Temporary Bilingual Clinician
Western Youth Services
23461 South Pointe Drive #220
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Bilingual ability in Spanish required. The clinician is responsible for delivery of clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment, planning, case management, consultation, crisis intervention and collateral treatment to WYS clients. The clinician must meet all regulatory and Agency requirements regarding the documentation of clinical services delivered within clinical care and resource coordination. Licensed preferred. Teamwork always required!
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Clinical Social Worker
Venice Family Clinic
604 Rose Ave
Venice, CA 90291
This Clinical Social Worker will assist in the development and service delivery of the substance use program at the Venice Family Clinic. This includes providing clinical interventions using short term treatment with individuals, families and groups, as well as crisis intervention and assessment at the Venice Family Clinic. Supervise graduate students and work independently with consultation as needed.
Residential Site Supervisor
Beach House Treatment
22601 Pacific Coast Hwy Suite 250
Malibu, CA 90265
Clinical supervise the operation of a high-end transitional living center that is connected to The Beach House outpatient program and luxury residential treatment centers. Provide guidance to clinical support staff and casemanagers. Work fully integrated with a nursing, medical and clinical team to aid clients in successful completion of long-term addiction treatment 1-24 months. Be able to address client issues on-site and in environment. Advancement into clinical role and therapist over time. Paid training in the advancement of certification,ASAM, EMDR, brainspotting, somatic work and DBT etc.
Resident Service Coordinator
MJ Housing and Services
11035 Magnolia Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91601
COME JOIN OUR TEAM!!! MJ HOUSING & SERVICES, INC. Russian Speaking/Writing Resident Service Coordinator Magnolia Towers is an affordable rental housing senior community in North Hollywood, CA. Managed and operated by CSI Support & Development Services, a resident/member controlled organization that utilizes a cooperative management system and engages its resident membership in decision-making at every level of its operations. The Resident Service Coordinator will provide service coordination, assessment, case management, advocacy and linkages to seniors and adult residents with disabilities living at Magnolia Towers Apartments. The Service Coordinator will establish linkages with agencies and service providers in the community who serve seniors and people with disabilities. The Service Coordinator will work and consult with the resident cooperative running the building and will provide education to the coop regarding the needs and appropriate service delivery to this population. RESPONSIBILITIES • Provide intake, assessment and referral services for seniors and adults with disabilities; • Provide ongoing case management for those individuals who need this service in order to link with and utilize existing community resources; • Establish and maintain linkages with service providers in the community; • Provide or coordinate educational sessions for residents about the resources available to them within the broader community; • Monitor the ongoing services that are delivered to residents by community providers to assure that they are appropriate and that the resident is progressing; • Develop and implement individual service plans for each resident who receives ongoing case management; • Maintain accurate, timely and confidential documentation on all clients served; • Organize monthly educational workshops and community events for residents; • Assist residents to develop informal support networks with family, friends and other residents; • Educate the resident cooperative about the needs and services available for seniors; • Develop and maintain an onsite resource guide of service providers available to the residents; • Serve as an advocate for residents to ensure that they receiving all services for which they are eligible; • Work collaboratively with the quality assurance staff to assure that program outcome measures are met; • Provide monthly input e.g., statistics, number of clients served, center activities/classes to the Quality Assurance Supervisor, for timely completion of written reports. • Attend monthly quality assurance treatment team meetings to ensure that program outcome measures are met; • OTHER SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS • This position requires BA/BS in gerontology, social work, or equivalent social service experience with a minimum of five to eight years of experience in social service delivery preferably with a focus on senior citizens and people with disabilities or an MSW with a minimum of two years experience. • Bilingual required (Russian) with excellent oral and written communication skills. • Working knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws and requirements related to elderly and disabled programs, as well as non-governmental networks related to geriatric services, e.g. homemakers, Meals-on-Wheels, disability counseling, and local Agencies on Aging. • Understanding of the physical, mental, and social changes associated with elderly and disabled populations, including cognitive impairments, medication/substance abuse, fraud/violent crime awareness and self-protection, and dealing with death and loss. • Demonstrated working knowledge of supportive services for senior citizens and adults with disabilities available in the local community. • Demonstrated ability to advocate, organize, problem-solve, and obtain results for seniors; • Computer literacy in Microsoft Office and case-management software. • Completion of 36 related classroom or seminar training hours prior to hire or within the first twelve months as Services Coordinator. • The candidate should be capable of clearing a national criminal background check, and has at least five years of acceptable work history. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you are interested in becoming part of the team, send letter of interest and resume via email to: email@example.com Address: North Hollywood, CA 91601
Case Manager IV
Los Angeles LGBT Center
1125 North McCadden Place
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Under the coordination of the Manager of Social Services and as part of the Seniors Services team, the Case Manager will develop individual case plans for LGBT seniors (50+) throughout Los Angeles County, perform assessments and provide referrals to in-house Center services, as well as external LGBT-friendly organizations and service providers. To ensure that LGBT seniors receive the highest quality of care, the Case Manager will assess and identify LGBT-friendly service providers, developing a resource and referral database of external agencies that will be printed and distributed both to LGBT seniors and community members. Essential functions will include, but are not limited to the following: Essential Functions • Provide intake and assessment of new clients; provide crisis counseling when necessary; • Develop case plans for clients to meet their immediate or urgent needs, as well as longer-term needs; provide support and guidance to clients in implementation of their case plans; • Provide clients with appropriate internal and external referrals and serve as an advocate for LGBT seniors with outside agencies; • Maintain complete and accurate files on all case management clients and document all services and referrals provided; • Prepare monthly reports in an accurate and timely fashion; • Network with community agencies and organizations in order to establish referral linkages; • Develop a comprehensive resource and referral database of internal and external resources that will be printed and distributed both to LGBT seniors and community members; • Attend and participate in department staff meetings, in-service trainings and other meetings as assigned; • Compile data and prepare reports as requested and conduct research relevant to the program; • Other duties as assigned
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command
1436 Pacific Road
Port Hueneme, CA 93043
1) Makes differential diagnoses using Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder (DSM) for a range of psychological disorders and psychological aspects of physical disorders. 2) Plans and performs treatment for a wide range of psychological disorders and psychological aspects of physical disorders. 3) Gives interpretations of evaluations to senior management for use in reaching decisions. 4) Collaborates with physicians and other medical professionals to develop and implement treatment and intervention programs. 5) Provides assessment, planning, treatment and referral and liaison services to client with difficult and complex problems.
Evolve Treatment Centers
Agoura Hills, CA
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Evolve Treatment Centers is hiring a licensed Primary Therapist. We provide cutting edge residential and outpatient treatment to adolescents struggling with addiction and mental illness. Our company is growing and we are looking for highly qualified and passionate mental health professionals to join our team. This position is located at our 6 bed adolescent residential treatment facility located at our beautiful house, complete with a pool, gym, and music studio in Agoura Hills, CA. The ideal candidate is passionate about working with teens and has strong communication, time management, and organizational skills. The ideal candidate is eager to continue learning and work as a member of a team and has the ability to stay calm during stressful situations, take initiative, and maintain appropriate boundaries. Responsibilities and Duties: Maintain a caseload of 3 clients (including individual and family sessions) Complete all necessary documentation on time in EMR Facilitate weekly therapy groups, including Process Groups and DBT Groups Attend weekly Treatment Team meetings and present cases to clinical team Complete Biopsychosocials upon admission Coordinate after-care with parents and Discharge Coordinator Qualifications and Skills: Licensed as a LMFT or LCSW in California(or proof of passing Law and Ethics and Clinical Exams and waiting for a number from BBS) 2+ years working with adolescents and/or addiction Experience with DBT or a willingness to learn Availability to work evenings and some weekends Reliable transportation Benefits: Position is full-time, Monday-Friday, hours flexible. Exempt, salary position; rate based on experience. Benefits available (PTO, sick time, health care with employer contribution).
Clinician I and II
Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services
100 West Walnut Street, Suite 375
Pasadena, CA 91124
MISSION: Cultivating hope and resilience to enrich the well-being of children, adults, families and communities. HATHAWAY-SYCAMORES CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES is a leader in the mental health service industry and one of the largest providers of mental health services to children and families in Southern California. We provide an array of services for families and children in need and are looking for qualified Clinicians to join our team. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: The role of the Clinician is to provide clinical services to youth/young adults and families through assessment, planning, and implementation of mental health services based on the needs of the youth/young adult and family and the guiding principles of the agency’s philosophy of strength based, family focused, needs driven and culturally competent. Seeking Clinicians eager to learn different treatment modalities, creative, and thinks out of the box. Clinicians will provide high quality counseling for children and their families. Clinician will have the opportunity to work as a member of a multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive services. New Competitive Rates! CLINICIAN I – Minimum Qualifications Masters’ Degree in related field from an accredited or state approved program required Registered MFT, MSW or Psy. D/Ph. D Intern in the State of California with the Board of Behavioral Sciences Experience in providing mental health treatment to children and adolescents preferred Clinician II – Minimum Qualifications Licensed in the State of California as LCSW, LMFT, or Psy. D/Ph.D. required Must be registered with the State of California with the Board of Behavioral Sciences and in good standing An ideal candidate will be one who: Engages well with an ethnically and culturally diverse population of children of different ages and their caregivers. Very well-organized, detail oriented and skilled with time/task management able to adapt to frequent changes, particularly with documentation requirements and practice models. Family focused, strength-based approach to treatment. Collaborative and able to work within a treatment team, including family members, professionals, paraprofessionals and community supports. Strong computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word and web-based Electronic Health Record Systems or similar database systems. Fluent in Spanish is highly desired. Experience completing DMH documentation is highly preferred but not required. Must have a flexible work schedule to meet the needs of clients and program. Clinical Perks: New Competitive Rates Spanish Language Bilingual Differential ($2,500) Clinical Sign-On Bonuses. Travel reimbursement at IRS rate Individual and group supervision hours provided towards licensure Paid 40 hours off to study for licensing Exam Reimbursement for up to $500 for prep study materials Evidence-Based Practice training opportunities (e.g. MAP, TF-CBT, Seeking Safety) Additional bonuses for Approved Evidence Based Practices (EBP) certifications Free on-site CEUs Reimbursement for licensure registration and renewal fees on an annual basis Cell phone stipend if required for job Great career growth *The agency is licensed by the Department of Children and Family Services, certified by the Department of Mental Health and accredited through The Joint Commission EOE We consider applicants for positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, the presence of job-impairing medical condition or handicap, or any other legally protected status.
Coastal Behavioral Health
4695 MacArthur Court Suite 1100
Newport Beach, CA 92660
CBH Behavioral Health is looking for an enthusiastic candidate to fill a position as a Therapist/Case Manager. It is a part-time position (will start at 5 hours/week and build from there). It will be paid a competitive hourly rate as well as granted professional licensure hours. The position will involve providing individual therapy/family therapy, case coordination, and working extended Case Manager appointments (1-3 hours) with patients in various settings (eg office, home or school) in order to help improve daily functionality and take the goals identified by their treatment team and actually implement them in the patient's daily life. The applicant will need excellent therapy as well as communication skills because they will be interfacing with patients, families, and numerous clinicians on the treatment team. CBH is a multi-disciplinary private practice offering specialized treatment for a variety of psychiatric conditions. It is very unique in that it combines excellent traditional care (e.g. psychiatric, therapy, neurocognitive testing) along with state-of-the-art emerging technologies. The position is a unique opportunity to rapidly gain an unusually high number of hours for licensure, work with specialists from many different disciplines, and participate in new technologies which many believe may represent the future of mental health treatment. We are looking to fill the position ASAP. Please e-mail CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org More information about CBH can be found online at: http://cbhnewport.com/
Director of Interim Housing -Family CES
LA Family Housing
7817 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
The Director of Interim Housing is responsible for the oversight, direction, training and supervision of LAFH crisis housing for families. Duties include but are not limited to social services staffing oversight, providing case management and support services supervision, resolving operational issues, contract management including compliance reporting, maintaining and increasing collaborative partner relations, and community engagement and promotion. SPECIFIC DUTIES Provide overall direction and oversight of all interim housing programmatic components, including: Compliance with the goals for permanent housing placement and income increase – implement corrective action as needed to ensure goal attainment and submit complete and accurate reports as required. Develop standards and expectations for families utilizing crisis housing. Assist with fiscal contract management – development of crisis housing program budgets and ensures submission of any needed documentation for cash requests. Coordinate quality assurance reviews to ensure effective program operation, including file and facility inspections. Select, supervise, evaluate and report on the professional development and job performance of all personnel responsible for the provision of supportive services and client programs. Oversee the development, enhancement, and delivery of all crisis housing supportive services and programs. Lead and supervise launch of new LAFH crisis housing locations including hiring staffing, managing operation budget, maintenance oversight, family placements, protocol and guidelines etc. Identify and develop areas of improvement of staff, procedures, policies and building functions of Interim Housing. Collaborate/participate in grant preparation/presentation and fund raising efforts to support crisis housing program operations. Develop new relationships with area motels and service providers to build crisis housing stock. Communicate with others FSC’s to identify available beds in case of emergency. Manage and maintain relationships with crisis housing partners including, but not limited to, Hope of the Valley, Ascensia, San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission, Family Promise, Hope Gardens and area motels. Coordinate with LAFH Volunteer Services Program to ensure optimal utilization of volunteer and donation resources in the effective crisis housing operation. Coordinate with and oversee the LAFH Maintenance Department to ensure effective and efficient upkeep of the physical facilities. Provide oversight to and maintain positive relations with the neighborhood surrounding crisis housing programs – including both residential and community business neighbors. Responsible for establishing departmental policies and procedures and department . LAFH Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Voluntary Life, 403B Retirement Plan, 529 Education Savings Plan, Long Term Disability, Employee Assistance Program, AFLAC Policies, AFLAC FSAs, Legal Policy, Employee Appreciation Program, Company Sponsored Employee Outings,9/80 Alternative Work Schedule, Paid Sick, Vacation and 11 Observed Holidays. Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: EEO: LAFH is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for applicants and employees. FAIR CHANCE INITIATIVE: LAFH is in compliance with the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring and will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories. PHYSICAL ACCOMODATIONS: All candidates must be able to perform the physical demands of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. For a list of physical demands, please refer to the full job description.