APIP Facilitator is responsible for direct service provision to participants in the Anti-Violence Programs. Direct service includes group counseling utilizing a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy modality, advocacy services, referrals and follow-up. Individual must demonstrate sensitivity to issues related to the impact of the criminal justice system, trauma and domestic violence. In addition, the APIP facilitator will make all necessary assessments for the following needs: community agencies to provide proper placement of participants in areas of permanent housing, vocational and educational services, and to assist families in securing public assistance, Medicaid or other benefits. APIP Facilitator will conduct weekly, monthly and quarterly risk assessments as well. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services with two years of counseling experience, preferred, in a group setting. Two years of experience in social services, criminal justice system/jail/prison, working with re-entry and/or probations populations and experience and demonstrated skills in group setting. Must be knowledgeable and sensitive to domestic violence and diversity issues. Must be computer-literate and have knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
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