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47 Career Opportunities at Family and Children's Association


New Posting Part-Time Case Manager
Hempstead, NY11550
Families Count Families Count will provide case management, family mediation and deliver the Active Parenting curriculum to 50 families a year; each family will receive services for 6 months with after care services provided.

New Posting Certified Peer Recovery Advocate (CRPA)
Hauppauge, NY11749
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.

Family and Children’s Association (FCA) seeks a Chief Development Officer/VP for Strategic Advancement to serve as a member of the organization’s executive team and lead its ambitious fundraising efforts. Reporting to the President/CEO, the CDO/VP works closely with senior staff and the Board of Trustees to provide strategic vision and oversight of the organization’s advancement and fundraising initiatives, assuring that FCA’s culture, activities and communications support the revenue growth needed to maintain and expand critical programs and operations. As a key member of the executive team and important liaison to the Trustees, the CDO/VP will help set the strategic direction for the organization; help leadership identify and address organizational development issues that challenge and support the short and long-term strength and effectiveness of FCA; ensure that fundraising efforts are carried out in a way that reflects FCA’s values, mission and vision; and, evaluate the effect of internal and external forces on the organization and its fund development. The CDP/VP will provide vision, inspiration and direction to development and communications staff, with 5+ direct reports who oversee event planning and execution, mail/email solicitations, major gifts, foundation relations and planned giving programs. The CDO/VP will maintain a balanced funding mix of donor sources and solicitation programs that attract, retain, and motivate donors. Additionally, the CDO/VP will establish performance measures and monitor results, while helping the President/CEO and agency Trustees evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s fund development program.

New Posting Case Manager
Garden City, NY11530
EISEP (Expanded In-home Services for the Elderly) A program that provides case management assistance and monitoring of homecare for persons 60 years of age and older.

Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFTSS) The In-Home Counselor provides Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment (CPST) services to clients and their families to help them achieve their individualized goals. Services support the child's social and emotional development and are provided in the home and/or community.

New Posting Senior Social Work Counselor
Holbrook, NY11741
Project Independence-Suffolk Program located in Holbrook that works with foster youth to develop independent living skills

New Posting Program Coordinator
Hempstead, NY11550
Hempstead Prevention Coalition (HPC) The HPC Coordinator will work closely with the AVP, Prevention and Community Engagement, to provide coordination and management of adult and youth-focused efforts and development of environmental alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) reduction strategies for a substance use reduction coalition.

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

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.

Link-Age Program is a grant funded program by NYS Office for Mental Health in a triple partnership with NYS Office for Aging, Family & Children’s Association, and Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Center. The program serves individuals 55+ years old in Nassau County, NY who are experiencing behavioral health concerns and are having difficulty connecting to long term services.

Social Worker
Lakeview, NY11552
Lakeview House A Community Residence program to provide a therapeutic environment for adolescents ages 13-18 with serious emotional disturbances (SED) to result in outcomes of successful functioning and integration into the family, community, or independent living.

Bilingual Care Counselor
Garden City, NY11530
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Program Support and education available for caregivers of people with Alzheimer's and other dementias.

Nassau Haven Provides supervision to residents in a 24-hour emergency crisis shelter for youth ages 10-20. Counselors take an active role in fostering a positive atmosphere and work as part of a team that develops a milieu where residents take responsibility for their behavior and decisions.

Part-Time Case Manager
Hempstead, NY11550
Hempstead Prevention Coalition

Care Manager SIGN-ON BONUS!!!!
Garden City, NY11530
Health Home Care Management Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 diagnosed with serious emotional disturbance diagnoses (SED).

Lakeview House Supervise the therapeutic milieu of Lakeview House Community Residence in coordination with the Supervising Social Worker and the Program Coordinator to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of service to clients as defined by agency policies and procedures.

Nassau Haven Emergency shelter and safe haven for adolescents ages 10 to 20

Skill Builder
Garden City, NY11530
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.

HCBS (Home and Community Based Services) The role of the Respite Worker is to provide a planned break for the family while working with the child on identified goals within home a community-based settings.

In Home Counselor
Garden City, NY11530
CFTSS (Children and Family Treatment and Support Services) Program that supports families who have children under 21 with serious emotional disturbances

In Home Therapist
Garden City, NY11530
Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFTSS) The In-Home Therapist 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.

Lakeview House Supervise the therapeutic milieu of Lakeview House Community Residence in coordination with the Supervising Social Worker and the Program Coordinator to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of service to clients as defined by agency policies and procedures.

SNUG, "guns" spelled backwards, is an evidence-based violence reduction initiative that serves the Village of Hempstead and the surrounding communities. The program focuses on working with youth at risk of carrying a weapon, involved with a group known for violence, on probation or parole, or recently released from prison. SNUG provides therapeutic and case management services to residents of Nassau County that have been a victim of a crime. The goal is to reduce gun violence by changing community norms, resolving conflicts, and modeling positive behaviors. SNUG uses a trauma informed care approach to heal and empower individuals, families, and community members.

FCA is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to providing help and hope to Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors and communities. At FCA, we envision a Long Island where a legacy of optimal health, educational success and economic security passes from one generation to the next.

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

Community Case Manager
Wantagh, NY11793
Provide community-based outreach, counseling, access to housing for youth and case management for homeless youth who have criminal justice histories or are otherwise at-risk of violence.

Clinician
Hicksville, NY11801
FTRC and THRIVE

The FCA Safe Observant Senior Program provides support to elder abuse crime victims over the age of 60 who reside in Nassau County. Services include a weekly support group when appropriate, resource connections, short term crisis counseling, and criminal justice navigation/advocacy.

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. Walkabout is a transitional independent living program in Freeport serving runaway and homeless young men and women ages 16-20. Our residences focus on quality care, seamless transitions and well-managed aftercare services. Our goal is to understand the needs and reunite families, if possible, and secure long-term safe housing.

The Immigrant Resource Center provides a broad array of case management, family support, access to legal help, and counseling for critical immigrant concerns. Our HELPLINE program connects immigrants and refugees with a case manager for screening and referrals to address individual and family needs in the following domains: education, health, mental health, legal/immigration proceedings, substance abuse, criminal/juvenile justice, child enrichment activities.

The Immigrant Resource Center provides immigrants and refugees with a broad array of case management, family support, and eased access for legal help, counseling with critical immigrant concerns. The Lynn Vanderhall Nursery Co-op provides short-term childcare for children ages 2-5 years old and case management for parents seeking help with substance use, mental health, employment, education/vocation training or fulfillment of other needs in pursuit of self-sufficiency and family stability.

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.

EISEP Intern (Unpaid)
Garden City, NY11530
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.

Link-Age Graduate Intern (Unpaid)
Garden City, NY11530
Link-Age Program is a grant funded program by NYS Office for Mental Health in a triple partnership with NYS Office for Aging, Family & Children’s Association, and Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Center. The program serves individuals 55+ years old in Nassau County, NY who are experiencing behavioral health concerns and are having difficulty connecting to long term services. We provide short term intensive case management and counseling with a focus on person centered care using a strengths-based approach. The program staff consists of Social Workers, a Registered Nurse, and a Peer Specialist. We assist clients with intensive challenges ranging from accessing mental health services, establishing food stability, addressing medical needs, connecting to housing, etc. We collaborate with numerous organizations ranging from hospitals, legal aid services, case management agencies, Adult Protective Services, Mobile Crisis, senior centers, etc.

The FCA Safe Observant Senior Program provides support to elder abuse crime victims over the age of 60 who reside in Nassau County. Services include a weekly support group when appropriate, resource connections, short term crisis counseling, and criminal justice navigation/advocacy.

PACT Intern (Unpaid)
Hempstead, NY11550
PACT (Parents and Children Together) is a FCA program which serves the Village of Hempstead and its surrounding communities. We focus on offering services to youth whom are at risk of unprotected sexual activity, early pregnancy, as well as pregnant and parenting teens. The PACT Program’s goals is to utilize the principles of Positive Youth Development to encourage vulnerable adolescents towards choices and behaviors that offer greater opportunities for personal, social, educational and economic success. In addition services will help equip pregnant and parenting teens to care for themselves and their babies.

THRIVE's mission is to help individuals and families find, maintain, and strengthen their recovery through peer-based support, navigation assistance and referral services; provide interactive educational programs that promote wellness, economic prosperity and civic engagement; and maintain a safe, welcoming haven for substance-free recreational and social activities. Our vision: an engaged community that is healthier, safer and supportive of people in various stages of recovery.

Fiscal Intern
Garden City, NY11530
Family and Children’s Association (FCA) is a Non-Profit Human Service Organization with a $20,000,000 budget and complex funding structure. Our Mission is to protect and strengthen Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors, and their communities.

Family Peer Advocate
Garden City, NY11530
Family Center Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –18 with a Serious Emotional Disturbance or at risk of a Serious Emotional Disturbance.

FCA needs on call residential counselors! Work in Freeport, Wantagh, Elmont, and Lakeview. Work with: Young Men and Women is a transitional residence serving homeless young men and women ages 16-21. Also work with an emergency shelter and safe haven for adolescents ages 11 to 20 and youth with a severe emotional disturbance between the ages of 13-18.

FCA needs on call residential counselors! Work in Freeport, Wantagh, Elmont, and Lakeview. Work with: Young Men and Women is a transitional residence serving homeless young men and women ages 16-21. Also work with an emergency shelter and safe haven for adolescents ages 11 to 20 and youth with a severe emotional disturbance between the ages of 13-18.

Family Support Worker
Garden City, NY11530
HCBS (Home and Community Based Services) Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 with serious emotional disturbances.

Family Peer Advocate
Holbrook, NY11741
Family Center Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –18 with a Serious Emotional Disturbance.

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.

In Home Therapist - Bilingual
Garden City, NY11530
Children’s Behavioral Health Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –21 with mental health diagnoses

Family Peer Advocate
Garden City, NY11530
Family Center Program that supports families who have children ages 5 –18 with a Serious Emotional Disturbance.