The Bridge Youth and Family Services seeks a full-time counselor, (bilingual Spanish speaking preferred) to provide crisis intervention and outpatient psychotherapy to youth and families in the northwest suburban communities as a member of our crisis team serving runaway, locked-out, and at-risk youth, children 10 through age 17.
The program maintains an outstanding 95% rate of reunifying runaway and locked-out youth with their families.
Additional salary will be offered based on experience and/or licensure. The Bridge will help the successful candidate achieve licensure. The Bridge provides a supportive team environment, competitive compensation, and regular clinical supervision.
Position requires the candidate to be on-call 5-8 weekdays each month, including overnight, to respond in person to provide crisis intervention services to runaway and homeless youth at police stations, hospitals; and schools; and provide follow-up psychotherapy to youth and families.
Master's degree in social work or mental health counseling required.
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on experience and licensure.
About PIE Org
PIE partners with organizations to serve communities through outcomes-focused strategic planning and evaluation which includes the McCormick Health and Wellness Network. It represents a Network of 25 nonprofit agencies that offer access and delivery of competent care of social services issues including trauma and support: domestic violence, sexual assault, counseling, family support, substance abuse, and other needed services. The Bridge Youth and Family Services' mission is to help young people and families achieve social and emotional health.