The full-time licensed therapist will conduct forensic evaluations/intakes for children who are victims of abuse or who have witnessed violence in their homes and/or communities. The therapist will provide trauma-informed individual counseling and family counseling to appropriate clients, as needed. The therapist will link clients with needed community resources and foster positive relationships with relevant organizations and community partners. The therapist will advocate for clients in Superior and Juvenile Courts, as needed. The therapist will also provide some supervision to master’s level interns and will work closely with other on-site therapists. The therapist will report directly to the Executive Director of CCAC.
Part-time Bi-lingual Victim Advocate will provide crisis assessment and intervention, risk assessment, and safety planning and support for children and family members at all stages of involvement with CAC. They will provide assessment of individual needs and cultural considerations for the child and family to ensure those needs are addressed. They will provide presence at CAC during the forensic interview in order to participate in information sharing; inform and support family about the coordinated, multidisciplinary response; and assess needs of child and non-offending caregiver. They will provide assistance in procuring concrete services (housing, protective orders, domestic violence intervention, food, transportation, public assistance etc.) They will provide coordinated case management meetings with all individuals providing victim advocacy services. They will provide outreach in the Hispanic/Latin Community in regard to CCAC Services.