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Mental Health Therapist

South Asian Network

18173 Pioneer Blvd · Suite I
Artesia, CA 90701
United States

Job Description

http://southasiannetwork.org/2018/01/10/open-position-mental-health-therapist-3/

 

About the Mental Health Therapist role

Type: Full Time, Non-Exempt
Salary/Wages: DOE

The Mental Health Therapist provides free or low-cost critical culturally and linguistically specific support to individuals within the South Asian community in Southern California that they cannot find elsewhere. They They also conduct regular outreach in the community, such as in faith-based locations and college campuses, to build awareness about mental health and reduce stigma. While housed in Community Health Unit, the Therapist works across program areas, and is an important and growing role at the South Asian Network. The Mental Health Therapist will report to the Clinical Supervisor and the Deputy Director.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Conduct intakes, screenings and assessments of community members seeking services in relation to mental health;
  • Provide case management, counseling, and support to community members seeking services;
  • Maintain proper client files, statistics and intake forms including biopsychosocial assessments, individual case plans and/or reports; ensure all files are complete and up-to-date;
  • Assist staff in managing SAN’s client calls and walk-ins;
  • Conduct outreach and education about mental health services in community and faith-based settings, on campuses and in South Asian cultural spaces;
  • Develop and disseminate culturally and linguistically appropriate communication material for the South Asian American community;
  • Represent SAN in community based settings, coalition meetings, conferences etc.;
  • Work with staff across SAN’s units to plan and conduct activities such as workshops, presentations and outreach events at community festivals, religious spaces and schools and colleges;
  • Complete required case paperwork and case notes per SAN ethical and legal protocols;
  • Adhere to legal and ethical values set forth by BBS;
  • Assist with other duties as needed.

Physical Requirements:

  • In an eight-hour workday, the employee must be able to bend and crouch occasionally, sit continuously and stand or walk frequently.

Required Qualifications

  • Masters in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Psychology or other related degree;
  • Demonstrated understanding of the effects of poverty, disabilities, cultural differences and specialized training in trauma-focused counselling modalities;
  • Registration with BBS;
  • Knowledge of issues related to immigrants and community resources;
  • Active listening, peer counseling, and facilitation skills;
  • Ability to handle crisis situations;
  • Ability to facilitate support groups and/or workshops;
  • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks efficiently;
  • High self-awareness and willingness to seek support around self-care;
  • Ability to work with diverse cultures, community, and professional groups;
  • Ability to complete timely, confidential, and ethically appropriate documentation;
  • Comfort and competence in working independently as well as part of a team;
  • Excellent communication and time management skills;
  • Ability to work flexible hours (including some weekends);
  • Valid California driver’s license, insurance, and automobile that may be used during working hours;
  • Bilingual skills (English + South Asian language);
  • Ability to support the mission and philosophy of the South Asian Network;
  • Professional conduct and ability to abide by NASW and HIPAA rules.

Desirable Qualifications

Previous experience providing therapy to the South Asian community strongly preferred, but not required.

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Awake Overnight Psychiatric Clinician: Triage and Stabilize Youth

Seneca Family of Agencies

2050 Fairmont Drive
San Leandro, CA 94578
United States

Job Description

The Awake Overnight Psychiatric Clinician provides direct services to clients and families in crisis in conjunction with Psychiatric Health Facility triage staff at Willow Rock Center. This 23-hour Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) serves adolescents from Alameda County who are in need of acute/crisis mental health services and can benefit from a structured, safe environment. This is a short-term program for adolescents, providing ongoing assessment and crisis stabilization with the goal of discharge to the community or transfer to an acute inpatient psychiatric facility in less than 24 hours. The Crisis Stabilization Unit staff and inpatient staff provide a safe and nurturing environment as they assist youth in regaining the stability necessary to safely return home or to a community-based placement. The Psychiatric Clinician position works as a part of a multidisciplinary team comprised of nurses, psychiatrists and counselors. This is an excellent position for gaining experience in the field of medical social work! RESPONSIBILITIES: - Work with triage staff to assess the need for psychiatric hospitalization. - Conduct psychosocial evaluation to determine additional client needs. - Develop case plan in conjunction with county social workers, family and/or community based placement. - Provide referrals and linkages for additional services as necessary. - Coordinate and implement treatment and services for assigned clients. - Work with treatment team to determine course of action for follow-up services. - Develop and maintain relationships with community members and providers. - Chart mental health notes, treatment plans, outcome measures, incident reports, and other documentation as necessary. - Intervene with the clients’ behavior management programs as needed. This includes physical management of the clients (implementation of Seneca’s Ahimsa Model Training) as necessary. - Provide assistance in case planning and consultation to team members on clinical and casework issues. SCHEDULE: - Wednesday - Friday, 7pm - 7:30am - Monday 24 hour on-call BENEFITS: - Competitive salary - Comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and chiropractic coverage and partially paid premiums for dependents - 5 weeks of Paid Time Off - 403b retirement plan - Employer-paid Employee Assistance program - Excellent clinical training, individual and group supervision, and assistance towards licensure - Yearly stipend for additional training

How to Apply
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Mental Health Crisis Response Clinician for Youth

Seneca Family of Agencies

2351 Olivera Road
Concord, CA 94520
United States

Job Description

Clinicians on Seneca’s Mobile Response Team provide in-person and phone crisis counseling and stabilization for youth, and assess the need for hospitalization. They also work with youth and caregivers to develop a safety plan to limit current and future crises, and collaborate with any existing treatment team members. In addition, clinicians link the youth to further mental health services if needed, such as Wraparound, psychotherapy, support groups, and other community services. Responsibilities: - Serve as the clinical lead and work with the treatment team to provide crisis intervention and other mental health services as needed at Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES), in client homes, and in the community. - Provide counseling, therapy, and case management services to ensure the successful transition of clients and their families to community based resources. - Provide on-call coverage to the clients as needed. - Participate in all treatment reviews, program staff meetings, and IEP meetings when necessary. - Complete progress notes and other documentation - Assist with planning for transportation arrangements for school, therapy appointments, and court hearings. Schedule: - Full Time: 9am -9pm Monday-Wednesday or Wednesday-Friday - One weekend every 4 weeks Benefits: - Competitive salary, with an additional salary increase for bilingual (English/Spanish) abilities - Comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and chiropractic coverage, partially paid premiums for dependents, 5 weeks of Paid Time Off, 403b retirement plan, and employer-paid Employee Assistance program - Excellent clinical training, individual and group supervision, and assistance towards licensure - Yearly stipend for additional training

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Bilingual Child and Family Clinician

Seneca Family of Agencies

2408 24th St
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States

Job Description

The Bilingual (Spanish/English) Child and Family Clinician leads a multi-disciplinary team in supporting children who are referred through social service, probation or mental health departments. The primary goal of our program is to provide children and families with services that will ensure safety, stability, and permanency. Seneca’s clinical practice model integrates attachment theory to build healthy relationships, learning theory to replace negative behaviors with positive ones, and systems theory to address environmental factors. “My program stands out because of the amazing amount of expertise and generosity of all of my coworkers. My clients are some of the most inspiring and resilient humans, and their small progresses, as well as my privilege at being a small part of their lives, make it all worth it.” - Seneca Employee, Child and Family Clinician Responsibilities: - Serve as the clinical lead and work with the treatment team to provide case management and other mental health services as needed in client homes, in schools, in juvenile probation placement and in the community - Provide non-traditional counseling, therapy, and case management services to ensure the successful transition of clients and their families to community based resources - Cultivate and maintain relationships with community members and providers - Presentations to community partners as it relates to assigned youth’s treatment progress - Facilitate treatment team meetings which can include youth, family members, community members, Probation Officers and/or Child Welfare Workers - Participate in all treatment reviews, program staff meetings, and IEP meetings when necessary - Assist with planning for transportation arrangements for school, therapy appointments, and court hearings - Maintain timely and accurate clinical documentation and agency-assigned paperwork Schedule: - Monday- Friday - Flexible schedule required, with the ability to work some evening and weekend hours as needed - Participate in On-Call Crisis Response 24 hour shifts on a rotating basis Benefits: - Competitive salary, with an additional salary increase for bilingual (English/Spanish) abilities - Comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and chiropractic coverage, partially paid premiums for dependents, 5 weeks of - Paid Time Off, 403b retirement plan, and employer-paid Employee Assistance program - Excellent clinical training, individual and group supervision, and assistance towards licensure - Yearly stipend for additional training - Scholarships, ongoing training, and professional development opportunities!

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Service Coordinator II

Step Up

1328 2nd Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
United States

Job Description

Adult Intensive Services Programs provide services on several levels; AOT and FSP (Intensive), Adult RRR (High to Moderate) field based services and TRP (Low level clinic and field based) models of care. The Service Coordinator II provides both agency and field based therapy, rehabilitation, linkage, and case management services for Adults experiencing psychiatric disabilities and possibly homelessness and co-occurring substance disorders, to assist them in improving or maintaining their current level of functioning in the community. AOT/FSP/RRR/TRP staff work as a team to provide services to all members on the census with “whatever it takes and is appropriate” including adequate outreach and engagement services prior to enrollment to ensure services will be successful. Step Up is a Department of Mental Health with MHSA funded programs and follows those guidelines for enrollment and service provision. Step Up embraces Wellness, Rehabilitation and Recovery, Housing First and Motivational Interviewing. Primary duties include, but are not limited to the following: • Provides clinical therapeutic and case management services for adults with psychiatric disabilities to assist them in improving their current level of functioning in the community. • Outreach and engage to potential members to evaluate for appropriateness and desire for services in jails, hospitals or street settings. • Completes comprehensive initial and ongoing assessments for diagnosis and evaluation of level of functioning, support network, adequacy of living arrangements, financial status, physical health, level of self-care. • Assist clients in identifying needs, setting goals, establishing concrete objectives and developing a Coordinated Care Plan with a set timeframe from enrollment and annually. • Ensure member has applied for benefits and health insurance such as GR, SSI, SSDI, MediCAL or Medicare. Complete or assist in that process. • Ensure access to local resources, including psychiatric and medical care, housing, rehabilitation programs, drug/alcohol services, socialization activities, providing transportation and accompanying the client when necessary. Communicate regularly with other treatment providers. • Actively outreach clients on caseload who have not been in contact and ensure engagement in services in their home, transitional housing placement or on the streets. • Provide needed therapeutic interventions: individual, group and crisis, to address symptoms as defined in the assessment and to improve level of functioning or develop insight to reduce defined distress or stressors. • May refer to or conduct support groups and teach classes on topics such as money management, vocational or job coaching, and life skills training. • Complete all DMH chart paperwork and maintain documentation according to MediCAL standards of practice in Electronic Health Record – Welligent within proscribed timeframes as outlined in SUOS documentation policy. • Meet weekly, monthly and quarterly billing quota as presented by Director of Westside Programs • As time allows or as requested, assist in the daily operations of the program or Member Services center. • Attend daily staff meetings, supervision and trainings as requested. • Work cooperatively with other Service Coordinators including sharing responsibility for 24 hour on-call coverage. • Other duties as assigned.

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Legal Advocacy Intern

Human Options

1901 Newport Boulevard
Suite 240
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
United States

Job Description

Intern Title: Legal Advocacy Intern Department: Center for Children and Families Reports To: Legal Advocacy Supervisor The following is a summary of the essential functions of the internship. The intern may perform other duties, both essential and non-essential, that are not mentioned below and specific responsibilities may vary. Summary: Human Options, a non-profit organization in Orange County has served victims of domestic violence for over 36 years. Our services include Residential Programs-emergency and transitional housing, community-based services with a clinic in Costa Mesa and participation in five local family resource centers in Central and South Orange County, and Community Education and Prevention services. All students will receive 40 hours of state-certified domestic violence training. All supervision is provided by a JD. Please note that this internship will not involve direct representation, nor will interns be providing legal advice to their clients. The Legal Advocacy Intern conducts assessments with domestic violence clients to identify legal issues, options, and goals and provides education, referrals, and resources to support client’s safety planning needs. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •Assess level and history of violence experienced and aid in the development of a safety plan for victims and their children. •Provide information to victims of domestic violence about the laws, resources, and services available. •Develop and maintain relationships with and knowledge of Orange County’s domestic violence service providers and resources, and give appropriate referrals to clients. •Maintain information on domestic violence laws regarding individual rights and protections under California State Law i.e. protective orders, restraining orders etc. •Coordinate Victim Support Services provided by law enforcement, prosecution, and the courts. •Conduct outreach to community partners to improve the community’s response to domestic violence. •Coordinate legal clinics where appropriate. •Attend court with clients to provide emotional support as appropriate. •Document all interactions with clients and follow up with appropriate documentation in files- accurately and within agency deadline requirements. •Work evenings and weekends, as needed, including at least one regular weekly evening shifts. •Act as a community ambassador for Human Options and domestic violence awareness •Other duties as assigned •Abide by professional confidentiality guidelines of the organization.

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Clinical Supervisor

Peace Over Violence

892 N. Fair Oaks Avenue #D
Pasadena, CA 91103
United States

Job Description

The Clinical Supervisor (CS) works as an integral part of Peace Over Violence’s Intervention Division and ensures the integration of Counseling Services into the various aspects of Intervention programs. The CS assists the Director of Clinical Services (DCS) in the overall functioning, coordination, and development of the Counseling Services Department, which works with survivors of sexual assault domestic violence and trauma. The Clinical Supervisor provides individual and group clinical supervision to Counseling Services personnel including paraprofessionals and professional staff, consultants, volunteers, and MSW interns and/or MFT trainees in our Pasadena office. The Clinical Supervisor will also assist with the oversight of POV’s CalWorks Program. The Clinical Supervisor will report directly to the Director of Clinical Services (DCS) and work closely with management team. Duties: Client Services • Review Counseling Intakes, assign counselors and track client distribution • Complete forms required for client files • Assists the Director of Clinical Services to address requests for records, support letters for clients, verification of counseling and Subpoenas for Pasadena office • Review and monitor counseling files and progress reports • Conduct process groups and psycho-educational groups for clients • Provide individual and group counseling to client population as needed • Make treatment and social service referrals to appropriate agencies that support client goals • Create, maintain, and submit accurate records and documents in a timely manner • Maintain current knowledge of assessment and treatment techniques, criminal justice systems, and community resources using in-service training, seminars, workshops, and publications Supervision/Administration: • Provide clinical supervision to paraprofessionals (peer-counselors) and professional counseling staff, interns, consultants and volunteers and complete performance evaluations • Provide supervision for CALWorks Case manager and program staff • Review and approve program reports to funders • Conduct counselor group supervision on a monthly basis • Interface with Peace Over Violence’s Prevention and Intervention departments, SART/DART and Crisis line staff to ensure program cohesion at all sites and coordinate services to clients. • Assists the DCS to develop counseling services forms and tracking systems • Assist in the training of counseling staff, volunteers and interns/trainees • Assist the DCS to develop Counseling Services policies, procedures, and protocols • Prepares monthly and quarterly reports as needed • Provide professional development trainings agency-wide • Manage concerns relating to coverage, productivity, client service skills, workload expectations. • Provide administrative support, supervision and consultation to support and broaden staff skill levels. • Provide crisis support to therapist and clients as needed • Provide weekly clinical supervision to pre-or un-licensed MSW and MFT clinicians • Function as a Field Instructor and/or supervisor for the interns/trainees in the Pasadena office. • Complete paperwork as required by the Universities/Colleges and professional Boards such as the Board of Behavioral Sciences Program Management: • Provide management for daily operations of the clinical department and CALWORKS program in Pasadena site. • Work with the DCS and CPO to develop policies and procedures to ensure quality services for clients and accountability for staff. • Provide ongoing assessment and evaluation of the clinical and Calworks program to ensure that client needs, agency standards and funding requirements are met • Maintain documentation, client files, and statistics as required by agency policies and funding sources • Manage client and outcomes tracking in client database • Use outcome data to manage staff and program performance • Monitor trends and make informed decisions regarding service provisions • Maintain a working relationship with outside agencies • Coordinate meetings with other mental health provider programs • Assist with community presentations, as applicable

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Quality Improvement and Training Supervisor

California Mentor

Los Angeles County
Los Angeles, CA 90008
United States

Job Description

One of the major functions of this position will be to assure that quality review and quality indicators have a direct relationship to California MENTOR’s Family Support Services core values, to the standards of best practice that exist within the community, and to the documentation requirements of our funding sources. This position is responsible for the Quality Improvement (QI), Quality Assurance (QA), Utilization Review (UR), and implementation of documentation training. Description Essential Job Functions To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential function listed below. Integrates Agency core values into clinical program/documentation reviews. Develops documentation training sessions for all programs, regarding Quality Improvement and Compliance (QIC) procedures, requirements, clinical documentation and related treatment issues. Working with the Area Director, Area Trainer, and Program Directors to develop policies, procedures, and systems to assist in the monitoring of program documents, assuring auditable client files. Trains/orients new and existing program staff on the clinical documentation requirements and best practice standards. Provides follow up training sessions and creates training materials as requested/required. Attends external Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH) and related meetings as assigned. Disseminates relevant information from meetings to ensure FSS’s staff have continued compliance with DMH and other state and federal regulations. Evaluates various ways in which policy may be implemented to ensure compliance with new regulations within internal programs. Represents California MENTOR in external program reviews and Department of Mental Health (DMH), Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), and Family Centered Treatment Foundation (FCTF) audits. Travels across program offices in various SPAs in LA County to complete chart reviews. Implements and oversees data collection, including compliance concerning the collection of surveys and accuracy of compilation, preparation of consumer demographics, and producing summary reports on results. Administers DMH/DCFS outcome projects as needed. Attends and/or leads internal agency QIC monthly meetings as needed. Participates in the development of QIC policy and procedures as needed. Formulates appropriate plan with assigned Program Directors for site/program documentation reviews and debriefing process. Uses independent judgment in regularly evaluating program documentation to assist divisional managers, supervisors and staff, with on-going training needs. Attends and participates in staff meetings to provide recommendations regarding the implement of appropriate program development and staff training. Assists all programs with crisis management when necessary. Responsible for reporting to work on time and maintaining reliable attendance in accordance with Agency policy. Communicates effectively in a culturally competent and diverse consumer population and promotes favorable interaction with managers, co-workers and others. Performs other duties as assigned.

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Housing Stabilizer - Clinical Case Manager

LA Family Housing

7817 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
United States

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Housing Stabilization Coordinator III DEPARTMENT: Programs / Social Services LOCATION: North Hollywood SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for providing assistance and support to formerly homeless individuals/families who are newly housed through the Rapid Re-Housing for Families Program. A focus on clinical case management related to the the following areas will be key to this role: housing sustainability, increasing income, accessing housing assistance programs (e.g. utility arrears programs, eviction prevention resources), and linkage to housing retention resources in the community. Responsible for the development and implementation of a housing retention plan for each program participant and assess for rental assistance provision. Identify potential housing barriers and interventions to address such barriers, and provide ongoing clinical support where needed. SPECIFIC DUTIES: 1.Create a Housing Retention Plan with tenants enrolled in RRH to evaluate rental assistance needs, and service/support needs. Coordinate retention plan with other support persons that tenants may be linked to and ensure tenants have the necessary items to retain permanent housing beyond the rental assistance period (e.g. employment support, resources for food, assistance with landlord/tenant mediation if needed, etc.). 2. Provide case management by facilitating access to services required to foster housing sustainability (employment, credit repair, legal aid, money management, tenant rights and responsibilities, mental health, benefits enrollment, etc.). Provide assistance (one-on-one and group settings) to tenants in the area of increasing skills of independent living such as paying bills, household management, personal care, cooking and nutrition. 3. Provide crisis intervention as needed, if tenant is at imminent risk of returning to homelessness. 4. Provide advocacy as needed to help address issues and barriers between landlord and client; assist with referrals to Fair Housing. 5. Conduct regular home visits and accompany tenants to appointments related to their housing retention as needed (court appearances, benefit hearings, etc.).Report issues and concerns to Housing Stabilization Manager immediately to ensure the most successful outcome possible. 6. Work closely with other LAFH departments (i.e. RRH Housing Coordination and Employment Department) to address needs and issues from a strengths-based perspective; participate in case conferences, tenant meetings, staff meetings, and community meetings as required. 7.Keep up-to-date, accurate, well-written/well-documented case notes in HMIS that correspond to services provided to each tenant; complete all documentation and paperwork within the mandated time frames. Conduct quarterly assessments to determine ongoing service needs and level of progress or regression. If determined that longer care is required, make necessary program referrals (e.g. Section 8, Shelter-Plus Care). Ensure families and individuals are taking the necessary steps to assume full liability of their permanent housing. This requires follow through, patience and persistence. Must be comfortable working in a harm reduction, housing first setting

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Director of Housing Stabilization

LA Family Housing

7817 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
United States

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Director of Housing Stabilization LOCATION: North Hollywood CA SUMMARY OF CORE VALUES LA Family Housing (LAFH) helps people transition out of homelessness and poverty by providing a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services. Our model is based on an individualized approach to meet each program participant's unique needs.This model connects participants to permanent housing and helps them achieve long-term housing stability through a full continuum of services. Through our outreach & assessment process, LAFH connects participants with housing placement combined with supportive services to help thousands of people transition out of homelessness and retain long-term housing stability. We increase our impact through community partnerships and real estate development, supported by financial sustainability. We base all of our work on four core values : DIGNITY , PERSERVERENCE , COLLABORATION , and LEADERSHIP . Everything we do is connected to one or more of the four values and is reflected in the job duties of each staff position. SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES The Director of Housing Stabilization is responsible for the oversight, development, direction, training and supervision of LAFH and SPA 2 Coordinated Entry System RRH Housing Stabilization Team serving families being placed in and living in permanent housing settings. Duties include but are not limited to staffing and staff management, contract compliance, provider relations, program effectiveness, budget management, evaluation and reporting. SPECIFIC DUTIES Provide overall direction and oversight of assigned permanent housing program components, including accurate, up-to-date data collection, quality assurance and contract management, including but not limited to: Develop and monitor program goals, objectives and performance, making necessary adjustments in a timely manner in order to improve outcomes including housing sustainability. Ensure program/contract compliance as per guidelines and requirements mandated by funding agency; and all local, state, and federal guidelines/requirements. Conduct regularly scheduled program evaluations, including file reviews (physical case files and HMIS electronic files), outcomes and inspections of participants properties to ensure consistent, effective management and maintenance of each Assist with client issues as needed (i.e. conflict and complaint resolution). 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, to include: development, identification and provision of staff training as needed; encourage and motivate staff to effectively perform job duties; assess individual performance and take steps to address deficiencies and recognize achievement. Oversee the development, enhancement, delivery and modifications (as needed) of all supportive services and client-centered programs. Serve as agency representative at professional and community meetings such as task force, working/planning groups, coalitions, etc., and attend various regular agency, county, and community meetings as directed by senior management. Coordinate with other LAFH programs and community partners to ensure consistent and accurate dissemination of information, provision of services and adherence to program requirements. Coordinate with LAFH Volunteer Service Program to ensure optimal utilization of volunteer and donation resources in the effective operation of permanent supportive housing sites. Coordinate with Quality Assurance Manager and the Director of Data Management to facilitate and ensure accurate, up-to-date data collection in addition to timely program report preparation and submission. Responsible for the oversight and management of MSW interns placed at LAFH as part of their educational requirement. This includes coordinating with the Field Placement Supervisors to ensure timely progress reports and evaluations are submitted. ACCOUNTABILITY AND REVIEW Position reports to: Sr. Director of Housing Stabilization - Rapid Rehousing Programs Performance review: Annual DIRECT REPORTS Number of employees receiving work direction: 9 FTE and 1-2 MSW intern Position titles reporting to position: Housing Stabilization Mgr. (1) - Direct Report Housing Stabilization Coordinator (7) Housing Stabilization Transition Coordinator (1) MSW intern (1-2)

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