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Project Coordinator
Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center
Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RM-PHTC) has an ongoing position opening for a FT Project Coordinator within our team. All materials need to be submitted by 6/13/22. Individuals with questions please direct them to .
Mental Health Supervisor
Family & Intercultural Resource Center
The Mental Health Supervisor is responsible for supporting a team of mental health navigators that provide comprehensive mental health navigation, including supporting community members in accessing mental health care, and/or community services. The Supervisor will audit all data entry and will provide training and support to ensure program outcomes are met. The Supervisor will contribute to and foster a healthy team environment and will maintain strong community partnerships. Bilingual ability in English and Spanish is preferred.
Behavioral Health & Wellness Manager
Family & Intercultural Resource Center
The Behavioral Health & Wellness Manager will provide high-level oversight and participate in strategic program development of FIRC’s behavioral health programming including Mental Health Navigation and Peer Community support. The Manager is responsible for budgets, grant requirements, meeting deliverables and conducting data audits and evaluations with time sensitive and accurate reporting. The Manager will build a healthy team relationship, will maintain strong community partnerships, and will seek out new partnership opportunities. The Manager directly supervises the Mental Health Supervisor and Peer Community Supervisor as well as oversees the department and its staff. Bilingual ability in English and Spanish is preferred.
Out for Safe Spaces Special Projects Coordinator
Jeffco Communities That Care
The Out for Safe Spaces Special Project Coordinator will plan and facilitate implementation of the Jeffco CTC Building Allyship and Diversity in Jeffco (BADJ) program. The BADJ program is modeled on “Out for Safe Spaces,” a national initiative created by the Los Angeles LGBT Center that supports adults who work with youth to visibly identify as trusted adults to LGBTQ2SIA+, BIPOC and multiracial youth.

Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) is seeking an adaptable individual with excellent communication and partner coordination skills and a demonstrated commitment to working with youth and adults as members of the LGBTQ2SIA+, BIPOC, and multiracial communities to join our team as a Special Projects Coordinator. This is a 15 month grant funded position, with funding from the Colorado Department of Public Health & the Environment (CDPHE)’s Office of Health Equity. The Coordinator works in collaboration with staff from the Jeffco Schools, Jefferson County Public Libraries, Jeffco Connections, youth and other stakeholders.

The Special Projects Coordinator will work with the Jeffco Communities That Care coalition, Jefferson County JEDI group, JCPH health equity team, community members, elected officials, policy makers, partner organizations, and JCPH and County staff to design and implement the BADJ Program.

Please note that creating health equity, which means everyone has the opportunity to attain their highest level of health, is a guiding principle of Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH). All positions within the agency are expected to contribute toward achieving health equity in Jefferson County. JCPH is committed to the diversity of its staff, as well as providing culturally responsive programs and services that help to reduce health inequities in Jefferson County. As such, JCPH welcomes and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds and abilities to apply for positions within the agency.
Seasonal Heath Navigator
Family and Intercultural Resource Center
The Seasonal Health Navigator will meet one on one with individuals and families during Colorado’s open enrollment period to assist with health insurance enrollment, SNAP, resources and advocacy. The Health Navigator will act in the client’s best interest, operate with honesty and integrity and conduct follow-ups to achieve the best possible outcomes. This is a hybrid remote and in-person (3 days a week required in person) position in Summit County, Colorado. Multiple positions available; one will be filled by a candidate that is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Supportive Services Supervisor
Family and Intercultural Resource Center
The Supportive Services Supervisor is responsible for overseeing a team of 4-6 staff who provide family supportive services (i.e. Housing, counseling, medical, dental, etc.). The Supportive Services Supervisor will build a strong team dynamic and provide support and backup when necessary to case workers and intake coordinators to improve overall family outcomes. They will also be responsible for data outcomes and to work closely with community partners to strengthen relationships and better understand services across agencies.  
Mental Health and Wellness Intern
DBOA (Driven By Our Ambitions)

Provide supportive and culturally informed mental wellness and counseling services and behavioral case management.

Assesses, monitors, and follows up with client’s toward goals and desires.

Supports clients in accessing additional culturally informed community-based services and supports.

Infuses spirituality and religion in the therapeutic process as identified by the client.

Provides comprehensive strengths-based mapping and goal setting designed to identify the strengths and areas of opportunity.

Support clients in developing interests and leisure time activities to provide a sense of participation and personal worth, including opportunities for age appropriate, culturally appropriate daytime and evening activities.

Identifies and collaborates with potential natural support systems; such as community elders, advocates, agencies, churches, and other organizations.

Utilizes the strengths of the client’s village to support and promote wellness.

Understands and engages in BIPOC trauma frameworks and historical perspectives.
Adoptive Family Caseworker
Adoption Options
Position Summary:

Reporting to the Infant Adoption Program Manager, the Adoptive Family Caseworker provides a variety of advanced administrative functions that support critical agency child placement services. The Adoptive Family Caseworker is responsible for coordinating significant aspects of the adoption process including but not limited to; case management and facilitation, scheduling and completion of home assessments
using SAFE (structured analysis family evaluation), presentation of conclusions and recommendations, post placement supervision as required and the preparation, completion and distribution of all related
documentation. In addition, the Adoptive Family Caseworker must maintain up-to-date situational awareness of all active cases, clients, processes, and events.

Please see our website for Essential Functions/Responsibilities, more information, and way to apply!
General Adoption Specialist
Adoption Options
Position Summary:
Reporting to the Senior Director of Programs and IAP Program Manager the General Adoption Specialist provides a variety of advanced administrative functions that support critical agency child placement
services in both the Flexible Families and Infant Adoption programs. The General Adoption Specialist must be an experienced child welfare professional with exceptional communication and teamwork skills,
the ability to be flexible with often shifting priorities, and a desire to serve children and families as they move towards permanency. This role will carry responsibilities and duties across both adoption programs, and will carry a shifting caseload as assigned to meet the needs of the agency. These duties
will include but are not limited to providing all-options counseling and support through the legal process for expectant and birth parents, completing homestudy assessments for potential adoptive parents, leading outreach to community partners and resources, supporting or leading family education and training classes as needed, search and placement matching of foster care families with state agencies
both in and out of Colorado, attendance at formal presentations and the placement of children into families, provide post placement supervision as required, and prepare, complete, and distribute all finalization documentation.

Please see our website for additional information and pathway to apply!
Internship: Fostering Healthy Future Mentor Program
Adoption Options
The Fostering Healthy Futures® program is an evidence-based, intensive preventive intervention for preadolescent children (ages 9-11) with one or more Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), which may include the experience of maltreatment, out-of-home placement, housing instability, violence exposure and/or parental substance use, mental illness, or incarceration.

Open to all students, a good fit for first year graduate students or first clinical experience

Serve as mentors to children (ages 9-11) who have current or previous child welfare involvement due to one or more adverse childhood experiences

Weekly one-on-one mentoring visits (2-3 hours per child, paired with 2 youth)

Transportation to/from weekly skills group (2-3 hours total)

Requires evening availability on Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 4pm to 8pm

May require some weekends to conduct individual 2-3 hour visits with youth and families
Justice Program Manager
Springs Recovery Connection
We are looking for a program manager for our Justice Program. Candidate must have lived experience with both substance use disorder, and lived experience navigating the justice system as a participant in either/and/or Probation, Jail, Prison. Please visot for more information about our organization.
Communication and Evaluation Coordinator
Lake County Build a Generation
The Communication and Evaluation Coordinator will be responsible for supporting creation of public-facing communications materials that help us tell the story of our organization and its impact including social media (currently Facebook and Instagram), print materials, and email newsletters. The coordinator will also be responsible for participating in the creation of an organization-wide evaluation plan–a process that will start in June 2022 and be led by an expert consultant.

There are several opportunities for on-the-job training for both communication and evaluation, and previous experience is not strictly required.

To apply, download the full job description below. Please reach out to Noah at with any questions or requests for more information.
Childcare Access Facilitator
Lake County Build A Generation
The Childcare Access Facilitator will support Lake County Build a Generation’s efforts by facilitating our childcare access initiatives. This involves organizing and facilitating the Childcare Coalition and its workgroups, building relationships with childcare providers and community partners, and exploring policy and systems-level solutions to meet childcare needs in Lake County.

To review the full job description go to Please reach out to Hannah at with any questions about the position.
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