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Drenk Mental Health Center Jobs in Chester

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The Therapist plans, organizes, and implements clinical social work/ counseling services to consumers and families under the clinical supervision of a qualified supervisor. Plans for discharge and aftercare. Maintains contact with referring agencies and related people, and with community resources used for referral. Maintains treatment records. The individual demonstrates knowledge of the princip...
The Food Service Worker prepares meals in accordance with the cyclic menus for the Mary A. Dobbins School and campus residents. Ensures portions are served in quantities as indicated on the menus. Bakes cakes, pies and specialty items. Assists in the general clean-up of the kitchen, dining room and storage areas, including refrigerated storage. Maintains cleanliness for all cooking utensils and a...
This position is for a new Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities program. The program is a campus based model, consisting of three (3) 5-bed homes. The Residential Counselor assists in providing a safe environment and positive residential treatment program within the residence. Assists in maintaining a positive, strength-based, developmentally appropriate therapeutic environment that is in...
Located in Tewksbury, NJ, the Galen Program serves youth between 16 and 20 years of age who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Through assessment and therapeutic, behavioral and medical interventions, a multidisciplinary team works to stabilize each youth and help them transition back to their families or to a lower level of care. This structured program includes education and/or v...
Located within the local community of Mount Holly and adjacent to our main campus, this RTC living unit serves five boys ages 11-14. The townhome living unit is designed to resemble a home-like atmosphere, fostering a familial relationship between residents and staff. This type of setting allows for frequent peer interaction, supervised team building projects, and group education in a non-threate...
This Residential Treatment Center living unit is one of our largest, located on our main campus and serves eleven boys ages 11-18. The dorm style setting allows for frequent peer interaction, supervised team building projects, and group education in a non-threatening, supportive environment. All services are provided on-site where youth receive individual therapy, group therapy, allied therapies,...
The purpose of the Utility Worker position is to perform a wide range of tasks as needed in areas of Food Service, Custodian and Maintenance department as well as assist in support of the Administrative staff. Position responsibilities include: Actively participate in ongoing quality improvement activities of Legacy Treatment Services including but not limited to: serving as a member of a quality...
The Gateway Program provides 24 hour supervised based living for adolescent males between the ages of 13 and 18. The voluntary program provides and is not limited to providing food, shelter, remedial tutoring, behavior management/improvement, individual/family/group therapy and social skill training. The Residential Counselor will assist in providing a safe environment and positive residential tr...
The Residential Counselor will assist in providing a safe environment and positive residential treatment program within the residence. Assist in maintaining a positive, strength-based, developmentally appropriate therapeutic environment that is in keeping with the values and clinical treatment philosophy of Legacy Treatment Services. · Keep vision of Consumers in home setting or as assigned · Par...
The Residential Counselor assists in providing a safe environment and positive residential treatment program for adolescents within the residence. Assists in maintaining a positive, strength-based, developmentally appropriate therapeutic environment that is in keeping with the values and clinical treatment philosophy of Legacy Treatment Services. Keeps vision of Consumers in home setting or as as...
The Horton Community Home for Children serves youth with emotional challenges. In addition to housing, the five-bed home provides highly structured programming including therapy, psychiatric services, recreation, life skills, education assistance and socialization. An interdisciplinary service team utilizes a variety of evidence-based practices to facilitate recovery so that youth can become heal...
The Salem Community Residence for Children Program is for boys, ages 15-19, who have varying degrees of behavioral issues that traditionally require more intensive settings. This program offers greater opportunities along with the same level of treatment intensity in a community based setting. This is a 24/7 staffed community based residential setting with live in house parent(s). The Residential...
Located in Pittstown, NJ, the Brian Crisis Stabilization and Assessment program serves children/youth who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Through assessment and therapeutic, behavioral and medical interventions, a multidisciplinary team works to stabilize each youth and help them transition back to their families or to a lower level of care. This structured program includes educ...
The Outpatient Program offers individual/group/family/couples therapy, psychiatric services, and medication monitoring to consumers with mental health concerns. The Outpatient Program serves a wide range of consumers including persons experiencing life difficulties, those who have serious mental illness, children and families referred because of abuse and neglect, adult and adolescent substance a...
The Crosswinds Peer Respite program, located in Toms River, NJ, is a short-term, voluntary, residential program, operated mainly by Peer Specialists and offers Peer Support/WRAP Planning, Case Management, Education and Support Groups, Volunteer Companions, Medication Education/Prescribing/Administering, Co-Occurring Substance Use Services and Family Education/Involvement. All services are deliver...
Our state-approved special education school uses a Learning Center Model with small class size and individualized instruction. All teachers are Special Education certified and each classroom includes two teacher’s aids. We provide a full-time Guidance Counselor, School Social Worker, Reading Specialist, and Learning Disabilities Teaching Consultant (LDTC), to meet the needs of all individualized...
The Enhanced Supportive Housing program offers a variety of supports to help Burlington County adults with a serious mental illness remain living successfully in the community. Services include case management, housing assistance, supportive counseling, advocacy, service linkages, illness management, peer support, life skills, education/employment assistance, transportation and 24-hour on-call su...
The Mobile Response program provides time limited crisis intervention to children and youth exhibiting emotional or behavioral disturbances that threaten to disrupt their current living arrangements. The Program is family oriented, using an individualized approach, and focuses on strengths and needs. Trained response intervention workers diffuse crises at the site of the crisis for up to 72 hours...
The Screening and Crisis Intervention Program (SCIP) is open 24 hours a day in the emergency services department of LourdesMedicalCenter. SCIP offers emergency psychiatric services to BurlingtonCounty residents. The program provides the following services by offering accessible crisis intervention, evaluation and referral services to mentally ill persons in the community, as well as offering ment...
This Crisis Stabilization and Assessment program serves youth between 16 and 20 years of age who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Through assessment and therapeutic, behavioral and medical interventions, a multidisciplinary team works to stabilize each youth and help them transition back to their families or to a lower level of care. This structured program includes education and...