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Activity Specialist (Bronx)
Activity Specialist- The Jewish Board
 

Description

Activity Specialists offer you the opportuntity to demonstrate a skilled activity to other individuals. The Cedar Knolls House is looking for an energetic volunteer to work with youth ages 15-18, preparing recreational activities, trips, and providing fun and education supporting the LGBTQ population. Volunteer hours are flexible Sunday-Friday 6-13 hours per week.

Please complete a volunteer profile and inquire with the volunteer team for more information: volunteer@jbfcs.org


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Hawthorne Cedar Knolls (HCK) Residential Treatment Center is a home that provides mental health, social, and therapeutic services. A variety of treatment programs includes recreation, vocational, writing, and art therapy as well as drug treatment and prevention for at-risk youth. Approximately 90 beds are available for girls age 13 to 18 and boys age 8 to 18 who exhibit a variety of emotional problems. These children have been referred by Local Departments of Social Services or the local Committee of Special Education or Social Services. At HCK, they''ll receive comprehensive treatment, education, vocational training, supervised living, and exposure to independent living skills. Family involvement is an important component of the treatment even, or especially when being removed from the family environment is part of the treatment. At HCK, children are given permission to dream, to hope for and achieve a better life.
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Celina Trowell
ctrowell@jbfcs.org
(212) 632-4488
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Activity Specialist (Bronx)
Activity Specialist- The Jewish Board
 

Description

Activity Specialists offer you the opportunity to to share a skill with young adult participants at The Jewish Board. The Cedar Knolls House is looking for an engaging volunteer to conduct age appropriate groups, assist youth with obatining their vital documents (birth certificates, social security cards, NYC & NYS ID'S), attend college tours, and assist with vocational services in the community.
Volunteer hours are flexible Monday-Wednesday 6-13 hours per week.

Please complete a volunteer profile and inquire with the volunteer team for more information: volunteer@jbfcs.org


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Hawthorne Cedar Knolls (HCK) Residential Treatment Center is a home that provides mental health, social, and therapeutic services. A variety of treatment programs includes recreation, vocational, writing, and art therapy as well as drug treatment and prevention for at-risk youth. Approximately 90 beds are available for girls age 13 to 18 and boys age 8 to 18 who exhibit a variety of emotional problems. These children have been referred by Local Departments of Social Services or the local Committee of Special Education or Social Services. At HCK, they''ll receive comprehensive treatment, education, vocational training, supervised living, and exposure to independent living skills. Family involvement is an important component of the treatment even, or especially when being removed from the family environment is part of the treatment. At HCK, children are given permission to dream, to hope for and achieve a better life.
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Celina Trowell
ctrowell@jbfcs.org
(212) 632-4488
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Activity Specialist (Bronx)
Activity Specialist- The Jewish Board
 

Description

The Mount Eden Bronx PROS Program is looking for a dynamic volunteer that can dedicate 6-13 hours per week Monday-Friday to assist with running different activities (such as arts and crafts, yoga/mindfulness, and more).

Please complete a volunteer profile and inquire with the volunteer team for more information: volunteer@jbfcs.org


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
The Mount Eden Bronx PROS Program offers recovery-oriented and rehabilitation services for individuals 18 years and older who are living with mental illness. Participants develop personalized recovery plans to realize life role goals and integrate into the community. The program utilizes evidence-based practices, person-centered individual and group services, and optional vocational and clinical services to assist participants in achieving their goals. Spanish language and Young Adult tracts are available
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Celina Trowell
ctrowell@jbfcs.org
(212) 632-4488
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Description

The Harlem Child Development Center offers an outpatient clinic, a therapeutic nursery school, early childhood consultation to community based settings, and a special education itinerant teacher program for children ages 2-6 with a range of developmental, neurological and/or emotional and behavioral problems. Children in our services have specific language and learning challenges, pervasive developmental disorder, autistic spectrum disorder, as well as behavioral and emotional difficulties. Individual and group services for families and caregivers are also provided.

The BSW intern will be responsible for providing support (reviewing policies, consents/ releases, measures) to children 0-8 year olds and their caregivers during our intake process, managing outreach to registered clients and waitlisted clients, responsible for scoring measures/ questionnaires and additional case management tasks.

*Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays are required for this internship

*One or two semesters acceptable

*Evenings are available

*Spanish speaking required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

34 West 139th Street
New York NY, 10037




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

If you are looking for meaningful opportunities to give back, consider taking on a mentee by providing professional guidance & coaching on what it takes to obtain and maintain successful employment.

Find out more about becoming a Career Mentor.

Join one (1) of our upcoming Career Mentor Information Session calls to find out more! (15 min.)

March 7th, 2019- 2:00PM

March 7th, 2019- 2:30PM



March 7th, 2019- 3:00PM

March 7th, 2019- 3:30PM



March 7th, 2019- 5:00PM

March 11th, 2019- 5:00PM

March 11th, 2019- 5:30PM



March 14th, 2019- 2:00PM

March 14th, 2019- 2:30PM



March 14th, 2019- 3:00PM

March 14th, 2019- 3:30PM


Email Celina Trowell at ctrowell@jbfcs.org to confirm preferred call session date and time.


Requirements

Minimum age: 21


Schedule

Dates: 03/01/2019 - 10/31/2019

10 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
NYC-5 Boroughs
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Celina Trowell
ctrowell@jbfcs.org
(212) 632-4488
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Description

Volunteer at Manhattan North Clinic providing Homework Help for Children who are overcoming unique barriers.


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Schedule

Dates: 11/01/2018 - 06/28/2019

20 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Every Tuesday starting October 30th, 5:30pm-7:30pm located at 5030 Broadway New York, NY 10034
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Natasha Colon
ncolon@jbfcs.org
(212) 632-4488
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Mental Health Counseling Internship
Bronx PROs Mount Eden
 

Description

Offers recovery-oriented and rehabilitation services for individuals 18 years and older who are living with mental illness. Participants develop personalized recovery plans to realize life role goals and integrate into the community. The program utilizes evidence-based practices, person-centered individual and group services, and optional vocational and clinical services to assist participants in achieving their goals.

Intern will carry a caseload of clients; will conduct individual and group sessions of PROs clients.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1526 Grand Concourse
Bronx NY, 10457




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

A short-term residential rapid intervention center that provides assessment, treatment, and aftercare planning for adolescents, ages 11 to 16

Interns will be responsible for carrying a clinical caseload

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship runs from September 2019-May 2020

*Clinical student requested

*2nd year MSW students requested

*Fieldwork/home visits expected

*Evening schedule available


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

3 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

77 Chicago Avenue
Staten Island NY, 10305




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The Bay Ridge Counseling Center is a licensed outpatient mental health clinic that provides services to all age groups, from young children to adolescents and adults.

Intern will conduct individual and group sessions, intakes, and participate in treatment team.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*2nd year MSW required

*Spanish and/or Arabic speaking strongly preferred

*evenings available


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

9201 4th Avenue
Brooklyn NY, 11209




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Provides counseling to children and adults struggling with a range of emotional and social difficulties. Specialized services include evaluation and assessment, time limited, time effective and ongoing individual, couple, family and group counseling as well as psychiatric services and medication management as indicated. Specialized expertise treating eating disorders, loss and bereavement and issues around trauma including but not limited to family violence and sexual abuse. Orthodox therapists provide treatment in English, Hebrew, Russian, Dutch and Yiddish.

Intern will carry caseload and conduct clinic work.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year MSW students required

*Evenings required

*Intern must be Orthodox Jewish to apply


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

3 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1273 53rd Street
Brooklyn NY, 11219




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The Bridging the Gap Program engages and provides support to Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) youth at risk of homelessness. Our program aims to improve health and wellness outcomes for young people who have experienced adversities by providing direct support, enhancing existing programs and services, and building a network of community providers. We do this by utilizing The Jewish Board''s continuum of community-based and residential trauma treatment programs. Direct services include peer outreach & support; psychoeducation and skill building groups; vocational & educational services; and care coordination/linkage to needed community supports.

The Social Work Intern will have the opportunity to engage in the following work: 1:1 mentorship; client assessment and intakes; facilitating groups and workshops; staff education, outreach and advocacy; collaborative program development; and data collection and management.

*Mondays and Wednesdays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*Evening hours available

*Home visits/field work required

*1st year MSW student requested


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

135 West 50th Street
New York NY, 10020




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Offers recovery-oriented and rehabilitation services for individuals 18 years and older who are living with mental illness. Participants develop personalized recovery plans to realize life role goals and integrate into the community. The program utilizes evidence-based practices, person-centered individual and group services, and optional vocational and clinical services to assist participants in achieving their goals.

Intern will carry a caseload of clients; will conduct individual and group sessions of PROs clients.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1526 Grand Concourse
Bronx NY, 10457




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Offers recovery-oriented and rehabilitation services for individuals 18 years and older who are living with mental illness. Participants develop personalized recovery plans to realize life role goals and integrate into the community. The program utilizes evidence-based practices, person-centered individual and group services, and optional vocational and clinical services to assist participants in achieving their goals.

Intern will have a caseload of 5 to 7 participants of the PROS program, run several groups a week, one of which the student plans and initiates, other community responsibilities, e.g. helping plan a celebration, etc.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship runs from September 2019-May 2020

*Clinical student required

*1st or 2nd year student

*Bilingual student a plus


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

55 Westchester Square
Bronx NY, 10461




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The Children''s Mobile Crisis Team provides rapid response services to children age 0 to 17 experiencing acute mental health crises in the Staten Island Community. The Children''s Mobile Crisis Team is designed to reduce 911 calls as well as the number of children referred to psychiatric emergency rooms. In addition, The Children''s Mobile Crisis Team provides short-term therapeutic support to children while connecting them to long-term mental health support services such as psychiatry, therapy and case management services.

The Children''s Mobile Crisis Team provides free services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and responds to a child in crisis within 2 hours of receiving a referral. Moreover, the program is the only mobile crisis unit operating on Staten Island that specifically addresses children''s imminent mental health needs.

Intern will provide risk assessment and follow-up home visits with a team partner to children age 0-17 in the community. Team travels by driving company car to the location (school, home or other community setting) of the child. Risk assessment and psychosocial assessment is performed at the beginning of each client service. Follow-up home visits are required to provide brief counseling to clients and linkages to long term community care.

*Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays are required for this internship

*Internship runs from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year MSW student required

*Home visits/field work required

*Evenings required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1765 South Avenue
Staten Island NY, 10314




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Co-Op City Non-Secure Placement Aftercare program helps families with youth returning home after they've been involved with the juvenile justice system. Aftercare helps the whole family work together to help the youth return to school and get along well in the community, as well as prevent future involvement with the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. Trauma Systems Therapy, or "TST," is a program for traumatized children and teens (ages 12 to 17). It helps them meet their emotional needs in the context of their lives with family, school and community.

Interns will conduct preventive services, clinical work, and child welfare social work.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year student required

*Evenings are required for this position

*Bilingual a plus

*Home visits/field work required for this position


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

2 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

135 Einstein Loop N #46
Bronx NY, 10475




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Provides counseling to children and adults struggling with a range of emotional and social difficulties. Specialized services include evaluation and assessment, time limited, time effective and ongoing individual, couple, family and group counseling as well as psychiatric services and medication management as indicated. Specialized expertise treating anxiety, depression, addictions, loss and bereavement and issues around trauma including but not limited to family violence and sexual abuse. Orthodox therapists provide treatment in English and Hebrew.

Interns will carry a caseload and conduct clinic work

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*evenings required

*2nd year student required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

2 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1055 St Johns Place
Brooklyn NY, 11213




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The Harlem Child Development Center offers an outpatient clinic, a therapeutic nursery school, early childhood consultation to community based settings, and a special education itinerant teacher program for children ages 2-6 with a range of developmental, neurological and/or emotional and behavioral problems. Children in our services have specific language and learning challenges, pervasive developmental disorder, autistic spectrum disorder, as well as behavioral and emotional difficulties. Individual and group services for families and caregivers are also provided.

MSW Intern will be working with children between ages 0-8 y/o and their caregivers. Intern will be assigned a caseload between 5-10 clients. This role includes conducting individual, dyadic/ family, and collateral psychotherapy sessions with children and their caregivers. MSW intern will also be completing 1-2 intakes per week in addition to their caseload. MSW intern should have an interest and/ or background in any of the following: early childhood mental health, child development, trauma theory, attachment theory, and preschool/ school aged special education.

*2nd year MSW student required

*Clinical student required

*Evenings required

*Spanish speaking required

*Mondays are required for this internship

*This internship runs from September 2019-May 2020


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

34 West 139th Street
New York NY, 10037




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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MSW Internship- Harry Blumenfeld Pelham Counseling Center (Bronx)
Harry Blumenfeld Pelham Counseling Center
 

Description

Provides help for people who are struggling with a wide range of emotional and social problems. Services for adults and children include evaluation and assessment, medication management, crisis intervention, time-effective and ongoing individual, couple, family, and group therapy, and loss and bereavement services for children and their caregivers.

Intern will provide intakes/comprehensive psychosocials, treatment planning, and ongoing therapeutic services.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year MSW students required

*Evening hours available


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

2 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

750 Astor Avenue
Bronx NY




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Our Jewish Community Services offer individuals and families connections to the support of peers and community. And we work with Jewish organizations, such as synagogues, JCCs, Y''s, and schools, to enhance their services and programming. Our Jewish clients are Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, Chasidic and unaffiliated. We help these individuals and communities facing issues of serious illness or injury, end-of-life care, loss and bereavement, making healthy life choices, addiction recovery
and other community care and support concerns.

Intern will facilitate support groups on caregiving, loss and bereavement, people with fiscal insecurity/concrete services, organize and offer trainings, conduct interviews for sober birthright trips, collaborate with other departments, and a lot of work with seniors.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*1 administrative or community organizing MSW student and 2 clinical MSW students requested

*Evenings are required

*Home visits/field work required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

3 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

135 West 50th Street
New York NY




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The counseling center serves Washington Heights and Inwood providing help to people struggling with a range of emotional and social problems. Services for adults and children include evaluation and assessment, crisis intervention, and time-limited, time-effective, and ongoing individual, couple, family, and group therapy.

Intern will provide counseling services in an out patient mental health clinic.

*Mondays required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year MSW student required

*evenings required

*Spanish speaking required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

5030 Broadway Suite 201
New York NY, 10034




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Mishkon provides residential, medical, and therapeutic care in a warm, homelike environment for individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Every apartment and private residence is individualized for the maximum growth of the clients. Services provided include medical and psychiatric care, skills training, case management, and occupational, physical and speech therapies. Facilities are Glatt kosher and follows Orthodox Jewish law.

Interns should be familiar with the orthodox Jewish population and would like to work in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship runs from September 2019-May 2020

*Home visits/fieldwork required

*Evening hours available

*1st or 2nd year student acceptable


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1358 56th Street
Brooklyn NY, 11219




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The outpatient mental health clinic provides psychiatric services to children and adults. This is only one of two clinics that services children, adolescents and their families on Staten Island. Services include individual, family, couples and group therapy and medication management. The population served faces challenges and impaired functioning related to diagnosis such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bi-Polar disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety, ADHD, Conduct disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, to highlight a few.

The intern will complete psychosocial assessments, conduct individual, family, collateral and group therapy. The intern will also complete initial assessments and submit documentation within guideline standards.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*Evenings are required

*2nd year MSW students required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

5 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1765 South Avenue
Staten Island NY, 10314




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

This innovative treatment program is for adolescents and young adults (16-30) who recently have had unusual thoughts and behaviors or who have started hearing or seeing things that others don''t. OnTrackNY helps people achieve their goals for school, work and relationships through a support of an entire team (psychiatrist, licensed primary clinician, job/school developer and nurse).

Intern will conduct assessments, provide diagnoses, work with engagement, care coordination, case management, psychotherapy, supported education and employment, community work, crisis management, family support, teamwork, ongoing training, and will participate in anti-racism groups

*Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays are required

*Evening hours required

*2nd year student required, targeted internship for NYU Evidence-Based Practice FLO

*Fieldwork/home visits required

*Students of color strongly encouraged to apply


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

135 West 50th Street
New York NY




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The School Based Mental Health Prevention and Intervention program is a new program in "high-needs" middle and high schools which provides counseling, professional development, classroom observations, group therapy for at-risk groups, case management and community linkages/referrals, etc. The project offers both prevention work for the entire school population, screening and brief intervention for vulnerable populations (LBGTQ, new immigrants, etc.) and provides individual, family, group and collateral sessions for students and families with a behavioral health issues.

Students will provide individual counseling, group counseling, case management, co-facilitating presentations, trainings, workshops for school staff and parents.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*Schools are in Queens & Staten Island- please indicate borough of choice and school age (middle or high school) when applying

*2nd year students required

*Bilingual students preferred for some of the schools- please specify languages spoken when applying


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

11 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Schools are in Queens & Staten Island. Please indicate which borough when applying.
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The Sally & Anthony Mann Center, formerly Linden Hill, a 64 bed Residential Treatment Facility (RTF), is for boys and girls ages 12 to 21 years old with severe psychiatric conditions. Children are referred by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH). An average stay here is between 9 and 11 months, during which time adolescents participate in intensive milieu therapy, individual, family, and group psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, special education and vocational training, all in an open setting.

Intern will function as a primary therapist providing individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy. Some community work is required, as part of interdisciplinary team.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Tuesdays and/or Thursdays also required

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*Home visits and fieldwork required

*Evening hours available

*2nd year MSW student required

*Due to population needs, female interns strongly preferred


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

2 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

226 Linda Avenue
Hawthorne NY, 10532




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

The Seymour Askin Clinic is a licensed outpatient mental health clinic that provides services to all age groups from young children to adolescents and adults. We offer a full spectrum of services to address the social and emotional well-being of all individuals in a safe and nurturing culturally sensitive environment.

Intern will conduct psychosocial assessments via intakes, carry a diverse caseload of children, adolescents and adults, and provide individual, family and group therapy.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*Spanish speaking strongly preferred

*Evening hours required

*2nd year clinical MSW student required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

2020 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn NY




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Provides advocacy and a wide-range of counseling services for families with children or adolescents who are at risk of out-of-home placement. Organizes after-school and summer programs, under DIAL (Drop In and Learn), for children and teens, which include individual and small group tutoring, socialization, and vocational guidance.

Intern will conduct home visits to do case work and counseling.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship runs from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year MSW students required

*Clinical student required

*Home visits throughout Brooklyn required

*Evenings are required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

2233 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn NY, 11210




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Provides a community-based residential rehabilitative program for eight emotionally traumatized children, ages 8 to 14. Children attend local schools and receive treatment services in the community.

Intern will work in a residential program licensed for 8 coed children with an Axis I mental health diagnosis. Direct responsibilities will include working with residents , their families and external service providers. Case management , advocacy and linkage will be the primary responsibilities of the internship.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*1st year MSW student required

*evenings available


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

19 Vedder Avenue
Staten Island NY, 10314




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

At Staten Island Family Services, we work with families struggling with a variety of challenges, like separation, loss, mental health issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, and transitions. Many families have youth at risk of being removed from their homes and put in foster care, detention centers, and group homes.

Intern will work with the entire family in evidenced based or non-evidenced based model programs. Intern will make safety-focused assessments of the child and family, and provide counseling services, advocacy and refer for concrete services to help stabilize the environment, improve family well-being, and to reduce the future need for child welfare involvement.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year MSW student required

*Clinical student required

*Evening hours available

*Spanish and/or Russian speaking preferred

*Fieldwork and/or home visits required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

358 St. Marks Place
Staten Island NY, 10301




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

At Staten Island Family Services, we work with families struggling with a variety of challenges, like separation, loss, mental health issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, and transitions. Many families have youth at risk of being removed from their homes and put in foster care, detention centers, and group homes.

Intern will conduct home based assessments and do individual and family therapy sessions.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*2nd year student required

*Home visits/fieldwork required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

358 St. Marks Place
Staten Island NY, 10301




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

At Staten Island Family Services, we work with families struggling with a variety of challenges, like separation, loss, mental health issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, and transitions. Many families have youth at risk of being removed from their homes and put in foster care, detention centers, and group homes.

Intern will conduct individual & family therapy with clients dealing with mental health issues & substance abuse issues.

*Mondays are required for this internship

*Internship will run from September 2019-May 2020

*Spanish speaking required for one of the positions

*Home visits/field work required

*Evening hours available as an option

*1st or 2nd MSW student requested for one slot; 2nd year required for the other


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

2 Positions available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

358 St. Marks Place
Staten Island NY, 10301




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Our Office Support volunteers provide clerical, data entry, switchboard, filing, scheduling, etc.

The Martha K. Selig Educational Institute provides training, consultation, and organizational development services to Jewish Board and many community based organizations and social services in the NYC area. We are looking for a volunteer with excellent organizational skills and an interest in mental health and social justice to have an internship like experience with us. Responsibilities may include filing, data entry, research for courses, editing, setting up and attending trainings/events, and more. Volunteer will report to director.


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

135 West 50th Street
New York NY




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Celina Trowell
ctrowell@jbfcs.org
(212) 632-4488
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Office Support- Neptune Family Services (BK)
Office Support - The Jewish Board
 

Description

Our Office Support volunteers provide clerical, data entry, switchboard, filing, scheduling, etc.

Specific Duties Include: Typing, Copying, Faxing, Filing, Answering the phone.

Morning, Afternoon and Night shifts availabe


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur


Brooklyn NY, 11235




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Celina Trowell
ctrowell@jbfcs.org
(212) 632-4488
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