Who we are:
Child & Family Healing Center provides 24- hour intensive residential treatment on UMFS's staff-secure, unlocked 33-acre campus. Our multidisciplinary team integrates Collaborative Problem Solving with family engagement, psychiatry, nursing, verbal and non-verbal therapies, social work, and counseling.
What we do:
We collaborate with communities in a Systems of Care approach to ensure successful transition into residential treatment, through intervention, and back into the community.
We assess strengths and executive functioning to develop treatment goals for youth and families.
Who We Serve:
We serve males, females, and gender-diverse youth ages 11-17 at time of admission, who are in the custody of their parent/guardian, the Department of Social Services, or the Department of Juvenile Justice, and have a minimum IQ of 65 (evaluated on a case-by-case basis).
Mood and anxiety disorders
Emotional, social, and behavioral challenges
Autism and other neurological differences
Problem sexual behaviors
What we are looking for:
A Clinical Case Manager to provide comprehensive case management and care coordination to children and families at CFHC. This includes collaboration with caregivers and legal guardians as well as external stakeholders including locality case managers, CSA/FAPT members, DJJ representatives, UMFS programs, and community providers.
This role would support the caregiver and legal guardian from admission to discharge in regards to moving towards successful discharge to a lower level of care and addressing concerns and barriers to discharge in a collaborative manner.
What you will need:
Master's degree in social work, counseling, or other human service degree, LCSW or LCP Certified preferred or Bachelor's degree in these fields with five or more years of experiences in the Human Service field.
Why Work at UMFS?
UMFS has been an unwavering champion for children, teens, and families for more than 120 years. Our main campus is in Richmond, Va., and we offer nearly 20 programs at nine locations throughout Virginia.
Work-life balance is critical to the health and well-being of our employees, which is why we offer generous paid leave, 12 paid holidays, flexible workspaces (non-essential employees are currently teleworking in response to COVID-19), and comprehensive health benefits options that include an Employee Assistance Program, vision, and optional dental. We also offer pet insurance. UMFS employees are eligible for a 401(k) that UMFS matches up to 6 percent.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is at the forefront of all we do at UMFS, and we maintain a culture of acceptance in which crucial conversations are encouraged. UMFS doesn't exclude anyone on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, religion, or economic background.
Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination Required
Equal Opportunity Employer