Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center (TVHC, Inc.) is a premier provider of community-based healthcare in So. Alameda County. Our School Based/School Linked Program (SBSL) brings the full myriad of support services to the middle school/high school population, connecting students to clinical, medical, mental health, and integrated support services and programs.
We have an immediate opening Mental Health Worker II. This position will deliver high quality mental health services to diverse adolescent populations in one of our many on-site school based offices. Environment reflects youth empowerment, sex-positivity, anti-racist and social justice perspective.
The Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) program provides comprehensive adolescent mental health support services for at risk adolescents within Southern Alameda County. The Mental Health Worker provides individual crisis, long-term counseling, or mental health support services under EPSDT guidelines for adolescents, as well as training and consultation for other early intervention program staff(some travel required). Additional duties include intake/assessment/evaluation, preparation of reports, assist in program development, participate in multidisciplinary case conferencing/meetings, coordination of other TVHC services as needed. Clinical supervision and on-going training provided.
Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related field required. Certification/Licensure: MFT, LCSW, or Licensed Psychologist, or Registered Intern. Applicants must have experience with and exhibit a desire to work with an ethnically diverse adolescent population and their families, demonstrating sensitivity/understanding of special youth issues. Must provide own transportation, valid CA driver's license and proof of insurance. Bilingual in English/Spanish required. Computer literacy (mid to advance skill level); Experience working in school or health care setting.
Positions are open until filled. Resume to: TVHC-HR, 22331 Mission Blvd Hayward, CA 94541, Fax: (510) 690-0703; or by replying to this post