Be part of a supportive Team of Human Service professionals working with residents in elderly/ disabled housing of the Cambridge Housing Authority. Utilize your clinical skills working directly with residents and plan fun events and activities to provide a sense of community.
The In-Home Therapist is responsible for working with children & youth with emotional, behavioral and learning challenges. The In-Home Therapist assists families stabilize youth in their home and community environments.
This position is responsible for providing effective mental health intervention to assigned clients (individuals and families), coordinating with primary care physicians, referrers, insurance carriers or other agencies. Represents Children's Friend in a professional manner and adheres to all Children's friend policies and guidelines, state and federal regulations, and program requirements.
The Brookline Center is offering a unique opportunity, combining two half time into one full time position. Twenty hours of salaried time will be spent as a Service Coordinator/Case Manager to work with families living in the state-subsidized Brookline Housing Authority family developments at Egmont and Trustman, assisting them to achieve economic independence and housing self sufficiency. This includes assessing their needs, developing service plans, providing case management, connecting them with education, job training and placement programs, and collaborating with staff from local agencies.
The clinical social worker at Bay Ridge Hospital is responsible for the day to day treatment, management, disposition, and aftercare plan for their assigned patients. This position requires someone who is able to multi-task, who is flexible and has excellent interpersonal skills with both internal and external customers. Assumes responsibility for the planning and delivery of safe and therapeutic treatment to all patients. Assures efficient patient utilization of continuum resources through close communication and collaboration with the patient, primary treatment team, insurers, and community and family support systems. In collaboration with the treatment team, plans appropriate individual and group treatment plans to meet the ongoing needs of assigned patients.
The AFC Social Worker is part of a health care team that provides social work and case management for the Adult Family Care (AFC) program. Responsibilities include assessment and evaluation of potential program participants and caregivers (if program requires this), care plan development, care coordination and monitoring, crisis intervention, education of host caregivers and AFC participants, and collaboration with AFC nurses. Manage an AFC caseload by providing ongoing clinical casework/case management to program participants, in compliance with program policy and procedures, and Medicaid guidelines. Maintain accurate and timely case records, including all required forms, case documentation, and statistics, according to agency, program and professional standards
Advocates promotes a healthy work-life balance and offers many generous perks of employment and room for advancement. We are a strong-knit community that values the ideas and contributions of our staff.
The Elder Care Advisor/Long Term Care Ombudsman Program Director is responsible for developing and coordinating the Long Term Care Ombudsman Program and is the staff expert on agency and community resources, especially those resources relating to institutional care. S/he is responsible for assisting older persons, their families, and caregivers, and other community callers, and to address their needs for elder care assistance by providing advice, information, assessment and care planning activities on the phone or in person. S/he also facilitates educational support groups and provides assessments and consultations as part of other agency care planning programs and services. S/he participates in developing and maintaining resource materials as part of the Age Info team. S/he participates in agency marketing efforts. S/he plans and implements community educational events, especially ones directed at caregivers.
The Town of Amherst seeks a full time licensed professional Social Worker to provide counseling, referral and direct services advocacy work for elders and their families through the Amherst Senior Center. The social worker will identify the needs of area older residents and their families through office or home appointments, group meetings, professional referrals and contacts with area agencies. Serves as advocate for seniors when navigating and interacting with community agencies and service organizations. Provides basic crisis counseling both in home and at the Senior Center and makes "elder-at-risk" referrals. For a complete job description and to apply on Line by Friday, April 21, 2017, visit www.amherstma.gov/jobs or apply in person at the HR Department, Town of Amherst, and 4 Boltwood Ave, Amherst MA.
The Old Colony Y is currently seeking a licensed or license eligible, Master's Level Clinician to join the Brockton Revocation Program. The Brockton Revocation Program is a 10-bed DYS contracted residential program for adolescent males involved in the juvenile justice system. Responsibilities include individual and group treatment, with a focus on DBT. Family therapy is also offered when applicable. Case management is a significant part of the clinical role which involves contacts with collaterals in order to best meet the needs of the youth served. Come be a part of a multi-disciplinary team working in a strengths-based approach with this challenging population. Schedule: Sunday - Thursday with some late night coverage. Competitive benefits. Salary based on licensure/experience.
The Multi-Services Eating Disorders Association (MEDA) is currently hiring! We are reaching out so that graduates with a Master's degree in Social Work can be aware of this opportunity. Please see the job description for the role of Clinical Outreach Coordinator attached.
Health Imperatives is a non-profit community-based agency, predominantly serving families and individuals in Southeastern, MA. Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of low-income or vulnerable families and individuals in Southeastern Massachusetts. We accomplish this mission through administering both health and violence intervention and prevention programs and services.
Under the supervision of the Residential Coordinator provide services and support for HIV+ persons, including coordinating and delivering services to individuals and families moving into and living in scattered-site housing programs.
Family Services of the Merrimack Valley is seeking a full time (40 hours/week) clinician for the In-Home Therapy program. Comprised of master's-level clinicians and bachelor's-level therapeutic training and support staff, IHT teams provide intensive home-based family therapy services, working to improve family functioning and to keep children in the community. Employing a variety of treatment modalities, IHT seeks to identify and build on individual and family strengths to meet therapeutic goals.
Based in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston and nearly 200 years old, the UU Urban Ministry is one of the oldest social service organizations in the country. The mission of the UU Urban Ministry is to unite communities and transform individuals through education, service, and advocacy. We are a multi-service agency focused on education and enrichment, domestic violence shelter and services, and community engagement and development.
Children's Corps is a program of Fostering Change for Children that recruits, trains and supports college graduates and professionals of all backgrounds who are passionate about working with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Its mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable children by building a highly-skilled and dedicated workforce that has the potential to become leaders in the field. The program offers an employment opportunity for individuals who want to work on the frontlines in New York City's child welfare agencies, gain valuable experience, and make a difference in the lives of families.
The AFC Social Worker is part of a health care team that provides social work and case management for the Adult Family Care (AFC) program. Responsibilities include assessment and evaluation of potential program participants and caregivers (if program requires this), care plan development, care coordination and monitoring, crisis intervention, education of host caregivers and AFC participants, and collaboration with AFC nurses. Manage an AFC caseload by providing ongoing clinical casework/case management to program participants, in compliance with program policy and procedures, and Medicaid guidelines. Provide psychosocial support to program participants and caregivers; addressing issues related to caregiver stress, family systems, mental health diagnoses, and aging and disability. Maintain accurate and timely case records, including all required forms, case documentation, and statistics, according to agency, program and professional standards
Responsible for providing and coordinating screening and interventions for high prevalence mental health conditions particularly unhealthy substance use and depression in a primary care setting. Works collaboratively with a team to implement evidence-based services to primary care patients utilizing tools and training from the Partners in Integrated Care project.
Step by Step Supportive Services is a team of dedicated case management experts specializing in educating and caring for individuals diagnosed with cognitive, social and/or psychiatric disabilities. We work as a team to build comprehensive support structures unique to our clients' needs and goals.
Our small caseloads, collaboratively working environment fosters learning, personal growth and opportunities for advancement. Our team members enjoy great benefits, flexible scheduling, and generous personal time. Pay is dependent upon experience and licensure.
Utilizing clinical social work techniques and theory, consults on, assesses, and intervenes with high-risk patients and their families regarding the impact/amelioration of emotional and social problems. Duties include, but are not limited to, conducting psychosocial assessments, diagnosis, planning and implementing effective treatments, evaluation, education, supervision, coaching and mentoring of the patient (client) and family members. The position consults with, collaborates and communicates with a wide range of social, governmental and legal agencies, courts, schools, clinics, other hospitals, physicians and other sources in the overall care of the patient.