Community Action Treatment Team (CATT) Clinician
Provide assessment, treatment, and educational wrap-around services as an effective alternative to out-of-home placement for children and youth with serious behavioral health. The team of clinicians, case managers, mentors, and medical staff will work together to serve not only the target population but the families and systems the children and youth are living within. Masters degree in Behavioral Health Sciences such as mental health counseling, social work, marriage, and family therapy. License required for 2 of 4 positions. Obtain certification in CFARS and FARS. Minimum 2 years experience working with children or adolescents with behavioral health needs. Successfully complete level 2 background screening.