Wraparound Service Provider for Howard County
The Villages champions every child's right to a safe, permanent and nurturing home. We are committed to strengthening all families and embracing the dignity and diversity of every child, youth and family served.
The Villages, Indiana's largest not-for-profit child and family services agency, serves over 1,400 children and their families each day. Our vision is that every child will flourish in a healthy, nurturing, self-sufficient family.
Wraparound services provider will provide training for youth and families in skill development that will help them improve their behavioral health functioning. Services are delivered in community and home-based settings.
Services will focus on getting the youth engaged in their community by identifying and utilizing hobbies and interests the client likes and enjoys. This position will also meet with parents of youth in the Wraparound program to assist with helping the parents understand diagnoses, behavior plans, and identify resources needed for the family.
This position will provide services to clients involved in the wraparound programs with The Villages. The position will require evening and weekend hours. Flexible scheduling is available.
This Full-time position offers a competitive salary and total compensation package including employer subsidized health, dental, and vision insurance, a retirement plan with agency contributions, and a generous paid time off program with paid holidays included.
Assist with skill development (building positive coping skills, social skills, and anger management techniques)
Help youth improve behavioral health functioning
Help improve communication skills
Work with parents on understanding diagnoses, implementing behavior plans and having effective communication with client
Attend monthly team meetings
Complete monthly reports on progress towards treatment goals
Bachelor's Degree preferred but not required in Social Work, Psychology, or related behavioral health field
Minimum of three years (2) experience working with children with SED (severe emotional disturbance)
Must possess a valid driver's license, current auto insurance, reliable transportation to travel, and a driving record that allows the incumbent to be covered under The Villages' risk management guidelines