Expired Job Postings
Turning Point | Modesto, CA
Full-Time | Salary DOE
Turning Point Community Programs (TPCP) provides integrated, cost-effective mental health services, employment and housing for adults, children and their families that promote recovery, independence and self-sufficiency. We are committed to innovative and high quality services that assist adults and children with psychiatric, emotional and/or developmental disabilities in achieving their goals. Turning Point Community Programs (TPCP) has offered a path to mental health and recovery since 1976. We help people in our community every single day - creating a better space for all types of people in need. Join our mission of offering hope, respect and support to our clients on their journey to mental health and wellness.
WEAVE | Sacramento, CA
On-Call | Salary: DOE
Under the direct supervision of the Response Services Manager and Director of Response Services, the On-Call Response Services Advocate is responsible for answering the Support and Information Line, providing crisis response, advocacy and accompaniment, providing peer support to survivors, and ensuring the appropriate resources and referrals are made internally and externally. This position works within the Response Services program including Crisis Response and the Anti-trafficking Response Team.
NorCal MHA| Standford CA
NorCal MHA has an immediate opening for one full-time (37.5 hours per week) or 2 part time Peer Partner
Specialists. This position is employed by NorCal MHA, but is co-located within the offices of Stanford University Department of Psychiatry. Under the supervision of NorCal MHA’s Director of Advocacy, the Peer Partner Specialist provides culturally competent recovery and support services for Stanford’s mental health clients. This position is eligible for employee health benefits, holiday pay, and paid time off.
Deadline: January 31, 2019
NorCal MHA| Sacramento, CA
NorCal MHA is seeking a part-time (30 hours per week) Program Assistant. The Program Assistant is responsible for coordinating all administrative aspects of NorCal MHA’s WISE program, which provides training, education, and outreach services to individuals working and receiving services in California’s Public Mental Health System (PMHS). As such, general knowledge of California’s PMHS (including its structures and functioning), self-help and recovery principles, and peer employment issues is highly beneficial.
This position reports directly to the WISE Program Director and performs complex, high-level administrative tasks. Reliability, accuracy, a strong work ethic, and the ability to learn quickly and process new information are required for this role. This is a fast-paced work environment where new tasks unexpectedly arise and priorities frequently shift, so advanced organizational skills, personal flexibility, internal motivation, and a sense of humor are also essential.
Deadline: January 31, 2019
Stanford Youth Solutions| Yolo County, CA
Family Partners are people with personal experience participating in a public system of care as a consumer and/or as a parent/caregiver, and have the skills, training and experience to perform the functions of their role. Family Partners (FP) have four key functions: (1) to make families (parents, caregivers, and youth) equal partners -if not leaders- in the development and implementation of their service plans; (2) to represent the needs and perspectives of families (parents, caregivers, and youth) to internal and external stakeholders and decision makers within the system of care; (3) to ensure that families (parents, caregivers, and youth) have access to a comprehensive array of prevention and support services that meet their individual needs; and (4) to ensure that these services are family-centered, easily accessible, respectful of cultural, ethnic and other community characteristics, and stigma free. The Family Partner serves as an advocate for parents/caregivers and considers the whole family in system planning. Family Partners perform these functions through the tasks, roles, and responsibilities described below
Wellness and Recovery Center South| Sacramento, CA
Full-Time | $16.00 - $19.00/Hour
The Wellness and Recovery Mentors shall collaborate with staff, probation officers, educational personnel, employers, legal guardians, and other community service providers. These positions will be responsible for providing wellness and recovery services including, but not limited to:
Promote key concepts of individual recovery including: hope, personal empowerment, respect, social connection, self-responsibility, and self-determination.
Operate from a strengths based orientation in regards to dealings with staff and members
Maintaining and enhancing program reputation in the community
Note: Position listed on indeed.com