Clinical Supervisor – Transition Aged Youth Services (TAYS) and Outpatient (OTP) Programs

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is seeking a Clinical Supervisor in the Transition Aged Youth Services (TAYS) and Outpatient (OTP) programs to provide clinical oversight and quality assurance to unlicensed and licensed staff clinicians who provide community-based mental health care services with a focus on trauma-informed services to children, youth and families. The supervisor is legally responsible for adherence to all applicable licensing, supervision, billing, documentation requirements and overseeing the timeliness and quality of a staff member’s clinical work. This position works with TAYS and Outpatient Program Directors to identify policies, procedures, and training needs.

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Office & Administrative Assistant (UC Berkeley work-study only)

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is committed to providing psychological services to vulnerable children, youth, and their families regardless of their ability to pay and to expanding the reach of psychological services through practice and research. To ensure the ongoing availability of these services, WestCoast is dedicated to training the next generation of mental health professionals.

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is seeking for an Office & Administrative Assistant who will have the chance to gain valuable skills and deeper insight into a non-profit agency that serves approximately 1,500 children and families annually in the community and in our clinic. In this role, the Office & Administrative Assistant will focus on Clinical Services and Facilities departments, completing projects and other assignments. If you have always wanted to learn more about the way a non-profit agency operates, particularly one focused on mental health care services or public health, here is a great opportunity.

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10 Reasons to #KillTheBill

The House is voting this afternoon! We are targeting these Reps: Please share this widely in CA

Here’s who they are, the cities they represent and the number of constituents who would lose coverage under the ACHA within the next decade:

  • Rep. Denham: Modesto, Oakdale, Tracy, Turlock and surrounding areas: 51,000 constituents would lose coverage
  • Rep. Valadao: Fresno and surrounding areas: 60,100 would lose coverage
  • Rep. Cook: San Bernardino County: 51,900 would lose coverage
  • Rep. Issa: coastal San Diego and northern Orange County: 36,400 would lose coverage
  • Rep. Knight: Northern LA County, Santa Clarita, Palmdale, Simi Valley and surrounding areas: 46,400 would lose coverage
  • Rep. La Malfa: Shasta and surrounding areas: 45,600
  • Rep. Rohrbacher: Orange County (Huntington Beach area): 41,600

The Capitol switchboard will connect you with your Member of Congress: (202) 224-3121

How children in foster care could benefit from the new federal education law

“For far too long, we as a country have failed so many of our most vulnerable students,” Education Secretary John King Jr. told reporters Wednesday. “We cannot allow the students who need our attention the most to be treated unfairly under the law.”

The Washington Post reports on the Obama administration new education compliance standards states and school disitricts must meet. Continue reading here.