Career Opportunities

The Family Center has extensive experience in developing programs for families affected by cancer, HIV/AIDS and other serious illnesses. The agency has been a pioneer in the research and design of services addressing permanency planning and disclosure.

We provide a rewarding work environment for our talented and dedicated staff. In addition, TFC employees receive the following benefits:

• Health and Dental Benefits

• 403(B) Retirement Plan

• Four Weeks’ Annual Leave

• Tuition Reimbursement Program

• Long Term Disability Plan

• Flexible Spending Account

• TransitChek Program

Join our team that works to strengthen vulnerable New Yorkers and their families!
The Family Center staff celebrates their work strengthening vulnerable New Yorkers at a July 2021 garden party in Brooklyn.

CERTIFIED COMMUITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINIC NURSE

The Family Center’s service array includes integrated Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Legal Services, as well as a wide range of supportive services to assist patients with meeting their treatment and life goals.  The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Nurse (CCBHC Nurse) sees patients, conducting health screening and monitoring and providing health physicals. The CCBHC Nurse promotes an interdisciplinary approach to care and ensures integration of services within the agency and with collaborating providers. The CCBHC Nurse provides consumers with treatment education and support and is tasked with motivating consumers to remain connected to all care, including primary medical care. The CCBHC Nurse reports to the Deputy ED for Behavioral Health & Supportive Services.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide health monitoring and conduct health physicals for CCBHC consumers.
  • Work collaboratively with treatment team to ensure consumer’s integrated treatment plans address physical health needs.
  • Serve as CCBHC liaison with health provider partners (Designated Collaborating Organizations), including FQHCs, the Veteran’s Administration Health System, and area hospitals and treatment facilities.
  • Assist with linkage to medical care for individual consumers and participate in discharge planning for consumers being released from facility care.
  • Provide consultation and education to CCBHC treatment team to strengthen all members’ understanding of prevalent consumer health needs and common barriers to adherence.
  • Assist with planning and implementation of strategies to improve individual consumer compliance with medical treatment.
  • Ensure care meets all Trauma Informed Best Practice criteria.
  • Promote an interdisciplinary approach to service delivery.
  • Work collaboratively with project leadership and supportive resources to ensure that patients have access to comprehensive patient and family health educational programs.
  • Collaborate with other members of the project team in development, implementation, and ongoing review of policies, procedures, and standards of care.

REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing; Certification in specialty area preferred
  • NYS current nursing licensure
  • Minimum 4 years of nursing experience, preferably including experience in an Integrated Care setting.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience working with impoverished communities whose members are at high risk for chronic health conditions.
  • Spanish bilingual, preferred.

Salary Range: $80,000-$90,000 per year

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put “CCBHC Clinic Nurse” in subject line.

 

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

FAMILY COORDINATOR, HIV HEALTH PROMOTION

The Family Center is a not-for-profit organization providing social and legal services to families affected by life threatening parental illness, absence, and loss. The Family Center has been the pioneer in the design and research of health care coordination and education, permanency planning and advocacy services that address the myriad of issues that challenge families. Please visit our website at www.thefamilycenter.org to learn more about our services.

The Family Coordinator provides individual and group services to New Yorkers living with HIV and their loved ones. The Family Coordinator delivers interventions that promote engagement and retention in HIV primary care, specialty care and needed behavioral health services. The Family Coordinator reports to the Health Promotion Supervisor.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide home-based and agency-based case management and supportive counseling to address barriers to stability.
  • Conduct thorough assessments and develop services plans/treatment goals to be updated every six months.
  • Assess and address unmet needs of participants including connection to medical care, mental health care and other essential services, making and following up on internal and external referrals
  • Provide accompaniment to medical or other appointments as appropriate to support attendance, promote self-efficacy and provide psychoeducation.
  • Provide individual psychoeducation related to HIV diagnosis, treatment, transmission and available services and supports.
  • Facilitate psychoeducation and support groups.
  • Deliver and document services, including evidence-based interventions with fidelity to program and agency protocol.
  • Document all work with clients in electronic health record.
  • Manage field schedule and use remote access tools to coordinate and communicate with supervisor, colleagues, and clients remotely.
  • Maintain a caseload of 20-25 clients.
  • Participate in individual and group supervision, debriefing sessions, and team meetings.
  • Any special projects and/or other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated knowledge of HIV disease and treatment and self-management barriers and supports.
  • Experience with use of motivational interviewing approaches to promote positive behavior change, including to address barriers to treatment for mental health and/or substance use concerns.
  • High school diploma or equivalent considered with three years’ experience in social service delivery setting, Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • Experience facilitating groups including through the use of evidence-based interventions.
  • Bilingual Spanish a plus.

Salary Range: $40,000-$45,000 per year

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put “Family Coordinator, HIV Health Promotion” in subject line.

 

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

 

Group Intervention Coordinator, Family Stabilization Services

The Family Center is a not-for-profit organization providing social and legal services to keep families stronger, longer. The Family Center has been the pioneer in the design and research of care coordination, supportive counseling, permanency planning and advocacy services that address the myriad of issues that challenge families headed by families impacted by illness, crisis and loss. Please visit our website at www.thefamilycenter.org to learn more about our services.

The Group Intervention Coordinator oversees planning, recruitment, delivery and quality management of a range of psychosocial support groups, parenting trainings and recreational activities for vulnerable families, parents and kinship caregivers. The Group Intervention Coordinator provides support to colleagues on group facilitation skills, monitors fidelity to evidence-based models and supervises part-time Peer Specialists and consultant facilitators. They also manage a small caseload of families for individual intervention and/or case management. They report to the Family Stabilization Supervisor.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop quarterly calendar of group interventions, recreational activities and workshops responsive to contractual deliverables.
  • Facilitate a variety of group interventions and activities, including but not limited to Parenting Journey and Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma.
  • In consultation with Supervisor, develop and maintain systems to monitor fidelity to and outcomes of group interventions.
  • Provide group and individual supervision to staff and consultant facilitators.
  • Maintain a caseload of 4-8 families, providing home and community-based assessment, crisis intervention, care management, parenting coaching and support.
  • Conduct thorough assessments using a variety of locally-developed and standardized tools and develop meaningful service plan goals.
  • Conduct outreach to promote TFC’s groups and other services among providers and community members.
  • Deliver all services with fidelity to program and agency protocol and document accurately in electronic health record system.
  • Any special projects and/or other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field preferred but not required.
  • At least 4 years’ experience providing parenting skills training to vulnerable families, including delivering evidence-based interventions.
  • Familiarity with common resource and support needs of low-income families.
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put “Group Intervention Coordinator, Family Stabilization Services” in subject line.

 

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

Group Intervention Specialist, Health Promotion

The Family Center’s service array includes Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Health Promotion, Legal Services, as well as a wide range of supportive services for individuals and families. The Family Center has been the pioneer in the design and research of care coordination, supportive counseling, permanency planning and advocacy services for people living with HIV and other serious illness since 1994.

The Group Intervention Specialist develops and delivers a range of group interventions, recreational activities and workshops aimed at promoting physical and emotional health, primarily for adults living with HIV. They provide support to colleagues on group facilitation skills and monitor fidelity to evidence-based models. They also manage a small caseload of clients for individual intervention and/or case management. They report to the Health Promotion Program Supervisor.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop quarterly calendar of group interventions, recreational activities and workshops responsive to contractual deliverables.
  • Facilitate a variety of group interventions and activities, including but not limited to Seeking Safety.
  • In consultation with Supervisor, develop and maintain systems to monitor fidelity to and outcomes of group interventions.
  • Provide group supervision and individual coaching to staff and peer facilitators on group facilitation skills.
  • Maintain a small caseload, providing home and field-based assessment, supportive counseling and care management.
  • Conduct thorough assessments using a variety of locally-developed and standardized tools and develop meaningful service plan goals.
  • Conduct outreach to promote TFC’s groups and other services among providers and community members.
  • Deliver all services with fidelity to program and agency protocol and document accurately in electronic health record system.
  • Any special projects and/or other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Health Education or related field preferred but not required.
  • At least 4 years’ experience delivering support and psychoeducational groups, including delivering evidence-based interventions.
  • Familiarity with common resource and support needs of people living with HIV.
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put Group Intervention Specialist, Health Promotion” in subject line.

 

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

HEALTH PROMOTION SUPERVISOR

The Family Center is a not-for-profit organization providing social and legal services to families affected by life threatening parental illness, absence and loss. The Family Center has been the pioneer in the design and research of healthcare coordination and education, permanency planning and advocacy services that address the myriad of issues that challenge families.  Please visit our website at www.thefamilycenter.org to learn more about our services.

The Health Promotion Supervisor is responsible for managing and supervising staff delivering services to individuals impacted by chronic diseases including HIV/AIDS, cancer, etc. through specialized programming including The Positive Life Workshop (TPLW), Supportive Counseling with Care Coordination, and 340B Program. In addition to ensuring that enrollment targets are met and quality services are provided, the Health Promotion Supervisor ensures integration of these services with other Family Center programs and maintains collaborating relationships with partner organizations and funders.  The Health Promotion Supervisor reports to the Director of Health Promotion and Care Coordination.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Oversee implementation of TPLW program components, including participant enrollment, intake and assessment, workshop delivery, and participant retention, in order to meet contractual targets.
  • Oversee the Supportive Counseling and Care Coordination to HIV+ clients, including participant enrollment, eligibility assessment, intake, service planning, service delivery, and outcome monitoring, in order to meet contractual targets.
  • Hire, train and supervise staff, consultants and peers involved in the recruitment for and delivery of TPLW and SCG program services.
  • Provide liaison with all TFC resources to ensure referrals for TPLW and SCG participants to medical, legal, mental health, care coordination, housing, and substance use services.
  • Provide support to staff responsible for overseeing 340B Drug Reimbursement program.
  • Develop and implement systems/protocols to ensure fidelity to evidence-based model including but not limited to TPLW and Seeking Safety.
  • Develop and implement Quality Assurance and Improvement protocols to maintain/improve engagement and retention of clients, quality of service delivery and client achievement of intended program outcomes.
  • Monitor and report staff productivity of all grant deliverables to ensure they are met.
  • Manage relationships with collaborative partners.
  • Manage disbursement of client incentives consistent with agency policy.
  • Work with agency quality management staff to ensure follow-up data collection and analysis.
  • Ensure timely and accurate reporting and service data entry into agency database and funder systems, including eSHARE.
  • Provide data and narrative for inclusion in monthly, semi-annual and annual reports to funders.
  • Provide reflective and task-focused supervision for all direct reports
  • Represent agency at meetings and conferences.
  • Special projects as requested.

 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master’s Degree and license in Social Work or its equivalent
  • Minimum three years’ experience providing services for PLWHA
  • Two years supervisory experience
  • Experience managing/meeting contractual mandates
  • Demonstrated attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put “Health Promotion Supervisor” in subject line.

 

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

HIV PEER OUTREACH SPECIALIST

The HIV Peer Outreach Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing outreach strategies aimed at HIV+ individuals and HIV-affected families across New York City.  They will represent the agency in various coalitions and networks, initiate and plan partnership meetings, and conduct outreach presentations and activities aimed at both consumers and providers. They will also provide support to The Positive Life Workshop, a peer-led HIV self-management workshop, assisting as needed with intake and enrollment, facilitation and client follow-up activities. They report to the HIV Treatment Education Manager.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Working with supervisor, develop and implement outreach strategies aimed at identifying and recruiting people living with HIV in need of TFC services.
  • Collaborate with Legal and Contracted Services managers to identify outreach priorities and strategies to meet contractual mandates.
  • Initiate and cultivate relationships with potential referring providers and partner organizations, including managing formal linkage agreements.
  • Conduct targeted outreach activities including presentations and tabling events, aimed at professionals and/or potential clients.
  • Conduct follow-up with potential clients engaged through outreach efforts.
  • Assist with planning, recruitment and hosting of outreach and in-reach events and workshops.
  • Facilitate Peer Engagement Groups as part of The Family Center's HIV self-management workshop, The Positive Life Workshop.
  • Document all outreach and engagement activities and client contact in TFC's EHR and using other tracking tools.
  • Represent the agency at various coalitions and/or community planning bodies.
  • Special projects and/or tasks as requested.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Living with HIV and willingness to self-disclose for peer outreach and engagement purposes.
  • Excellent engagement, oral and written communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and follow-up skills.
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • High energy and ability to multi-task
  • Strong computer skills, including Google Suite and Microsoft Office
  • Two years’ experience working in social services or public health fields.
  • HS Diploma or GED required
  • Training and Certification as a NYS HIV Peer Advocate a plus
  • Bilingual Spanish strongly preferred.

Please email resume, cover letter and one writing sample to tplw@thefamilycenter.org.

Put the words “HIV Peer Outreach Specialist” in the subject line of the email.

Please state salary requirements in the cover letter.

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

The Family Center (TFC) is a not-for-profit organization providing social and legal services to families affected by life threatening parental illness, absence and loss.  TFC has been the pioneer in the design and research of health care coordination and education, permanency planning and advocacy services that address the myriad of issues that challenge families.  Please visit our website at www.thefamilycenter.org to learn more about our services.

TFC’s Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) provides crisis Mental Health Services, Screening/Assessment/Diagnosis, including risk assessment, Person-Centered Treatment Planning, Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Primary care coordination/screening and monitoring of key health indicators and health risk services, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Case Management, and Social, Peer and Community Recovery Support.  The CCBHC program serves 300 adults and 50 children/youth annually. The Medical Director provides oversight and coordination of behavioral health, primary care and substance use services for the CCBHC program.  The Medical Director is a part-time position and reports to the Executive Director.

Requirements:

  • Intervenes as needed, clinically with clients in situations such as: Crisis, crisis intervention, risk, and special needs.
  • Meets monthly with each treatment and recovery team to review high risk clients
  • Ensure care meets all Trauma Informed Best Practice criteria
  • Reviews client records for quality of treatment documentation and planning.
  • Coordinates with other team members to monitor and ensure compliance with State licensing and regulatory standards.
  • Provides and facilitates quality assessment and improvement training, and staff development.
  • Participates in quality assurance and utilization review.
  • Provides appropriate training for project staff
  • Any other special projects and/or other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Education: M.D. or D.O. and Board Certification by ABPN in Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry required
  • Licensure: Current, valid, unrestricted New York medical license required
  • Relevant Work Experience: 5 years of clinical practice is required, preferable in managed care and/or substance use disorder treatment

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put “Medical Director” in subject line.

 

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

TFC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SOCIAL WORKER/THERAPIST

The Family Center Behavioral Health Social Worker/Therapist provides crisis Mental Health Services, Screening/Assessment/Diagnosis, Person-Centered Treatment Planning, Outpatient Mental Health Treatment.  The TFC Behavioral Health Services Department serves over 500 adults and children/youth annually.  The BHS Social Worker/Therapist provides evidence based treatment to assist adult and pediatric clients in meeting their life goals. The Social Worker/Therapist works closely with all members of the BHS Care team and maintains a caseload of 25-30 individuals and families. This is a full-time position.  Evening and Saturday hours may be required.  Depending on the needs of the client some home visits may be required.  S/he reports to the Behavioral Health Supervisor.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide evidence based therapeutic interventions for adults and children.
  • Ensure care meets all Trauma Informed Best Practice criteria.
  • Employ all evidence based treatment models with fidelity to developer protocols.
  • Screen, Assess, Diagnose clients as foundation for person-centered treatment planning.
  • Participate in reflective supervision of all cases, demonstrating progressive ability to critically assess own clinical work and actively engage with clinical supervisor to address areas in need of improvement.
  • Timely completion of all documentation required for service billing.
  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team which includes other social workers and family coordinators, psychiatrists and ancillary agencies to provide services to families and clients affected by mental illness such as NYS Department of Education, ACS , as needed.
  • Consistent follow up with all clients, and as appropriate families, to promote engagement and retention in services and to ensure all barriers to service access and use are addressed.
  • Assist clients in obtaining additional services as needed.
  • Provide Crisis Behavioral Health services crisis intervention services and crisis stabilization.
  • Work collaboratively with other agencies and outside providers to ensure seamless integration of services particularly for those with acute and complex needs.
  • Present to community groups about clinical issues which arise when working with families with chronic/terminal illness and with families headed by grandparent caregivers.
  • Participate in treatment and recovery team meetings to address needs of high-risk clients.
  • Any special projects and/or duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Mental Health or Family Therapy
  • Licensed LMSW, LCSW, LMHC or LMFT by the state of New York.
  • Minimum 4 years clinical service experience with TFC population or equivalent
  • Excellent writing skills, ability to submit documentation on a set timeline.
  • Demonstrated success working on an integrated care team.
  • Thorough understanding of DSM-V mental health diagnoses and treatment approaches for adults and children.
  • Familiar with Evidence Based Models of treatment (MI, CBT, DBT, TF-CBT)
  • Ability to provide professional, confidential services to families and function in a high paced environment.
  • Bilingual fluency a plus (Spanish, Creole)

Please email a resume, cover letter with salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org. Please put the words “Behavioral Health Services Social Worker/ Therapist" in the subject line of the e-mail.

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

TFC-CCBHC CASE MANAGER

The Family Center (TFC) is a not-for-profit organization providing social and legal services to families affected by life threatening parental illness, absence and loss.  TFC has been the pioneer in the design and research of health care coordination and education, permanency planning and advocacy services that address the myriad of issues that challenge families.  Please visit our website at www.thefamilycenter.org to learn more about our services.

The Family Center Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (TFC-CCBHC) provides crisis Mental Health Services, Screening/Assessment/Diagnosis, including risk assessment, Person-Centered Treatment Planning, Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Primary care coordination/screening and monitoring of key health indicators and health risk services, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Case Management, and Social, Peer and Community Recovery Support.  The TFC-CCBHC program serves 300 adults and 50 children/youth annually.  The CCBHC Case Manager assists in the full implementation of the program with a special focus on resolving barriers to engagement in services, ensuring linkage to medical care and assistance managing chronic health conditions, and facilitating integration of care for those individuals and families working with multiple service systems. The Care Manager works closely with all members of the CCBHC team and maintains a caseload of 30-35 individuals and families. This is a full-time position.  S/he reports to the Nurse Care Coordinator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Conduct comprehensive assessment of client’s individual and family case management needs.
  • Provide advocacy, translation, psychoeducation, escort and linkage to care for all the services that will help clients increase personal and family stability and achieve recovery goals.
  • Use MI, SBIRT and brief counseling to address barriers to achievement of recovery and case management goals.
  • Ensure coordination between CCBHC behavioral health providers and other internal and external providers serving each client.
  • Member of 24 hour Crisis team assisting with crisis intervention, crisis stabilization and mobile emergency response on rotating schedule.
  • Ensure that clients engage in primary care services including accompanying them to medical appointments, fitness activities, and nutritional education programs
  • Promote client coping skills
  • Conduct home/community visits to follow up on clients lost to follow up and to assess suitability of home for delivery of supportive interventions.
  • Collaborate with all members of treatment and recovery team to maximize integration of care across all systems and programs.
  • Facilitate group interventions.
  • Document all interactions with and on behalf of clients in the case record.
  • Develop mastery of Evidence Based models employed in the CCBHC.
  • Any other special projects and/or other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience providing services to vulnerable adults and children.
  • Excellent writing skills and attention to detail and follow-up.
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) preferred.

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put “TFC-CCBHC Case Manager” in subject line.

 

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

TFC-CCBHC CREDENTIALED ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (CASAC)

The Family Center Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (TFC-CCBHC) provides crisis Mental Health Services, Screening/Assessment/Diagnosis, Person-Centered Treatment Planning, Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Primary care coordination/screening Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Case Management, and Social, Peer and Community Recovery Support.  The TFC-CCBHC program serves 300 adults and 50 children/youth annually.  The CCBHC CASAC provides evidence based treatment to assist adult and youth clients in meeting their life goals. The CASAC works closely with all members of the CCBHC team and maintains a caseload of 25-30 individuals and families. This is a full-time position.  S/he reports to the Behavioral Health Supervisor - CCBHC.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide evidence based therapeutic interventions for adults and children.
  • Provide Crisis Behavioral Health services, including 24-hour emergency crisis intervention services, crisis stabilization, and mobile crisis response on rotating schedule.
  • Ensure care meets all Trauma Informed Best Practice criteria.
  • Employ all evidence based treatment models with fidelity to developer protocols.
  • Screen, Assess, Diagnose clients as foundation for person-centered treatment planning.
  • Participate in reflective supervision of all cases, demonstrating progressive ability to critically assess own clinical work and actively engage with clinical supervisor to address areas in need of improvement.
  • Timely completion of all documentation required for service billing.
  • Consistent follow up with all clients, and as appropriate families, to promote engagement and retention in services and to ensure all barriers to service access and use are addressed.
  • Assist clients in obtaining additional services as needed, including through the other components of TFC-CCBHC.
  • Work collaboratively with other agency and outside providers to ensure seamless integration of services particularly for those with acute and complex needs.
  • Participate in treatment and recovery team meetings to address needs of high-risk clients.
  • Any special projects as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • HS Diploma required. Associate Degree or College Credits Preferred.
  • Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor by the state of New York required.
  • Minimum 4 years counseling service experience with CCBHC population or equivalent
  • Excellent writing skills, ability to submit documentation on a set timeline.
  • Demonstrated success working on an integrated care team.
  • Familiar with Evidence Based Models of treatment (MI, CBT, DBT)
  • Ability to provide professional, confidential services to families and function in a high paced environment.
  • Bilingual fluency a plus (Spanish, Creole)

Please email resume with cover letter that includes salary requirements to jobs@thefamilycenter.org and put “TFC-CCBHC Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC)” in subject line.

The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Family Center is covered under FMLA.

For All Career Opportunities

Please email resume with cover letter to: JOBS@THEFAMILYCENTER.ORG. Please put "Job Title" in subject line of email. RESUMES WITHOUT COVER LETTERS THAT INCLUDE SALARY REQUIREMENT WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.


The Family Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Family Center is covered under The Family and Medical Leave Act.