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Supports the program treatment and intervention philosophy by instructing and assuring its implementation and practice by all unit staff in their work with youth. Supervise unit Youth Advocate I, Youth Advocate II, and Night Monitor Staff. Provide leadership for all members of the team; attend all necessary meetings; teach and guide staff through the use of on-going supervision.
Responsible for providing oversight of daily operations of the department ensuring that business tasks are completed efficiently. Provides guidance and oversees the organization of work flow to staff and volunteers in Counseling Services.
Performs all required adoption casework services for children in the foster care programs of this agency, for whom adoption is a permanency planning goal. In addition, the caseworker will complete family assessments for those individuals wishing to adopt infants and special needs children. Works collaboratively with pregnancy counselors and provides post-adoption services.
The mental health therapist will provide clinical service and needed related services for clients who are requesting Catholic based counseling services. This position will be filled by a faithful Catholic who is fully qualified to provide outstanding clinical and related services, and who will, where appropriate, ground the interventions and desired outcomes in Catholic values, as expressed in Scripture, in the Catechism, and elsewhere in teachings of the Catholic Church.
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.
The Counseling Services Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the clinical supervision and oversight to St. Vincent Catholic Charities Counseling Services, this role implements clinical protocol consistent with current research on clinical practice, assures compliance with all regulatory/contract standards and rules as they relate to clinical treatment, and collaborates with the team on a regular basis to ensure coordination of clinical and administrative functions.
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.
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.