Continuum services are community-based wraparound services that are designed to maintain youth within their homes and support families as the primary caregivers. This includes in-home family treatment, parent support, youth mentoring, youth and family outreach, care coordination and linkage with both formal and informal community resources and supports. The continuum will also provide long-term and short-term out-of-home care for youth who cannot be maintained safely at home (i.e., group home, pre-independent living, intensive foster care and respite).
The Clinical Care Coordinator will provide two to three hours per week of direct service for up to six youth and their families. More specifically, the Care Coordinator will:
Master's degree in Social Services related field, plus relevant training and experience in the treatment of youth with serious emotional disturbance (SED) and family systems. Candidate must have leadership skills, be flexible, and have excellent time-management skills as well as effective verbal and written communications skills. Candidates must have a reliable vehicle for home and community based services.