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Therapist Reintegration / Human Trafficking

at Saint Francis Community Services

Posted: 9/5/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 16f04176-449a-4ff4-ab22-b422d1376901

Job Description

Ø  Engages children and families through various therapeutic services, including evidence based assessments, family and individual therapy, and therapeutic visitation.

Ø  Completes initial and ongoing assessments of children/youth and their families

Ø  Completes human trafficking assessments to identify risk level and/or confirmation

Ø  Develops and implements treatment plans children and families.

Ø  Provides intensive in-home and/or outpatient therapy to family/individual to include: attendance at initial team meeting assessments, education concerning early care and development, assist in forming a family support network, home-based support services and ancillary family-focused services

Ø  Provides intensive outpatient individual therapy with CSEC victims utilizing trauma informed, client led restorative healing practices

Ø  Provides therapy to children and families, preparing them for moves, reunification or other appropriate permanency goals

Ø  Provides consultation to further permanency goals with children and families.

Ø  Assists individuals/families in establishing a support network by utilizing family, kinship, and community resources

Ø  Provides counseling to children and families, preparing them for moves, reunification or other appropriate permanency goals

Ø  Provides intervention for clients in crisis situations

Ø  Assesses ongoing treatment and case plan goals and prepare to offer recommendations for reunification, termination of parental rights or other permanency options

Ø  Responsible for creating maximum billable Medicaid hours and submitting necessary paperwork for Medicaid billing or maximum grant hours

Ø  Facilitates and documents therapeutic groups, including family meetings, parenting, or multi-family groups

Ø  Determines and recommends which services are needed for the child and family, including mental health and drug and alcohol services, respite care and supervised or unsupervised visitations/interactions

Ø  Family therapy will continue to be provided by the Reintegration Therapist when an out of home placement occurs

Ø  Documents all contacts with families and collaterals on agency database

Ø  Participates in supervisory and team meetings, sharing pertinent information about children/families’ progress, collateral contacts and relationships with other agencies/communities

Ø  Liaison with DCF, school personnel, and other community providers

Ø  Ability to work with the court system and follow court protocols including appropriate business attire, completes reports for court, participates in court proceedings, including testifying

Ø  Supervises and transports children and families as needed

Ø  Reports critical incidents to DCF verbally within 12 hours, written within 24 hours

Ø  Assists in monitoring the overall client satisfaction of the program

Ø  Meets with Supervisor weekly to review assigned cases and submits reports as required by supervisor

Ø  Implements SFCS policies and follows directives as required. Follows and adheres to all pertinent SFCS Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), rules, personnel policies and procedures; related accreditation and licensure standards; and federal, state and local rules, statutes, regulations, and contractual terms

Ø  Is knowledgeable of and follows all safety procedures

Ø  Reports unusual incidents through appropriate Risk Management, clinical and safety channels

Ø  Ensures clients’ rights are protected