Under the direct of the Program Manager, the Crisis Counselor works with police departments to provide crisis intervention services to schools, families and youth in various communities. Services include, but are not limited to, home-based counseling to individuals and families, advocacy services, community wraparound, and stabilization services.
BA or BS in a human service field, CADC a plus, and prior experience in-group, family and individual counseling required. Experience working with at risk youth. Excellent communication and written skills are essential. Bilingual in (English/Spanish) is required, non-bilingual applicants will not be considered. Must be willing to work a schedule which requires one evening per week and one weekend per month on-call. Valid driver’s license and ownership of or ready access to an insured vehicle, as well as a clear driving record, is required.