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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Licensed Eligible Clinician for Outpatient Behavioral Health Program

  5/21/2020   New Alternatives
 Job Description        

Duties/Responsibilities: •Responsible to ensure assigned medical records comply with all State and County mandates regarding implementation of services; •Model a sense of urgency in execution of services in a short-term model •Participates in case consultation with direct care staff and psychiatrist as needed. •Remain available to assist with crisis assessment and intervention at locations as needed. •Responsible for completing a thorough assessment of need with youth and family to identify needs in the following areas: Primary Care physician, Substance Abuse treatment, support and/or treatment for domestic violence, medication management, therapy services, behavioral services, educational advocacy, and parenting education and support. •Utilize effective collaboration with community providers to increase youth and family follow through with referred services. •Participate in trainings, exhibit competency and utilize the following evidence based & promising practices: Trauma Informed Care practices, Motivational Interviewing, WRAP, additional as deemed appropriate. •Understand, embrace and be a TIC champion in ALL aspects of their role •Will act as ICC (intensive Case Coordinator) and perform all duties associated with ICC to ensure Pathways to Well-Being integrated and executed, when there is not another appropriate designee •Other duties as assigned. •Some evening and weekend hours may be required.



Bilingual/Bicultural preferred. Educational Requirements: Master’s degree in social work, marriage and family counseling or other field of study that qualifies for licensure in the State of California. Licensure/Certification Requirements: Current California BBS registration and intern number required. Other Experience Requirements: A minimum of 2-years’ experience working with youth and families, or adult/families in mental health or substance use and recovery capacity with a minimum of 2-years’ experience working with multidisciplinary teams. Prefer experience with youth in out-of-home placements.


 Additional Information        

New Alternatives, Inc. will be directing a certified outpatient behavioral health program, providing a full range of Title 9 outpatient diagnostic and treatment services for children, adolescents, and young adults (up to age 18). Services will be short-term (utilizing a 10-day model) and include assessment, individual/group/family treatment, crisis intervention, and medication management. Clinicians will deliver services in the areas of trauma, anger management, transgender youth, substance use disorders, and youth with parents addressing immigration and/or asylum issues. Clinician’s programming will be focused on providing a warm hand-off, case management, individual therapy and the rehabilitative services needed to support the child or youth in their transition. Full Time Benefits Excellent medical and dental benefits Vacation, Sick Time 403B Plan Family Fit Program through LA Fitness We are taking precautions due to COVID-19 and all our efforts will be thoroughly explained in the initial job interview. To apply, please email or fax cover letter & resume to information below.


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Zenia Palmeno-Serrano

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