Our Outpatient Mental Health services are uniquely suited to meet the needs of vulnerable and high-risk children, adolescents and families – particularly those involved in the Alameda County foster care system. We see clients at our Fruitvale clinic as well as in community settings, meeting families at their greatest point of need, equipping them with the tools and linkages to help overcome what often are multiple traumatic events. You will work with a skilled team of licensed (and license-eligible) clinicians on evidence based treatment plans, parent training and support as well as case management. The impact of our work is evident in the lives we help to change on a daily basis.
Reporting to the Care Coordination Supervisor, the Outpatient (OTP) Case Manager works in collaboration with Mental Health Clinicians to provide advocacy, community-based rehabilitation services, referrals and collateral work with parents, social workers, teachers, and other adults in youths’ lives. Services may include linking to and coordinating with tutoring & vocational programs, mentoring, housing, health, benefits or other needs of the family. The OTP Case Manager must have strong advocacy skills, demonstrate flexibility, utilize a strengths-based approach, and have demonstrated experience working with children and their families.
WestCoast Children’s Clinic seeks a talented Staff Accountant who is dedicated to helping our agency make a difference in the community. We are looking for a detail-oriented and skilled accountant who will be responsible for processing a variety of accounting transactions in the Sage MIP accounting system. Responsibilities of this position will include preparing general ledger entries, producing monthly financial reporting, preparing bank and balance sheet reconciliations, and supporting the annual audit and tax preparation.
WestCoast Children’s Clinic is seeking multiple TAYS Clinician for the Catch-21 Program and C-Change Program, who are passionate about improving the lives of underserved adolescents. The TAYS Clinicians provide community-based, intensive strategies to address any current need for stabilization, crisis intervention and trauma-focused treatment. Continue reading