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Catholic Charities in Sheboygan WI is hiring a Behavioral Health Therapist

Job Summary
Start Date: ASAP
Employment Term and Type: Regular, Full Time
Hours per Week: 40
Work Hours (i.e. shift): 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Salary and Benefits: $38,000
  • Supervision to obtain or complete certification requirements
  • Continued Education
  • Health, Dental, Vision, FSA, and 403(b)
  • Employer paid Life Insurance and Short Term Disability
  • Generous PTO structure plus 11 Paid Holidays
  • Employee Assistant Program, Mileage, and Cellphone Reimbursement
  • Business Casual Dress Everyday with Casual Fridays
Required Education: Master's Degree
Required Experience: 0 to 5 years
 
Job Description
Who are we?
Since 1920, our culture at Catholic Charities has been defined by our mission to “provide service to those in need, to advocate for justice and to call upon others to do the same.” We provide several social services that focus on serving the poor, vulnerable, and marginalized in communities across the 10 counties of Southeastern Wisconsin.

A career at Catholic Charities blends social service with professional advancement. Our staff is made up of a diverse group of individuals who are committed to serving clients of all faiths and backgrounds.
 

What is the purpose of our Behavioral Health Services?
At Catholic Charities, our Behavioral Health/Counseling Services recognize the added challenges of people living in poverty and accepts patients who do not have any means to pay, as well as those with limited resources, on a sliding fee scale adjusted to an individual's or family's size and financial situation. Additionally, third party insurance payers, Medicare and Medicaid are accepted.
 

What will I do as a Therapist at Catholic Charities?
As a Behavioral Health Therapist, you will provide in-office psychotherapy, counseling, and other related services to individuals, couples, families and groups.  You will also conduct educational and supportive counseling sessions to groups, including critical incident response services.  Our Therapists regularly collaborate with other Programs within the Agency to provide psychotherapy support to achieve both client and Program goals.
 
Why should I apply?
This is the perfect opportunity for a qualified, compassionate Therapist looking to address a wide range of diagnoses in the local community for those who often times cannot afford this support elsewhere.   If you have a genuine passion for helping the less fortunate and those who are most in need in our communities reach their goals, you will find fulfillment at Catholic Charities.

Therapists provide in-office services Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm, as well as benefits such as ongoing training and accreditation, competitive Health, Dental, and Vision insurance, Paid Time Off, Holidays, and 403(b) plan with company matching and contribution.
 

What are the requirements?
Therapists are required to have completed a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) in a related counseling field.  Post graduate clinical practice (i.e. LPC, MFT) and 3,000 hour certification is a plus, but is not required as Catholic Charities offers supervision to obtain certification hours.  

This position provides in-office services at both our Sheboygan and Fond Du Lac offices, supporting clients in both communities.


Does this sound like the perfect fit for you? Apply today! We applaud your commitment to enriching lives of those in our communities one person at a time.
 
Catholic Charities is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, on-the-job injury, sexual orientation, political affiliation or belief. Employment decisions are made without consideration of these or any other factors that employers are prohibited by law from considering.

Catholic Charities also prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and will reasonably accommodate applicants with a disability, upon request, and will also ensure reasonable accommodation for employees with a disability.

To apply click here


 

Florence County Human Services is hiring a Child and Family Social Worker


Description of Duties
This position provides a full range of social services to children, youth and families, including but not limited to child protective services, juvenile court intake, juvenile court supervision, and case management
  • Provide a full array of services including Access, Initial Assessment, and Ongoing services to children and families involving child welfare, abuse and neglect, and youth justice
  • Provide case management services to children, youth, and families
  • Develop plans for care/treatment of children and families that are consistent with policies and procedures
  • Evaluate and monitor safety of children in the home and out of the home
  • Compose narratives, reports, and correspondence
  • Provide court testimony for case assignments
  • Provide On-Call, Emergency After Hour Services for mental health crisis and child/juvenile protection (paid separately)
Requirements
  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work (BSW)
  • Consideration will be given to bachelor degrees from an accredited school of social work or educational program which is recognized by the State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • Must obtain a Wisconsin Social Work license within 12 months of employment and maintain throughout employment
  • Wisconsin residency is required within 12 months of employment
  • Must be able to work outside of normal business hours
Employment Benefits
  • This position is full-time, 35-Hour Work Week
  • Health, Vision, Dental, Life-Insurance
  • H.S.A Contributions
  • Wisconsin Retirement System
  • Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program
  • Paid Vacation, Personal Time, Sick Leave
Position Pay Range
$19.50 - $28.41/Hour
Deadline
Applications will be accepted until 12:00p.m. on Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Questions about the position can be directed to Jen Steber at (715)528-3470 or email jsteber@co.florence.wi.us
Florence is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Visit www.florencecountywi.com for more information
Apply
To apply for this position, pelase submit a County employment application, resume, and three professional references to:
       Florence County Clerk's Office
       RE: Child and Family Social Worker
       PO Box 410, Florence, WI 54121
OR apply by email to: dtrudell@co.florence.wi.us




Curative Connections is Hiring a Dementia Program Team Leader

Curative Connections is now hiring a Team Leader - Reflections Program

This person is responsible for the daily operations of the Adult Day Program. Responsibilities include supervising staff, developing recreational programming for clients, assisting clients with personal care, managing a client caseload and advocates for the program participants.

Hours: Fulltime, no nights or weekends!
Wage: $12.00-$14.00 per hour

For more information, please visit our website www.curativeconnections.org and apply today!

Contact us at newapplicant@curativeconnections.org


 

Part Time AODA Counselor at Community Treatment Center

Note: This is 0.8 part-time, 30 hour per week position, 3 evenings required per week. The remainder hours would be during normal business hours.

Primary responsibilities for this position is to provide case management services for those with drug and alcohol issues as well as mental health conditions. Provides appropriate AODA services including intake, assessment, case management, and direct services to consumers who have mental health and substance use issues (when co-occurring), including engaging and providing these services in the community. The position will also provide outpatient AODA counseling as needed by the clinic. IDP assessments will utilize WAID and other necessary tools needed to complete the assessment and make appropriate referrals.

Essential Duties:
  • Screens and assesses clients referred for AODA services for appropriateness and their service needs.
  • Participates in evaluation of client needs and strengths. Assists in designing supports and interventions.
  • Interview and completes a bio-psychosocial assessment on each client except for IDP where the WAID is completed.
  • Provides counseling/crisis intervention; to individuals, couples, and families in individual and group modalities.
  • Provides linkage to other services or support systems in the community.
  • Works with a multi-disciplinary team, actively communicating on client needs and problem-solving solutions.
  • Plans, recommends, and implements referrals of clients and their families to appropriate agencies for treatment and follow up.
  • Coordinates various and specific referrals to decrease duplication of services and increase cooperation between service providers.
  • Works with clients and their families regarding three signature alcohol commitment, explains nature of probable cause hearings, commitment hearings and re-commitment hearings to clients and their significant others.
  • Acts as liaison with staff from contract counties, referral agencies, or other treatment programs regarding client referral, treatment, progress, and discharge recommendations.
  • Provides primary case management for assigned clients, including assessment, treatment planning, monitoring, and evaluations, which can include monitoring commitments and hold opens.
  • Develops and implements service plans that provide for appropriate mental health services to clients and their families.
  • Screens and assesses clients referred from the court system, employee assistance programs, Department of Motor Vehicles, and other related agencies.
  • Provides community education; serves as a consultant to other agencies, industries, and committees regarding chemical dependency and AODA treatment programs.
  • Coordinates referrals to residential treatment programs including thorough assessment for all clients. Fulfills all mandated reporting duties to the appropriate agencies and departments required.
  • Assists in program development and participates in program implementation.
  • Supervises students and other trainees, as assigned.
  • Attends staff meetings, in-services and outside agency training sessions.
  • Maintains the confidential nature of client and business information.
  • Complies with all local, state, and federal laws governing clients and the rendering of services.
  • Completes and maintains necessary documentation according to applicable requirements, codes and policies.
  • Performs related functions as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications Required:
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in health/social services discipline, plus two years experience in alcohol and other drug abuse field; a background or interest in working with consumers who are either currently using, or have a history of IV drug use or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities. Masters preferred.

Licenses and Certification:
Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) required.
Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) preferred.
Valid Wisconsin Driver's License.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • Knowledge of alcohol and other drug abuse dynamics, theories, programs and treatment methods.
  • Knowledge of AODA Confidentiality Laws (state/federal regulations).
  • Ability to form positive relationships and engage clients and their families in treatment.
  • Ability to relate well to both the professional and nonprofessional members of the alcoholism, criminal justice, and health care community.
  • Ability to assess, evaluate and diagnose chemical dependency and other related issues and determine the need for service.
  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and the public.
Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Job Type: Part-time
Location: Community Treatment Center, 3150 Gershwin Dr. Green Bay, WI

To print Job Information click here: https://agency.governmentjobs.com/browncounty/job_bulletin.cfm?JobID=2134103
To apply, click here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/2134103/aoda-counselor-part-time-30-hours-per-week/agency/browncounty/apply


 

Catholic Charities in Waukesha WI is recruiting a Behavioral Health Therapist

Job Summary
Start Date: ASAP
Employment Term and Type: Regular, Full or Part Time
Hours per Week: 20-40
Work Hours (i.e. Shift): 8:30am - 5:00pm
Salary and benefits: $38,000.
     - Supervision to obtain or complete certification requirements
     - Continued Education
     - Health, Dental, Vision, FSA, and 403(b)
     - Employer paid Life Insurance and Short Term Disability
     - Generous PTO structure plus 11 Paid Holidays
     - Employee Assistant Program, Mileage, and Cellphone Reimbursement
     - Business Casual Dress Everyday with Casual Fridays
Required Education: Master's Degree
Required Experience: Open
Job Description
Who are we?
Since 1920, our culture at Catholic Charities has been defined by our mission to “provide service to those in need, to advocate for justice and to call upon others to do the same.” We provide several social services that focus on serving the poor, vulnerable, and marginalized in communities across the 10 counties of Southeastern Wisconsin.

A career at Catholic Charities blends social service with professional advancement. Our staff is made up of a diverse group of individuals who are committed to serving clients of all faiths and backgrounds.
 

What is the purpose of our Behavioral Health Services?
At Catholic Charities, our Behavioral Health/Counseling Services recognize the added challenges of people living in poverty and accepts patients who do not have any means to pay, as well as those with limited resources, on a sliding fee scale adjusted to an individual's or family's size and financial situation. Additionally, third party insurance payers, Medicare and Medicaid are accepted.
 

What will I do as a Therapist at Catholic Charities?
As a Bilingual Behavioral Health Therapist, you will provide in-office psychotherapy, counseling, and other related services to individuals, couples, families and groups.  You will also conduct educational and supportive counseling sessions to groups, including critical incident response services.  Our Therapists regularly collaborate with other Programs within the Agency to provide psychotherapy support to achieve both client and Program goals.
 
Why should I apply?
This is the perfect opportunity for a qualified, compassionate Therapist looking to address a wide range of diagnoses in the local community for those who often times cannot afford this support elsewhere.   If you have a genuine passion for helping the less fortunate and those who are most in need in our communities reach their goals, you will find fulfillment at Catholic Charities.

Therapists provide in-office services Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm, as well as benefits such as ongoing training and accreditation, competitive Health, Dental, and Vision insurance, Paid Time Off, Holidays, and 403(b) plan with company matching and contribution.
 

What are the requirements?
Therapists are required to have completed a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) in a related counseling field.  Post graduate clinical practice (i.e. LPC, MFT) and 3,000 hour certification is a plus, but is not required as Catholic Charities offers supervision to obtain certification hours. 

Applicants must be available for at least 20 hours during regular business hours. Fluency in Spanish and English is required.

Does this sound like the perfect fit for you? Apply today! We applaud your commitment to enriching lives of those in our communities one person at a time.
 
Catholic Charities is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, on-the-job injury, sexual orientation, political affiliation or belief. Employment decisions are made without consideration of these or any other factors that employers are prohibited by law from considering.

Catholic Charities also prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and will reasonably accommodate applicants with a disability, upon request, and will also ensure reasonable accommodation for employees with a disability.

Click here to apply




ADRC Job Opportunity: Community Outreach Specialist

Full-time position available to cultivate strategic partnerships through community outreach activities in Brown County. Acts as a community catalyst by building relationships with towns, villages, businesses, service clubs, schools and non-profit organizations in order to reach under-served populations and increase access to nutrition services. Acts as a liaison for the ADRC throughout Brown County as part of a comprehensive community outreach plan.

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in communications, public relations, human service or related field and a combination of education and experience that include not less than two years working with older adults, adults with disabilities, volunteers, community organizing or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Bi-lingual is a plus. Valid driver's license and access to insured vehicle required.

Go to www.adrcofbrowncounty.org click on ADRC Employment page for more information about this position.

Submission Deadline: Sunday, October 21, 2018.



DEADLINE EXTENDED: Full & Part-time Positions at St. John's Homeless Shelter

Join the St. John's team! Hiring for Full and Part-time Positions.

St. John's is a seasonal, overnight shelter for homeless adults. Our mission is to ensure that homeless individuals in our community with unmet needs have access to a safe, warm and caring environment.

TO APPLY: For all positions, submit a cover letter and resume indicating your interest in and qualifications for the position.

Open positions:

  • Full-time, year-round Overnight Security position (deadline Nov. 1)
  • Full-time, year-round Night Shift Coordinator (deadline Nov. 1)
  • Part-time, seasonal Team Lead (deadline Nov. 1)
  • Part-time, seasonal Safety Staff (deadline Nov. 1)
  • Part-time, seasonal Support Staff (deadline Nov. 1)
https://www.stjohnhomelessshelter.org/staff




Join the Options for Independent Living Team: Accessibility Assessment Specialist Job Opportunity

Join the Options for Independent Living Team as our newest Accessibility Assessment Specialist!

The services provided by the Accessibility Assessment Specialist will impact people with disabilities, increasing their ability to lead more independent and productive lives! This team member will provide assessments for residential and vehicle modifications, as well as other types of assessments. Based on the assessments, the successful candidate will prepare comprehensive reports for recommended modifications, adaptive equipment, etc.

Job Responsibilities:
  • Provide accessibility assessment and technical assistance specific to assistive technology and modifications for residences that could be either owned or rented by people with disabilities.
  • Assessments will also be done for vehicles, mobility devices, patient lifts or other related equipment.
  • Provide a comprehensive written report and drawing specifications, if appropriate, for referral source and subsequent contractor. Each report will list findings of barriers and specific recommendations to remedy each barrier. The goal is to create maximum independence and provide financially responsible justification for the recommendations.
  • Assist in promotion and utilization of accessible showcase model home and office complex for the educate people with disabilities and others about "universal design," assistive technology, and other features that increase independence.
  • Practice and promote the Independent Living Philosophy in all aspects of this position. The Independent Living Philosophy promotes independent living services that are driven and directed by people with disabilities, serve people with all types of disabilities, and promote equal opportunities, self-determination, and self-respect. Core services provided by Independent Living Centers include advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills training, peer support, and transition services.
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to suep@optionsil.org. If you have questions, contact Sue Premo, Executive Director at 920-393-1045. The application deadline is Monday, October 22nd.

 


Brown County Homeless and Housing Coalition Seeking Coordinated Entry Specialist

The purpose of this position is to streamline access to housing and services while addressing barriers that prevent people from getting and staying housed. Primarily responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Coordinated Entry System for Brown County. The ideal candidate will be dependable, organized, and ethical with a high level of integrity along with the ability to establish and maintain positive and collaborative relationships. Some knowledge/experience of the issues, challenges, and complexity of homelessness preferred.

https://www.indeedjobs.com/brown-county-homeless-and-housing-coalition/_hl/en_US?cpref=JXWAtnzf3XWjLOi4YeVNLhRSoEeMyZToGwaj_2Y0hKM



 



Foundations Health & Wholeness Job Openings

Foundations Health & Wholeness is expanding, and is now seeking to fill multiple positions:

  • Outpatient Therapist
  • Finance Coordinator
  • Foster Care Case Manager (two positions available! --one in Milwaukee, one in Sheboygan)
Please visit foundationsgb.org/about/employment for full job descriptions and application instructions.




Dickinson County Healthcare System has an immediate opening for a Social Worker

This position will provide Social Service to patients and their family. Act as a liaison between medical, nursing staff, patients, and relatives and appropriate outside agencies to facilitate the need of the patient.

Successful candidate must have a B.S.W. or related degree and current social work licensure, or be license eligible, by the State of Michigan Board of Licensing and Regulation. At least one year of social work experience in an acute care hospital or health related agency is preferred, along with an understanding of medical terminology.

DCH System offers a highly competitive wage and benefit package. Qualified applicants may send their resumes to:

Dickinson County Healthcare System
ATTN: Human Resources/LC
1721 South Stephenson Avenue
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
906-776-5406 or 1-800-236-3264
FAX: 906-776-5791

Applications are available on our Web Site at www.dchs.org

EOE
 


Fox Valley Autism Treatment Program is Hiring

Fox Valley Autism Treatment Program is currently hiring college students for full or part time employment and/or a paid internship as a Behavioral Treatment Technician. Positions are primarily after school (after 3 pm), in Green Bay, Fox Cities, and all surrounding rural areas. We are an in-home autism program, which means we use Applied Behavior Analysis techniques to teach a variety of skills in the areas of communication, social and play skills, self help skills, attending, and self-regulation.  We also work within the community to help children generalize skills.

Requirements for this position are listed below. Pay rate starts at $11 per hour with annual merit raises. Travel to each shift is paid at the rate of $5 per shift. Schedules are somewhat flexible, working around class times and other employment. Typically shifts are 2-4 hours each, depending on what is appropriate for each client. You would work under the supervision of a Behavioral Treatment Therapist and receive paid training.

Position Requirements:

  • A high school diploma is required.
  • Previous experience working with children and/or children with disabilities is encouraged.
  • Educational experience in the area of human services, human development, or teaching is encouraged.
  • Must have car insurance on file with us in order to transport a child.
  • A background check must be completed and passed.
  • All paperwork must be completed and turned in before a paycheck will be issued.
  • Must of 18 years of age or older.
If interested in emailing us regarding the position, please include the following information:
Name:
Phone:
E-mail address:
Relevant work experience if any:
Days/times available:
How many hours a week you want:
Where do you live and How far you are willing to travel:
Do you speak any other languages?
Are you in college? If so what is your major?
What year and where did you graduate high school?

Please email responses to: staffing@foxvalleyautism.com

 

 

Innovative Services Inc. is Hiring

Innovative Services Inc, is now hiring Part Time and Full Time caregivers on all shifts! If interested please apply on our website, or stop in at our office at 2960 Allied St, Green Bay, WI to fill out an application in person!
Positions Currently Open

  • Direct Care Professional - CCS
  • Direct Support Professional
  • Direct Support Professional - Crisis Program
  • Direct Support Professional - Float Position
  • Direct Support Professional - Mental Health Support
  • Direct Support Professional - CBRF
  • District Manager
  • Mental Health Therapist
  • Program Manager
  • Skills Trainer
  • VOC Job Coach
  • Vocational Direct Support Professional
  • Youth Behavioral Specialist
  • Youth Behavioral Specialist - Level 5 Shift Staffed Foster Home
  • Youth Program Manager
For more information click here

 

Wise Women Gathering Place is Hiring!

Wise Women Gathering Place has a current opening for a Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program Specialist. Click on the Job Description on our website for more details, to download or print. Know someone who may be interested? Please share!
https://www.wisewomengp.org/about-us/employment/

 

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living Job Opening: Foster Care Program Case Manager

Oversee the the clinical and case management services provided to foster children in their foster home, school and community.

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Collaborate with Referral Coordinator to identify appropriate placements for children referred to the program
  • Develop and routinely review, in collaboration with the treatment team, a comprehensive treatment plan that promotes the health and stability of the foster youth and family
  • Assess foster youth and foster family needs and coordinate meeting assessed needs with Service Specialist
  • Communicate and collaborate with school districts, county human services and other community entities to meet foster youth's needs and promote success
  • Provide bi-weekly psychoeducation to foster youth and foster families
  • Assist in Foster Parent Training
  • Complete accurate documentation of foster youth and foster family contact in a timely manner
  • Assess for safety of foster youth in multiple environments
  • Foster youth transportation, as required
  • Participation in supervision, team meetings and group programming
  • Attending trainings as designated by manager
Require skills, knowledge and abilities:
  • Advanced knowledge of safety, communication and conflict resolution
  • Advance knowledge of children/adolescents, mental health, and trauma-informed care
  • Knowledge of child welfare system
  • Flexible schedule to include some evening hours (4-6 pm) and urgent response support needs
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
Experience and Qualifications:
  • Experience with at-hope populations. Preferred experience with the foster care system
  • Pass background check
  • Proof of Automobile Insurance and valid driver's license
  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field and at least 2 years experience, or Master's Degree in Social Work or related field
  • Professionally Licensed by the State of Wisconsin
Interested candidates can submit their resume and cover letter to Jennifer at jlinzmeier@advocateswi.com 


 

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living is Hiring a Service Specialist

Interact one-on-one or in a group setting with clients regarding academic, relational and behavioral goals.

Primary Responsibilities: Deliver quality services, on-site and in the community, in a way that most benefits the client and their team, while working toward establishing recovery plan goals.

Other Responsibilities:
  • Provide consistent, effective communication, as required (includes clients, client families and teams, referral sources and outside collaborators)
  • Timely submission of required service documentation and notes
  • Maintain accurate record of client information as required
  • Participation in supervision, team meetings and group programming
  • Attending trainings as designated by manager
  • Maintaining professionalism at all times when representing Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living
  • Creating a safe and productive environment at all times
  • Transportation of clients, as required
Required skills, knowledge and abilities:
  • Ability to understand client needs and issues
  • Ability to give and receive feedback
  • Ability to identify activities that correlate with recovery plan goals
  • Ability to operate in a positive, dynamic, trauma-informed learning environment
  • Ability to positively engage with individuals from diverse backgrounds
  • Ability to clearly communicate with individuals of varying communication skills
  • Ability to document and submit accurate information
  • Appropriate knowledge of mental health, social services, personal safety and conflict resolution
  • Flexible schedule, if required (evenings, weekends, etc.)
Experience and Qualifications
  • Experience with at-hope populations (preferred)
  • Pass background check
  • Proof of Automobile Insurance and valid driver's license
  • High-school diploma, Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in a human service related field (depending on level employment)
Interested candidates can submit their resume and cover letter to Jennifer at jlinzmeier@advocateswi.com


 

Curative Connections is Hiring

Join the Adult Day Programs Team; where you will partner with our clients as we offer an opportunity to engage with others through meaningful activities and provide assistance as necessary. This high-energy job requires a lot of heart and desire to improve the lives of those we serve. Experience leading activities is required. Experience with the aging population and/or persons with disabilities is beneficial. Willingness to commit to our mission is a must!

Hours: Variable - no nights or weekends
Wage: $10.50 per hour

Apply online today!

 


Golden House is Looking for Advocates to Join Our Team

The mission of Golden House is to provide safety and support to victims of domestic abuse while leading community efforts to end domestic violence. We are recruiting individuals who have a passion for advocating and empowering domestic violence victims as they address their individual needs through the social service and legal justice systems. Advocates also provide supportive services to victims and their children, including: safety planning, individual and group counseling, resource direction and connection, legal advocacy, and community awareness/prevention.

For full advocate position description, please visit our website at www.goldenhousegb.org. Qualified applicants can email resume and cover letter to holli@goldenhousegb.org.


 

NASW Jobs

The NASW has developed a new email list that members can join upon request. People on this list receive information about social work job openings at various organizations and agencies as they come in. For more information about NASW or becoming a member, please click here.