Current Job Openings
Mental Health Counselor (MHC) position will use a psychotherapeutic method to help others by focusing on culturally competent mental health to individuals and groups to promote optimum mental health on an outpatient basis. Diagnose and provide therapeutic counseling to individuals affected by issues of mental health, trauma and or abuse and emotional health issues.
REQUIREMENTS: Education: Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related field. With Five (5 years of experience in counseling. LISW or LPCC Independent Licensure is required. At least three years assessing and diagnosing, counseling, and treating mental and emotional disorders is required.
The position as the Accounting Clerk will perform a variety of duties such as keeping accounting records updated, recording accounts payable and accounts receivable transactions using accounting software programs, generating reports, preparing invoices, tracking receipts and expenditures, and performing clerical functions.
REQUIREMENTS: Education: Associates Degree in Accounting/Finance discipline preferred or High School Diploma with three years equivalent experience in the non-profit accounting/finance field. Understand accounting fundamentals such as debits, credits, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and budgets. Must have prior work experience using QuickBooks. Ability to use software applications such as Microsoft Office.
Intervention Specialist will work in our Applications, for Purpose, Pride and Success (APPS) department as a liaison between youth, parents and teachers providing high-risk youth with strategies for violence intervention and crisis response actions that include responding to specific gang-related confrontation, mediating, and diffusing hostile tensions, and promoting conflict resolution and peace by building activities in the community and surrounding neighborhoods. These individuals will work with primarily youth and young adults ages 14-23.
A Bachelor’s degree in the social/behavioral sciences or related field is preferred, or a high school diploma or equivalent with three years of professional experience in the social service field. Bilingual English/Spanish a plus. Must possess a basic understanding of violence intervention and gang awareness and its related problems.
This Recovery Support Specialist position will provide peer recovery support services to individuals with severe mental illness. The Recovery Support Specialist is a person with lived experience with mental health and/or substance use disorders. This person will work with a multidisciplinary team to support the individuals with struggles pertaining to mental health, psychological trauma, or substance use. This position will afford the opportunity to empower individuals who have lived and walked the path of recovery from a lived experience to assist others in their journeys of recovery.
Education: High School Diploma or GED. Lived Experience Recovery Support Specialists must have lived experience with a behavioral health diagnosis. Must be certified as a Peer Recovery Specialist. Minimum two years of sobriety in mental health or substance abuse or homelessness.
Monitor clients’ behaviors, whereabout and supervise client activities. The program houses up to 5 men at a time allowing for both individualized attention as well as a supportive environment. Community for New Direction utilizes the combination of medication and treatment in an integrated manner as an effective means of treating opiate addiction.
Education: High School Diploma or GED. Personal experience of addiction and recovery. Certified Peer Recovery Specialist or willing to become one and/or CDCA certified. Minimum two years of sobriety.
How To Apply
Must pass a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screening.
CND is an Equal Opportunity Employer