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50 Career Opportunities at Family and Children's Association


New Posting In home Counselor
Mineola, NY11501
Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFTSS) The In-Home Counselor provides individual, family, and group services under Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment to children and their families who are diagnosed or at risk-of being diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Services are provided in the client's home and/or community and work to address challenges associated with a behavioral health need. Activities assist the child and family to achieve stability and functional improvement in daily living, personal recovery and/or resilience, family and interpersonal relationships and improve community integration.

New Posting Program Manager
Mineola, NY11501
Link Age Program The Link-Age Project aims to pre-empt and address the isolation of seniors by targeting people age 55+ whose independence, tenure, or survival in the community is in jeopardy because of their behavioral health challenges. The program coordinator and RN provide intensive case management, home visits, counseling, education and linkage to long term care, community supports and services.

Nassau Haven Emergency shelter and safe haven for adolescents ages 10 to 22

Walkabout for Young Men and Women is a transitional residence serving homeless young men and women ages 16-21. The program provides short-term shelter and services for up to 18 months in order to prepare residents for independent living. Nassau Haven is an emergency shelter and safe haven for adolescents ages 11 to 20.

Nassau Haven Emergency shelter and safe haven for adolescents ages 10 to 22

Program Manager
Hauppauge, NY11749
THRIVE (A Center for Transformation, Healing, Recovery, Inspiration, Validation and Empowerment) THRIVE, Long Island’s first recovery center, is a facility dedicated to providing support and resources to individuals in recovery and their family members.

Pre-Vocational Worker
Mineola, NY11501
Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 diagnosed with serious emotional disturbance diagnoses (SED).

Family Support Worker
Hempstead, NY11550
FAMILY SUPPORT Teach core life skills and provide Case Management Services to parents and the children of families receiving preventive services and whose children are at risk of foster care placement.

Care Manager
Mineola, NY11501
HCBS Health Home Care Management Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 diagnosed with serious emotional disturbance diagnoses (SED).

SHERPA is a specially trained team of peer recovery coaches offering guidance to individuals and families navigating the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment system. SHERPA provides recovery, harm-reduction, and crisis service linkage and emotional support based on the principles of hope, wellness, dignity, and choice.

Case Manager, Per Diem
Holbrook, NY11741
Youth and Family Integration Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 with a serious emotional disturbance or who are at-risk of being diagnosed

Bilingual Clinician-Mandarin
Mineola, NY11501
Family First Program that provides fee-for-service family, couples and individual psychotherapy as well as school-based mental health counseling.

School Based Clinician
Mineola, NY11501
Family First Program that provides fee-for-service family, couples and individual psychotherapy as well as school-based mental health counseling.

Social Worker
Hempstead, NY11550
Project Independence-Nassau Hempstead-based program that works with foster youth to develop independent living skills

Bilingual In Home Therapist
Mineola, NY11501
Children’s Behavioral Health Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 with mental health diagnoses

Clinician, Bilingual
Mineola, NY11501
Family First Program that provides fee-for-service family, couples and individual psychotherapy as well as school-based mental health counseling.

FCA’s Detention Diversion Program work with youth who come into contact with Nassau County’s Juvenile Justice System as a result of committing a delinquent act. The program works with youth ages 7-17 years old. Referrals for the program come only from Nassau County Juvenile Probation. The primary goal of the program is to divert youth who are arrested, in police custody, or under probation supervision from admission to detention, remand and/or OCFS placement.

Nassau Haven Intern (Unpaid)
Wantagh, NY11793
Nassau Haven is a 12 bed co-ed emergency shelter, providing short-term housing, case management and respite services to run away and homeless youth in Nassau County. Since 1982, Nassau Haven has served young people ages 10 to 22. Nassau Haven staff is available 24 hours a day for intake and referral. Nassau Haven is a voluntary program. Residents work with staff to address those issues and problems which resulted in the need for housing and services. Youth must agree to accept services and should contact the program directly to request services.

The Link-Age Project connects people ages 55 and older in Nassau County with services and treatment to help improve their lives. Many Link-Age clients struggle with behavioral health and substance use issues. Program staff will make home visits to evaluate and assess needs comprehensively and confidentially; work together with seniors to develop a care plan that is right for the individual (issues can range from financial exploitation to drug and alcohol dependence to mental health disorders); connect seniors with community services and help them remain safely at home; and address any barriers to accessing care.

Project Independence is a comprehensive, non-residential program devoted to Suffolk and Nassau County youth in foster care. The program prepares young people between the ages of 14 and 21 to live and work independently in the community when they are no longer eligible for foster care. The program is dedicated to youth in foster care, whether their permanency goal is to return to parent, adoption or independent living. Social work counselors help each young person address their particular needs and goals by providing individual counseling and conducting group workshops. Project Independence collaborates with other community based agencies to provide supplementary comprehensive and supportive services.

Project Independence is a comprehensive, non-residential program devoted to Suffolk and Nassau County youth in foster care. The program prepares young people between the ages of 14 and 21 to live and work independently in the community when they are no longer eligible for foster care. The program is dedicated to youth in foster care, whether their permanency goal is to return to parent, adoption or independent living. Social work counselors help each young person address their particular needs and goals by providing individual counseling and conducting group workshops. Project Independence collaborates with other community based agencies to provide supplementary comprehensive and supportive services.

The Safe Observant Seniors (SOS) program provides counseling for victims of elder abuse or financial exploitation. Trained counselors visit clients in their homes to provide counseling, support and connection to community resources. FCA works closely with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Elder Abuse Unit. Additionally, community presentations and outreach are provided to educate seniors about elder abuse in all forms.

EISEP Intern (Unpaid)
Mineola, NY11501
EISEP provides crisis intervention, case management and in-home services for isolated homebound seniors ages 60 and up. They connect seniors to available community resources that will help them remain safely and independently at home.

FTRC Hempstead Intern (Unpaid)
Hempstead, NY11550
The Family Treatment and Recovery Centers are OASAS-licensed outpatient treatment programs providing individual, group and family treatment for those struggling with a substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders. These services are offered to individuals with the substance use disorder as well as their family and significant others. Services include but are not limited to outpatient substance use treatment, psychiatric evaluation and medication management, and group counseling.

FTRC Hicksville Intern (Unpaid)
Hicksville, NY11801
The Family Treatment and Recovery Centers are OASAS-licensed outpatient treatment programs providing individual, group and family treatment for those struggling with a substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders. These services are offered to individuals with the substance use disorder as well as their family and significant others. Services include but are not limited to outpatient substance use treatment, psychiatric evaluation and medication management, and group counseling.

FCA’s Human Resources Department is responsible for managing all employment related matters for a workforce of over 300 employees, including but not limited to: recruitment; onboarding of new employees; management of employee compensation, promotions, transfers and separations; administration of all employee benefit plans; assist with employee leaves of absence; preparation and dissemination of all employment-related policies and procedures; employee relations matters; and compliance with affirmative action requirements. The Department also oversees all employee training and the recruitment and placement of 200+ volunteers and interns.

Care Manager
Mineola, NY11501
Health Home Care Management This program provides case management services to children, teens and young adults between the ages of 5-21 who are diagnosed with a serious emotional disturbance (SED) or Complex Trauma.

Walkabout Intern (Unpaid)
Freeport, NY11520
Walkabout is a transitional independent living program in Freeport serving runaway and homeless young men and women ages 16-23. The program provides shelter and services for up to 18 months to prepare young adults for independent living. The program is 100% voluntary. All referrals come from the Nassau County youth crisis shelter, Nassau Haven.

Family Services Coordinator
Westbury, NY11590
THRIVE (A Center for Transformation, Healing, Recovery, Inspiration, Validation and Empowerment) THRIVE, Long Island’s first recovery center, is a facility dedicated to providing support and resources to individuals in recovery and their family members.

Family Peer Advocate
Mineola, NY11501
Family Center Nassau is a program that supports families who have children ages 5 –18 with a Serious Emotional Disturbance.

In home Counselor
Holbrook, NY11741
Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFTSS) The In-Home Counselor provides individual, family, and group services under Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment to children and their families who are diagnosed or at risk-of being diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Services are provided in the client's home and/or community and work to address challenges associated with a behavioral health need. Activities assist the child and family to achieve stability and functional improvement in daily living, personal recovery and/or resilience, family and interpersonal relationships and improve community integration.

Skill Builder
Mineola, NY11501
The Skill Builder provides individual or group services under Psychosocial Rehabilitation to children who are diagnosed with a mental health or substance use disorder. Services are provided in the client's home and/or community and work to address challenges associated with a behavioral health need. Activities assist the child and family to achieve stability and functional improvement in daily living, personal recovery and/or resilience, family and interpersonal relationships and improve community integration.

Youth Advocate
Holbrook, NY11741
OPENINGS IN NASSAU AND SUFFOLK! Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFTSS) Youth Peer Advocate provides services under Youth Peer Support and Training to children who are diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Services are provided in the client's home and/or community and work to address challenges associated with a behavioral health need. Activities assist the child to build skills for wellness, resiliency and recovery support as well as the ability to self-advocate and connect within their communities. The Youth Peer Advocate uses their own personal lived experience to assist the child to meet their goals.

Skill Builder
Holbrook, NY11741
OPENINGS IN NASSAU AND SUFFOLK!! CFTSS The Skill Builder provides individual or group services under Psychosocial Rehabilitation to children who are diagnosed with a mental health or substance use disorder. Services are provided in the client's home and/or community and work to address challenges associated with a behavioral health need. Activities assist the child and family to achieve stability and functional improvement in daily living, personal recovery and/or resilience, family and interpersonal relationships and improve community integration.

Part time Bilingual Clinician
Hempstead, NY11550
Hempstead Counseling Center OASAS outpatient substance use disorder treatment program providing individual, group and family treatment for substance use disorders and the significant others affected by it.

Resource Development (R/D) at FCA is a vibrant, team oriented group of fundraising professionals that utilize all facets of the development function to raise needed funding and awareness. We target individuals, foundations and corporations to achieve our end and fulfill our mission of giving help and hope to Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors and communities. We host three major events a year, a series of smaller events and a number of solicitations which give our growing constituency the chance to offer support.

Case Manager
Hempstead, NY11550
SNUG Evidence-based violence reduction initiative that works with community residents, businesses and community based organizations to implement strategies to reduce and prevent shootings and killings in communities with high rates of violent crimes.

Nurse Practitioner
Hicksville, NY11801
Hempstead and Hicksville Family Treatment and Recovery Centers Programs that provide counseling to individuals and families who are seeking help to achieve and maintain a lifestyle of recovery from substance use disorders.

Nassau Haven Emergency shelter and safe haven for adolescents ages 10 to 22

SHERPA is a specially trained team of peer recovery coaches offering guidance to individuals and families navigating the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment system. SHERPA provides recovery, harm-reduction, and crisis service linkage and emotional support based on the principles of hope, wellness, dignity, and choice.

THRIVE (A Center for Transformation, Healing, Recovery, Inspiration, Validation and Empowerment) THRIVE, Long Island’s first recovery center, is a facility dedicated to providing support and resources to individuals in recovery and their family members.

HCBS (Home and Community Based Services) Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 with serious emotional disturbances.

Driver - Part time
Holbrook, NY11741
Project Independence Suffolk Program located in Holbrook that works with foster youth to develop independent living skills.

Youth Advocate
Mineola, NY11501
HCBS (Home and Community Based Services) Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 with mental health diagnoses

Family Peer Advocate
Holbrook, NY11741
Family Center Suffolk Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 with a Serious Emotional Disturbance.

Residential Counselor
Lakeview, NY11552
Lakeview House A Residential program for males and females between the ages of 13-18 with a Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED).

Hempstead and Hicksville Family Treatment and Recovery Centers Programs that provides counseling to individuals and families who are seeking help to achieve and maintain a lifestyle of recovery from substance use disorders.

A Residential program for youth with a severe emotional disturbance between the ages of 13-18.

Outreach Worker
Hempstead, NY11550
Hempstead - Evidence-based violence reduction initiative that works with community residents, businesses and community based organizations to implement strategies to reduce and prevent shootings and killings in communities with high rates of violent crimes.

Psychiatrist/Medical Director
Hicksville, NY11801
FCA’s Hicksville & Hempstead Family Treatment and Recovery Centers & Hicksville Open Access Center Programs counseling to individuals and families who are seeking help to achieve and maintain a lifestyle of recovery from substance use disorders.