Family Peer Integration Specialist

Washington D.C.
Nov 06, 2018
Dec 25, 2018
Full Time
Family Peer Integration Specialists will utilize their lived experience to engage families and children in behavioral health and trauma recovery services. Primary responsibilities include:
    Welcome and orient prospective participants to the programs Conduct outreach to establish ongoing relationships with clients, community service providers, and Community Connections specialty teams Advocate for families during Family Team Meetings Assist in developing, implementing, and tracking family integration activities Collaborate with Clinical Integration Specialists for maximally integrated treatment provision Attend program trainings and staff meetings

Required Qualifications:

    Holds Peer Certification (DC DBH) Parent/Primary Caregiver who is comfortable self-disclosing their family's experience with mental illness, addiction, and/or inter-generational trauma. High School diploma or equivalent required; BA preferred Excellent outreach, communication, and collaboration skills Previous experience as a peer-to-peer service provider preferred Experience working with families, children, and clinicians
Candidates should apply by sending their resume and a note of interest to Kylie Brock at kbrock.

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