interested in joining our team?

 

Certified Substance Use Counselor

The Substance Use Counselor is responsible for conducting screenings/assessments, educating clients/patients about their different treatment options, facilitating individual counseling and group sessions, provides case management services, develops treatment plans, coordinates care and works with inter-disciplinary team to provide continuity of care.

 

Clinical Case Manager II

The primary purpose of HHCLA’s Housing for Health (HFH) program is to provide permanent, affordable housing linked to appropriate services for homeless individuals who are frequent users of the Department of Health Services system. The Clinical Case Manager II works directly with program participants and develops, arranges and coordinates treatment services. The Clinical Case Manager II works to improve the health of homeless individuals by assisting with the provision of stable housing, development of a comprehensive treatment plan and facilitating linkages to medical care, mental health care, alcohol/substance use treatment and other supportive services. Once the individual has obtained permanent housing, the Clinical Case Manager II will assist the client in maintaining their housing. This position requires an ability to maintain strict confidentiality and handle information with tact and diplomacy.

 

Nurse Practitioner

The Nurse Practitioner promotes and maintains health by providing health screenings, physicals, TB skin tests and other medical services under the supervision of the Medical Director. The Nurse Practitioner also provides clients with direct linkage to primary medical homes, specialty care and/or other medical resources as needed. This is a part-time position that will work primarily at our Beverly Boulevard location.

 

Registered Nurse

The Registered Nurse (RN) promotes and restores patients' health by completing the nursing process; collaborating with physicians and multidisciplinary team members; providing physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families.

 

Training Specialist

The Training Specialist will be expected to educate community partners regarding cultural humility towards underserved communities, train on effective practices and interventions for change within the social services, and teach current statistics regarding homelessness at the national and local level.

 

Behavioral Health therapist

The Behavioral Health Therapist will conduct group and individual psychotherapy for clients with co-occurring disorders utilizing a Trauma Informed framework. The Behavioral Health Therapist will integrate the principles of harm reduction, housing first, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, stages of change, Critical Time Intervention and other effective practice that support HHCLA Philosophies. The Behavioral Health Therapist will work as part of an interdisciplinary team under the supervision of the Director for Behavioral Health. The Behavioral Health Therapist will utilize clinical case management as needed to support therapeutic goals and engage clients in person centered services.

 

Please email resume with completed application to mlopez@hhcla.org

 

or send application package to:

HHCLA

Attn. Maggie Lopez

2330 Beverly Blvd.

LA CA 90057

HHCLA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization  |  Tax ID 95‐4074970