Posting: BFD is hiring Mental Health Therapists. Apply Now!
September 3, 2021
Black Family Development, Inc. (BFDI), headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, is a 501©3 organization, founded in 1978 by the Detroit chapter of the National Association of Black Social Workers. Our youth focused, and family-centered organization provides services in Detroit, Wayne County, and Washtenaw County.
BFDI is a CARF accredited, licensed, comprehensive human services organization committed to serving all persons, while specializing in evidence-based counseling, treatment, and advocacy for persons of color. Agency programming includes early childhood resources and literacy development, a 3-tiered juvenile justice service array, mental health prevention and treatment, substance use disorder prevention and treatment, boys and young men of color supportive resources, school-based intervention, and trauma-informed care.
Licensed Children’s Mental Health Therapists: Seeking licensed, School – Based Mental Health Therapists. Responsibilities include mental health prevention and treatment service array for students, and parents; as well as mental health education for school personnel and families to increase likelihood of students’ success with school. Therapists will provide Medicaid – billable mental health treatment to youth and families to maximize their coping with mental health symptoms at home and in-school. Clinically licensed School-Based Mental Health Therapists maintain a treatment caseload approximately 25 families, and provide school-wide prevention services.
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