Position: Community Social Worker
We strive to disrupt the cycle of poverty by changing the first 1,000 days of a child’s life through early, intensive two generation (Parent-baby dyad) programming. We believe in working with the whole family system and in the enormous power of creating community. We are a faith-based organization that welcomes and serves families of any and all faiths.
We are looking for a full-time social worker with an entrepreneurial and problem-solving mindset and a passion to serve immigrant communities and families with young children ( 0-3yrs)
Conduct comprehensive client intakes
Provide trauma informed supportive counseling and person centered case management
Work one on one with families to implement a family strengthening, early childhood developmental curriculum. (Growing Great Kids)
Co-facilitate a curriculum based parent- child developmental group
Assist in developing and planning additional parent/baby programming
Track required data and metrics
Provide all client services in Spanish
Masters Degree in Social Work required
Dual degree in Social Work and Early Childhood development preferred
Fluency in speaking, reading and writing Spanish required.
Knowledge of child development and early literacy
Prior experience working with child/families in early childhood program
Prior group facilitation experience required
Experience with evidence based parenting programs
Excellent writing skills
A stipend for professional development is provided.
Opportunity to obtain SIFI Certification.
If interested, submit a cover letter and resume to Gisselle Pardo LCSW email@example.com
*Due to COVID19 services will be provided both in person and remotely. El Nido is following CDC and state health guidelines to ensure safety of staff and families by providing hybrid services.
We are seeking a Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) for our Bronx, NY location, who will provide alcoholism and substance abuse counseling services in approved work settings. The CASAC provides comprehensive assessment services to clients who may have substance abuse barriers to employment by applying clinical judgment to determine appropriate treatment needs and levels of care. This includes performing diagnostic assessment, evaluation, intervention, referral and alcoholism and/or substance abuse counseling in both individual and group settings.
Position: Bilingual-Spanish CASAC (BRONX, Ny)
Develops and conducts group individual and family counseling on a scheduled basis to caseload clients/residents
Obtain weekly random urine samples according to established protocol
Orients clients/residents about program goals, objectives, rules and regulations, client’s obligations, client’s rights and program operation
Demonstrates knowledge of group work management techniques and uses those techniques appropriately
Demonstrates appropriate treatment planning and clinical intervention
Demonstrates knowledge of appropriate documentation
Provides education and information to the client about alcohol and drug abuse
Maintains and updates referral services and resources that may be useful to our client/resident population; makes referral when necessary and appropriate
Prepare legal monthly reports monthly or as needed
Bachelor’s degree required
Valid OASAS CASAC certification (completion of 350 hours)
Must have 3+ years of experience in an OASAS program
Strong leadership, excellent organizational and communication skills
Ability to work on a strong team of professionals in a culturally diverse environment
Ability to multitask and to work and function under pressure
Bilingual Spanish Preferred.
We offer to the chosen candidate a generous compensation package!
Hours: Full Time
Apply Now: https://bit.ly/2V4xDaE
Mental Health Providers of Western Queens, Inc. is a NYS licensed out-patient provider of mental health treatment, located in Queens for over 35 years, offering psychotherapy and psychiatric services to children, adolescents, and adults.
HIRING TWO (2) Clinical Site Coordinator- School Based Services:
This position involves providing oversight and coordination of School-Based Mental Health Programs in assigned schools as well as providing psychotherapy to kids in the schools, seeing collaterals, running groups, and providing psycho-educational workshops to parents, teachers, and kids, working on campaigns such as Mental Health Awareness Month. The position provides great diversity and the opportunity to focus on areas of interest.
· Oversight and coordination of school based mental health programs in at least 2 Queens schools.
· Maintain good relations with schools through regular on-site contact with school staff.
· Attend and arrange coverage of school activities such as PTA, Parent /Teacher nights, Back- to-School events.
· Collect referrals and intakes from all assigned schools. Follow up on referrals and intakes.
· Provide on-site individual, family, and group psychotherapy as well as crisis intervention.
· Oversee therapists in assigned schools by conducting site trainings; ensure therapists are informed of the school policies, procedures, and schedules; assist with patient scheduling and other logistical issues that therapist may have.
Ideal candidate would be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Must have experience working in a school setting.
LMSW, MSW or MHC-LP or LMHC. Bilingual English/Spanish required.
Given that we are working remotely due to the pandemic and the probability that we will have to return on-site at least to some degree in the coming year, there may be elements of the job description that will need to be adjusted and updated.
Excellent benefits including health and dental insurance. Salary based on experience.
Please send your resume to Fay.Radding@mhpwq.org