Including but not limited to - the assistance in provision of quality and effective direct care services, its subsequent documentation, clinical reporting (such as group and individual and family sessions), assessment, treatment planning, transition & referral activities, caseload maintenance including documentation, and other programmatic recommendations made by supervision. Strict adherence to the agency’s code of ethics, NJ statutes and regulations governing the profession and licensure & accreditation standards.
CURA, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Race/Color/Sex/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Religion/National Origin/Disability/Vets
Degree preferred in Human Services, Mental Health or Social
Work, with a current LCADC/LPC/LCSW/APN and CCS certifications; or current CADC certification with bachelor’s degree preferred in Human Services, Mental Health or Social Work, or be enrolled in a course of study leading to the aforementioned requirements. Must be Bilingual in Spanish and English with ability to demonstrate English oral and written skills.