This highly structured residential program provides comprehensive residential and clinical services to six males and females ages 13 – 19. These adolescents have a history of emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric difficulties that have resulted in problems in school, home, or the community. They are referred by the Department of Mental Health and other state agencies and attend school in the community. The goal of the program is to enhance personal, social, and independent living in order to prepare adolescents for reunification with their families or transition to independent living.
The Treatment Coordinator is responsible for developing and writing treatment and behavior plans, providing oversight of treatment blocks, maintaining collateral contacts, performing and assisting clinicians with youth assessments. The Treatment Coordinator also provides shift supervision, leads groups, and serves as a member of the leadership team in both the program and the CARS division. The Treatment Coordinator has on-call responsibilities and provides aftercare to the adolescents and their families.
Bachelor’s degree in related field, preferred, plus a minimum of three years of experience with adolescents, two of which include supervisory or clinical experience. Must have knowledge of writing treatment plans, assessments, and behavior plans.
Eligible candidates must be at least 20 years of age with a current, valid driver’s license and a minimum of a high school diploma or GED, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Candidates must be proficient on Microsoft Word.