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Posted 1-15-2020

Lotus Children’s Advocacy and Rape Crisis Center
1605 North Friendship Road
Paducah, KY42202

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Weaks Center
607 Poplar Street
Suites B, I, J
Murray, KY42071

Phone: 270-534-4422
Email:cwaldo@lotusky.org
Website: www.hopehealgrow.org

LICENSED THERAPIST

Description: We are looking for a licensed (or someone working towards licensure) Therapist and are hoping to find an SIUC graduate interested in this rewarding career.Salary is between $46,000-$52,000, depending on experience and license status.

Cheryl Waldo
Director of Operations and Personnel
Lotus Children’s Advocacy and Rape Crisis Center


Posted 1-8-2020

RecoverUs Centers Carbondale

PART-TIME COUNSELOR – LCP/LCSW

Description:
RecoverUs is an out-patient, non-narcotic treatment facility located here in Carbondale, for those addicted to opiates and other drugs including alcohol. We offer a radical new approach to recovery, a unique combination of allopathic medicine, nutrition, psychology, licensed addiction counseling and alternative therapies designed to treat the whole person, not just the addiction. The process takes 8-14 days for the initial detoxification. After you are free from addiction, we help with long-term brain restoration, forming new patterns, and a life free from the effects of drugs and alcohol.

As you are aware, addiction does not discriminate, it effects all genders, races, religions, ages, and education levels. Today, too many professionals, teenagers and young adults are fighting the fight, some in silence and others may have a close friend or family member struggling.

For more information, view: RecoverUs Centers Carbondale


Posted 1-8-2020

Family Counseling Center, Inc.
Johnson County Office

MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES

Description: Family Counseling Center based out of Golconda and Vienna, Illinois has additional opportunities for outpatient counselors and therapists, as well as residential technicians and residential advocates.

For more information, view: Family Counseling Center - Johnson County


Posted: 1-7-2020

Carle Richland Memorial Hospital

LSW/LCSW

Description: A full-time (80 hours per bi-weekly pay) position. Provides social work services to patients and families within assigned area in order to meet identified psychosocial needs as well as to enhance problem-solving and coping capacities and to facilitate timely discharge by arranging post-discharge services. The social work provides psychosocial assessment, supporting counseling, crisis intervention and financial planning and works collaboratively with all other members of the healthcare team ensuring clear communication and care planning to all patients.

Minimum Requirements: Must be a graduate of a bachelor's or master's social work program. Illinois LSW or LCSW preferred. One to three years of social work experience preferred.

For more information, view LSW/LCSW attachment.


Posted: 1-7-2020

Catholic Charities: Archdiocese of Saint Louis
Good Shepherd Children & Family Services

FOSTER CARE SPECIALIST

Description: Position is full time and serves St. Louis and Jefferson Counties.Primary responsibilities include providing assessment, service planning and case management to families with the focus on connecting children with families and keeping families connected.Advocate for Children and Families within the systems impacting service delivery i.e. educational, legal, medical, mental health systems.Conduct activities in a manner to facilitate the fundamental goals of achieving permanency for children, placement stability, safety of children and reduction of residential utilization.Document all activities related to case management in the state information system.

Qualifications: The position requires strong written and verbal communication skills, an ability to work with a diverse client population, a desire to work as part of a team, a sense of humor, a working knowledge of community resources and a passion for the right of every child to be part of a permanent, loving family.

Minimum Requirements: At least 2 years child welfare experience and a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling.Prior Child Welfare Practice training preferred.

For more information, view Foster Care Specialist attachment.