Social work

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Multiple Positions - Counseling4Kids

Social Worker - Integrated Resources, Inc.

Job Title: Social Worker
Job Location: Rosemead, CA, 91770
Job Duration: 3+ months of Contract with high possibility of extension.

Job Description:
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Conduct Social Work assessments to determine the psychosocial needs, preferences and goals of the participants and actively participate in IDT meetings to develop participant care plans.
• Deliver and document social work interventions as agreed upon in the participants’ care plans including but not limited to arranging necessary resources and services, assisting with care transitions, providing individual and group counseling and case management.
• Work with the PACE Physician and other members of the IDT to support smooth care transitions between settings (e.g., hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home, etc.).
• Remain alert to pertinent input from other team members, participants, and caregivers and update the IDT promptly of any changes in participants’ condition or psychosocial status.
• In coordination with the Intake team, facilitate enrollment of prospective participants into
the program.
• Initiate, coordinate and facilitate care conference meetings to ensure the highest level of care coordination among PACE IDT members. participants and other people within the participants’ support network (family, informal caregivers etc.)
• Provides discharge planning when participants disenroll from the program.
• Provides educational in-services to staff, participants, and caregivers/families regarding psychosocial aspects of aging and related issues.
• Participate in end-of-life care coordination and support.
• Conduct home visits, as necessary.
• Provide support with Medi-Cal and Medicare enrollments to benefits eligibility staff.
• Must have reliable transportation to travel to participants homes within assigned territory,
is required.
• Be legally authorized to perform in position location, required.
• Only act within the Product of his or her authority to perform.
• An unlicensed Social Worker shall only provide those social work services for which no license is required under Business and Professions Code section 4996.
• Complete all required documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
• Protect privacy and maintain confidentiality of all company procedures and information about team members, participants, and families.
• Follow Client Health policies and procedures and participate in any required Quality Improvement activities, staff training and meetings.
• Communicate regularly with Supervisor and team regarding workload and priorities

• Timely completion of all mandated trainings and education.
• Timely completion of all mandated occupational health screenings as needed.
• Exercises flexibility in performing assignments as business needs evolve.
• Other duties as assigned.

III. Qualifications and Requirements:
• Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) required.
• Social Work Licensure preferred.

Skills and Experience:
• Minimum of one year of experience with a frail or elderly population.
• Excellent clinical, organizational, and communication skills in settings with frail, elderly participants, their families, and interdisciplinary team members.
• Experience coordinating and facilitating care conference meetings.
• Experience supporting individuals with behavioral health and substance abuse issues, preferred.
• Ability to facilitate problem-solving with challenging psychosocial and family situations.
• Highly motivated, self-directed, able to execute tasks in a quickly changing environment and make sound decisions in emergency situations.
• Excellent organizational and communication skills.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
• Demonstrated ability to prioritize in a fast-paced environment.
• Experience and competency working with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
• Commitment to unlocking the full potential of our most vulnerable seniors.
Email your interest.

Multiple Positions Available - True Care

Youth Ambassador - ExpandLA


Youth Ambassador, ExpandLA

Office Location:

Work will be hybrid: remote & in person: and in the community

Type: Part-time: 12-15 hours/week for 37 weeks: total 500 hours from April - December

Reports to: Director of Partnerships & Programs

Salary : $20/hr.


Vision: The Expanded Learning Alliance (ExpandLA) is a countywide effort to reimagine where and when joyful learning happens by making the most of the time youth have beyond the school day. ExpandLA aims to create an equitable system of  access for children and youth in the LA area to activate their limitless potential.

Background: After receiving input from youth and nonprofit providers, ExpandLA has found that young people need safe spaces that provide an array of programs and services to meet all of their needs. These spaces need to be community-based and accessible to young people as well as have availability 24/7. To fulfill this mission, we are creating models for youth hubs in Los Angeles County, with a specific focus on Southeast Los Angeles (SELA) and the Antelope Valley. The Youth Hub Model should leverage expanded learning and community resources in high-need communities to create accessible one-stop hubs for youth to access programs and services. The Youth Hub Model can consist of one or multiple spaces within a community where providers are strategically coordinated around shared values and common goals. Once the youth hubs are established in the first two communities, ExpandLA will support the expansion of the Youth Hub Model throughout the LA region.

Position Description: The Youth Ambassador (YA) will be responsible for gathering youth input to help create models for youth hubs in SELA and Antelope Valley. The YA will be an organizer that can facilitate change in communities by bringing together youth to learn and meet the needs of those communities. Among their responsibilities, the YA will work with youth in person and virtually to lead focus groups and listening sessions. The YA will also collaborate with ExpandLA team members to create systems and components for the Youth Hub Model.


  • Conduct youth outreach to build and maintain collaborative relationships with youth in either SELA or the Antelope Valley
  • Engage and excite community members to participate in the creation of youth hubs in their neighborhood
  • Participate in community asset mapping and needs assessments, including implementing focus groups, listening sessions, and surveys
  • Support planning, organization, and implementation of community gatherings and special events
  • Coordinate, schedule, and facilitate meetings, including youth groups
  • Participate in communications and public education about youth hubs, including social media outreach to engage young people in the creation of the Youth Hub Model
  • Sometimes carrying and transporting items that may weigh up to 15 lbs
  • Other duties and special projects as assigned


Youth Ambassador will benefit from skill building in the following areas:

  • Meeting facilitation and community organizing
  • Project management, including using project management software such as Asana
  • Communications, including social media and digital tools such as Canva
  • Data collection


  • 18-25 years old
  • Experience working or living in SELA and/or the Antelope Valley
  • Flexibility, creativity, and comfort with ambiguity
  • Must be willing and able to travel to meetings, events, etc.
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends, as needed
  • Comfortable leading or facilitating meetings and listening session with young people
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively and interact with people across different cultures, genders, ethnicities, ages, and races
  • Problem-solving and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with an innovative team
  • Commitment to social and racial justice, diversity, equity, equal access, and inclusion
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; ability to communicate with a variety of audiences
  • A passion that aligns with ExpandLA’s core values and mission

Apply By March 31, 2024 to - Submit a resume and cover letter briefly explaining your work with youth/community and connection to the Southeast Los Angeles or Antelope Valley regions.

Associateship - Stefani Roscoe Therapy And Associates

We are a group practice that specializes in working with children, adolescents, families, and groups. We are focused on bringing families and community together by assisting with healthy relationships. We pride ourselves on being a safe space for everyone, particularly those with marginalized identities and intersectionalities. 

A great candidate needs:

  • Experience working with children
  • Knowledge and enthusiasm for child development
  • Psychodynamic training
  • Proficiency in writing case notes and psychosocial assessments
  • Availability on Fridays and Saturdays
  • Strong communication skills
  • High level of cultural competency and an understanding of the ongoing learning process of cultural humility
  • Willingness to work in person (Sherman Oaks) and virtually
  • Motivation to learn and engage

What I offer:

  • Supervision for adults, children, adolescents, and groups
  • Reliable stream of referrals
  • Specialized training in child development, parent coaching, and play therapy
  • W-2 position with paid clinical, administrative, and supervision hours (with bonus potential)
  • Stable, supportive, and inclusive work environment


Send your resume and three professional references to  or visit


LCA – Lyra Clinical Fellowship Program

About Lyra

Lyra is transforming mental health care through technology with a human touch to help people feel emotionally healthy at work and at home. We work with industry leaders, such as Morgan Stanley, Uber, Amgen, and other Fortune 500 companies, to improve access to effective, high-quality mental health care for their employees and their families. With our innovative digital care platform and global provider network, 10 million people can receive the best care and feel better, faster. Founded by David Ebersman, former CFO of Facebook and Genentech, Lyra has raised more than $900 million in funding to support our mission of improving access to high quality mental healthcare.

Now hiring for September 2024: Full-time employment with benefits, as an Associate Social Worker

About the Role

We are pleased to announce we are recruiting 10 Associate Social Workers for the Lyra Clinical Fellowship Program.

The mission of Lyra’s Clinical Fellowship Program is to reduce disparities in mental health by addressing key systemic barriers to licensure for Associate Social Workers from, or those that have experience working with, communities that are underrepresented in the field.

Lyra’s two-year fellowship program provides Associates with the highest quality training in evidence-based assessment and psychotherapy, rooted in a culturally responsive care foundation. During this program, Associates will utilize Lyra’s innovative video therapy program called Lyra  Care Therapy: blending live video sessions with between-session digital psychoeducation and customizable skill-building tools, lessons, and content.

As a part of the Lyra Clinical Fellowship, Associates would receive access to no-cost clinical supervision, hours towards the required 3000 experience hours BBS requirement in a healthy training environment, plus competitive pay and comprehensive health benefits.

This role is a great fit if you meet the following requirements and are seeking continuous growth and development in your professional career. If you thrive in a feedback-rich environment, are comfortable with evolving processes, and excited by joining a rapidly growing company, this role is for you!


  • Master’s degree or on-track to complete a Master’s degree by June 2024 from an accredited CSWE Social Work program
  • Registered in California as an Associate Social Worker (ASW) OR be eligible to apply to be an ASW in the state of California in time to begin employment. See link for more information.
  • Must reside in California by the beginning of the program in September 2024 and must reside in California for the duration of the fellowship.
  • Committed to delivering culturally responsive care
  • Experience providing evidence-based treatments (e.g., CBT, DBT)
  • Full-time resident of the United States

Daily / Weekly:

  • Work full-time (typically 40 hours per week) with a gradually increasing caseload as your clinical skills develop
  • Provide short-term, evidence-based treatment via Lyra’s online therapy platform
  • Assign digital lessons, videos, and assessments to your clients between video-based sessions to enhance learning and monitor outcomes
  • Engage in weekly didactics designed to prepare you for an exciting career as a Clinical Social Worker
  • Attend one-on-one and peer group supervision

We manage the business operations so you can focus on providing high-quality mental health care.
Here are just some of our perks and benefits:

  • Competitive compensation for clinical and administrative work
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance, plus Lyra coaching and clinical services
  • Time off includes: vacation, sick leave, and annual holidays
  • Free live and recorded webinars with CE approval from APA, ASWB, and NBCC
  • Malpractice liability insurance policy covering care provided with Lyra
  • Financial assistance to prepare for social work licensure exam
  • Dedicated business support from Operations, HR, and IT professionals + a monthly technology stipend

Application Materials to Be Submitted:

  • Curriculum vitae or resume (include academic and clinical/field experience)
  • Cover letter
  • Two letters of recommendation from professors, academic advisors, clinical supervisors, field instructors and/or other professional reference (Please limit the number of academic letters to 1)
  • Answers to the following questions (Please limit each response to 250 words): Describe your experience/training in providing evidence based interventions with diverse populations. What experience do you have in working with underrepresented groups and how has your experience shaped your clinical approach? What are your professional goals and how would the Lyra Clinical Fellowship help you in reaching those goals?

Applications Close 4/14. Early Applications encouraged.

The anticipated starting base salary for an Associate Social Work Fellow - Full-Time (Remote) role at Lyra is $66,700 annually.

At Lyra, base salary is only one aspect of an employee’s total compensation package, which may additionally include comprehensive healthcare coverage, retirement benefits, and time off with pay.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability,  genetic information or any other category protected by law.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability,  genetic information or any other category protected by law.

By applying for this position, your data will be processed as per Lyra Clinical Associates, P.C. Workforce Privacy Notice. Through this application, we will collect personal information from you including your name, email address, gender identity, employment information, and phone number for the purposes of recruiting and assessing suitability, aptitude, skills, qualifications, and interests for employment with Lyra.  We may also collect information about your race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation, which is considered sensitive personal information under the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA).  Providing this information is optional and completely voluntary.  If you are a California resident and would like to limit how we use this information, please use the Limit the Use of My Sensitive Personal Information form.  This information will only be retained for as long as needed to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected, as described above. 

Apply for Lyra's Social Work Fellow Online

Case Management, Multiple Positions - Access TLC

Black Student Achievement Plan (BSAP) Job Opportunities - LAUSD

Academic Counselors: C-Basis $61,905 to $98,467

Restorative Justice Teachers: C-Basis $61,905 to $98,467

Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors: B-Basis $97,368 to $120,403

Psychiatric Social Workers (PSW): B-Basis $97,368 to $120,403














All candidates must apply for District eligibility online.

Please declare the BSAP role of interest in the cover letter and attach it to your application.

Director of Clinical Training and Intern Development - Wellnest



Founded in 1924, Wellnest has always been on the leading edge of mental health and supportive services for children and families. Wellnest helped to pioneer early intervention programs for the 0-5 population, intensive services for at-risk children and families, skills-based mental health services for young adults 16-25, and an inventive collaboration with primary care providers, bringing mental health professionals on-site in community settings. Wellnest’s Socially Integrated Service Model is designed to address the whole child, from 0-25, the entire family, and the communities they live in. We blend evidence-based clinical practices to address the effects of trauma; youth development programs and TAY housing to enable children and youth to develop coping skills, self-esteem, and stability; and family support services to build on family strengths to promote thriving futures. We work in partnership with the family and engage the larger community—particularly schools and other youth service providers—because we recognize that children need functional families and healthy communities to thrive.

The Clinical Training and Intern Development Program is designed to provide graduate-level students pursuing a master’s degree in social work with comprehensive training in a supportive learning environment. Our program goal is to develop well-rounded, skilled therapists who can work with a diverse population in various mental health settings. Interns/trainees receive a best practice curriculum emphasizing culturally responsive client engagement, including assessment, diagnostic, and treatment skills. The treatment modalities that the interns/trainees utilize are the following: individual, family, and group psychotherapy.

We currently partner with the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Southern California, Cal State University, Dominguez Hills, Azusa Pacific University, Cambridge College, and Cal State, Long Beach.

The Director of Clinical Training and Intern Development is responsible for establishing and strengthening relationships with university partners for the recruitment, selection, orientation, development, and evaluation of social work and psychology graduate students completing their internship/training.


  • Develops and oversees Wellnest’s Clinical Training and Intern Development Program by collaborating with university partners to establish intern training plans that meet the school’s requirements and the organization’s objectives.
  • Supervises master-level social work and psychology interns to ensure they meet Wellnest’s client service delivery rate and legal and regulatory compliance requirements.
  • Manages the interview and selection of interns according to university protocol and coordinates their assignments within the organization.
  • Oversees all intern-related activities, including support with projects and assignments (e.g., Process Recordings, Macro/ Capstone Projects), completing the interns’ school evaluations and mid-semester reports, and meeting with the interns’ professors to discuss their performance.
  • Establishes and manages interns’ supervision plans according to university requirements, assesses interns’ performance, and provides regular feedback and support via individual and group supervision meetings.
  • Consults with other program and department leadership teams regarding interns’ performance.
  • Manages the program’s budget and maintains the program’s budgeted staffing levels, including hiring temporary staff during the summer (e.g., case managers).
  • Responds to crisis calls and other emergencies as needed (e.g. critical child-related incidents, threats of suicide in schools, home or community) and follows mandated reporting requirements.
  • Develops, implements, and maintains departmental policies and procedures to meet Behavioral Health Care and the organization’s operational, business, and strategic goals and objectives.
  • Develops and presents training and seminars in clinical, developmental psychology, and family systems.
  • Represents Wellnest at community events, including client recruitment events and funder activities.
  • Develops and maintains professional relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Fosters a culture that welcomes and encourages staff contributions to ensure the team maintains a positive learning and work environment.
  • Conducts in-service training in the agency and community.
  • Participates in clinic-wide on-call system rotation.
  • Participates in required leadership activities, including weekly/monthly meetings and training as scheduled.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Education and Experience:

  • Master's degree in social work from an accredited college or university is required.
  • At least two (2) years of post-licensure experience with the authorization to provide clinical supervision for licensing purposes is required.
  • At least five years of progressive management experience is required.
  • Experience implementing and supporting treatment programs for children and youth in a field-based, community mental health setting is preferred.
  • Certificates, Licenses and Registrations:
  • Must possess and maintain a valid license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) from the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS).
  • Must possess and maintain a valid CA driver’s license and insurable driving record.
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • A strong commitment to advancing Wellnest’s mission.
  • Knowledge of the continuum of mental health services that can be provided to meet the needs of a diverse client population.
  • Knowledge and experience in training processes for mental health professionals.
  • Familiarity with resources available in Los Angeles County to meet the needs of individuals with mental illness.
  • Proficiency with DMH documentation requirements.
  • Demonstrate cultural competence and sensitivity with diverse groups across race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, class, ability, gender, and other identifiers.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the historical context of racial inequality and its present-day implications with the ability to use references and examples that speak to the experiences of a diverse audience, particularly in the communities we aim to reach.
  • Ability to effectively manage and supervise graduate-level students and para-professional staff.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to speak clearly and effectively to present information in one-on-one and small group situations.
  • Excellent organizational, coordination, problem-solving, and time management skills, including planning and managing multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to respond to and resolve complex problems expeditiously.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and cultivate effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders to accomplish programmatic and organizational goals.
  • Ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
  • Ability to navigate Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems and other client databases.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite (i.e., MS Word, Excel, PPT, and Outlook).
  • Ability to occasionally work evenings or weekends as needed


Proof that you will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and boosted per eligibility guidelines by your employment start date. Per the CDC and Department of Public Health, individuals are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19: two weeks or more after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna or vaccine authorized by the World Health Organization) or two weeks or more after they have received a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson [J&J]/Janssen). Wellnest does provide exemptions in accordance with applicable law.


  • Annual Salary Range: $108,675 - $129,117
  • Wellnest offers an $11,500 annual allowance to members of our leadership team to build a personalized benefits package from available medical, dental, and vision coverage plans and employer-paid life insurance.
  • Wellnest employees benefit from an employer-sponsored 401(k) company match of up to 4% and an employee retirement trust contribution of up to 5%.
  • Wellnest observes 12 holidays throughout the year and offers employees a paid holiday break in December, Paid Time Off accrual of up to 10 days during their first year of employment, and one Wellnest Day (floating holiday).
  • Wellnest follows a hybrid work model that mixes in-office and remote work to offer flexibility and support to our employees. Staff are required to be in-office three days a week, and remote for the other two days.


Apply online and submit your application along with your resume. Only candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

Wellnest does not discriminate against any client, parent/guardian, employee, or community member based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race orethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

Research & Evaluation Analyst, Education and Workforce - UNITE LA

Research & Evaluation Analyst, Education and Workforce

Job Description


Over the past 25 years, UNITE-LA has established itself as a trusted education and business intermediary, dedicated timproving the economic mobility and well-being of the region’s diverse rising workforce. Leveraging strategic cross-sector partnerships at local, statewide and national levels, we advance policies, practices and systems that strengthen anti-racism and equitable education and workforce outcomes from cradle through career. UNITE-LA works tincrease access thigh-quality early childhood education, expand quality K-12 education, develop career pathways in high-growth industries, improve college attainment, and ensure workforce readiness and success, especially for individuals from underserved communities or with high barriers temployment.

UNITE-LA is committed tdeveloping and sustaining a diverse workforce with a work environment that is welcoming, respectful, and inclusive for all. We are on a continuing journey tcenter equity and anti-racism in our internal operations and external efforts.

Position Description

UNITE-LA seeks a skilled, dynamic, motivated, and detailed-oriented Research and Evaluation (R&E) professional toperate research and evaluation projects that support UNITE-LA’s success, with a focus on our Systems Change portfoliand additional responsibilities for other portfolios of our work. This position will report primarily tthe Vice President of Research and Evaluation, with additional reporting responsibility tthe Vice President of Systems Change Strategy. The position will alscollaborate closely with other members of both the R&E team and Systems Change team and collaborate on a project-specific basis with UNITE-LA staff in other units.

Our Systems Change efforts focus on aligning and transforming public systems tachieve education and workforce equity for the rising workforce in the L.A. region. In doing so, we engage cross-sector/segmental partners across the county and utilize data timprove our collective understanding of complex drivers of inequities and establish strategies tlessen equity gaps through convening, policy development and advocacy, and programming.

Candidates must have proven competencies in research, evaluation, and writing, coupled with strong project management skills and a commitment tequity and social justice. Scope of work centers on research and evaluation for education and workforce development issues, policies, and programs.

The ideal candidate enjoys data, research, analysis, evaluation, and writing; thinks creatively and strategically; is skilled at managing and executing projects; and values collaboration with team members and external partners. This individual is highly organized and able tprioritize, multi-task, and thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Job Description

  • Manage, and execute data, evaluation, and research projects and efforts. This includes: Surveys, interviews, and focus groups
    • Co-design of evaluations with internal teams tassess outcomes and support data-driven continuous improvement
    • Online research of education and labor force databases
    • Data acquisition, organization, entry, and processing
    • Thematic summaries of data and prior research on education, labor force, and equity issues
    • Identification and messaging regarding compelling facts, data points, and trends
  • Produce high-quality data visualizations, charts, tables, and spreadsheets
  • Produce a range of high-quality written materials (e.g., reports, research briefs, research memos, grant proposals, presentations)
  • Support internal and external meetings, incl. developing relationships with partners, coordinating meetings, setting agendas, documenting discussions and synthesizing discussion elements intaction plans
  • Handle administrative duties as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • 2- 5 years of professional work experience in research, evaluation, report writing, and project management relevant teducation, workforce, or related field
  • Completed a degree and/or coursework in a social science discipline, education, public policy, public administration, or other related field, including: Minimum of 1 year of coursework in quantitative data analysis or statistics;
    • Minimum of 1 year of coursework in research methods, qualitative data analysis, or evaluation
  • Proficiency with quantitative data and analysis, including Data cleaning and statistical analysis
    • Excel mathematical functions, spreadsheets, charts, and tables
    • Accessing and summarizing quantitative data from public dashboards
    • Creating publication-ready figures and tables
    • Understanding quantitative data and interpreting it ttell a story
  • Experience with qualitative research design and analysis, including Focus groups, interviews
    • Proficiency in analyzing qualitative data and constructing comprehensive, thematic summaries
    • Proficiency in reviewing secondary sources, analyzing, and synthesizing information (e.g., literature reviews)
  • Excellent writing skills Experience writing research memos, research reports, and grant proposals
    • Ability tpresent complex information in an understandable and compelling manner
  • Strong project management and organizational skills, including ability thandle multiple projects at once, prioritize, and produce high-quality work
  • Strong communication, collaboration, interpersonal, and teamwork skills
  • Highly motivated, self-starter, detail-oriented, reliable, professional, organized, and a quick learner
  • Substantive interest in education, workforce development, economic mobility, and related issues
  • Personal commitment tequity and anti-racism
  • A growth mindset and desire tcontinuously improve professional skills
  •  Intellectually curious learner willing ttake in new information and perspectives tinform and adapt work
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Adobe PDF applications

Preferred Requirements

  • Master’s degree in a social science discipline, education, public policy, or other related field.
  • High-level proficiency with Excel, including calculations and functions
  • Proficiency with SPSS or other statistical software
  • Proficiency with Survey Monkey or other survey tools
  • Experience with Tableau software
  • Experience with Asana software

Compensation: The starting salary range is $ 61,000 - $70,000, commensurate with experience. If you are offered a position at UNITE-LA, your final compensation will be based on factors such as relevant skills, experience and/or education. In addition tthose factors, we believe in the importance of pay equity and consider internal equity of our current team members as a part of any final offer. Our competitive benefits package includes paid sick leave, vacation, work-life balance time off, robust paid holiday schedule; 401(k) participation with employer contribution; competitive health, vision and dental insurance, flexible spending accounts, and more. UNITE-LA promotes a culture of work-life harmony with flexible schedules and offers employee growth development plans tsupport career pathway development.

Working Location

This position is based in Los Angeles, CA. Work is currently primarily remote with limited in-person requirements at our downtown Los Angeles office and other local venues. Future arrangements will continue tbe hybrid (remote/in person), with some possible travel. Specific arrangements TBD and flexible.


Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter using the email subject line “Research & Evaluation Analyst - [YOUR NAME].” Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with preference tthose received by December 13, 2023. The position is slated tbegin in mid- tlate-

January 2024.

UNITE-LA is proud tbe an Equal Opportunity Employer committed tdeveloping and sustaining a diverse workforce, because we believe that it makes our organization stronger. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard trace, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age. We will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

Psychiatric Social Worker I/ Emergency Appointments Homelessness - County of LA

Program Administrator - Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

New Position Announcement – Program Administrator
Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Program
Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Program Administrator Job Description
The Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is searching for a Program Administrator to coordinate an exciting new three-year SAMHSA- Funded grant “Preventing Youth Overdose: Treatment, Recovery, Education, Awareness, and Training”. The Program Administrator (PA) will be responsible for the development, delivery, coordination, and evaluation of trainings and services provided to schools and community partners as part of this a multi-level training and service
program designed to increase the understanding of SUD/OUD and related issues affecting youth and young adults (AYA). This PA will create and deliver a series of presentations on Youth and opioid use disorder and treatment to students, school personnel, and parents at two local high schools and to health care professionals in the community and within Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. These specialized trainings will include overdose prevention, fentanyl, and harm reduction practices to support
youth. The PA will also support a clinical team that will deliver substance use disorder treatment to
eligible youth and their families.

Qualifications: At least 5 years’ experience coordinating programs and supervising teams required. 2 years direct experience specific to substance use required. Professional SUD clinical experience preferred but not required. Must be fluent in Spanish. BA required. Master’s degree in public health, social work, or related field strongly preferred. Experience managing budgets, grant writing, and working in school settings strongly preferred.

Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Program
The Substance Use Prevention and Treatment (SUPT) program is housed in the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. The SUPT provides substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery services to address the continuum of substance use in a nonjudgmental approach guided by harm reduction and evidence-based practices. We support correcting the harms caused by the war on drugs and partner with youth and community members to create change that does not stigmatize or criminalize youth. The division greatly values diversity and is committed to building a vibrant and culturally diverse team that best reflects the patients and families that we serve.

Salary Range: $52,208 – $117,728

Please visit CHLA's website for more information about the SUPT and the Division of Adolescent & Young Adult Medicine.

To apply
Interested applicants may submit their resumes and cover letter to Irene Lim, LCSW.

Clinician (MSW) - Christ Centered Ministries

The Clinician (MSW/MFT/PCC) is working as part of a multidisciplinary team servicing metro lines and stations and nearby encampments in the LA metro area to address the unhoused population.  Clinicians will work on a team with outreach workers, medical staff, SUD counselors, and case managers in order to increase access to housing and services for unhoused riders. This program is in coordination with the LA County Department of Health Services (DHS). The right candidate should have a passion for helping the unhoused and want to work in a team environment.

Employment Expectations

  1. Serves and protects Christ-Centered Ministries practices by adhering to professional standards, policies and procedures, federal, state and local requirements.
  2. Maintains accurate documentation of service objectives and outcomes as well as other services in accordance with Federal, State, County and Christ-Centered Ministries.
  3. Secures client information and maintains client confidence by completing and safeguarding data. keeping client information confidential and in compliance with HIPAA standards.
  4. Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work environment by establishing and following standards and procedures, complying with legal regulations including acting as a mandated reporter.


  • Maintain a caseload of clients that need therapeutic intervention.
  • Work as the mental health provider of a multidisciplinary team providing psychoeducation and feedback to staff to ensure appropriate interventions and resources
  • Complete biopsychosocial assessments as appropriate to determine and address client's needs.
  • Provide clinical services using Harm Reduction, Trauma Informed Care, and the Housing First models.
  • Encourage and promote self-management and provide assistance to build self-management skills.
  • Maintain required documentation and update client records in accordance with governmental and agency policy
  • Utilize team approach, through regular collaboration with multidisciplinary staff case managers, medical staff and paraprofessional staff to ensure clients’ health care needs are sufficiently met.
  • Participate in regular team meetings.
  • Participate in regular supervision, team meetings, case conferences and staff trainings.
  • Maintain registration, collect hours, and work towards licensure
  • Perform other duties as required.
  • Salary: 75k

Apply for the Clinician opportunity online.

WISE & Healthy Aging

WISE & Healthy Aging is proud to have earned the national distinction as a "Great Place to Work.” We offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits.  For staff who regularly work 30 or more hours per week, benefits include 80% company-paid medical, 100% company-paid dental, 401(k) plan with competitive employer match, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), optional life and vision insurance, 14 paid holidays plus paid time off (PTO).

Paid sick leave is available to all part-time employees who meet specific requirements. 

For more information, please visit WISE & Healthy Aging's website.

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