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Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Pomona, California

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Job Description

Job Description

Clarity HR Solutions is partnered with Parents Anonymous Inc. to find a qualified and passionate Mental Health Clinical Supervisor to join their team for their new UMHP program in San Gabriel Valley, California. Please be sure to read through the Job Requirements listed below.

About Parents Anonymous® Inc.

Parents Anonymous® Inc. is the first Family Strengthening organization and the only Evidence-Based Parent Partner program in the U.S. Since 1969, Parents Anonymous® Inc. envisions a just society where all Parents, Children & Youth thrive in resilient families and communities. The Parents Anonymous® Group is the only Evidence-Based Parent Partner Program in the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse and the National Parent Helpline® is the first and only nationwide emotional support system for Parents, Caregivers & Children & Youth.

Learn more about Parents Anonymous: https://parentsanonymous.org/

Learn more about the United Mental Health Promoters (UMHP) program: https://dmh.lacounty.gov/resources/united-mental-health-promoters/

About the Position

Parents Anonymous® Inc. is looking for an enthusiastic, caring, and culturally responsive Clinical Supervisor to lead the UMHP program. As the Clinical Supervisor, you will support a team conducting outreach and education to targeted populations and develop relationships with community-based organizations. You will serve as a link between the community, the Department of Mental Health and other community programs to promote mental wellness.

Specific Job Duties

  • Supervise Supervising United Mental Health Promoter, Senior United Mental Health Promoter and United Mental Health Promoter Peer Support Specialists to maintain program quality and ensure outcomes are achieved.
  • Provide Clinical Supervision to some staff. 
  • Other supervisory duties may include reviewing timesheets, requests for time off, job performance management, interview of applicants, training of staff, etc.
  • Advise, coordinate, and conduct clinical needs of participants as needed.
  • Assist in the development and management of plans for outreach, community engagement and linkages, and client support services.
  • Create outreach avenues and activities with ages birth to 5, DCFS, juvenile justice, elderly 65+, the unhoused population, transitional age youth, and LGBTQIA+ communities.
  • Oversee Peer Support drop-in groups for peers such as trauma-informed activities (art, dance, drumming circles, mindfulness activities, etc.).
  • Educate the populations listed above in Mental Health Awareness, COVID Prevention, Domestic Violence Prevention, and Community Violence Prevention.
  • Plan and actively engage in outreach activities through in-person outreach and virtual outreach to peers and organizations in targeted areas.
  • Promote all Evidence Based Parents Anonymous® Programs through outreach and peer support with diverse parents, children and youth.
  • Create and maintain partnerships with other community-based organizations in an effort to expand community linkage.
  • Advocate and embrace the vision, mission, and goals of Parents Anonymous®.

Job Requirements

  • Must work 2 evenings a week and weekend hours as needed.
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred.
  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or related field is preferred.
  • Must have an active and valid registration with BBS as an LMFT, LCSW or LPCC.
  • Previous supervisory experience is a plus.
  • Must have some experience working directly with diverse Parents, Children & Youth up to 25.
  • Must embrace and reflect the Mission, Vision, and Principles of Parents Anonymous® Inc.
  • Must embrace the philosophy and theory of change of Parent Anonymous® including mutual support, parent leadership, shared leadership®, and personal growth and change.
  • Must have well-developed computer skills.
  • Must be able to work at community outreach events on weekends as needed.
  • Must be culturally responsive, responsible, and seek assistance from supervisor when work challenges arise.
  • Must have a smartphone.
  • Must have a working vehicle and a valid driver’s license or have the ability to go to work and outreach in the surrounding area.