Mountain Valley Child and Family Services (MVCFS) provides individualized treatment for youth and teens, ages 10-21 in residential treatment in Nevada City and Sacramento, and TBS services throughout the Bay area. We are located on a 900-acre ranch setting, which provides a therapeutic space for the youth to be outdoors and doing activities such as wood shop, welding, caring for animals, sports and more with the support of awesome staff like YOU!
MVCFS is currently seeking Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist at our Nevada City, CA location. The MHRS specialist is responsible for providing therapeutic behavioral interventions and replacement skill-building strategies for clients, assisting as a mental health worker, and intensive home based services. MHRS specialists partner with child and therapeutic team to achieve and maintain the goals as defined in the treatment plan, and are responsible for daily progress notes and other required documentation.
Provide therapeutic behavioral interventions and replacement skill-building strategies to clients Work with client and families to achieve and maintain goals as defined in TBS treatment plan
Billable services include Assessment, Collateral, Rehabilitation/Behavior Coaching, Plan Development, and documentation of services
Coordinate schedule with client house team
Meet all confidentiality and mandated reporter guidelines for STRTP and Group Home services
Daily check-in regarding sessions to Clinical Program Supervisor
Attend weekly supervision meeting
Be available to attend case conferences, staff meetings, team meetings, and IEPs as needed
Know and utilize CIMH materials for best practices
Complete all paperwork, Monthly Progress reports, required MVCFS and county trainings
Bi-lingual stipend available, Full-time
Compensation: Competitive Hourly rate / DOE
Comprehensive employee benefits package, excellent training opportunities, and ongoing professional development, as well as a collaborative team environment!
MA in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or other related discipline,Plus 2 years’ experience; or
BA in Social Work, Psychology, or other related discipline, Plus 4 years’ experience; or
AA degree plus 6 years’ experience in a group home, SED classroom, day treatment, or equivalent setting
Experience working with children and their families in a variety of mental health settings, preferred.
Experience providing crisis assessment, management, and interventions, preferred.
Strong written, verbal, and organizational skills.
Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team with a diverse population of clients.
Ability to utilize Microsoft Office applications, Email, electronic health record systems
Will successfully complete a DOJ Criminal Background Check, Drug Screen, and provide DMV record
Mountain Valley Child and Family Services provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to age, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.