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Clinical Social Worker: LICSW - Tufts Medical Center

Job ID: 8510

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  • Department: Community Health Improvement Programs
  • Schedule: Full Time
  • Shift: Day/Evening
  • Hours: 10-6:30
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center
Job Details:


 Through the Asian Health Initiative (AHI) and Dorchester Health Initiative (DHI), Tufts Medical Center partners with community-based organizations to address challenges identified in the hospital's triennial Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). The AHI is working to reduce tobacco and nicotine use and address the behavioral health underpinnings that drive tobacco and nicotine use in Chinatown. The DHI will address the challenges of violence, mental health, and substance use (collectively, behavioral health) among members of the Dorchester community with a focus on youth and families. The LICSW will work with program staff on-site at partner organizations to serve their clients by (1) Supervising MSW students as they serve program participants; (2) Facilitating coordination and communication between behavioral health personnel across AHI and DHI partner sites to ensure consistency and promote collaboration; and (3) Providing direct services to clients as needed and time permitting, which may include conducting assessments of youth and family needs, coordinating referrals to appropriate services, and providing counseling in individual or group settings as appropriate.



  • Provides supervision to MSW student interns as they provide social work services to clients and families in AHI and DHI partner programs.
  • Ensures MSW students utilize best practices and operate within their qualifications.
  • Reviews MSW students' notes in client records to ensure quality and compliance, and offers guidance to students as necessary.
  • Liaises as necessary with MSW students' faculty advisors to ensure students receive support and credit for their work, and completes all relevant paperwork.


  • Collaborates with Tufts MC, AHI, and DHI partners to determine the most appropriate system of maintaining client records that will best meet client needs and ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations while facilitating collaboration and referrals between agencies and reporting of aggregated data to Tufts MC.
  • Ensures client records are complete and accurate.  Performs other administrative documentation and record keeping, such as basic service delivery reports, student intern evaluations, performance evaluations, etc. in complete and timely manner.
  • Consults with Tufts MC on methods of assessing collective impact by standardizing measurement of client progress and outcomes across partner organizations.

Direct Services

  • Travels between AHI and DHI partner facilities to provide psychosocial assessment of the individual and family, including limitations, deficits and strengths in their current situation and environment, as well as functional level.  May conduct a psychiatric social work assessment according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).  Collaborates with program staff at AHI and DHI partner organizations to develop individualized service plans for the clients in their care to meet the needs identified through these assessments.
  • Provides treatment, therapy, psycho-education and/or counseling utilizing individual, family or group modalities. Services generally to be provided at AHI and DHI partner facilities.
  • Provides information, referral and creative resource acquisition in the community for specific individual and family needs.  Assists clients/families to understand psychosocial factors impeding their maximal utilization of community resources.
  • Collaborates with and provides consultation to the program staff at AHI and DHI partner organizations to aid the team in understanding and integrating the significance of psychosocial factors in relation to clients' needs. Identifies psychosocial issues that may impede client progress.  Makes recommendations to the team regarding client/family care and management.  Assists program staff in working with clients and families to achieve informed decision-making.
  • Consults, collaborates and communicates with a wide range of social, governmental and legal agencies, courts, schools, clinics, other hospitals, physicians and other sources.
  • Serves as a patient/family advocate with a variety of systems both internally and externally as required.  May be called upon to testify in court.


  • Active interaction with and support from Tufts Medical Center's Social Work Services (SWS) Department, including supervisory meetings with CHIP and SWS Directors, and participation in SWS team meetings and CEU opportunities.
  • Actively engages in the regularly scheduled meetings, programs and activities of the Department.  Represents the profession and Department in hospital and community meetings and committees as the need may arise.
  • Continually monitors, assesses and modifies LICSW's own social work practice and programs.  Conducts quality improvement activities and research regarding service delivery and effectiveness of interventions, as required.
  • Conducts or participates in public presentations, seminars, and workshops as necessary. Responsible for making recommendations to the Director of Community Health Improvement Programs regarding service delivery gaps, systemic issues, and program development.
  • Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues in order to effectively contribute to the working groups' achievement of goals, and to help foster a positive work environment.
  • Performs other similar and related duties as required or directed.


  • Job knowledge and skills
    • Possesses and applies the skills and knowledge necessary to provide care to clients throughout the life span, with consideration of aging processes, human development stages and cultural patterns in each step of the care process.
    • Knowledge of casework process and community resources in relation to health (including mental health), illness, and disability. Knowledge of the concept of social determinants of health.
    • Knowledge of current social work theory and practice, the ability to apply treatment and case management methods, and familiarity with community issues and resources.
    • Understanding of organizational theory and practice in large systems and the knowledge of social and health care policies and systems.
    • High degree of diagnostic, treatment, interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills.
    • Analytical skills required assessing patient needs, to develop associated treatment modalities and to provide effective counseling.
    • Computer skills and knowledge of general office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Familiarity with case management software programs (particularly Efforts to Outcomes) preferred.
  • Education
    • Master's Degree in Social Work from an institution accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
  • Experience
    • 1-2 years post Master's Degree social work experience.
    • An equivalent combination of education and experience - which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above - may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements.
  • Licenses, etc.
    • Licensure at the level of Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) required.
  • Age specific competencies
    • Possesses and applies the skills and knowledge necessary to provide care to clients throughout the life span, with consideration of aging processes, human development stages and cultural patterns in each step of the care process. This includes:
      • Knowledge of growth and development
      • Ability to interpret age specific data and response to care
      • Provide age specific communication
    • Note: DHI programs are expected primarily to target youth from early childhood to early adulthood as clients. However, the LICSW will be expected to interact with and provide support to youth's family members of all ages in order to fully assess and address the needs of the youth clients. AHI programs may have similar arrangements.
  • Working conditions/physical demands
    • LICSW will spend a significant portion of their time in AHI and DHI partner facilities in Chinatown and Dorchester providing direct support to clients, supervising MSW students, and collaborating with partner program staff. LICSW must have means of transport to program sites, which may have varying degrees of accessibility by public transportation.
    • When at Tufts Medical Center, LICSW will have access to traditional office amenities.


Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.

Bi-Lingual (Spanish/English) Forensic Interviewer - Suffolk County District Attorney's Office

JOB TITLE: Bi-Lingual (Spanish/English) Forensic Interviewer DATE: October 2019 REPORTS TO: Children's Advocacy Center Executive Director FLSA STATUS: Full time, Exempt COMPENSATION: $48,000 to $60,000, commensurate with experience CLASSIFICATION: N/A 

POSITION PROFILE: The Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County (CAC) unites public, private, and community partners to promote safety, healing, and justice for children who are exposed to violence, as well as their families. The CAC works closely with an array of agencies to coordinate high-quality investigations and assessments of abuse and exploitation concerns, provide support to children and families, provide specialized training for diverse professionals, and prevent child abuse and exploitation in our community. 

The CAC Forensic Interviewer works in a multi-agency team environment with primary responsibility for conducting clinically and legally-sound forensic interviews of children, youth, and adult survivors. 


Complete training in a nationally recognized model of forensic interviewing (including a minimum of 32 hours of instruction and practice); 

Participate in pre- and post- interview meetings with multidisciplinary team (MDT) members and caregivers; 

Conduct forensic interviews as part of multidisciplinary investigative teams; 

Provide support, information, and resources to families impacted by violence and abuse that is reflective of each individual and family's unique needs; 

Maintain case data in NCAtrak (CAC case management system) and VideoOversight; 

Maintain specialized skills in accordance with National Children's Alliance standards for Accredited Child Advocacy Centers (CACs); 

Testify in criminal, civil, or family court if subpoenaed as a result of conducting a forensic interview; 

Maintain flexibility in work schedule to accommodate priority investigations and emergency situations to ensure provision of services (may include evenings and/or weekends); 

Build and maintain strong working relationships with representatives of Department of Children and Families (DCF), social workers, police, prosecutors, advocates, medical and mental health providers, and others responding to child abuse and exploitation concerns; 

Visit DCF area offices, police departments, district attorney's office, area hospitals, and other locations to conduct outreach and provide information and consultation to MDT partners; 

Conduct trainings for members of MDT and the community; 

Participate in training and ongoing individual and peer supervision. 


Attend trainings relevant to SCDAO functions. 

Become familiar with, and follow SCDAO personnel policies, particularly with regard to confidentiality, sexual harassment, drug-free workplace, and usage of information technology resources. 

Become familiar with, and adhere to, the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct. 

Exercise respectful and professional behavior and communication with the public, judicial and law enforcement personnel, and office staff. 

Complete work assignments in a timely, accurate, and efficient manner. 

Other related duties as assigned. 




Fluency in Spanish and English. 

Bachelor's Degree; 

Strong written and verbal communication skills; 

Excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail; 

Ability to multi-task and prioritize responsibilities in a fast-paced environment; 

Ability to work independently and be part of a team; 

Strong computer skills, must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite; 

Strong interpersonal skills and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information; 

Passion for the mission of the Children's Advocacy Center. Preferred: 

Master's or advanced degree in social work, psychology or related field 

At least 3 years professional experience working in child abuse (law enforcement, social work, child protection services, or victim-related services) or equivalent amount of education and experience 

Experience working with multidisciplinary teams and/or interagency collaborations; 

Familiarity with research regarding forensic interviewing and child development. 


 • Ability to sit and stand for extended periods of time 

TRAVEL: Position is based at Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County. Travel required to the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, off-site interview locations, and court, as well as other community partners. 

CAC Bi-lingual Forensic Interviewer September 2019 

EEO STATEMENT: The SCDAO is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law. 


Clinical Coordinator & Community Support Specialist at ACCS

Title Clinical Coordinator - ACCS Body Position: Clinical Coordinator 

Location: Lindemann Team, Boston 

The ACCS Program uses clinical and evidence based practices to uncover motivation while working with people to establish meaningful treatment plans and cultivate recovery. Each individual in the program is assigned a primary clinician and works with an integrated team composed of licensed clinicians, peer/recovery specialists and others to meet their individual needs. This position requires excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills and the ability to work independently in the community. Extensive training is provided and ongoing training is available and encouraged. 

As the Clinical Coordinator, you will lead a team and provide care management for the person engaged in services. The Clinical Coordinator will use interventions to provide person-centered assessments, service planning, and coordination of care. 

The Clinical Coordinator provides community-based support to people with psychiatric and substance abuse disorders living in a residential home or an individual living arrangement. The Clinical Coordinator will meet with clients frequently and assure all clinical needs are assessed and coordinated across the system. 


  • Provides team leadership, clinical supervision and guidance to direct care staff. 
  • Collaborating with outpatient clinic providers and BH CP. 
  • Identifying the skills a client needs to live independently (cooking, paying bills, cleaning). 
  • Setting life goals in school, work, health, and relationships. 
  • Teaching strategies for symptom management. 
  • Engaging with family to assist them in supporting the client as they develop those skills. 
  • Organize and lead individual and group social activities that structure each person's time, increase social experiences, and provide opportunities to practice social skills. 


Education: LPHA designation that is recognized under Massachusetts law is required. 

Experience: Previous experience in the provision of clinical or rehabilitative services to adults with chronic and persistent mental health issues and/or substance use disorders preferred. Previous supervisory experience preferred, but not required. 

Skills: Must have a valid driver's license. Must be MAP certified and CPR/1st aide certified within the first three months of hire. 

Title Community Support Specialist Body A member of the Integrated Team of the Adult Community Clinical Services Program, you will participate in the engagement, assessment and treatment planning process. The Community Support Specialist may have experience or specialized skills in providing services to people with psychiatric, substance use and/or medical diagnoses. This position provides direct services to people in community and GLE settings in the areas of housing, risk mitigation, transportation, skill-building, money management, medication administration and other areas based on the person centered treatment plan. Services are provided based on Recovery tenets and are aimed to promote overall health and well-being of persons served. 


  • Help clients build skills that help move a person on to the most independent setting 
  • Gather information about community agencies and families to assist staff in the provision of services. 
  • Document each person's progress in the confidential record according to established methods and procedures. 
  • Carries out the assigned interventions and action steps of the treatment plan, through the provision of direct support and rehabilitation services to people on an individual, group, and family basis (in conjunction with professional staff) in the office and in community settings. 
  • Providing care to specialized groups like deaf persons or Asian population 
  • Having expertise in supported housing coordination and housing subsidies 
  • Having expertise in benefits and entitlements 
  • Having expertise in young or elderly needs and service delivery 
  • Experience in coordinating collaborative care within teams 
  • Experience supervising other professionals 
  • Collaborate with Housing Coordinators to help each person in finding a safe and affordable place to live - apartment hunting, finding a roommate, landlord negotiations, cleaning, furnishing and decorating 
  • Ensure that people have adequate financial support 
  • Participate in medication administration per MAP and DMH policies and protocol. 
  • Help each person to access reliable transportation 


Education: Bachelor's degree in human services field. 

Experience: In lieu of degree, at least two years' experience with population that has severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorder, or established significant expertise in specialized areas related to ACCS components of care. 

Skills: Must have a Driver's license. Must be MAP certified, CPR/first aid certified within three months of hire. 

If interested, contact: 

Shane MacDonald, MSW, LCSW

Assistant Program Director Adult

Community Clinical Services (ACCS)

North Suffolk Mental Health Association

25 Staniford Street Boston, MA 02114

(p) 617-912-7870

(f) 617-557-1929


Program Director at My First Place

Join a community of "Care in Action"! HopeWell, Inc. is seeking a Program Director for its My First Place Program in Roxbury, MA. 

Why Work at HopeWell? HopeWell is known for its high standards and deeply dedicated staff and caregivers. We aim to be leaders in care and a force for good. We show our care in action by offering staff a comprehensive total rewards package that values employee wellness, work-life balance, and continuous learning. Benefits include student loan pay-down assistance, tuition reimbursement, funding for professional development, as well as a full suite of healthcare benefits, generous paid-time-off, and more. 

About My First Place: My First Place is an education and employment program developed nearly two decades ago by First Place for Youth. Envisioning a future where the disparities between foster youth and their non-foster peers have been eliminated, the My First Place program offers youth stable, safe and affordable housing, community- based case management, and individualized education and employment supports. Under the direction of the Program Director, a team of staff including Youth Advocates, an Education and Employment Specialist, and a Housing Specialist, support youth in working towards healthy living, education, employment, and housing goals that youth set for themselves 

About the Role: The Program Director will oversee the existing My First Place Program Model and implement high quality, youth-centered services. In collaboration with the VP, Programs, the ideal candidate will provide strategic direction to My First Place programming while focusing on sustaining and improving services as well as growth. The ideal candidate will be well versed in services for transition age youth and will bring a unique skill set of clinical, business, and managerial expertise. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a growing and engaged team to serve transition age youth comprehensively. 

For a copy of the full job description and application link, visit: Inc 

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, military status, veteran status, or genetic information. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) To file a complaint of discrimination write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer


Clinical Community Advocate - The Second Step, Inc.

Background: The Second Step (TSS) is a community of survivors, advocates, and volunteers who foster the safety, stability, and well-being of those who have experienced domestic violence. We provide comprehensive services, including safety planning, legal advocacy, counseling, peer support, transitional housing, and other essential services to adults, youth, and children in Greater Boston and Metro-West.  


Job Title: Clinical Community Advocate


Primary Objective: Providing comprehensive case management, trauma-informed emotional support & advocacy services to survivors of domestic violence, within an agency framework that is strength-based, relational, and empowering. 


Secondary Objective: This position will focus a portion of the advocate's time on creating and supervising a lab for graduate interns from area MSW, LMHC, and Expressive Arts Therapies programs.   


The Clinical Community Advocate works closely with the Director of Community Programs to support survivors of domestic violence (DV) living in the community, collaborates in the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs, and is responsible for other activities as assigned. All direct service employees of The Second Step are expected to provide support services from a trauma-informed perspective.


Hours: 40 hours a week. Typically 9-5, but including some evenings. Flexibility is important.


Primary duties include but are not limited to:

  • Providing case management (bilingual preferred), safety planning, psycho-educational programming, referrals, and support services to clients;

  • Providing ongoing emotional support and trauma-informed interventions to survivors; 

  • Advocating on behalf of survivors with healthcare providers, landlords & utility companies, school systems, and a range of other systems or agencies;

  • Recruiting, training and supervision of graduate interns; agency representative with University internship offices.

  • Training, planning, group facilitation and administrative duties for the IMAGINE Program; 

  • Helping survivors in the community to maintain housing and job stability through outreach and programming as determined together with the Director of Community Programs. 


Additional responsibilities include:

  • Attend and actively participate in weekly team meetings and agency-wide staff meetings;

  • Represent TSS at community events and forums;

  • Assist other advocates and directors in coordinating client-centered events, including holiday celebrations for program participants, the IMAGINE retreat, summer retreats and cookouts, the annual backpack drive, the holiday gift drive, etc.; 

  • Supervision of volunteers, interns and/or support staff as identified by Director of Community Programs;

  • Other duties as assigned.



Candidates should have at least 2-3 years of experience working with survivors of domestic violence and/or homeless families and individuals in residential and/or community-based programs. Knowledge of issues related to domestic violence, trauma, mental health, and addiction - with a particular emphasis on how these issues impact families - is essential. Knowledge of issues related to child development and parenting is also valuable. 


Additional qualifications include:

  • Master's degree required. LCSW, LICSW, LMHC credentials preferred.

  • Strong clinical competencies desired.

  • Strong crisis management, problem-solving, and interpersonal abilities.

  • Demonstrated ability to learn and master new skills and materials.

  • Ability to manage competing priorities simultaneously and precisely.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.

  • Strong organizational skills, including the ability to work calmly under pressure.

  • Cultural competence and/or willingness to learn.

  • Collaborative team player.

  • Strong communication skills and proficiency with computers and technology.

  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred. 

  • Enthusiasm about working collaboratively and effectively in an environment that is linguistically and culturally diverse.

Hours: Full-time (40 hours/week), with a combination of days & evenings to be determined together with the Director of Community Programs.  This is an exempt position, and flexibility in scheduling is important. On-site clinical supervision will be provided. 

Salary and benefits:  TSS offers a competitive salary and benefits package to full-time employees. Salary for this position begins in the mid-$40,000 range, with additional compensation commensurate with experience, language skills, or other qualifications. 


Equal opportunity: The Second Step actively seeks cultural and linguistic diversity in all of its programs. Minorities, bilingual/bicultural candidates, survivors of domestic & sexual violence, and LGBQ/T candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. The Second Step, Inc. is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

If you are interested: please send a resume and cover letter to Carole Thompson, Director of Community Programs, at

Behavioral Health Clinicians

The Health Center is excited to host an Open Interview recruiting event for Masters level Behavioral Health Clinicians. Join our Open Interview Day for an opportunity to meet with our hiring team.
Register Now!
Thursday, October 10th  2019
3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Lowell Community Health Center 
6th Floor - Human Resources 
161 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Private Practice Clinician/ Therapist

Mass Bay Counseling, a group private practice in Marshfield, is looking for part-time and/or full-time psychotherapists to join our group practice. We are a dedicated and long-standing practice in the South Shore community that has been in business for more than 30 years. In that time we have continuously improved in order to adapt and offer not only excellent clinical care, but a supportive and outstanding place to work.

Fundraising Coordinator

The A-T Children's Project is a nonprofit organization that raises funds to support and coordinate biomedical research projects, scientific conferences and a clinical center aimed at finding life-improving therapies and a cure for ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T), a rare, fatal genetic disease that attacks children, causing progressive loss of muscle control, immune system problems, and a high rate of cancer. To learn more, please visit our website at

Team Up Behavioral Health Clinician

The Team Up Behavioral Health Clinician will function as a core member of a collaborative care team that involves the patient and his/her family (when appropriate), the patients' primary care provider, nursing, and community health workers. The Team Up Behavioral Health Clinician will work with children, adolescents, and families and will be expected to work in various modalities such as: individual, family therapy, and group work.

Behavioral Health Clinicians - TEAM UP -- Full Time

BNHC is a multicultural organization that collaborates with community agencies and residents to provide high quality comprehensive health care. We are committed to health promotion and disease prevention. BNHC began providing services in 1994 in a mobile medical van operating out of a church parking lot. Since then, the center has rapidly grown to provide desperately needed services to low-income and marginalized populations in the greater Brockton area. BNHC is committed to providing care that is responsive to community health needs and is linguistically, culturally and financially accessible. BNHC serves an extremely diverse patient population including Brazilian, Cape Verdean, Haitian, Latino, Portuguese, African American and Caucasian, 77% of who live in poverty.

Simmons University School of Social Work is seeking Adjunct Instructors

Simmons University School of Social Work is seeking adjunct instructors to teach a program evaluation course ("Evaluation in Social Work Practice). The course is offered to all full- and part-time MSW students in their advanced year and focuses on the principles and mechanics of needs assessments, process evaluation, and outcome evaluation. It is a one-semester course, offered in both the Fall and Spring semesters, that meets on campus once per week (14 sessions total). Applicants must have experience conducting social service-related program evaluation and teaching in either a classroom or professional development setting.

If interested, please send your CV/resume to Dr. Kristie Thomas ( 

Care Manager / Staff Clincian

Tufts University Counseling and Mental Health Service (CMHS) as part of Tufts Health and Wellness, (which also includes Tufts Health Service and Tufts Health Promotion and Prevention), contributes to the educational mission of Tufts University through a variety of activities devoted to prevention, intervention, and consultation. Serving a diverse student body of approximately 7000 undergraduate and graduate students, CMHS is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment which is inclusive and culturally informed. We are a multicultural team, and each of us is passionate about the work we do. We bring energy and creativity to the provision of a full range of mental health services, outreach, and training.

Primary Therapist

The Renfrew Center has been a pioneer in the treatment of eating disorders since 1985. As the nation's first residential eating disorder facility, now with 19 locations throughout the country, Renfrew has helped more than 75,000 women with eating disorders and other behavioral health issues.

Admissions Coordinator

Build your career with the leading provider in the field of eating disorders!

The Renfrew Center has been a pioneer in the treatment of eating disorders since 1985. As the nation's first residential eating disorder facility, now with 19 locations throughout the country, Renfrew has helped more than 75,000 women with eating disorders and other behavioral and mental health issues.

Clinical Instructor at Simmons

Simmons School of Social Work is hiring six clinical instructors to observe and provide structured feedback to first year MSW students enrolled in SW421.

The clinical instructor will observe social work students interviewing a trained actor; the actor will enact a prepared clinical vignette in the role of client and the student will interview the client. Following a 15 minute interview the Clinical Instructor will provide oral and written feedback to the student. Each OSCE session will be for 3 hours during which time nine MSW students will be assessed.

Clinical Director - Co-Occurring Mental Health/Substance Use Disorders Residential Program


Medical Social Work Fellowship Program

UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland has job opportunities for two full-time positions in the Medical Social Work Fellowship Program. The Fellowship is a unique opportunity for MSW graduates to work in tandem with the Fellowship Coordinator and lead social workers who provide on-site consultation, support and mentoring. For the past five years, post-graduates of the Fellowship Program have continued to work for the hospital as highly skilled medical social workers with advanced clinical skills. Please share the attached flyer with MSW graduates whom you know are interested in working full-time in the hospital's specialized outpatient medical clinics. Interviews for prospective fellows will be scheduled in July and August. 

Staff Counselor

The staff counselor provides short-term counseling, crisis intervention, and mental health outreach services to enhance the psychological and emotional welfare of students and the College community

Master's Level Clinician

Youth Villages' Continuum program will provide an array of intensive community-based, wraparound services designed to divert at-risk youth from out-of-home placements whenever possible. The primary goal of our Continuum is to maintain youth within their home and school, support families/caregivers, and help ensure maximum safety for the youth, family, and community. Youth Villages views the children and families we serve as the experts on their own lives; therefore, all of our continuum services are family-driven, youth-guided, and strength-based. This level of family involvement leads to increased family engagement; family engagement leads to improving the quality of treatment; and treatment quality leads to consistently high outcomes.