Intensive Mental Health Provider


·  Conduct and maintain all visit requirements with child, family, and service providers.

·  Provide skill building services to clients as needed and in accordance with their service plan. 

·  Provide on-going assessment and documentation of child and family's strengths and needs, progress towards achieving goals and efficacy of delivered services.

·  Coordinate and monitor Family Support and Youth Peer Advocacy Services, including attending monthly team meetings.

·  Link and refer to services and supports.

·  Complete and submit all reports, progress notes, service plans and any other written work on time and in compliance with agency and regulatory standards.

·  Keep client files up to date and properly filed in accordance with program and OMH guidelines.

·  Keep Coordinator appraised of the status of all cases and immediately inform them of any unusual situations in the family, including questionable CPS reports or any other safety concerns.

·  Continually operate from a strength based, family driven, and individualized care model.

·  Assume other tasks and responsibilities assigned to support the operations of the program.


·  Bachelor's Degree plus 2 years' experience providing direct services to children in the children's services system.  Experience in the mental health field/working with children with SED preferred.

·  Valid New York State driver's license with a safe and responsible driving history.  Must drive own vehicle, which is properly insured and registered, to various worksites including the homes of clients.

·  Intermediate computer skills with Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel.


·  Part-Time, 16 hours per week.

All positions at FCA are filled without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. All are encouraged to apply.