Seneca Family of Agencies
8945 Golf Links Road Oakland, CA 94605
Do you have a passion for creating impactful change in the community with at risk-youth? At Seneca, we take pride in being catalysts of change.
$5000 sign-on bonus for new Seneca employees in this position!
As a Crisis Social Worker, you will provide crisis and connective services to youth and families who are experiencing significant psychological, emotional, and behavioral problems that are interfering with their well-being in spaces including but not limited to client homes, hospitals, community spaces, etc. You will coordinate and implement treatment goals and service delivery for assigned clients up to 8 weeks at a time, meeting with clients and caregivers on a regular basis.
ABOUT THE PROGRAMS
The Mobile Response Team (MRT) is a short-term program which supports youth and their families in crisis when there are concerns for immediate safety. The MRT service is intended to offer families, schools, and providers an alternative to calling 911 when law enforcement may not be necessary for the level of presenting concerns. The goal is to?provide early intervention before crises escalate, to divert youth from more restrictive interventions, and reduce criminalization of mental health for youth.
The Short-Term Assessment of Resource and Treatment (START) Program provides stabilization services following a crisis involving a youth within the Pierce County community. The primary goals of the START Program are suicide prevention and safety planning, ongoing crisis management and development of coping skills for youth and their families along with collaboration with other treatment team providers serving the youth. The goal is to provide crisis stabilization and linkage to long-term services while providing same day crisis services in the home or community.
Provide therapeutic crisis intervention and stabilization, risk assessment and collaboration in times of acute crisis.
Provide case management services to ensure the successful transition of clients and their families to community-based resources.
Provide services to client that focus on skill building in all life domains
Cultivate and maintain relationships with community members and providers
Aid in care planning and consultation to team members on clinical issues, as well as casework issues, as appropriate
Participate in all treatment reviews, program meetings and trainings, and IEP meetings when necessary.
Complete mental health notes and other paperwork, and complete service tracking documentation as indicated.
Participate in weekly individual and group supervision
Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or similar field
Flexible schedule with ability to work evenings and weekends as needed
Must be 21 years of age or older
Clearance of TB test, fingerprints, and any other state or federal requirements
Own vehicle & valid Washington driver's license and insurability by Seneca's automobile insurance carrier
Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations
LMFT, LMHC, LICSW in Washington (may possess LMFTA, LSWAIC or LMHCA in accordance with Washington State Department of Health)
Experience working with youth
Contact Mario Suarez
Call or email us for more information. (510) 301-2981