Burncoat Family Center: Community Healthlink’s Youth and Family Services established the Burncoat Family Center in October 1992 as a residential and day treatment program for children with serious emotional issues. The program is located in a residential section of Worcester, Massachusetts.
Since then the Burncoat Family Center has provided a safe, secure, short-term alternative to hospital treatment for children between the ages of 4 - 18 years. A community based acute treatment program (CBAT), it offers behavioral health services focused treatment and assessment, stabilization, safety and containment, psychiatric consultation and psychopharmacological evaluation in conjunction with a trauma informed care model. It provides therapeutic client centered treatment services to help facilitate and to encourage successful reintegration, access, and participation in community based services. The program is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and accommodates 15 resident–youngsters.
Relief Residential Counselor to
Residential Counselor II - Bachelor's degree required; degree and/or coursework in social work, counseling, psychology or related field preferred.
Current valid US-issued driver's license and ability to provide registered and insured automobile for work related purposes
Desire to serve others required.
Demonstrated strong work ethic, ability to work independently, and ability to contribute to team objectives required.
Preference will be given to those with experience in social services and/or working with program's population.
All bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Must be able to pass a CORI background check
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