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Behavioral Health Clinician II
Episcopal Community Services
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Posted: 19-Nov-21

Location: San Francisco, California

Type: Full Time

Required Education: Masters

Salary: $73,123.61 - $75,222.86/Year


Addictions Counseling
Case Management
Mental Health/Social Services


Advocacy / Non-Profit

Additional Information:

2 openings available.

Internal Number: CS507

About Episcopal Community Services
Founded in 1983, Episcopal Community Services (ECS) is at the leading edge of practical and innovative solutions to serve homeless and very low-income residents of San Francisco. The recently completed strategic plan will move ECS to more deliberate, systematic, and evidence-based footing in identifying the needs of those who are unhoused in San Francisco, preventing homelessness, and expanding its reach by developing new partnerships with the justice and healthcare systems. In FY 2019, ECS served more than 13,000 individuals (single adults and family members) through an array of programs using harm reduction, housing first, and culturally sensitive “meet people where they are” models: · Adult Coordinated Entry: ECS manages the City’s Adult Coordinated Entry system of care that sees approximately 1400 clients annually; assisting with problem-solving and housing navigation activities, and temporary assistance with supportive and rapid re-housing. · Interim Housing: ECS currently manages 5 Shelter-in-Place hotels and 1 Shelter. These programs positively impact the lives of approximately 5,000 homeless individuals. · Supportive Housing: ECS manages and/or provides case manage...ment services for more than 1400 individuals at 13 supportive housing sites, including three affiliate-owned developments, and manages a rent-subsidy program for single adults. In partnership with Mercy Housing, ECS is co-developing 1064 Mission Street, a project that will provide supportive housing to the most acute unhoused San Franciscans, with 105 units reserved for the most vulnerable unhoused seniors. · Behavioral Health: ECS provides mobile behavioral health services that will continue to evolve and expand and has the potential to significantly increase its impact through the use of Medi-Cal funds. · Healthy Aging: The Healthy Aging Program delivers interim housing solutions for seniors. Designed to assist seniors with mental health, substance abuse, and/or physical health issues, ECS addresses the alarming trend in the rise of seniors who are currently or formerly homeless. · Workforce Development & Social Enterprise: ECS is committed to providing employment and income opportunities, which includes job counseling, adult education, GED preparation, and other vocation programs to help individuals gain stable employment and better jobs. ECS’s social enterprise, CHEFS, trains people who have experienced homelessness in culinary arts, caters to local companies, and prepares meals for ECS programs. This effort includes integrating employment into the adult coordinated entry system and pathways to employment.
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