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Reporting to the Clinical and Outreach Supervisor, the Mental Health Therapist- II provides direct clinical and psychoeducational services to individuals, minors, families and groups. The Mental Health Therapist- II facilitates client education and support groups, and promotes domestic violence awareness and prevention through community presentations and outreach.
Provides Family Advocacy/Case Management Support Services for at-risk families, foster/adoptive and relative caregivers with children aged birth through eighteen (0-18) years including those who are in crisis. Responsibilities include assessing families needs; developing an empowerment plan; teaching families how to access community services; and coaching families on parenting and daily living skills as needed for the safety and stability of their children. Administers an assessment tool during client intakes and presents cases at weekly Case Management Meetings. The Family Support Advocate is located at the Family Resource Center and meets clients in the office, home, school or court, as needed. The on-site supervisor for the Family Advocate position at the FRC is the FRC Coordinator.
Friendly Center is a non-profit family resource center that offers free programs and services to low- income people in the Orange County community.
The FRC Coordinator implements, supervises and oversees all programs and services and supervises program staff in Orange. Identifies potential programs and services that will serve the low-income community
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Under the supervision of the Program Supervisors for Minnie Street and Newport Mesa FRC, the Community Engagement Coordinator will have the responsibility of coordinating the work of the Community Engagement Advisory Committee (CEAC) and Youth Action Council (YAC) at both the Newport Mesa and Minnie Street Family Resource Centers. This position will also work to recruit, develop schedules, and provide direction to all volunteers at the FRCs. Responsibilities include recruiting, organizing and leading a team of volunteers to work collaboratively to support MSFRC and NMFRC, and coordinating and facilitating CEAC and/or YAC meetings and events. Additionally, the employee will be in charge of the Personal Empowerment Program for both FRCs including registration of participants, data entry and facilitation of the classes
The Community Initiatives Manager is responsible for overseeing the effective implementation of special projects that are managed directly by Charitable Ventures, including public contracts and initiatives.
Under the direction of the Director of Client Services, the ideal candidate will:
- Provide guidance, instruction, and support to initiative staff
- Establish and implement a strategy towards identifying and pursuing new community initiative opportunities that are in alignment with the agency mission, vision, and values
- Participate in community collaboratives and meetings as relevant towards the success of community initiatives