Community Connections’ Day Rehabilitation Services Program (DSVC) is a skills training and motivation enhancement program that supports adults with serious mental illness (and often co-occurring substance use disorders) in their efforts to change lifestyle, overcome obstacles, and recover their lives. We believe people can recover and are capable of living independent satisfying lives, and we help them develop skills that will empower each individual to make positive life choices. Program participants work together in a variety of activities to gain or rebuild confidence and the skills necessary for living independently. DVSC uses a highly interdependent teamwork approach to its service provision.
- Lead two rehabilitation groups per day
- Conduct individual services as needed
- Provide psychosocial and care coordination services as needed and in collaboration with treatment teams in the agency
- Bachelor’s Degree (preferred MSW or MA in Counseling with DC LGSW or LGPC)
- Experience leading psychoeducation and/or skills-based groups
- Excellent time management and clinical documentation skills
- Experience delivering individual, goal-directed therapeutic services
- Strong candidates will be emotionally mature, energetic, internally motivated, and value both teamwork and independent responsibility.
- Supervision towards LICSW or LPC
- Opportunities to earn CEUs
- PTO (vacation/sick/holidays)
- Medical/Vision/Dental/Prescription Drug Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Long-term disability
- Voluntary life insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Immediate 403(b), with employer contribution after two years of employment
- Credit union and banking partners including M&T Bank and State Employees Credit Union of Maryland
- Educational assistance after one year of employment
- Professional and leadership development
- Pre-tax Metro cost
To apply, please send your letter of interest and resume directly to the attention of Rebecca Wolfson Berley, LICSW, Chief Human Resources Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage people of color, women, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities to apply.