Job Posting

Therapist to provide psychotherapy group and individual therapies and family therapy sessions with focus on providing juvenile sex offense (JSO) treatment and working with court involved youth. Employs a range of techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication and behavior change that is designed to improve the mental health of a client or patient, or to improve group relationships (such as in a family).

NJ LSW or NJ LCSW with significant knowledge of licensing laws and regulations relating to  DCP&P Chapter 124, Chapter 128 And New Jersey Family Court. Prior experience with JSO treatment or court involved youth highly desirable. At least three years supervisory experience in human service industry. LCSW Clinical Supervision with verifiable clinical supervision certificate is preferred.

(TCM) program works in partnership with Philadelphia’s Department of Human Services (DHS) and School District of Philadelphia (SDP) to improve school attendance and academic achievement through early interventions and case management with at-risk children, youth and their families. The Truancy Case Manager will work with the TCM program team to offer support and advocacy services primarily for students involved with truancy court proceedings.

The Truancy Case Manager will provide case management services including comprehensive assessments, Family Development Plans (FDP), home and school visits, representation at court hearings, and referrals and linkages to community resources. The Truancy Case Manager will monitor progress on FDP goals and address any new truancy issues that arise. The Truancy Case Manager will work with the entire TCM team to assist with networking, referrals, translation and interpretation. The Truancy Case Manager will document case progress in case notes, databases, and case files. The Truancy Case Manager will be cross-trained in the standards and responsibilities of all three (3) tiers including leading office hours at schools, performing case management, and supporting the transition of cases to Family Court. The Truancy Case Management program’s goal is to increase opportunities for children and youth to build positive relationships in their family, school and communities, and to help them achieve their full academic potential.

BSW with a minimum one year case management or clinical experience. An ability to travel around local Philadelphia neighborhoods extensively. Flexible hours and may require some travel and nighttime or weekend assignments.


This position will provide those living with HIV/AIDS a comprehensive continuum of services through critical linkages with community resources.  In addition, secures ongoing follow up with medical providers as well as intensive counseling aimed at treatment adherence.

BSW with at least 1 year of experience in counseling or social work with an extensive focus on substance abuse and/or HIV/AIDS issues and services.

(SFRS) will provide overall support in our early intervention efforts through our 32 school partnerships in the TCM program. The SFRS will be responsible for retrieving student referrals identified through an early warning system from each school and ensuring that students and families are linked to services. The SFRS will update school profile directories, build awareness about truancy services at each school through participation in school activities, and facilitate and coordinate resource workshops for students and parents. The SFRS will retrieve student records monthly for the team during visits and through engagement with our school partners. The SFRS will monitor linking students and families to services and conduct home visits when contacts are unsuccessful. The SFRS will also facilitate transitions of referrals to Tier II services for case management. Many of the early intervention efforts primarily take place during office hours coordinated by the SFRS 2-4 times monthly at each school. Conduct visits at the homes of families identified for early intervention services when contacts are unsuccessful.

BSW with a minimum one year of experience in a similar setting.  Flexible hours and may require some travel and nighttime or weekend assignments

To provide supportive and informational counseling and discharge planning to adult, pediatric, adolescent and geriatric patients/families as it relates to the patient’s emotional, functional, financial and social adjustment to illness, hospitalization and discharge. Goal is to collaborate with patients, families and health care providers to promote health and manage illness. Facilitates the use of assessment, coordination and education to achieve quality patient care outcomes while coordinating interdisciplinary comprehensive and cost effective care across the continuum. Person must have excellent communication skills, be organized and able to function well as a team member.

BSW or MSW – Medicare and Medical Assistance knowledge base, acute and long-term care.  Knowledge of PA laws impacting health care delivery, i.e. adoption advance directives, guardianship, abuse and neglect. Discharge planning, resources and referrals.

The Aging Care Manager provides assessment, care planning, service coordination, and performance of ongoing tasks for consumers seeking assistance in obtaining a variety of formal and/or informal social services.  This position develops care plans based upon medical, social, psychological and functional assessments and completes appropriate referral tasks to address the needs of the consumer.


  • Complete comprehensive assessments to determine the functioning capacity of consumers.
  • Perform periodic reassessments to determine consumer status change(s) and to make appropriate adjustment(s) to assistance provided through time, adhering to established time frame parameters for completion.
  • Develop, implement, and modify written consumer care plans/service plans based upon medical, social, psychological and functional assessments.
  • Complete service internal/external referral processes to arrange for needed formal/informal services, and perform periodic referral status follow-up and monitoring tasks to ensure service provision and quality related to arranged services planned.
  • Develop and maintain chronologically organized comprehensive case documentation and records which provide an accurate description of case activities/events and service provision.
  • Prepare periodic accurate, complete and timely data reports for the purpose of maintaining case data, collection and compilation of consumer service data.
  • Provide assistance with the formulation of interpretive analysis necessary for programmatic operation, planning, maintenance of the quality assurance programmatic component and the generation of internal/external reports, as required.
  • Provide written case activity documentation which includes a completion of electronically submitted data documentation used to support the departmental Management Information System component
  • Confirm with the consumer’s selected provider that the provider is able to supply the service in the type, scope, amount, duration and frequency, as listed on the consumer’s service plan.
  • Provide on a rotational basis on-call in-office coverage, as necessary.
  • Maintain a comprehensive knowledge base of internal and external programmatic offerings.
  • Adhere to all local, state and federal regulatory requirements and policies which govern the delivery of services to the departmental consumer population.
  • Travel to complete face-to-face consumer interviews within county geographical region, attend trainings/conferences, and other meetings, as required.
  • Maintain a professional public image which is courteous and tactful.
  • Perform other related duties, as required.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with consumers, other members of the staff, outside agencies and institutions, and the general public.
  • Ability to plan and organize work, prepare adequate records and reports, set priorities and maintain a caseload of older consumers in an effective manner.
  • Ability to clearly express ideas verbally and in writing and to interpret laws and regulations.
  • Ability to maintain agency confidentiality standards.
  • Ability to understand and accept the needs and rights of others and to work with older adults who are physically or emotionally disabled or economically disadvantaged.
  • Ability to work effectively with people and aid them to grow in the constructive use of their potential in adjusting to their specific problems.

BSW – Experience includes: coordinating assigned services as part of an individual’s treatment plans; teaching individuals living skills; aiding in therapeutic activities; providing socialization opportunities for individuals.  Experience does not include: providing hands-on personal care for people with disabilities or individuals over 60 years of age; maintenance of the individual’s home, room or environment; aiding in adapting the physical facilities of the individual’s home.

Valid driver’s license and use of a private insured vehicle. Computer skills.



Provide social service counseling and guidance to facilitate the maximum function and coping capacity of each patient and family member while following all hospice policies and procedures, in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care. Support the Provider Relations activities of the organization. Provide bereavement counseling to family members as identified.

Assist the physician and other members of the hospice team in understanding significant social, spiritual, and emotional factors related to the patient’s health problems to establish a plan of care that fosters the personal worth, spiritual well‐being, and human dignity of each patient.

Assess the social, spiritual, and emotional needs/factors in order to estimate the patient’s and family’s capacity and potential to cope with the problems of daily living and with the terminal illness. Help the patient and family to understand, accept and follow medical recommendations and provide services planned to assist the patient and family in achieving the optimum social, spiritual, and health adjustment within their capacity. Prepare the patient to deal with the changes and the family to support the patient.

Utilize all available resources, such as family, hospice, and community agencies, to assist the patient and family to live better within the limitations of the illness. Assess bereavement needs of patient’s family members after patient’s death and provide bereavement counseling as identified in the bereavement plan of care. Observe, record, and report social, spiritual, and emotional changes. Document all services in the patient’s clinical record. Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary team and in the development and review of the plan of care for assigned patients.

PA LSW or PA LCSW required. Minimum one year of social work experience in a hospice; two years’ experience is preferred. Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and the minimum state required liability auto insurance.

The social worker shall provide patients with the highest practical level of physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being and quality of life. Timely entries in the patients’ charts to include, but are not limited to Social History Evaluation & Assessment, a care plan to address strengths, problems, needs, and interventions, substantiation of psychosocial interventions, progress toward, and/or completion of goals, and transfers.

Completes a comprehensive Psychosocial Assessment for each patient that identifies social, emotional, and psychological needs and strengths. Assesses each patient for discharge. Conducts patient, family, and staff interviews and ensures that relevant MDS sections and Care Area Assessments are completed in accordance with regulation. Participates in the development of a written, interdisciplinary plan of care for each patient that identifies the psychosocial needs/issues of the patient, the goals to be accomplished for those needs and or issues.


Identifies patient discharge goals at admission and documents initial discharge plan. Works with patient/resident, family members/significant others, and interdisciplinary care team through care planning and utilization management throughout the course of the stay to identify strengths and needs to ensure an appropriate discharge plan is formulated.

Makes referrals as needed for post discharge care to appropriate agencies and suppliers. Initiates and participates in completion of Discharge Transition Plan & Discharge. Gather packet materials and orienting the patient/resident and family around the process.

NJ CSW or NJ LSW – 3-5 years of supervised social work experience in health care setting working directly with individuals. Knowledge of accepted standards of practice for social workers in long-term care. Knowledge of biological, psychological, social, emotional, spiritual, practical informational and financial needs and challenges experienced by the patient/resident, family, and caregiver.

Supervision of the outpatient mental health unit ensuring efficient and proper delivery of high quality services to participants.

Duties and Responsibilities: Oversee the day to day operation of the unit ensuring prompt delivery of high quality service to all participants. Provide weekly/bi-weekly clinical and administrative supervision of clinical staff to ensure compliance with regulatory standards and utilization of Practice Guidelines and recovery principles. Monitor and discuss productivity requirements with staff. Supervise CPS staff to ensure quality work performance, proper participant engagement and outreach. Supervise unit secretary to ensure timely filing, answering telephone, returning calls and adequate response to participant needs.

Conduct regularly scheduled staff meetings.  Monitor staff adherence to work schedules and completion of time sheets. Responsible for the selection, hiring, development, performance and evaluation of staff.  Ensure compliance with all human resources policies and develop processes to maintain competency of staff. Ensure program and clinical record compliance of staff and interns with CBH and other applicable governing body requirements.  Enforce strict adherence to Center confidentiality policies.

Prepare required departmental reports and analysis.  Maintain statistics on enrollment and service delivery.  Utilize monitoring reports for organization of caseloads, flow of information, case closures, management of medication clinic and updating respective treatment plans. Oversee client insurance eligibility and process.  Ensure daily submission of clinical documentation to Business Office.

Provide timely response to requests for participant information; ensure professional handling of cases that involve outside agencies and proper documentation on continuity of care. Participate in case conferences. Assess and assign incoming cases to appropriate therapist based on skills and training. Closely monitor difficult cases involving abuse, neglect, trauma and those involved with DHS and the court system. Run orientation groups for new participants.

Assist with the development and implementation of unit based performance improvement initiatives. Arrange for and participate in training programs, including orientation of new staff members.  Attend all required meetings and conferences, both external and internal. Perform other duties as assigned

MSW with five (5) years previous work experience which includes two years of clinical experience in a health or human service agency and previous management experience. Knowledge of delivery of behavioral health services in an outpatient setting. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated knowledge of relevant regulatory standards, requirements, etc. Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing with every level of the behavioral health system.


The primary responsibility of this position is the assessment of risk and the development of care plans to eliminate or reduce that risk for persons reported in need of protective services. The Care Manager is responsible for the assessment of the need for Protective Services, determining level of risk, reducing/removing level of risk in consumer situations, determining the consumer’s capacity to remain in the community and assisting with appropriate measures to safeguard the consumer in other settings.

BSW degree, or equivalent education and experience, have experience working with the aging, and hospital experience.

FT – Temp to Hire – Delaware County


The Worker provides services to children, their families referred from County Children and Youth agencies as well as Philadelphia Community Umbrella agencies filling the role of Foster Care Worker for County referred cases and the role of Resource Parent Support Worker in CUA referred cases.

The Worker’s role in foster care case referred by counties is to provide case management services for the triad of clients (children/youth, their families and the foster family caring for the child/youth, foster families) in their assigned caseload.  The Worker works toward the overall goal of permanency for each legal family and child.  He/she provides outreach to family members, offering assistance in meeting their goals.

The Worker’s role in cases subcontracted to the agency by a Community Umbrella Agency is to provide non-casement services to the foster resource parent caring for the child/youth placed in their home. The Worker ensures the foster resource home is in compliance with regulations and re-certifying homes by the anniversary date of their initial approval.  The Worker supports the resource parent’s care of the child/youth placed in their home.

BSW or MSW – Experience in child welfare, casework, or child care is beneficial.  Experience working with children and families is preferred. Must have valid driver’s license and access to insured vehicle. May have to transport clients.

FT – Temp to Hire – Philadelphia County –  Flexible Day/Evening – Weekend Rotations


Responsible for counseling to drug and alcohol and mental health clients; intake and assessments. Responsible for direct services to include: Individual counseling, Group counseling, Clinical Assessments.

Assist client in developing a sober support system and identifying community resources to support sobriety. Provide drug and alcohol education to clients and client support systems as warranted. Coordination of emergency and crisis intervention services as warranted. Coordination of referrals to social, peer support and other ancillary services as warranted. Accurately record and document every contact with clients and others on the client’s behalf using appropriate forms; prepare other written clinical reports including case notes and relevant treatment plan and program documents as required.

Participate in Case Reviews and serves as an active participant in case consultations with the clinical team. Developing clinical assessments and evaluations. Familiar with and able to utilize the PA Client Placement Criteria. Participate in staff development and training events as may be necessary to maintain compliance with the educational requirements of the Counselor position. Other duties as specified by the Clinical Director

BSW with experience health or human services agency, preferably in a drug and alcohol setting.  One year of Clinical experience.  Good written and oral communication skills. Detail Oriented, Computer literate and competent in basic office software.

At least 20 hours a week at four or five hour days or three days at  six to seven hour per days.


The care manger will be responsible for managing the Individual Service Plans (ISP) of consumers in the Aging Waiver Program. The service plan includes informal and formal supports, community resources, and waiver services.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop appropriate ISPs with consumers and caregivers to meet the needs and goals of consumers.
  • Demonstrate effective interviewing skills to obtain relevant information in order to develop ISPs.
  • Conduct eligibility and needs assessments.
  • Effectively manage a caseload of 40-70 consumers.
  • Earn required daily of billable hours for service coordination activities.
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of Aging Waiver and agency regulations, policies and procedures and an ability to effectively communicate regulations, polices, and procedures verbally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of waiver and non-waiver services.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of relevant Medicare and Medicaid services.
  • Identify routine and complex safety issues concerning consumers and resolve issues with normal supervision.
  • Demonstrate effective problem solving skills with normal supervision.
  • Use electronic client information system to obtain and accurately document consumer information.
  • Complete all required documentation in the client information system in required timeframe.
  • Use Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Create and maintain an accurate client list using Word or Excel.
  • Maintain consumer paper files containing medical forms, signed documents, and other relevant information.
  • Participate in regular supervisions with supervisor, team and, and agency meetings.
  • Collaborate and co-ordinate with other departments within the agency, other social service agencies, hospitals, and consumer supports to meet the consumer’s needs
  • Seek out resources beyond waiver services and share resources with colleagues.
  • Maintain good working relationships in and outside of agency, including staff, consumers and their caregivers, and provider agencies.
  • Identify training needs and seek out skill development training.
  • Perform other duties as required.

BSW and at least one-year experience in public or private social work. Preferably someone who has worked as a care manager at an area agency on aging.

FT – Temp to Hire – Delaware County


Provides intensive individual, family/couples and group therapy (including meal support therapy) and coordinates all participants in milieu activities; oversees and coordinates the patient’s treatment in conjunction with the multidisciplinary team.  This position requires providing service to adults and adolescents in a manner that demonstrates understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.

MSW with a minimum two year’s experience in direct services post degree, preferably with an inpatient/residential/PHP unit. Training with adolescents and dually diagnosed populations, experience with eating disorders and women’s issues desired.

The Care Manager will provide ongoing care management, service coordination, and follow-up through home visits, family meetings, phone calls, and connection of consumers to community resources in order to help the consumer maintain the highest possible level of well-being so they can continue to live at home.

BSW – Qualifying experience would include coordinating assigned services as part of the client’s care or treatment plan, teaching client living skills, aiding in therapeutic activities and providing socialization opportunities for clients. It is preferred that the workers have some previous experience with aging population and Delaware County Resources.

Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Computer skills a must. Excellent interpersonal skills required. Current Pennsylvania Driver’s License and insured vehicle to make home visits is required, along with a Criminal Records check.

Provide necessary therapeutic and educational services to assist addictive patients in understanding addiction, its effect on life and how to achieve long-term sobriety. Assure compliance with all Hospital policies and procedures regarding quality assurance, safety, environmental and infection control and all regulatory and accreditation requirements.

BSW or MSW and a minimum of 1 year of clinical experience in a health or human service agency. Able to conduct individual, group and family therapy with adult, addicted and dually diagnosed patients. Knowledge of principle, methods and materials related to addiction and its therapy. Able to provide treatment services for patients with HIV/AIDS, history of domestic violence, trauma and/or history of incarceration. Able to document patient care in the time frames required. Time management skills. Able to handle crises without instructions.  Proficiency in hospital applications of software including the EMR.


Psychiatric Social worker assesses, plans and coordinates social services for psychiatric patients. Coordinate and implements discharge planning for unit patients; obtains continued-stay authorization from patient’s payer/MCO; facilitates patient’s transit through the continuum of care utilizing appropriate resources; plans and organizes family assessment meetings; coordinates and leads family/individual therapy sessions with multidisciplinary team to assure that the patient is in the appropriate setting receiving appropriate services.

MSW, LSW preferred. One year of experience on an inpatient psychiatric unit with crisis intervention; experience in behavioral evaluation.