NORTHERN, CENTRAL, AND SOUTHERN NJ
Project 99 is currently seeking culturally competent professionals with expertise and experience, to provide In Home Counseling Services to children between the age of 5-18 with behavioral and emotional needs. Services are specific, outcome-oriented interventions designed to augment other mental/behavioral health services included in a child’s comprehensive plan of care. These interventions are designed to target specific behaviors that are interfering with a child/youth’s functioning. Services are provided in the beneficiary’s home or other community setting aimed at averting admission or readmission to residential mental/behavioral health treatment programs or inpatient psychiatric settings.
Project99 has an exciting, challenging and rewarding work environment that allows excellent potential for professional growth as well as an outstanding compensation and benefits package including performance incentives, health & dental insurance.
In Home Therapist:
(Part Time & Full Time) NJ licensed therapists/counselor to provide in home therapy and evaluations. Must have demonstrated experience with child/adolescent behavioral health must have good work ethics, good communication skills and well organized; capable of producing comprehensive documentation.
For more information about how you can join the Project 99 team and impact your community please call (973) 565-9199.
Project99 is looking for Behavioral Assistant staff to provide services to children and adolescents. The services are provided in the family home and/or in other community settings. Behavioral staff will work under the direction of a licensed clinician to provide behavioral interventions to children with behavioral and/or emotional challenges.
This is a per diem/part time position. *MUST HAVE BACHELOR DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL WORK OR RELATED FIELD.*
All applicants must be 21 years of age or older and have no history of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of children or vulnerable adults. At least one year of documented experience with children, preferably with behavioral, emotional, or learning issues. Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and acceptable driving record within company insurance guidelines. Must complete criminal background checks.