetings in the community as needed including Individual Education Plan (IEP) and day program meetings.

3. Provide information and referral to generic services and resources in the community

4. Coordinate and secure services

Primary Job Functions:

1. Conduct strength-based assessments that communicate an understanding of the unique issues facing family members.

2. Involve individuals we serve and family in all aspects of person-centered planning and support activities.

3. Design, document, implement and monitor services and supports in a timely manner.

4. Facilitate planning team progress, identifying outcomes, needed services and supports.

5. Develop and maintain a network of vendors and community agencies.

6. Provide relevant information and training about developmental disabilities, services and resources.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

 Knowledge of developmental disabilities

 Awareness of entitlement and benefit programs and of public benefit programs

 Problem-solving ability

 Ability to make verbal and written presentations to groups

 Organizational and time management skills

 Ability to work independently and within a team

 Able to understand and adhere to applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures

Minimum Qualifications:

 Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in human services field or a related area, with 2 years of applicable experience in mental health or social work and 2 years of case management experience.

 1 year experience with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred.

 Valid California driver’s license and reliable, insured vehicle or equivalent means of transportation.

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Title Facilitator
Position Type TEMP, TEMP TO PERMANENT
Salary $23 – $24.50/ hour
Location Long Beach
Job Information

This is temp or temp to hire, we have part time and full time available. Most needs are in Long Beach but we do have a need in Downtown LA.
WORKS IN PERSON. case planning, advocacy, outreach, and home visitation activities for children and families in collaboration with a team.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
1. Uses independent judgment and discretion to conduct regular home visits to determine client needs and provides training, guidance and support to families. Participates in and remains available to assist in crisis intervention and to provide support and assistance to staff in resolving problems.
2. Uses independent judgment and discretion to provide casework and support services to the families and children, including referral for individual and/or family therapy; arranges contacts, visits and referrals and coordinates with community services, pediatric and dental care, and other services as needed.
3. Ensures all client files are accurately and completely maintained.
4. Represents agency at DCFS, DMH and community meetings
5. Establishes and maintains rapport and effective working relationships with children and families and works effectively within agency and social work community at large.
6. Uses independent judgment and discretion to identify client’s needs and provide community referrals to client and others.
7. Advocates on behalf of the client with other agencies, government programs and similar to help them receive needed services.
8. Ensures accurate and timely completion of outcome and evaluation testing and reports required by the program.
9. Develops and maintains effective working relations with other agencies, schools, community organizations, placement centers and other resources to improve services for clients.
QUALIFICATIONS
• 2 years of case management experience.
• Masters degree
• Possesses a valid driver’s license and state-required auto insurance

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