Provides crisis stabilization, emergency, assessment and clinical services to clients in the residential crisis stabilization program and clinical support to other program staff. Assists in development of program and treatment protocols for the crisis stabilization program. Some evening and weekend hours required.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in social work, psychology or other related field preferred. State of Virginia professional licensure eligibility preferred. Must be registered as a LMHP or LHMP-E.
Spanish and English Bilingual skills preferred; excellent verbal and written communication skills preferred in both Spanish and English.
NRVCS offers an excellent benefits package including:
• Generous Paid Time Off
• Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance
• Life Insurance
• VRS Retirement