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Monday, November 19, 2018

Access Management Nurse - RN or LPN

​Community Connections, Inc. DC’s largest private not-for-profit mental health core service agency, seeks full time nurse to join the staff of its fast-paced Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, managing the clinic and integrating administrative and nursing services.

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Monday, November 19, 2018

Administrative Support Specialist

Community Connections, Inc. DC’s largest private not-for-profit mental health core service agency, seeks a full time Administrative Support Specialist to join the staff of its fast-paced front desk. Successful candidates will have excellent computer and customer service skills along with the ability to multitask.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Homeless Outreach Specialist

The Homeless Outreach Specialist delivers street outreach, in-reach, assessment, documentation assistance, and referrals to appropriate community resources. The position requires one year of relevant experience working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and facing homelessness or residing in housing programs.
Contact: iheru@ccdc1.org

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Homeless Outreach/PSH Specialist

The Homeless Outreach/PSH Specialist in the CABHI Program serves vulnerable men and women in the District experiencing homelessness and delivers outreach, in-reach, assessment, housing navigation, linking to mental health and/or substance abuse services and follow up housing stabilization services.
Contact: iheru@ccdc1.org

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic Clinician

OBHC Clinicians function in a blended role providing Intake Assessment, Discharge Planning/Graduation, and Psychotherapy. DC professional licensure required: Advanced LGSW or LGPC or LICSW or LPC.
Contact: jjoyce@ccdc1.org

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Monday, November 12, 2018

Clinical Case Management - Rehabilitation Specialist on ACT Team

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) clinical staff work collaboratively on multi-disciplinary teams serving vulnerable people who need high levels of support to live successfully in the community. Staff develop strong, trauma-informed relationships with clients who would otherwise by at the furthest margins of society. With a holistic trust-based approach, clients are assisted with problems related to psychiatric symptoms, homelessness, addiction, legal issues, physical health, and perhaps most importantly, relationships. We have openings on specialty teams working with: 1. justice-involved adults, 2. transitional age youth 18-29, 3. mothers with young children, 4. geriatric/traumatic brain injury, and 5. general adults.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

LICSW or LPC for Director of Justice Services in Community Behavioral Health

The interface of the behavioral health and criminal justice systems is one of the most dynamic and exciting areas of behavioral health practice. Applicants for the Director of Justice Services should have a range of experience with the involved population and new ideas to meet the evolving needs of vulnerable people who are justice involved. The Director will provide leadership in the conceptualization of new clinical programs to address the needs of the justice involved population and the development of funding streams to address those needs, and will oversee and grow several projects already underway.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Re-Entry Specialist in Community Behavioral Health

Community Connections seeks a Re-Entry Specialist to work on our Re-Entry Project for returning citizens who have behavioral health problems. The Re-Entry Specialist visits people in jail and prison, facilitates events on the day of release, and provides direct support to consumers in their first weeks in the community. Minimum requirement is a BA degree, two years’ experience providing behavioral health services to people dually diagnosed with a major mental illness and addiction, and experience working with the criminal justice system.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Clinical Integration Specialist Working with Children and Families in SAMHSA Project

The Healing, Recovering, and Empowering Together (HEART) program seeks a clinician to provide integrated high quality behavioral health and trauma specific treatment for children, adolescents and their families aimed to disrupt the transmission of intergenerational trauma.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Family Peer Integration Specialist

The Family Peer Integration Specialists will utilize their lived experience of raising a child with a mental illness and/or trauma to engage children and families in behavioral health services.
Contact: kbrock@ccdc1.org

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