Rainbow Services seeks to end the cycle of family violence.
Rainbow Services, along with other domestic violence agencies, is part of a network that aims to keep families safe. We do our best to provide support and assistance for women and children dealing with family violence.
Need help? Call our 24-hour English-Spanish hotline at (310) 547-9343
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CLINICAL SERVICES COORDINATOR
Reports to: Director of Programs
Job Summary: The Clinical Services Coordinator works under the supervision of the Director of Programs in coordinating the clinical and case management services to individuals, families and children affected by domestic violence and trauma. Clinical services include intake, assessment, individual (adult and child), family and group counseling, and case-management services.
• Supervises direct service employees providing clinical and case management services.
• Prepare and provide annual performance evaluations.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Ensures requests for services, including case assignments and support group scheduling is coordinated.
• Provide intake, assessment and crisis intervention services on an as-needed basis.
• Provide clinical consultation to direct service staff including residential staff (including mandated reporting and suicide assessments). Assist direct service staff in developing and implementing case plans, ongoing-clinical services, advocacy, referral, and follow-up as needed.
• Coordinate and provide ongoing trainings to support the development and knowledge of staff.
• Facilitate meetings which may include clinical group supervision, shelter case conference and residential reflective practice.
• Additional administrative duties related to grant compliance and program evaluation.
• Review documentation and case files of participants and monitor productivity and case loads of direct service staff.
• In collaboration with Director of Programs, create and update Direct Services manual, including guidelines, policies and procedures.
• In collaboration with Director of Programs, assist with ongoing development of electronic record system and reports related to clinical services.
• In support of the Director of Programs, assist with data collection, development of outcome measures and evaluation studies.
• Provide administrative office support as needed and assist in ensuring Front Office coverage at the Resource Center during business hours.
• Coordinate Social Worker student interns field placements.
• Represent the agency at community meetings and events.
• Assign staff to provide domestic violence presentations to community groups as requested.
• MSW or MA equivalent.
• Experience in providing clinical services in community based setting.
• Knowledge of and experience in implementation of Trauma Informed Care.
• Group therapy facilitation experience preferred.
• Clinical experience with high-risk individuals, families and children.
• Two years’ supervisory experience. (not limited to clinical supervision of non-licensed staff)
• Bilingual Spanish/English required due to high population of Spanish speakers in client population.
• Proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. required.
• California Driver’s License required.
• The state-mandated 40-hour domestic violence training will be provided, and is required.
Assigned to: Resource Center
To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday evening, October 6th – San Pedro Art District’s First Thursday
Open house at the Rainbow Resource Center, 453 W. 7th Street, San Pedro
Press conference with LA City Council Member Joe Buscaino at 6:30 PM
Meet Julie Bender – designer of our beautiful mermaid mosaic
tour our facility..... interact with staff..... participate in an art project....refreshments
Learn how Rainbow Services impacts the lives of domestic violence survivors and their families.
Thursday evening, October 20th, Off the Vine, 491 6th Street in San Pedro
A wine tasting will be available for $25 per person
proceeds will benefit Rainbow Services.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month is designed to bring awareness to the issue of intimate partner violence which, according to a 2010 CDC report, affects 1 in every 4 women and 1 in every 7 men. The theme for the month, “Healthy Connections Build Healthy Communities,” is aimed at demonstrating how Rainbow Services, the South Bay’s leading provider of shelter and services for victims and their families, helps people end the cycle of violence in their lives.
The Fall 40-hour Domestic Advocate Training is full and registration is closed. Please check back with us in January for the Spring class.
This training is for working or volunteering with victims/survivors and their families. It is not part of the Batterer Intervention Program training nor does it fulfill any court ordered requirements. This training follows the State mandated curriculum. There will be a certificate of completion when all 40 hours have been completed. Please be aware that there is no domestic violence certification no matter where this course is given.
The cost of the training is $150 which includes all materials.
For further information please contact Judy Gordon, Director of Education & Volunteers at email@example.com