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Family Support Specialist

West Central Behavioral Health

For 40 years, West Central has provided community based mental health care provider for New Hampshire's Sullivan County and the Upper Valley. 

Be an integral member of a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals

At the direction of the Team Leader, but working closely with Child & Adult Recovery Teams, provide clinical services to assigned children and their families. Meet community liaison, advocacy and consultation responsibilities.

  • 4 year degree - preferably in human services field
  • 1 year of clinical experience in a child team setting or prior case management experience with children
  •  Excellent organizational and communications skills
  • Must be flexible and demonstrate the ability to work with minimal supervision 
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Ability to relate to staff, clients and community around a mental health system
  • Ability to travel in connection with the job duties assigned
  • Have and maintain a valid state driver's license.
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Have and maintain personal automobile insurance
  • Ability to obtain and maintain Agency and/or State of New Hampshire required background check(s)
  • Understanding of the importance of confidentiality and the ability to maintain that confidence


West Central provides a generous benefit package including medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 403b retirement plan, and tuition reimbursement, local discounts, paid holidays and 24 days of paid time off!

  • Provide social living skills training by supporting, advising and providing role modeling. Identify child issues and parenting needs.
  • Coordinate treatment with outpatient services, presenting child needs to the Child Team to determine appropriate clinical assignment. Work closely with both child and adult teams to maximize services and provide seamless delivery of care.
  • Construct a service  plan for each client and coordinate child treatment plans for own caseload with other mental health providers, the parent treatment clinician and community organizations. Actively monitor client’s participation and progress and intervene when necessary.
  • Keep accurate and timely records on clients’ treatment and progress according to      organizations’ guidelines and expectations.
  • Support the clients’ family relationships and incorporate family services into the individual service plan.
How to Apply:

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Date Added: July 25, 2017

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