Statewide Peer Support Positions
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Families On The Move NYC, Inc. is seeking applicants for Family & Youth Peer Advocates.
The primary job function of Peer Family and Youth Advocates is to advocate, communicate, and address the needs of families with children and youth that have emotional, behavioral, mental health and or substance use challenges who are receiving services at the NYCCC including South Beach Psychiatric Center and Astor Case Management Services. The Peer Advocate also provides transitional services and educational workshops to families. Promotion of quality services, family empowerment, and provision of support to family members are essential features of this position. CLICK HERE for application instructions.
Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center is seeking credentialed Youth and Family Peer Advocates.
The Youth and Family Peer Advocates will provide Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFTSS) to children/youth (under 21 years of age) and their families to empower them to improve their health, well-being and quality of life. These services are aimed to strengthen families, and help them make informed decisions about their care. CLICK HERE to visit the agency website or contact Karen Clark, LCSW-R, Director of Children and Family Treatment Support at 929-273-7601 EXT: 432 or email@example.com for more info.
Cayuga Centers is seeking applicants for a full-time Parent Partner.
The Parent Partner demonstrates and understands community challenges, needs and resources throughout Albany County and will work with families to serve as a knowledgeable source of community resources. CLICK HERE for application instructions.
(NYC) ICL is seeking applicants for part-time Family Advocates.
The Family Advocate will provide needed support, advocacy, information and referrals to parents and caregivers of children with special needs and/or behavior challenges (or at risk of same) who are currently in treatment at ICL’s clinic and school-based programs, as well as other parents and caregivers of such children residing in the surrounding community. CLICK HERE for application instructions.
ICAN is seeking applicants for a Peer Support Program Supervisor position.
The Peer Support Program Supervisor uses personal and professional life experience to increase awareness, provide support, and improve the effectiveness of caregiver-professional partnerships to meet the needs of families. The Peer Support Program Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Program Manager in the overall quality assurance and oversight of the Peer Program, while adhering to and promoting the philosophy and mission of the company. CLICK HERE for application instructions to apply by May 22, 2020.