Nexus-FACTS Family Healing, an outpatient/community mental health clinic, has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Clinical Program Coordinator based in Mendota Heights and Savage, MN.
If you’re looking for a place to use your expertise to help make a positive impact on youth and their families, look no further! We offer competitive compensation and excellent benefits, along with a company culture that’s second to none!
Family, Adolescent and Children Therapy Services (Nexus-FACTS) is a dedicated group of mental health professionals and practitioners specializing in providing quality mental health services to families, children, and adolescents. Nexus-FACTS is committed to a systemic approach in working with our clients since we believe that families are the backbone of our communities. We work to improve the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families through active collaboration with parents, schools, and other community professionals.
We’re part of Nexus Family Healing, a national nonprofit mental health organization that restores hope for thousands of children and families who come to us for outpatient/community mental health services, foster care and adoption, and residential treatment. For over 45 years, our network of agencies has used innovative, personalized approaches to heal trauma, break cycles of harm, and reshape futures. We believe every child is worth it — and every family matters.
The Clinical Program Coordinator is responsible for providing program coordination over the clinical therapy services program, in the treatment of children, adults, and families as prescribed in the client’s Diagnosis Assessment and Individual Treatment Plan. This individual is responsible for providing program coordination for the preschool mental health and day treatment programs while providing curriculum coordination, program problem solving, family communication, staffing management and program feedback for improvement.
Clinical Program Coordination:
- Plans day-to-day activities within the program to meet the goals of each client in the program while implementing and supporting structures for preschool mental health, day treatment for the therapeutic milieu.
- Strategizes and conducts day treatment therapy curriculum while overseeing the daily ‘skills’ treatment.
- Oversees daily staff check-ins and check-outs, while providing ongoing daily support for areas of problem solving, challenges or areas of opportunity that may arise; escalates challenges to Clinical Supervisor as needed.
- Serves as approachable and knowledgeable point of contact for families with children enrolled in the program; provides responsive and professional verbal and written communications to families with questions.
- Provisions Case Coordination with family members, school staff, community support and other professionals as required; completes clinical documentation in compliance with program expectations.
Required Education and Licensure:
- Minimum of master’s or other graduate degree in one of the behavioral sciences, human services or related fields, from an accredited college or university.
- Must be on track to complete licensure for a specific, related discipline, or currently holds a provisional license for a specific track (e.g. LGSW, LAMFT or LPC).
- Knowledge of early childhood education or family-based philosophy and practice is required.
- Valid driver’s license required and meets the state regulating agency and Corporate driving requirements.
Preferred Education and Experience:
- Professional Licensure Preferred
- Prefer experience in related community-based work with early childhood programs, youth, and/or families
Expected Hours of Work:
Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, with the expectation to work specific schedules and hours as identified and communicated by management. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.
We provide competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits, including: four weeks paid time off in the first year of employment, multiple options for health insurance coverage, holiday pay, as well as no-cost life insurance and short/long-term disability insurance.
At Nexus Family Healing, we not only support diversity – we celebrate it and rely on it for the betterment of our employees, our services, and our impact on the community. We strive to provide the best quality care for our youth and the best work environment for our employees through an inclusive team culture. Nexus Family Healing is proud to be an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard for race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, familial status, ancestry, national origin, protected veteran, or disability status.
Our Workplace Values:
At Nexus Family Healing, our ICARE shared values (Innovation, Compassion, Agility, Responsiveness, and Excellence) are the
foundation for our actions in the workplace. They define how we behave with each other, our clients, our partners, and our communities. Every interaction we have with each other will be met with understanding, kindness, and helpful action.