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Located in Jackson, NJ, this Specialty Bed living unit serves five boys ages 10-14. The program was developed and operates with a specific Trauma-Informed treatment approach to serve the youth with a program that is “uniquely tailored to the particular needs of the youth in a manner that extends beyond the usual expectations” of residential care. This program adopts the tenets consistent with Chil...
Located in MountHolly within the local community, this Independent Living Style housing unit serves four boys ages 15-18. Youth are required to perform such tasks grocery shopping, laundry, cooking, and banking. Semple House is used as an advanced level of our RTC care, where prospective youth must apply and receive letters of recommendation from staff across departmental lines. All youth are requ...
Located in Jackson, NJ, this Specialty Bed living unit serves females. The program was developed and operates with a specific Trauma-Informed treatment approach to serve the youth with a program that is “uniquely tailored to the particular needs of the youth in a manner that extends beyond the usual expectations” of residential care. This program adopts the tenets consistent with Child Centered Th...
The Clinical Director is responsible for clinical supervision of program including staff supervision, community based direct consumer care and clinical review of documentation. Completes all clinical assessments and contributes to and oversees the development, implementation, monitoring and updating of the individualized rehabilitation plan (treatment plan). Provides quality analysis, feedback and...
Located in New Egypt, NJ, the Ohana Crisis Stabilization and Assessment program serves youth between 16 and 20 years of age who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Through assessment and therapeutic, behavioral and medical interventions, a multidisciplinary team works to stabilize each youth and help them transition back to their families or to a lower level of care. This structured ...
The Involuntary Outpatient Commitment (IOC) program offers a new option for individuals who aren't imminently dangerous enough for commitment to an inpatient program, but who struggle with remaining in treatment and are likely to become dangerous without that treatment. IOC coordinates community services and supports that increase the likelihood of treatment adherence. IOC services are a multi-dis...
Located in Tewksbury, NJ, the Galen Program serves youth between 16 and 20 years of age who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Through assessment and therapeutic, behavioral and medical interventions, a multidisciplinary team works to stabilize each youth and help them transition back to their families or to a lower level of care. This structured program includes education and/or vo...
The Balance Community Home for Children serves youth with emotional challenges. In addition to housing, the five-bed home provides highly structured programming including therapy, psychiatric services, recreation, life skills, education assistance and socialization. An interdisciplinary service team utilizes a variety of evidence-based practices to facilitate recovery so that youth can become heal...
The Monmouth Community Home for Children Program is for adolescents who have varying degrees of behavioral issues that traditionally required more intensive settings. This program offers greater opportunities along with the same level of treatment intensity in a community based setting. This is a 24/7 staffed community based residential setting. The Residential Counselor will assist in providing ...
The Crosswinds Peer Respite program, located in Toms River, NJ, is a short-term, voluntary, residential program, operated mainly by Peer Specialists and offers Peer Support/WRAP Planning, Case Management, Education and Support Groups, Volunteer Companions, Medication Education/Prescribing/Administering, Co-Occurring Substance Use Services and Family Education/Involvement. All services are delivere...
In conjunction with the Director of Developmental Disabilities, the Behaviorist plans and provides behavior management programs for youth (ages 15 -19). Provides related services to administrators, staff, parents, and the community as appropriate. Actively participates in the development and implementation of policies relative to the management of problematic behaviors. Identifies target behavior,...
The Crisis Stabilization and Assessment program serves youth between 6 and 10 years of age who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Through assessment and therapeutic, behavioral and medical interventions, a multidisciplinary team works to stabilize each youth and help them transition back to their families or to a lower level of care. This structured program includes education and/or...
The Residential Counselor III will implement the programs set forth by Management Team. The position is a vital team member responsible for the maintenance of a positive, strength-based, developmentally appropriate therapeutic environment that is in keeping with the values and clinical treatment philosophy of Legacy Treatment Services. Act as a house leader, when designated, in the absence of the ...
The Residential Counselor assists in providing a safe environment and positive residential treatment program for adolescent females within the residence. Assists in maintaining a positive, strength-based, developmentally appropriate therapeutic environment that is in keeping with the values and clinical treatment philosophy of Legacy Treatment Services. Keeps vision of Consumers in home setting or...
This position is in an Intensive Residential Treatment Services Program located in Burlington County. The Clinical Team Leader designs and supervises a safe environment and positive residential treatment program. Establishes and maintains a positive, strengths-based, developmentally appropriate therapeutic milieu that is in keeping with the values and clinical treatment philosophy of the Agency. M...
Located in Hunterdon County, this program serves children and youth who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Through assessment and therapeutic, behavioral and medical interventions, a multidisciplinary team works to stabilize each youth and help them transition back to their families or to a lower level of care. This structured program includes education and/or vocational training, c...
In conjunction with the Director of Developmental Disabilities, the Behaviorist plans and provides behavior management programs for youth (ages 15 -19) enrolled in the Crisis Stabilization program. Provides related services to administrators, staff, parents, and the community as appropriate. Actively participates in the development and implementation of policies relative to the management of probl...
The Cash Receipts/Accounts Payable Specialist assumes responsibility for preparing accurate and timely deposit of all cash receipts, including proper posting of cash receipts to general ledger. Completes all banking duties for Agency at local banks and/or rapid deposit via online banking systems. Prepares and distributes allowance and WAY work program funds for residential consumers. Enters journa...
The Outpatient Program offers individual/group/family/couples therapy, psychiatric services, and medication monitoring to consumers with mental health concerns. The Outpatient Program serves a wide range of consumers including persons experiencing life difficulties, those who have serious mental illness, children and families referred because of abuse and neglect, adult and adolescent substance ab...