Direct Service Provider/ Child &Family We are looking for Direct Service Professionals (DSPs) to provide services for our Child & Family Services Team. Our DSPs work as part of the SPBHS service team and provide direct services/supports teaching social, emotional, and life skills to promote the wellness and community participation of our clients. Our clients range in ages five to 21 and we work closely with families. The services are based on client-centered service plans that define the goals and interventions and are provided in the community, including schools and the SPBHS campus. Training is provided. Duties: Work with [...]
IPS (Employment) Coordinator/ Supervisor The IPS Employment Coordinator provides oversight of day to day operations of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Supported Employment grant program. This is an evidence based model. Responsibilities include supervising, training, coaching, and mentoring Employment Specialists and assisting clients to obtain and maintain competitive employment that is consistent with their vocational goals. This position requires a necessary understanding of proper documentation methods, great people skills, and leading a small team. Additional Eligibility Qualifications: Valid Alaska Driver’s License with clean driving record. Ability to pass State background/fingerprint clearance. High School Diploma or GED. Experience [...]
Direct Service Professional is responsible for providing direct program services related to skill development, treatment, and care in home, school, and community based settings.
We are currently seeking individuals willing to provide assistance with individual care needs for a young woman in her home and in the community. Would you like to help her live more independently in her own home? Applicants must be dependable, committed to assist with individual care needs, daily living skills, social and community activities, able to lift and move this individual and use the proper body mechanics on a regular basis and communicate with the family and staff
The Clinical Therapist provides assessments, treatment planning, and psychotherapy to individuals, groups and families experiencing emotional and behavioral disorders. Functions as Directing Clinician for assigned client caseload per Alaska Statutes. Provides emergency services and coordinates access to appropriate treatment resources including involuntary hospitalizations for individuals in crisis. Services are provided in the clinic and at partner sites in communities within the service area.
Compassionate and evidence-based services for our community!