Easterseals UCP is a nonprofit service provider with over 20 different service lines. We manage residential group home program, summer camps for children with IDD and autism, find employment for people with mental and psychical disabilities, afterschool programs, adoption and foster services, crisis services, among many others. As an organization, we have been active for over 100 years and are ever growing to continue to serve as many individuals in the community as we can.
One of our service lines is our Intensive In-Home Treatment Team (IIH)
Intensive In-Home is a 3-6 month partnership between our professional three-person mental health team and families to first understand then address troublesome behaviors or psychiatric and emotional problems. In addition to weekly, child, parent, and family-based counseling, IIH teams are on call 24 hours each day to provide assistance in a crisis.
This service is a time-limited intensive family preservation intervention intended to stabilize the living arrangement, promote reunification or prevent the utilization of out-of-home therapeutic resources (i.e., psychiatric hospital, therapeutic foster care, residential treatment facility) for the identified youth through the age of 18.
This service is delivered primarily to children in their family’s home. All treatment must be directed toward the eligible recipient of in-home services. This intervention uses a team approach designed to address the identified needs of children and adolescents who are transitioning from out of home placements or are at risk of out-of-home placement and need intensive interventions to remain stable in the community. Team to family ratio shall not exceed one to eight (1 to 8) for each three-person team.
This population has access to a variety of interventions twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days per week by staff that will maintain contact and intervene as one (1) organizational unit.
We are looking to grow our teams with talented people and achieve great things together!
About the Position:
- Working hours for this position are Monday - Friday 11am-7pm
- Weekly travel to Wake, Durham and Johnson Counties are required for this position (4-6 hours per week)
- Must deliver services in various environments, such as homes, schools, detention centers and jails (state funds only), homeless shelters, street locations, etc; diffuse crises, evaluate the nature of crises and intervene to reduce the likelihood of a recurrence;
- Ensure linkage to needed community services and resources;
- Arrange, coordinate, and monitor other services on behalf of the individual;
- Monitor and manage the presenting psychiatric and/or addiction symptoms;
- Provide self-help and living skills training for youth;
- Provide mental health treatment for the youth or other family members as directed by the Team Leader;
- Provide parenting skills training to help the family build skills for coping with the youth’s disorder;
- Work with caregivers in the implementation of home-based behavioral supports
- Must be either a licensed or board eligible/provisional licensed professional (LPC, LPA, LMFT, or LCSW);
- Must have a Master's degree in Human Services field
- Must have a minimum of one (1) year documented clinical mental health work experience with the population (at-risk children and families).
Applicants with previous experience with Intensive In-Home encouraged to apply
Children and adults with disabilities, mental health challenges, and special needs find highest-quality services designed to meet their individual needs when they come to Easterseals UCP in North Carolina and Virginia. Teams of therapists, teachers and other health professionals help each person overcome obstacles to independence and reach his or her personal goals.
Easterseals UCPEasterseals UCP is a leading provider of disability related-services in the communities in which we serve. Our purpose is to provide meaningful and exceptional services so that children and adults living with disabilities and mental health challenges can live, learn, work and play in their communities. Minorities are encouraged to apply. Children and adults with disabilities, mental health challenges, and special needs find highest-quality services designed to meet their individual needs when they come to Easterseals UCP in North Carolina and Virginia. Teams of therapists, teachers and other health professionals help each person overcome obstacles to independence and reach his or her personal goals.