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Case Manager & Outreach Coordinator

The Case Manager works as part of a team to provide direct supports, education, advocacy and supervision for young adults both individually and in small group settings, in accordance with the mission of The Haven Project.

Intake Manager and Clinician Coordinator

This central role in our thriving practice is the person who manages all aspects of welcoming clients into our practice: screening them for clinical appropriateness, educating them about how our practice works, collecting and setting up their insurance information, and managing the match with the clinician they assign to the case. This person also assists in the entry of new clinicians to the practice, by assisting with their credentialing with insurance companies, overseeing re-credentialing, and guiding the administrative portion of ensuring that their caseloads are well matched, balanced, and robust.

Licensed Social Worker - Early Education Program

JPNDC seeks a Licensed Social Worker to provide case management services to families enrolled in our early education program and connect them to resources to promote children's and families' well-being. Working under the direction of the Director of Family Child Care services, the Licensed Social Worker will provide support and case management services to families and collaborate with early educators in our network of licensed home-based programs. The Social Worker will also coordinate with external agencies including DCF, DTA, local health centers, and homeless shelters, to ensure that families' access needed resources. Clinical supervision will be provided via contract with a licensed independent clinical social worker. 

Director of Counseling

NELCWIT's mission is to work within the community to build safety, justice, and dignity for all. We offer shelter referrals, counseling, education/prevention, advocacy, children's visitation programming and economic empowerment initiatives to survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. As an anti-racist, multicultural organization, NELCWIT also joins with and mobilizes other groups and individuals who are working to end domestic violence and sexual abuse, ensure human rights, and create social change. NELCWIT is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. 

Care Coordinator (Full Time)

Facilitate the coordination of care, from admission through discharge, with focus on realistic treatment outcomes within the scope of available resources. Oversee the assessment, planning, facilitation, coordination, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet a patient and family's comprehensive health needs and to promote quality cost effective outcomes. Collaborate with the interdisciplinary team, patient and family, as well as various departments within and outside the hospital to assure timely and appropriate discharge planning and cost effective outcomes.

Intake Coordinator

Commonwealth Psychology Associates® (CPA) is seeking an intelligent LCSW self-starter to join our award-winning organization. This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic, mission-based behavioral health organization, with four office locations, 70+ staff members, and still growing!

Founded in 2004, CPA has grown to become one of the preeminent behavioral health centers in New England. CPA is a dynamic, mission-driven organization dedicated to providing exceptional service and state of the art psychological healthcare to help our clients live happier and healthier lives. We are committed to excellence in all we do - for our clients, staff and community. CPA has been recognized by the Boston Globe as a 3-time winner of the 'Top Places to Work' in Massachusetts award and as a 'Top 100 Women-led Business.'

Licensed Mental Health Clinician

Seeking experienced and fully licensed mental health clinician (LICSW, LMHC or licensed psychologist) to join a thriving group practice in Somerville, MA. We work with ages 18+. Schedule can be flexible, but some evenings &/or weekends required. At least 15 hours a week of direct service required.

Assistant Director of Council on Aging

The Assistant Director of the Council on Aging supports the day-to-day operations of the Senior Community Center and works closely with the staff to identify service needs, and implement annual goals and objectives. The incumbent provides administrative support to the director in the areas such as office management, computer software and database applications, grants management, program supervision and development, special event planning and community outreach among other duties as assigned.

Part-Time Outreach/Information and Referral Coordinator

Works as part of the Council on Aging's Outreach Team and is responsible for providing information, referral and advocacy to seniors and their families.  Participates in the identification, documentation and resolution of the human service needs of seniors in the Beverly Community.

Counselor, Health and Counseling Center (sabbatical coverage)

Milton Academy, established in 1798, is an independent coeducational national boarding and day school, serving 1,000 students in grades K-12, on a 125-acre campus eight miles south of Boston.

Behavorial Health Clinician - HEART (Hope, Empathy and Recovery for Trauma)

Do you want to help migrant children who have been separated from their parents? Are you interested in providing behavioral health services to children, adolescent and families within a trauma focused, strength based environment? Family and Children's Services is recruiting full-time Spanish-speaking master's level clinicians for our grant- and contracted-funded programs.

Chief Executive Officer

We are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity to lead the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center (Kennedy CHC) as its next CEO. Kennedy CHC is an innovative community health center dedicated to helping people live healthier lives, which serves 28,000 residents of Worcester, Framingham and surrounding communities. Toni McGuire, who has served as CEO for the past 11 years, is retiring, leaving the Center well positioned for the future. The Board of Directors is looking for an accomplished, forward-thinking, politically astute leader with exceptional relationship-building and management skills and a deep knowledge of health care, finance, operations and quality improvement to lead a well-established agency into the next decade and beyond. 

Trans Health Behavioral Health Clinician

The Trans Health Behavioral Health Clinician is a member of the Trans* Health Access Team; a multi-disciplinary team comprised of medical providers, behavioral health providers and support staff who provide care for our Trans* patient population. The Trans* Health Access Team supports patients of Thundermist Health Center including those who identify as transgender, genderqueer & gender non-conforming through an Informed Consent based treatment model in an integrated primary care setting. The Behavioral Health Clinician for the Trans Health Access Team is an integral member of this team, they have advanced clinical and cultural competency expertise with the trans* community and knowledge of trans* community resources and needs. They also facilitate internal/external consultation & trainings, assist with other Trans Health Program activities and represent the program at community events.

Bilingual (Spanish) Family Interventionist/Communication Specialist (Part-time, Contract position)

Background: The Department of Public Health and Community Medicine is a research and teaching department of the medical school. Our faculty currently represents a range of disciplines, including public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, medicine, nutrition, environmental health, and health policy. Our activities include community- based and clinical research on a wide-array of public health topics and the education of medical and graduate students in health-related masters programs including the Master of Public Health and Master of Science in Health Communications.

Child Welfare Jobs through Children's Corps

Children's Corps is a program of Fostering Change for Children that recruits, trains and supports individuals of all academic 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. Children's Corps 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. Graduating students, alumni, and career changers are encouraged to apply. 

Chinese Advocacy & Outreach Coordinator/Community Advocate (Bilingual/Bicultural)

Position Overview: This position is responsible to: provide general supportive counseling and advocacy services to survivors of domestic violence; conduct community outreach and share information about DOVE's services as well as to raise awareness about issues of abuse and violence in the Chinese/Chinese-American community; serve as a liaison between DOVE and Chinese-American community members; and provide advocacy and guidance re: strengthening of culturally responsive and affirming services within DOVE and to community health and social service providers. This position reports to the Director, Community Services and will also work closely with the Director, Community Education & Prevention.

SSJP Student Success Coordinator / 40 Hours / Day / CCHHE - (3079536)

Brigham and Women's Hospital's Center for Community Health and Health Equity (BWH CCHHE) advances systems of care and delivers community health and educational programs to eliminate health inequities. The CCHHE partners with community organizations, health centers, and schools to accomplish this mission.  BWH's youth programs are built upon the commitment of the hospital to foster a diverse workforce in the healthcare field, and a strong belief that educational and employment opportunity is a key component of community wellness. The CCHHE youth programs work in partnership with local schools and provide a continuum of educational and career development for students from elementary school to college.

Student Success Coordinator

Brigham and Women's Hospital's Center for Community Health and Health Equity (BWH CCHHE) advances systems of care and delivers community health and educational programs to eliminate health inequities. The CCHHE partners with community organizations, health centers, and schools to accomplish this mission.  BWH's youth programs are built upon the commitment of the hospital to foster a diverse workforce in the healthcare field, and a strong belief that educational and employment opportunity is a key component of community wellness. The CCHHE youth programs work in partnership with local schools and provide a continuum of educational and career development for students from elementary school to college. 

Director of Clinical Services

As the Director of Clinical Services, you will be a member of the leadership team at Carrollton Springs. Our team drives a "Clinical First" attitude to help fulfill our mission of "Changing People's Lives®". Responsible for the oversight of all clinical treatment programs of patients receiving treatment for psychiatric, and substance abuse issues in both inpatient and outpatient settings. The Director assures that high quality clinical care is provided and that clinical functions are integrated. Director supervises individual and group counseling and develops and implements a variety of therapeutic treatment modalities/processes. Oversees discharge planning to ensure an optimal post hospital transition. Responsible for ensuring that clinical documentation is current and accurate and meets all regulatory and other standards.

Behavioral Health team

LICSW Longwood Pediatrics
Longwood Pediatrics, a private pediatric primary care practice in the Longwood Medical Area, is seeking a candidate to join our integrated Behavioral Health team.

Successful candidates will join the clinical staff at Longwood Pediatrics to deliver fully-integrated behavioral health services within the practice. Working within the patient-centered medical home, the behavioral health provider will conduct behavioral health screenings and diagnostic evaluations, deliver evidence-based treatment to children and families, and provide consultative support to medical staff. Comprehensive clinical and integration support is provided.

Executive Director

Womanshelter/Compañeras is a highly regarded nonprofit organization in Western Massachusetts dedicated to assisting, supporting and empowering those whose lives are affected by battering and abuse. Founded in 1980 as a grassroots collective, the organization has sheltered more than 2,000 women and children and served 30,000 others through community-­‐ based support and education programs. Womanshelter's philosophy is based on the understanding that victims and survivors of domestic violence deserve respect and can make their own choices. Everyone deserves to live without fear of abuse - physical, verbal, mental, sexual and emotional.

Resident Services Coordinator (Full-Time and Part-Time, Temporary Grant Funded)

The Lowell Housing Authority is currently seeking a full- and part-time Resident Services Coordinator. These are temporary, grant funded positions through 2019.

The Resident Service Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of group and individual services and supports for residents residing in each of the federal housing sites to assure a safe and harmonious living environment for elderly and disabled residents. They are responsible for identifying and accessing resources beneficial to residents as needed and act as broker on the resident's behalf.

Director of Programs and Services

St. Francis House (SFH) is the largest day shelter in Massachusetts. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, SFH serves an average of 500 men and women who are homeless or vulnerable to homelessness each day, 365 days a year. We provide a wide range of services from refuge services that meet immediate needs for food, clothing, and daytime shelter to recovery services, focused on individual goals and longer-term stability, including case management, clinical services, employment and housing.
We measure our success by the number of people we are able to help obtain permanent housing and achieve overall housing, income, and behavioral health stability in their lives. We recognize that each guest is unique, most have experienced or are experiencing trauma, and all can benefit from a sense of renewed hope for a better life. Therefore, we deliver our services according to our philosophy of care which is person centered, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented.