We are hiring

The Intensive InCommunity (IIC) support program was established to increase counseling / support to youth and their families to reduce the barriers to community resources associated to seeking services. We are hiring Licensed clinicians working in New Jersey.

Licensed Providers: Professional counselor (LPC) , Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Marriage & Family Therapists (LMFT) and Licensed Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) clinicians in Multi-county areas.

🏠Jersey Innovative Services is offering other mental health positions for LAC, LSW, CADC, and MFTs looking for more experience working with children/youth in crisis and family conflict.

Come be a part of our team JIS Externship:
– continue learning from your Masters
– can help you be more confident
– counseling with support
– move at your own pace
– learn about youth in crisis
– increase knowledge in family conflict
– increase your comfort level
– in session supervision
– build a peer, professional network

This program provides in-person, confidential, non-medical, counseling services to support youth ages 3 – 21 and their support system by licensed clinicians. Come be a part of our team!

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🏠Jersey Innovative Services is also looking for mentors & behavioral assistants (BA). Those candidates interested in working with children, youth and parents/guardians in the community holding high school & Bachelor’s degrees.

If you would like to make a difference in the life of a child, help mold a youth, and support our mission to strengthen our community, then come be a part of JIS! Perfect situation for:
– giving back to the community
– going into teaching, counseling or social work
– experience in social services
– recent college graduates
– retired professionals
– paraprofessionals
– part-time employment

Behavioral Assistants (BAs) also known as clinical assistants work as a part of a team collaborating with a care/case manager, mental health therapist and partners to help children and youth in our community.

Mentors meet with youth building confidence, finding jobs, practicing interviewing skills and exploring vocations. A mentor can also explore social and community opportunities, locate recreational outlets, and build on skills.

Contact: info@workingwithfamilies.com

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