Increase the number of youth who are identified and assessed for risk, are referred for, and receive mental health treatment, targeting at-risk youth ages 10-24 , including LGBTQ and Hispanic youth, youth engaged in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems, youth in college, and youth from military families or serving in the military. Increase coordination and promote system level change within schools, emergency departments/hospital systems, mental health and substance abuse treatment services, crisis response services, and youth serving organizations at the community level.
Note: Employees are held accountable for all duties of this job. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.
MA, MS, MSW, EdM, or comparable degree, license preferred. Requires two or more years related experience and/or training in community engagement, mental health training and education, and or suicide prevention practices. Experience working independently in the community, providing education and training to diverse groups, coordinating and managing essential grant duties and reporting requirements. Basic computer skills. Excellent communication and project management skills.