About ACLC: Everyday there are families afraid of losing their homes; children afraid of losing a parent to jail; and parents afraid of losing children to divorce. They deserve robust legal protection. ACLC makes quality legal representation available to families who would not otherwise have access to it. We also work in the fields of impact litigation, policy advocacy, and supporting community groups.
Job Objective: The social worker will provide case management and support to legal clients (and their families) who are experiencing turmoil as a result of family law and/or criminal legal matters.
Perform, psychosocial and/or needs assessments and develop client service plans.
Provide short or long-term case management and service coordination, utilizing community resources including, but not limited to, medical resources, local, state and federal agencies, community-based agencies and other resources
Provide brief counseling and crisis intervention to individuals and/or their families to resolve crisis, prevent future crisis, and promote progress toward individualized service plan goals and outcomes.
Provide client/family education, training, and advocacy.
Must be in good standing with Social Work Licensing Board; LBSW, LMSW, and/ or LCSW required.
Knowledge of case management principles and practices.
Knowledge of community resources on a local, state and national level.
Ability to work effectively with persons experiencing crises and economic stress.
Fluency in Spanish is desirable.
Employment Type: Hourly, part time. Flexible schedule.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Application: Social Worker”
Deadline: December 23, 2019.
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