- Administrative Support II - RI Help Me Grow
Administrative Support II - RI Help Me Grow
The Team Assistant: Home Visitation Programs (Administrative Support II) is responsible for performing moderately complex administrative secretarial duties for the Maternal/ Infant Home Visiting department at The Center for Family Safety and Healing including but not limited to: taking minutes, drafting correspondence, using PC or mainframe software to enter data, skilled interaction with parents, patients and/or employees.
- Adult & Family Clinical Services Coordinator
Adult & Family Clinical Services Coordinator
This position is responsible for the management and supervision of the employees that provide advocacy and counseling services to adults who have experienced interpersonal family violence (including adults who were abused as children) through the Adult Services Program at The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH).
- Behavioral Health Community Based Therapist I - Family Support Program (FSP) - Sign On Bonus!
Behavioral Health Community Based Therapist I - Family Support Program (FSP) - Sign-On Bonus!
The Family Support Program provides evidence based treatments to children who have experienced sexual abuse, physical abuse, traumatic grief, and witnessing family violence.
- Clinical Manager - Child Advocacy Services
The Clinical Manager is directly responsible for the management of staff who provide mental health advocacy, medical forensic interviews, and social work services to children and families within the Child Assessment Center (CAC) at The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH).
- Evaluation Analyst
As part of the Research and Evaluation team at The Center for Family Safety and Healing, the Evaluation Analyst will help internal and external partners put measures in place to make the impact of our programs visible, and to empower teams to drive their work forward based on data.
- Family Advocacy Clinician II - Adult Clinician (2 Positions)
Family Advocacy Clinician II - Adult Clinician
The Center for Family Safety and Healing - Adult Clinician provides assessment and treatment to adults who have experienced interpersonal family violence. The clinician works within the context of a multidisciplinary team setting and is responsible for timely reporting, documentation, and participation in treatment and case plan development at the Center.
- Family Advocacy Clinician II - Caregiver Support/CFTSI Clinic
Family Advocacy Clinician II - Caregiver Support/CFTSI Clinic
The Caregiver Support/CFTSI Clinician is responsible for providing follow-up mental health interventions and referrals to families of patients who have experienced child abuse or other trauma.
- Family Advocacy Clinician I - Community Response Advocate (Law Enforcement)
Family Advocacy Clinician I - Community Response Advocate - (2 Positions)
This position is responsible for supervision of the Family Advocacy Clinician I- Community Response Advocates (Law Enforcement and Domestic Court), who provide advocacy and support on-scene during law enforcement responses to domestic violence/dispute calls or assist with clients who utilize the Franklin County Family Protection Center. The supervisor ensures advocates provide client-driven, trauma-focused services to their clients in both of these community settings. The position is responsible for collaborating with the Adult Services Clinical Manager to facilitate program growth and development.
- Home Visitor - Healthy Families America
Home Visitor - Healthy Families America
Provides comprehensive community home visiting services to women and their families as part of the Healthy Families America (HFA) program. Adheres to the HFA model, and to policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of HFA, The Center for Family Safety and Healing, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Maintains professional boundaries and provides excellent service and in-home support to expectant mothers, their children, and their families.
- RN Community Health - Nurse Family Partnership - (5 Positions)
RN Community Health - Nurse Family Partnership
Provides comprehensive community health nursing services to women and their families as part of the NFP program. Adheres to the NFP model, and to policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NFP, The Center for Family Safety and Healing, and Nationwide Children Hospital.