Are you looking to support local refugees and asylees? Since its beginning in 2000, AACI’s Center for Survivors of Torture (CST) program has provided culturally competent, client centered, specialized services to more than 2,100 survivors of torture and their family members. Our services, provided with a multidisciplinary, holistic, and strengths-based approach, include individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatry, psychological and medical evaluations for political asylum cases, social, and legal support.
Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the Behavioral Health Licensed Counselor is responsible for providing direct behavioral health services in home, clinic, and field settings. At least 65% of the counselors time will be spent providing direct billable services and supervision.
What we can offer you:
Flexibility you control your schedule!
Hybrid Remote Model with company laptop
11 Paid Holidays, a Floating Holiday, and a day off for Civic Engagement!
Paid Vacation and Sick time
Comprehensive benefit plan with four Health Plan Options (we pay 95% of premiums!)
403(b) Retirement Plan with match
Additional pay for bilingual staff
Eligibility for the State Loan Forgiveness Program and HRSA Loan Repayment Program
Qualifications: License in Social Work, Marriage Family Therapy, Clinical Counseling, or Psychology or within six months of licensure. Two years or more of directly related experience working with refugee, survivors of torture and complex trauma survivors in a clinical setting
To apply and for a full job description go to AACI dot org backslash careers or click apply on this advertisement!
SAN JOSE, CA
100 - 200
$10M - $50M
Ambulatory Healthcare Services
AACI (Asian Americans for Community Involvement), founded in 1973, serves individuals and families with cultural humility, sensitivity and respect, advocating for and serving the marginalized and ethnic communities in Santa Clara County. Our mission is to strengthen the resilience and hope of our diverse community members by improving their health and well-being. Our vision for the future is that everyone in our diverse community is healthy, safe and well. Our many programs address the health and well-being of the individual and advances our belief in providing care that goes beyond just healt...h, but also provides people a sense of hope and new possibilities. Current programs include behavioral and primary health services, substance abuse prevention and treatment, center for survivors of torture, shelter and services for domestic violence and human trafficking survivors, senior center, youth programs, and community advocacy. For more information, please visit www.aaci.org or call (408) 975-2730.