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FaCT Program Manager
Charitable Ventures
Support the FaCT Program as the co-lead of the Charitable Ventures team!

The FaCT Program Manager co-leads Charitable Ventures' work on the FaCT Administrative Services (FAS) program, partnering with OC Social Agency on coordinating and managing the critical deliverables required to support the Network, including: Training, Marketing and Communication, Partner and Resource Development, and Administration and Operations. The FaCT Manager will attend and/or lead regular meetings of FaCT leadership, staff, partners and committees, coordinating and managing the work of other Charitable Ventures staff, developing content for communications and trainings, and managing the administration of the program.
Stanton FRC- Counselor
Boy’s & Girls of Garden Grove
Class: Non- Exempt. Full Time
Hourly Rate: Up to $30.00/hour (up to $62,400 annually based on hours worked) + comprehensive benefits
Hours: 30• hours/week, occasional evening and weekend hours
Location: Stanton Family Resource Center - FYOP

Job Summary: Provide mental health assessment, individual, group and family treatment and parent education. Provide comprehensive mental health services, case
management and other related support services to eligible youth, parents, and families. Responsible for meeting weekly productivity expectations and maintain accurate and up to date case records of all services rendered in accordance with state and county regulations, while maintaining an active caseload.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Support programs, activities and services that prepare youth and families for success by incorporating the organization's mission

Contribute to identifying and implementing strategies for quality Improvement of BGC-CHS programs

Create an environment that promotes the physical, social and emotional well-being of individuals through providing support towards improving functions and ensure psychiatric services are coordinated and accessed in a timely manner

Ensure the counseling locations used meet health and safety standards and ensure the safety of all clients

Take actions to prevent accidents and respond to injury and signs of illness

Effectively support the planning, development and implementation of FACT FRC counseling and services

Adhere to proper documentation procedures and processes according to Orange County and Behavioral Board of Science standards

Effectively monitor and evaluste programs, services and activities through completing weekly client services log, progress notes, client files, and direct services hour logs and submitting to supervisor

Participate in weekiy case manazement team meeting

Program Specialist R&R
Children's Home Society of California
Children's Home Society of California (CHS) is a multi-service, non-profit agency providing Early Learning and Education Programs in various California communities. Come join our team and contribute your talents to supporting families, child care providers, and communities while we work together building brighter tomorrows for children today!

CHS provides a robust benefits package, which includes: 100% employer paid medical, dental and vision coverage for eligible employees and their eligible dependents; 10% employer paid pension plan contribution for eligible employees; monthly vacation accrual; 12 paid holidays; sick leave benefits; and much more.

COVID-19 considerations: CHS cares deeply about your health and safety. CHS has established health and safety procedures for all offices and follows local, state, and federal requirements.

Telework policies are currently in use for this position; however, there may be some circumstances when on-site reporting is necessary in a CHS office. CHS has Flexible Workday Policy, which provides a variety of weekly work schedules.

This is a Full-Time (37.5 hours), Non-Exempt Position
Bilingual Spanish Resource Family Social Worker
Orangewood Foundation
Mission: To strive for equity for our youth by valuing and supporting the life they envision.
Values: Trust, Respect, Empathy, Inclusion & Advocacy

Position Title: Bilingual Spanish Resource Family Social Worker
Employment Classification: Full-Time; Salary; Exempt $62,400.00 - $70,400.00 Salary/year
Reports to: Resource Family Social Worker Supervisor
Department: Youth Connected Program

Program Summary: Youth Connected Program includes foster family agency, school dormitory, and Mental Health services in coordination with government agencies and collaborative partners.

Position Summary: Provides multicultural, multi-ethnic, trauma-informed Resource Family Approval (RFA) to youth and resource parents, in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and standards of practice. Counsels individuals, groups and/or family regarding psychological, behavioral, and/or emotional problems, develops and implements Needs and Services Plan in various settings in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and standards of practice. Conducts assessments and/or screens relevant to the population being served and program. Work is performed under the direction and supervision of a Supervising Social Worker.
Program Director of Foster Youth Services
Orangewood Foundation

Position Title: Program Director of Foster Youth Services
Employment Classification: Full Time, Salary, Exempt $90,000.00 - $110,000.00 Salary/year
Reports to: Chief Program Officer
Department: Programs

Position Summary: Directs all aspects of the Youth Connected Program including the foster family agency, onsite dormitory and supportive services on the school campus. Responsible for implementation of trauma informed service coordination. Ensure collaboration with government agencies and community partners. Serves as an important member of the Leadership Team focusing on the furthering Orangewood Foundations mission and strategic goals.
Youth Support Specialist
Orangewood Foundation
Position Title: Youth Support Specialist (YSS)

Employment Classification: Hourly, Non-exempt

Reports to: Program Supervisor, Independent Living Program (ILP)

Department: Programs

Program Summary: The Independent Living Program provides workshops, special events and support services to help youth ages 16-21 prepare for emancipation.

Position Summary: YSS provides one-on-one engagement, assessment, instruction, guidance, and support to youth (typically ages 18 to 25). YSS will facilitate and provide supportive services that will ensure youth is able to secure and maintain their housing placement and achieve independence. This position requires a flexible schedule including evenings and some weekends.
Community Services Manager
Under the direction of the Chief Programs Officer, The Community Services Manager is responsible for the on-going coordination, management, and expansion of the Community Services Program: Human Trafficking, Elder Abuse, Prevention Education, Supervised Visitations, and Community Education. Utilizing a trauma-informed, survivor-driven approach, the Community Services Manager provides training, supervision, and direction to our Community Services Program team of supervisors, specialist, and advocates.
Housing Navigator
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Housing, the Housing Navigator is responsible for identifying and transitioning survivors into a full range of permanent housing opportunities,including individual apartments and shared housing. The Housing Navigator will work as a lead for a housing team that works closely with landlords to identify units.
Program Coordinator / Success Coach
(Bilingual in Vietnamese)
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