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Since opening our doors in 1902, CHS became a part of Florida's history.
CHS has been committed to growing and evolving to provide the right services and solutions to address the needs of children and families throughout the changing times. Every day, our team works with parents and kids to empower them and encourage them. With innovative technology solutions and a dedicated, experienced team throughout the state, we're changing the face of foster care and positively impacting children and families' lives for generations to come.
Join our team to continue to do good and create history serving Florida's children and families!
As the Residential/Non-Residential Counselor, you will identify client and family needs and evaluate, coordinate and provide necessary services, information and treatment in either a residential or non-residential setting.
WHY JOIN CHS?
Uplifting mission-driven work culture
Make an impact in your community and become a part of Florida's history!
Growth and professional development opportunities
Great benefits package, including generous paid time off and holidays
Deliver case management services by providing information, linkages, and referrals including but not limited to substance abuse and mental health service referrals.
Maintain clinical records and program documentation according to contract and CHS standards (assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, termination summaries, etc.).
Facilitate client educational classes such as independent living skills, anger management, behavior management, etc.
Provide on call support as required or scheduled.
Supervise student interns, as needed.
Provide in-depth assessments, treatment plans and interventions; follow-up as required.
Provide services to clients through individual, group and family therapy.
Refer clients for case staffings when requested or for non-compliance.
Attend and participate in client-related court hearings.
Participate in the quality improvement process.
Positions in a residential setting may include:
Train direct care staff as requested or required.
Provide specialized services that may include: conducting forensic interviews, providing expert assistance to state agencies, expert court testimony, etc.
Assist and/or present cases to medical providers.
Complete suicide risk screening assessments and follow-up assessments as required.
Oversee the behavioral program associated with the client treatment plan.
Participate in treatment team meetings.
Working knowledge of the Counseling field
Strong organizational skills and a tireless focus on quality results
Exceptional leadership, interpersonal and communication skills that allow you to work well with diverse teams, clients and families
Resiliency, with a propensity to persevere in spite of constant change
A sincere passion for helping others in need
Master's Degree in a Human Services related field
Two years of post-Bachelor degree human services
Children's Home Society Of Florida