The Shepherd Program
St. Mary's Home for Children's The Shepherd
Program employs clinicians with expertise in sexual abuse
evaluation, assessment and treatment. Services are provided
in office, home and community based settings. Due to expansion
in our community based programs, we have several open clinical
and case management positions, both full time and fee for service.
Schedule is very flexible. For each position, experience working
with children and families impacted by trauma, as well as providing
home based services, is preferred. All candidates must have
a valid drivers' license. Clinical candidates must have
a Master of Social Work Degree or equivalent Counseling Degree,
State Licensure preferred or License eligible with plan to obtain.
Case management candidates must have a Bachelor Degree
in a social service or related field.
Fee for service positions:
Clinicians and case managers are needed for our Enhanced
Outpatient Services (EOS) Team. EOS provides comprehensive
services to help transition a child from placement to a secure
home environment, or to reduce the risk of hospitalization for
children/teens/adults. This is an intense, crisis stabilization
service, funded through insurance, and can provide in home support
for 6-10 hours per week. Services are offered 7 days a week
to meet the clinical needs of the family and include Individual
and family therapy, Case management, Behavior management and
Parenting support and education.
Clinicians are needed for our
Child & Family Trauma Treatment (CFTT) Program
which provides a clinician and a parent educator team approach
to families that have been impacted by sexual abuse for up to
6 months. The CFTT Team's guidance, instruction and support
assist in maintaining the child survivor safely in the home.
Services include Individual sexual abuse specific treatment
and family therapy, Case management, Court support/advocacy,
Behavior management and Sexual abuse education.
Full Time Salaried positions:
Clinicians and case managers are needed for our Supporting
Teens & Adults at Risk (STAAR) Project which serves
male and female survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking,
up to age 25, and their families. The STAAR treatment team provide
therapeutic, educational and social support to the survivor,
psycho-education and clinical support to the parent and works
within a team model based on a multidisciplinary approach. Treatment
is provided on a schedule that meets the familys needs for
up to 6 months and includes Individual, family and group therapy;
Crisis Intervention; Case Management; Parenting Support; and
Sexual exploitation/abuse education.
Please send resumes and letters of intent
stating specifically which position you are applying for to
Human Resources at SMHFC, 420 Fruit Hill Ave North Providence,
RI 02911, or email@example.com
Special Education Teacher - Full Time
Summary: St. Mary's Home
for Children is a family of professionals dedicated to providing
maximum opportunities for growth and development to children
and families. Since 1877, we have been committed to serving
the changing needs of children and families through the work
of dedicated, caring, and creative professionals.
The George N. Hunt Campus School at St. Mary's
Home for Children is seeking a reliable, flexible, self-motivated
Teacher to join our dynamic community of professionals at our
The Special Education Teacher will assume
responsibility for planning, conducting and evaluating the assigned
activities of the classroom under the direct supervision of
the Director of Special Education.
Qualifications: RIDE Certification in Special
Education required. Mild/Moderate RI Special Education Teacher.
Elementary/Middle School. Experience with students with behavioral
and socio-emotional challenges preferred. Background check required.