The Facilitator coordinates the development of Child and Family Teams (CFTs), maximizing the involvement of natural team members and system partners. The facilitator guides the CFT through the plan development process using accepted High-Fidelity Wraparound technologies and techniques. The Facilitator prepares individualized family plans and coordinates each plan’s implementation, encouraging the maximum use of natural resources and community-based services; supplementing these with flexible Wraparound staffing and ethical use of available funding. The Facilitator functions as the case manager, representing the CFT’s progress through the Wraparound process in written documentation and verbal presentations. The facilitator supports the Mission, Vision, and Values of Stanford Youth Solutions.
Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology with LMFT/AMFT or LCSW/ASW license or license eligibility OR
Master’s degree in related field and at least 2 years of approved experience* OR
Bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least 4 years approved experience*
(*approved experience is experience that qualifies the applicant for Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist (MHRS) status in the Sacramento County Children’s Mental Health System of Care)
Prepared to work independently with flexible hours that may include evenings, weekends and holidays
Proven documentation skills and intermediate level computer skills including all MS Office programs
Adhere to all confidentiality requirements
Verbal and written ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, community partners, consumers and all levels of management
Ability to work in a mobile, fast paced environment.
Ability to use a laptop computer
Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects and assignments effectively
There are many nonprofits here in the Sacramento region that you could apply to.
Why choose Stanford Youth Solutions?
First and foremost, we place the needs of the children and families we serve above all else. Everyone works hard to produce real results. Stanford Youth Solutions exists to help our children and families reach their goals. In the final analysis, we exist for them.
While all staff take the Stanford Youth Solution’s Mission seriously, it is more than a slogan recited or placed on a wall. It permeates everything we do. As individuals, programs and as an agency, we have a singular focus on achieving our Mission. Our employees understand their part to play and are accountable to each other and the clients that we serve.
Stanford Youth Solutions believes in being caring as well as competent. All nonprofits care about the people they serve, however we place an equal importance on being competent. Not only competence in the sense of the having the right degrees, licenses, training, etc, but also in terms of being proficient in helping children and families actually achieve their goals.
Stanford Youth Solutions reinforces and supports employees in their jobs. It is very important that our employees feel encouraged in their work helping children and families achieve success.
Stanford Youth Solutions is committed to help our staff grow as professionals and leaders. Through our leadership training curriculum, you will learn skills that will help develop you professionally. We reward performance through merit based compensation and have an employee development process that provides regular support and feedback.
Stanford Youth Solutions values collaboration and has many committees that all employees have an opportunity to participate in. These committees help make tangible decisions that guide Stanford Youth Solution’s future. The chairs of our committees are often times our direct care practitioners and support staff.
If this sounds like an environment in which you would shine, we want to talk to you! Please continue to view our current openings and apply as appropriate. Good luck to you in your employment search.