Careers at STVCC
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Provides the children in the Residential Treatment Programs direct care support and counseling based on the asset building treatment plans developed by the therapist and treatment team.
Greet and receive clients, partners, visitors and the general public, both personally in the reception area and over the telephone. Assist clients with their requests; announce clients and visitors to the appropriate staff; transfer telephone calls to staff and/or voicemail as directed. Other duties as assigned.
Provides to the children in the Residential Treatment Program direct care support and counseling based on asset building treatment plans developed by the therapist and treatment team.
The Foster Care Therapist provides clinical services in the areas of individual and family therapy as well as assists, when needed, with case management service.
The Director is responsible for implementing and maintaining a system of internal controls that will ensure that the agency’s assets are adequately safeguarded and that all financial reporting is prepared in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles, the agency’s financial policies, contractual agreements and/or regulatory requirements.
The mental health/substance abuse therapist will provide clinical service and needed related services for clients who are eligible for and requesting mental health or substance abuse service from the clinic. The mental health/substance abuse therapist participates responsibly in the day-to-day operations of the clinic and agency.
Provide direct support to clients as directed, deemed or appropriate at the request and/or direction of supervisory staff. Direct support includes transportation, interpretation and translation of documents and services relating to clients, Program and Agency.
In collaboration with the multidisciplinary team (child/youth, family, DHHS case workers, adoption workers, guardian ad litem, residential supervisors, youth advocates, therapist, nursing coordinator, teachers, and psychiatrist) the Case Manager will generate and implement a strength-based, Initial Service Plan (ISP) that will function as the framework guiding treatment processes while the child/family participates in residential services.