• Kids Oneida Program Manager

    Kids Oneida

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Kids Oneida Program Manager, within the Kids Oneida Program (click here for Program information.)

    The Kids Oneida Program Manager is responsible for providing quality assurance and  oversight of the Kids Oneida/ Step Down Programs while adhering to and promoting the  philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties. 

    *Application Deadline: Friday, February 10, 2023*

    • Responsible for day to day oversight of the Case Management Supervisors and Family Service Coordinators and their duties
    • Directly Supervises the Case Management Supervisors and provides team leadership
    • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems
    • Works closely with Oneida County Department of Social Services and Oneida County Family Court to ensure compliance and best practice for overall program
    • Assists with overall planning and direction of the program
    • Ensures compliance with documentation standards, program and agency policies within signed work unit consistent with the agency’s mission and vision
    • Enhance the work unit’s capacity to provide a high standard of practice, by fostering good working relationships and providing consultation, technical assistance and support to the Case Management Supervisors
    • Provides feedback to the Program Director in regards to the case management needs of the program and some potential means to achieve the overall case management expectations of the agency
    • Ensures that all incidents are reported according to the agency policy and procedures
    • Provides leadership in the development and implementation of case management best practices and trainings. Collaborate with other staff as appropriate to implement effective and efficient case management practices agency wide
    • Prepare reports and maintain data relative to the responsibilities and performance of Case Management Supervisors and Family Service Coordinators
    • Provides ongoing training to support developmental needs of staff.
    • Review and compiles appropriate records and reports as required for the program.
    • May provide direct service, e.g. crisis intervention, to families
    • Ensures compliance with documentation standards, program and agency policies within assigned work unit consistent with the agency’s mission and vision
    • Networks with community organizations and working to develop community contacts to promote the understanding of program services
    • Establishes a work environment that creates positive communication between employees and assimilates new employees to the Agency’s culture, values and mission.
    • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) in human services or mental health field from a four year college or university
    • At minimum of two years of experience providing service coordinator for community-based services to individuals, preferable children, with special needs
    • At least 2 years of supervisory experience is preferred.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Healthy Families Montgomery County Program Supervisor

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Healthy Families Program Supervisor position. This position is located in Montgomery County.

    The Healthy Families Montgomery County Program Supervisor provides ongoing, intensive, professional supervision to direct service staff.  This will include either or both of the components of service, family support or family assessment.  The supervision is directed not only toward assuring quality of service provision, but also toward protecting the integrity and respect of the families. The Healthy Families Program Supervisor will support the philosophy and mission of the agency by performing the following duties.

    *Application Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2023*

    • Direct supervision of Family Support Specialists (FSS) and/or Family Resource Specialists (FRS).
    • Schedules and directs work of FSSs and/or FRSs.
    • Assists in interviewing, hiring, evaluating, and with training of FSSs and/or FRSs.
    • Provides supervision, case management and monitoring of FSSs’ and/or FRSs’ performance.
    • Maintains a work environment that provides maximum safety and health.
    • Ensures that staff have needed materials.
    • Conducts or arranges for family and child assessments conducted during home visiting.
    • Conducts client record reviews and maintains required data collection systems.
    • Provides documentation on services needed by and provided to each family.
    • Responsible for data entry into the statewide system for staff.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.
    • An advanced degree in a Health or Human Service field, or a bachelor's degree in a Health or Human Service field and five (5) years experience in a home visiting program, with supervisory experience preferred. --OR--
    • Three (3) years direct service in a Healthy Families Program as an FSS or FRS, a documented history of progressive professional development, and an Associate's degree in a related field, with supervisory experience preferred.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Healthy Families Oneida County Program Supervisor

    Healthy Families of Oneida County

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Healthy Families Oneida County Resource and Support Specialist, within the Healthy Families Oneida County Program (click here for Program information.)

    The Healthy Families Program Supervisor provides ongoing, intensive, professional supervision to direct service staff.  This will include either or both of the components of service, family support or family assessment.  The supervision is directed not only toward assuring quality of service provision, but also toward protecting the integrity and respect of the families. The Healthy Families Program Supervisor will support the philosophy and mission of the agency by performing the following duties.

    *Application Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2023*

    • Direct supervision of Family Support Specialists (FSS) and/or Family Resource Specialists (FRS).
    • Schedules and directs work of FSSs and/or FRSs.
    • Assists in interviewing, hiring, evaluating, and with training of FSSs and/or FRSs
    • Provides supervision, case management and monitoring of FSSs’ and/or FRSs’ performance.
    • Maintains a work environment that provides maximum safety and health.
    • Ensures that staff have needed materials.
    • Conducts or arranges for family and child assessments conducted during home visiting.
    • Conducts client record reviews and maintains required data collection systems.
    • Provides documentation on services needed by and provided to each family.
    • Responsible for data entry into the statewide system for staff.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.
    • An advanced degree in a Health or Human Service field, or a bachelor's degree in a Health or Human Service field and five (5) years experience in a home visiting program, with supervisory experience preferred.
    • Three (3) years direct service in a Healthy Families Program as an FSS or FRS, a documented history of progressive professional development, and an Associate's degree in a related field.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Healthy Families Oneida County Resource and Support Specialist

    Healthy Families of Oneida County

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Healthy Families Oneida County Resource and Support Specialist, within the Healthy Families Oneida County Program (click here for Program information.)

    A Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits and interviews families to assess health and social service needs of families and children to determine their level of risk. Conducts outreach and in-home recruitment, in addition to home visiting activities for expecting and new parents. The Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist does so by performing the following duties and responsibilities:

    *Application Deadline: Wednesday, January 25, 2023*

    • The HF Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits and interviews families in their home to determine level of risk, obtaining informed consent from the family and referring families to appropriate resources (including home visiting services).
    • Provide interventions/referrals that are family centered and strength based directed at establishing a trusting relationship.
    • Maintain a caseload and conduct regular home visits with families to assist them in strengthening their parent-child relationship.
    • Assist parents in improving their skills to optimize the home environment, improving the family support system and increasing the family’s ability to problem solve and assume the role of advocate for themselves and their children.
    • Assures that all records are accurate and up-to-date. HFRSS will utilize a computer and other office equipment to gather, record, retrieve, collate, copy, and disseminate information.
    • Attends center meetings, case reviews, staff meetings, parent meetings, in-services, tabling events, supervisions, and other meetings/trainings as directed.
    • Responsible for assisting the family in establishing goals and a plan for accomplishment of these goals.
    • Responsible for assessing realistic short term and long-term goals for normal growth and development of target children.
    • Responsible for working flexible hours to meet the needs of working families and availability for emergency situations.
    • Establish and maintain personal and programmatic boundaries, while providing supportive services.
    • Offer strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to individuals who may not share basic commonality including value system and behavior norms.
    • Maintain confidentiality of all acquired information.
    • A high school diploma/GED with experience working with, or assisting, at-risk children and families in a community setting.
    • Knowledge of infant and child development is preferred.
    • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation is required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Healthy Families Herkimer County Resource and Support Specialist

    Healthy Families of Herkimer County

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Healthy Families Herkimer County Resource and Support Specialist, within the Healthy Families Herkimer County Program (click here for Program information.)

    A Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits and interviews families to assess health and social service needs of families and children to determine their level of risk. Conducts outreach and in-home recruitment, in addition to home visiting activities for expecting and new parents. The Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist does so by performing the following duties and responsibilities:

    *Application Deadline: Wednesday, January 25, 2023*

    • The HF Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits and interviews families in their home to determine level of risk, obtaining informed consent from the family and referring families to appropriate resources (including home visiting services).
    • Provide interventions/referrals that are family centered and strength based directed at establishing a trusting relationship.
    • Maintain a caseload and conduct regular home visits with families to assist them in strengthening their parent-child relationship.
    • Assist parents in improving their skills to optimize the home environment, improving the family support system and increasing the family’s ability to problem solve and assume the role of advocate for themselves and their children.
    • Assures that all records are accurate and up-to-date. HFRSS will utilize a computer and other office equipment to gather, record, retrieve, collate, copy, and disseminate information.
    • Attends center meetings, case reviews, staff meetings, parent meetings, in-services, tabling events, supervisions, and other meetings/trainings as directed.
    • Responsible for assisting the family in establishing goals and a plan for accomplishment of these goals.
    • Responsible for assessing realistic short term and long-term goals for normal growth and development of target children.
    • Responsible for working flexible hours to meet the needs of working families and availability for emergency situations.
    • Establish and maintain personal and programmatic boundaries, while providing supportive services.
    • Offer strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to individuals who may not share basic commonality including value system and behavior norms.
    • Maintain confidentiality of all acquired information.
    • A high school diploma/GED with experience working with, or assisting, at-risk children and families in a community setting.
    • Knowledge of infant and child development is preferred.
    • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation is required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist Montgomery County

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill multiple Full Time Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist positions in the Healthy Families Montgomery County Program.

    A Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits, and interviews families to assess health and social service needs of families and children to determine their level of risk. Conducts outreach and in-home recruitment, in addition to home visiting activities for expecting and new parents. The Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist does do by preforming the following duties and responsibilities:

     

    *Please note the position is based in Montgomery County*

     

    • The HF Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits and interviews families in their home to determine level of risk, obtaining informed consent from the family and referring families to appropriate resources (including home visiting services).
    • Provide interventions/referrals that are family centered and strength based directed at establishing a trusting relationship.
    • Maintain a caseload and conduct regular home visits with families to assist them in strengthening their parent-child relationship.
    • Assist parents in improving their skills to optimize the home environment, improving the family support system and increasing the family’s ability to problem solve and assume the role of advocate for themselves and their children.
    • Assures that all records are accurate and up-to-date. HFRSS will utilize a computer and other office equipment to gather, record, retrieve, collate, copy, and disseminate information.
    • Attends center meetings, case reviews, staff meetings, parent meetings, in-services, tabling events, supervisions, and other meetings/trainings as directed.
    • Responsible for assisting the family in establishing goals and a plan for accomplishment of these goals.
    • Responsible for assessing realistic short term and long-term goals for normal growth and development of target children.
    • Responsible for working flexible hours to meet the needs of working families and availability for emergency situations.
    • Establish and maintain personal and programmatic boundaries, while providing supportive services.
    • Offer strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to individuals who may not share basic commonality including value system and behavior norms.
    • Maintain confidentiality of all acquired information.
    • A high school diploma/GED with experience working with, or assisting, at-risk children and families in a community setting.
    • Knowledge of infant and child development is preferred.
    • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation is required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist Schoharie County

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full Time Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist position in the Schoharie County Healthy Families Program.

    A Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits, and interviews families to assess health and social service needs of families and children to determine their level of risk. Conducts outreach and in-home recruitment, in addition to home visiting activities for expecting and new parents. The Healthy Families Resource and Support Specialist does so by performing the following duties and responsibilities:

     

    *Please note the position is based in Schoharie County*

     

    • The HF Resource and Support Specialist identifies, recruits and interviews families in their home to determine level of risk, obtaining informed consent from the family and referring families to appropriate resources (including home visiting services).
    • Provide interventions/referrals that are family centered and strength based directed at establishing a trusting relationship.
    • Maintain a caseload and conduct regular home visits with families to assist them in strengthening their parent-child relationship.
    • Assist parents in improving their skills to optimize the home environment, improving the family support system and increasing the family’s ability to problem solve and assume the role of advocate for themselves and their children.
    • Assures that all records are accurate and up-to-date. HFRSS will utilize a computer and other office equipment to gather, record, retrieve, collate, copy, and disseminate information.
    • Attends center meetings, case reviews, staff meetings, parent meetings, in-services, tabling events, supervisions, and other meetings/trainings as directed.
    • Responsible for assisting the family in establishing goals and a plan for accomplishment of these goals.
    • Responsible for assessing realistic short term and long-term goals for normal growth and development of target children.
    • Responsible for working flexible hours to meet the needs of working families and availability for emergency situations.
    • Establish and maintain personal and programmatic boundaries, while providing supportive services.
    • Offer strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to individuals who may not share basic commonality including value system and behavior norms.
    • Maintain confidentiality of all acquired information.
    • A high school diploma/GED with experience working with, or assisting, at-risk children and families in a community setting.
    • Knowledge of infant and child development is preferred.
    • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation is required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • SNUG Social Worker

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time SNUG Social Worker position.

    The SNUG Street Outreach program is an evidence-based, violence reduction initiative that treats gun violence as a disease by identifying its causes and interrupting its transmission. There are currently twelve DCJS SNUG Programs across New York State. At each SNUG site, outreach teams of “credible messengers” – individuals who are hired from within the communities in which they work and have backgrounds similar to those with whom they aim to connect – mentor the highest risk youth with an emphasis on conflict mediation and violence prevention.

    The SNUG Social Worker aims to address the trauma individuals and communities face due to long-term exposure to gun violence and provides help and support to improve lives and strengthen neighborhoods impacted by violence. The SNUG Social Worker will provide mental health counseling and other services to individuals and families. Will adhere to and promote the philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties:

     

    • Works as an onsite social worker and member of the SNUG team in order to support SNUG staff in their current work with high-risk individuals affected by community violence.
    • Works with victims of community violence and their families and provides them with either short or longer-term therapeutic services.
    • Works with the SNUG Program Manager and staff to regularly debrief, process traumatic incidents, and manage the day-to-day stress of this work; provide ongoing training for staff and provide guidance in their work with clients.
    • Creates onsite programming including support groups for staff, participants, families of homicide victims, etc.
    • Responds with SNUG team to violent incidents in the community, attends SNUG outreach events, and makes home visits to victims and families when appropriate.
    • Develops relationships with hospitals and other crime victim service providers in order to ensure crime victims know about and utilize SNUG services; will be required to maintain adequate caseload.
    • Participates in ongoing trauma training phone calls and weekly onsite clinical supervision with DCJS.
    • Be available to support SNUG team in emergency situations regarding incidents with staff or participants.
    • Any other relevant duties may be assigned, on an as needed basis.
    • Minimum of LMSW (Licensed Master Social Worker) is required; LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) preferred.
    • Direct experience working with high-risk individuals in the community.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • SNUG Outreach Worker

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill multiple Full-Time SNUG Outreach Worker positions in the agency.  

    The SNUG Street Outreach program is an evidence-based, violence reduction initiative that treats gun violence as a disease by identifying its causes and interrupting its transmission. There are currently twelve DCJS SNUG Programs across New York State. At each SNUG site, outreach teams of “credible messengers” – individuals who are hired from within the communities in which they work and have backgrounds similar to those with whom they aim to connect – mentor the highest risk youth with an emphasis on conflict mediation and violence prevention.

    The SNUG Outreach Worker works to provide the community with a resource that will assist the victims of crime and improve community safety by changing behaviors, attitudes, and social norms related to gun violence.  The SNUG Outreach Worker responds to shootings in the targeted community to prevent retaliation and to assist family members of those who have been injured or killed.  The SNUG Outreach Worker will support the philosophy and mission of the agency by performing the following duties.

    Shift:

    • Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm but may vary based on the needs of the program.
    • This position holds a required on-call component.

     

    • Canvas designated zones or other areas that have been identified and assigned by Supervisor.
    • Visits high risk participants (must have a minimum of six in person contacts per month) to assist with overcoming any identified obstacles.
    • Works with both victims and perpetrators of crime (who are often victims themselves) to provide connections to services.
    • Meets with high risk youth involved in the program to set goals with an emphasis on providing educational and job opportunities. Additional services may include connection to substance use treatment, education and college prep, resume building, job readiness skills, anger management groups and positive life skills groups.
    • Works with community stakeholders to educate the community about violence.
    • Mediates conflicts that could lead to violence in target area.
    • Engages the community, religious organizations/clergy, and local businesses through rallies and special events.
    • Participates in weekly one on one supervision with management.
    • Participates in weekly staff meetings.
    • Enters daily log, case notes, and mediations in SNUG database.
    • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Must have lived experience with background similar to the high risk youth being served by this initiative.
    • Preferable that the applicant live in the targeted community and be known to the target population.
    • Valid Driver’s License is required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Youth Care Coordinator

    Children’s Care Management

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Youth Care Coordinator position, within the Children's Care Management program (click here for Program information.)

    The Youth Care Coordinator conducts and schedules assessments, referrals, advocacy and supports, counseling, education of patients and enrollees and care team members assuring the patient receives quality services to maintain optimum healthcare needs without barriers. The Youth Care Coordinator adheres to and promotes the philosophy of the company by performing the following duties and responsibilities.



     

     

    • Responsible for outreach and engagement to formally enroll referred children into the care management program.
    • Conducts assessments, evaluates needs, establishes and maintains care plan and maintains referrals for enrollees. Ensures supports are in place inclusive of peer and family contacts.
    • Develops Interim Plan of Care based on preliminary clinical information and assigned level that will identify linkages and services immediately required, based on information received from referral sources if applicable.
    • Ensures all initial linkages are established and maintained.
    • Collaborates with all services providers and establishes team communication plan.
    • Monitors goals on a continuing basis and that team is communicating.
    • Monitors and ensures that care plan is relevant to health home policies and procedures.
    • Consults with family members and social supports to maintain support consistency.
    • Advocates for additional services and linkages as appropriate.
    • Maintains current care management documentation and information regarding care management activities within the required health IT system.
    • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in human services or mental health field from a four-year college or university.
    • At least two years experience in Human Services, primarily Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Youth ACT Licensed Social Worker/Licensed Counselor

    Kids Oneida

    *Signing Bonus of $3,000 available for this Position*

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Youth ACT Licensed Social Worker/Licensed Counselor position.  

    ICAN’s Youth Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a program designed to address the significant mental health needs of youth ages 10 to 21, who are at risk of entering, or returning home from, high end services, such as inpatient settings or residential services, through the use of a multi-disciplinary team. 

    The Licensed Professional is responsible for providing treatment to children and their families to support identified treatment goals and targeted service interventions and will address the clinical needs of the children and the complex needs of the entire family unit. Will adhere to and promote the philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties.

     

    • Provide case contacts, which include home visits. Complete assessments, provide individual/family/group therapy, treatment planning, monitoring and crisis management.
    • Address the clinical needs of the children and the complex needs of the entire family unit. Treatment interventions utilized by this team member must be individualized to the child and family, as well as evidence-based.
    • Assist with providing therapeutic communication and interactions with youth/families for the purpose of alleviating symptoms or functional limitations associated with a child/youth’s behavioral health diagnosis, reversing or changing maladaptive patterns of behavior, encouraging personal growth and development, and supporting the child/youth’s capacity to achieve age–appropriate developmental milestones.
    • Provides crisis response, which includes a rotating on call schedule amongst the ACT team members.
    • Participation in daily morning team meetings and bi-weekly supervision.
    • Must successfully complete the required ACT Institute trainings as well as obtain and maintain CANS certification.
    • Professional License by the New York State Education Department is required and operating within the practitioner’s scope of practice as defined by New York State law. This license includes that of a licensed social worker (LMSW), licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), or licensed creative art therapists (LCAT).
    • At least 3-5 years of experience working with children and youth with significant emotional disorders, severe mental, emotional and behavioral impairments (commensurate with RTF or CR level of care), histories of hospitalization, and families with complex, multi-system needs, in crisis, with children in a mental health setting, or related experience.
    • Experience with providing evidence-based treatments and familiarity with evidence-based practices is crucial to this role.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
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  • Behavior Specialist

    School Based Services

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time School- Based Behavior Specialist position. (Click here for program information)

    The Behavior Specialist assists teachers, the clinical coordinator and administrators to work with students’ with severe emotional and behavioral problems to reach their individual educational and therapeutic goals, as well as improve their social interactions within a school community. Organize and implement academic and experiential activities and provide therapeutic support for students in day treatment programs. Promotes the philosophy and mission of the agency by performing the following duties.

     

    • Assist in the development of the treatment plan and the identification and implementation of behavioral rules and consequences.
    • Monitors, analyzes, and collaborates with teachers, therapists, other mental health staff and students in developing, implementing and monitoring individual student academic and behavioral progress and goals.
    • Monitors student behavior in classroom setting based on information gathered and observed for each assigned student.
    • Participates in program development, case management and supervision.
    • Assists in setting limits with compassion.
    • Directs students to use positive behaviors for success in the classroom and with diverse teaching styles.
    • Utilizes appropriate interventions designed to help students practice coping skills, achieve academic success and eventually apply for transition back to “home” school.
    • Designs, conducts and/or assists in group activities, including recording progress notes for each group and supervises lunchroom and recess, when assigned.
    • Assists teachers in classroom management including assisting Clinicians by sharing information, meeting with administrators in determining students individual educational and therapeutic goals, supporting building social interactions within a school and local community.
    • Adheres to best practices in professional ethics and boundaries.
    • Evaluates crisis situations and escalated behaviors and provide appropriate interventions and support.
    • Obtains behavior modification by using specific behavior management techniques.
    • Associates Degree in Education, Special Education, Psychology, Social Work, or related field and four years relevant experience or Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Special Education, Psychology, Social Work, or related field required with at least two years relevant experience in traditional and non-traditional youth service setting required.
    • Additional professional development in specialty areas helpful. Ability to adjust to student, staff, and program needs. Experience working with students with severe emotional and behavioral problems required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401 K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Clinical Care Coordinator

    School Based Services

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a school based Clinical Care Coordinator position. (Click here for program information)

    The Clinical Care Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of quality psycho-social care to students served in a school setting. This position works with ICAN and BOCES staff to ensure that overall needs of the student client are met. Complete comprehensive assessments and implement treatment plan to address the social, emotional and educational needs of students in pursuit of academic success. Promotes the philosophy and mission of the agency by performing the following duties.

     

    • Coordinate with school personnel and mental health professionals to assure that the youth’s mental health needs are considered in academic planning.
    • Provide supportive consultation services to school personnel as needed, including, classroom observation, peer mediation, school wide events, etc.
    • Conducts outreach to engage students and assist families with an understanding of program philosophy and policies.
    • Links clients and their families to appropriate resources and services in a timely and coordinated manner.
    • Assists the client and family with the development, implementation and monitoring of their individualized plan of care and schedules routine meetings to review, revise and discuss such plans.
    • Provide short term counseling to youth and families.
    • Complete a psychosocial assessment of identified student and family to include treatment recommendations and service identification.
    • Completes all required documentation in a comprehensive and timely manner as required by ICAN and BOCES.
    • Provide trainings to school personnel, parents, and community members on children’s mental health to raise awareness about intervention and treatment.
    • Collaborate with existing educational personnel in student’s home district (i.e. prevention workers, social workers, guidance counselors) to plan for timely return to district.
    • Maintain statistics for analysis and reporting purposes.
    • Master's degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or related field required.
    • NYS Professional License in area of study preferred or must be license eligible upon hire. Will consider candidates who are scheduled to sit for their licensure.
    • 1-3 years of experience as a Clinician preferred.
    • Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, and a knowledge and understanding of educational supports.
    • Experience working with students with severe emotional and behavioral problems required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
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  • Youth ACT Clinical Support Staff

    Kids Oneida

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Youth ACT Clinical Support Staff position.  

    ICAN’s Youth Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a program designed to address the significant mental health needs of youth ages 10 to 21, who are at risk of entering, or returning home from, high end services, such as inpatient settings or residential services, through the use of a multi-disciplinary team.

    The Clinical Support Staff is responsible for working with the family and child in support of identified treatment goals through distinct and targeted service interventions. This position will support the child and family to acquire the necessary skills and abilities to manage their health, improve family relationships, and develop opportunities for pro-social activities and interactions. Adheres to and promotes the philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties.

     

     

    • Provides overall case management for the children on their caseload. This includes conducting home visits, treatment planning, family and individual psychoeducation, psychosocial rehabilitation and referrals and linkages.
    • Acts as a liaison between child(ren) and family, agency personnel and other service providers as necessary and appropriate.
    • Assists the child(ren) and family with the development, implementation and monitoring of their individualized plan of care and schedules quarterly meetings to review, revise and discuss such plans.
    • Provides crisis response, which includes a rotating on call schedule amongst the ACT team members
    • Participation in daily morning team meetings and bi-weekly supervision.
    • Documentation / Paperwork - which includes progress notes, treatment plans and documentation into our Electronic Health Record.
    • Support treatment goals through service interventions such as skill development, training and education for families.
    • Utilize and focus on a strengths-based approach and work with the rest of the Youth ACT Team to support all families involved.
    • Maintain consistent, ongoing communication with the entire team.
    • Will initially be required to complete the required ACT Institute trainings as well as obtain and maintain CANS certification.
    • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in human services or related field such as Psychology, Counseling or Social Services from four-year college or university is required; a Master’s Degree is preferred.
    • At least one to two years of experience working with children and youth with significant emotional disorders, severe mental, emotional and behavioral impairments, histories of hospitalization, and families with complex, multi-system needs, in crisis, with children in a mental health setting, or related experience.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Kids Otsego Service Coordinator

    Kids Otsego

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full Time Service Coordinator position in the Kids Otsego program (click here for Program Information).

    The Kids Otsego Service Coordinator oversees all activities related to the development and implementation of individualized service plans in a preventive context and promotes the philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties.

     

    • Conducts outreach to engage clients and assist families with an understanding of agency philosophy and policies.
    • Responsible to travel within the county and meet with clients within homes and schools.
    • Links clients and their families to appropriate resources and services in a timely and coordinated manner.
    • Assists the client and family with the development, implementation and monitoring of their individualized service plan of scheduled meetings to review, revise and discuss such plans as required.
    • Schedules monthly team meetings with the family, service providers and any other individuals identified as a team member.
    • Acts as a liaison between client and family, agency personnel, DSS staff and other service providers as necessary and appropriate.
    • Provides advocacy for the development of services and resources that do not currently exist within the community but are deemed necessary.
    • Identifies and utilizes both formal and informal community supports and networks.
    • Completes all required documentation in a comprehensive and timely manner as required by DSS and KO regulations including mandatory face to face contacts.
    • Attends agency in-services, workshops and seminars as required.
    • Attends family court as necessary.
    • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in human services or mental health field from four-year college or university.
    • At least two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now