You can change lives! For more than 80 years, Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS) has been serving children, adults, and families in need. Through behavioral health, social services, and medical care, we provide quality services to people of all faiths to help resolve conflicts, cope with everyday living, and, ultimately, strengthen families. Become a life changer!
The Youth and Family Specialist provides on-going care coordination services to clients and families out-of-office in the community up to 50% of the time. This important role facilitates Child and Family Team (CFT) meetings and provides home or community-based therapeutic and supportive services as well as completing administrative tasks in accordance with agency procedures. The Youth and Family Specialist performs in accordance with the Child and Family Team process and the Behavioral Health Service Plan in obtaining community support, identifying resources, and resolving barriers. This is a collaborative position with the CFT, medical, treatment, and management team in implementing agency policies and procedures.
Bachelor’s Degree in a behavioral health related field or any discipline with at least one year full-time direct behavioral health work experience
Associate’s Degree with at least 2 years full-time direct behavioral health work experience
High School Diploma with 4 years full-time direct behavioral health work experience.
JFCS offers an excellent benefits package that includes: