Clinical Integration Specialist Working with Children and Families in SAMHSA Project
HEART Clinical Integration Specialist will ensure the integration of services provided to HEART participants and will:Conduct screenings and complete assessments with prospective HEART participants Assist in developing, implementing, and tracking family integration activities offered to HEART participants to ensure integration of adult, child and family services Collaborate with HEART participants specialty case management team using Family Team Meetings Collaborate with Family Peer Integration Specialist for maximally integrated treatment provision throughout HEART Attend HEART trainings and staff meetings May attend national SAMHSA NCTSI grantee meetings
BA degree in psychology, sociology or social work or related field, and
clinical experience working with families, children, and peers (those with lived experience)
Excellent collaboration and facilitation skills
MSW or MA in Counseling with DC LGSW or DC LGPC, or other relevant non-license eligible MA degreeHEART Program Summary: The Healing, Recovering, and Empowering Together (HEART) program, an innovative five year project funded by SAMHSA's National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative aims to improve early access to integrated high quality behavioral health and trauma specific treatment for children, adolescents and their families, and to disrupt the transmission of intergenerational trauma. Family peers and clinicians will develop and implement creative strategies to provide coordinated services that will allow for integrated child and adult services. HEART will utilize Community Based Intervention (CBI) and Family Team Meetings, with trauma-specific evidence based practices offerings: Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) for 1:1 child-specific recovery work, Strengthening Families Coping Resources (SFCR) for multi-family group recovery work, and Trauma Recovery and Empowerment (TREM) for adult women's recovery work.