1. Provide ongoing assessment of clients’ wants and needs and facilitate the development and
updating of the Individualized Plans.
2. Teach clients skills that will facilitate independence and achievement of their goals including
daily living skills, interpersonal skills and other independent skills that support their progress.
3. Assist and support clients in crisis situations.
4. Work with various agencies and school provided partners to engage clients in successful
development and implementation of treatment plans.
5. Provide psycho-educational and teaching symptom management skills to minimize the effects of
symptoms of individual daily lives.
6. Assist clients in developing natural support networks/systems by locating services in the
7. Accompany clients to critical services when necessary, especially critical appointments.
8. Provide education, support and consultation to clients’ families and support system, as
9. Document timely all services in case notes including writing, inputting reporting all
correspondence in to CREDIBLE and staff supervison..
10. Attend and participate in school intervention and staff meetings.
11. Provide advocacy and support for clients as they navigate social, governmental, and community
12. Maintaining confidentiality of records relating to clients’ treatment.
13. Perform all other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in a human services field.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office.
Ability to work in a diverse environment.
4130 Hunt Place, NE
Washington, DC 20019