Home Based Therapist (Marion County Teams)

<p><strong>We&rsquo;re pleased you&rsquo;re considering Adult &amp; Child as a future employer.&nbsp;Adult &amp; Child Health is a preferred employer for mission-driven professionals dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of children, adults &amp; families in Central Indiana.</strong></p>

Indianapolis, IN

Adult & Child - Child Welfare Services

<p><strong>What drives the mission behind A&amp;C is the incredible compassion of our team. The needs of our growing client base push us to innovate &amp; collaborate in new ways to continuously evolve and strengthen our services.</strong></p> <p><strong>A&amp;C&rsquo;s impact resounds throughout Central Indiana with teams in Marion, Johnson, Bartholomew, Morgan, and surrounding counties. Whether a staff member works in one of our 120+ partnered schools, an office in Downtown Indy, a medical clinic, a homeless outreach team, or on the road as a community based life changer &ndash; they are all connected to the same mission.</strong></p> <p><strong>As a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, we are here to help everyone no matter their ability to pay. More than that, we are here to be your partner in health, inspiring hope and well-being.</strong><br /><br /><strong>Find out what our Staff says about&nbsp;<a href="https://adultandchild.org/benefits/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Working Here</a>&nbsp;and our&nbsp;<a href="https://adultandchild.org/what-to-expect-2/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Application Process.</a></strong></p> https://adultandchild.org/

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Overview: <p>Adult and Child Center provides therapeutic services to families involved with the Department of Child Services (DCS) and court-involved youth in central Indiana, helping to develop healthy homes where children are safe, supported and well-cared for. The Child Welfare Therapist provides individual and family therapy, supervises therapeutic visits between children and caregiver(s), attends court hearings and DCS/Probation team meetings, and provides oversight and case management to each case. This individual collaborates with a multidisciplinary team including supervisor, team psychologists, child welfare specialists, schools, employers, and DCS/Probation staff to assist each family in meeting their treatment goals. The Child Welfare Therapist is central to our Home-Based Team, working directly with children, adults and families to address mental health needs with the goal of reuniting families and empowering adults and children to reach their full potential while effectively and efficiently managing community and center resources. This individual also works with court-involved youth to address behavioral health needs. Services are delivered primarily in a community or home-based setting.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Adult &amp; Child Health offers an extensive benefits package that includes:</strong></p> <ul> <li>A Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program</li> <li>Scholarship opportunities for continued education</li> <li>Mileage reimbursement of .50 cents per mile</li> <li>Work/life balanced flexible scheduling</li> <li>Employee Assistance program EAP</li> <li>401K with Employer Match</li> <li>9 paid Holidays</li> <li>A generous PTO plan</li> <li></li> <li>Health benefits package that includes health, with prescription coverage, dental, vision. life, short-term disability and long-term disability.&nbsp;</li> <li>Staff Development allowance with continuous staff development and training</li> </ul>
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Conducting and completing clinical intakes within the required time frame</li> <li>Providing individual and family therapy to children and adults</li> <li>Supervising therapeutic visits between children and caregiver(s)</li> <li>Case management</li> <li>Providing accurate, timely progress notes and reports/documentation</li> <li>Attending court and DCS/Probation team meetings</li> <li>Adhering to DCS Service Standards, Social Work Code of Ethics, and Adult and Child policy and procedures</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul> <li>Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, or other closely related field</li> <li>Two (2) years of related experience</li> <li>License-eligible (required)</li> <li>Child welfare and/or community based experience preferred</li> <li>Available to work evening hours</li> <li>Ability to maintain professional relationships with a variety of individuals (child welfare specialists, psychologists, DCS/Probation staff)</li> <li>Strong organizational skills</li> <li>Must hold a valid driver's license with acceptable driving record and provide own, insured, transportation</li> </ul>