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Counselor - Family Services

Posted: July 14, 2022

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Position Type

Full-Time Employee

Salary Range

$28.00 - $30.00 per hour

Job Description

PROGRAM: CalWORKs Domestic Violence

STATUS: Full Time - Non-Exempt

REPORTS TO: Family & Community Services Director


Human Services Association requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment.


Under the supervision of the Family/Community Services Director, the Counselor will provide on-site and telehealth counseling and case management services for the CalWORKs Domestic Violence program. Telehealth services are facilitated on-site at HSA. May provide supervision of master-level interns.


• Provides on-site and telehealth counseling, information and referral, and case management services to families affected by domestic/intimate partner violence.

• Conducts comprehensive assessments for adults and families under the program and as needed in collaboration with the Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) and the Department of Public Health (DPH).

• Provides group services (domestic violence etc.) as needed per program needs, as requested.

• Provides crisis intervention as needed to clients/families.

• Conducts occasional outreach events, after hours and/or on weekends.

• Provide field instruction and supervision to MSW/MFT interns, as applicable.

• Participates in case reviews and case consultation; makes case presentations regarding clients currently on caseload.

• Adheres to child abuse reporting and legal and ethical standards.

• Coordinates & participates in peer review and quality assurance meetings as requested by Director.

• Maintains client records daily and prepares progress reports, including billing and statistical information as per program/contract requirements.

• Attends department, agency, and community meetings, as assigned.

• Receives supervision from a licensed therapist, as applicable.

• Related duties, as required.


• Knowledge of domestic violence, child abuse, substance abuse, mental health issues and other factors that contribute to violence.

• Knowledge of underserved populations and cultural consideration (e.g., LGBTQ, families of color, low socioeconomic status, immigration issues, etc.)

• Knowledge of evidenced based practices highly desirable.

• Knowledge of CalWORKs highly desirable.

• Ability to follow program and agency policies and procedures.

• Proven competency skills, as well as the ability to exercise independent and good judgment.

• Ability to work well under pressure.

• Good organizational skills.

• Able to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

• Ability to meet attendance standards and work additional hours as necessary, including evening hours.

• Maintain high level of confidentiality.

• Develop and maintain effective working relationships.

• Ability to work effectively in a team setting.

• Preferred Bilingual (English/Spanish) highly desirable.

• Computer literate


• Education: Master’s degree in Social Work, Marriage Family Therapy or related field. No exceptions. Two years post graduate school highly desirable.

• Experience: Must have at least two years’ experience in working with families in provision of direct services to low-income and ethnically diverse clients in a non-profit setting; minimum two years’ experience providing services to families affected by domestic violence, substance abuse, mental health issues and other trauma.


• Licensed in Clinical Social Work (LCSW) / Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or related field by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences; active status and in good standing, highly desirable but not required.

• Domestic Violence 40-hour training highly desirable.

• Driving is required on a daily basis. Must provide own vehicle, valid California driver license and proof of full insurance coverage (name must be on insurance card).

• Negative tuberculosis screen (required).

• Must pass a criminal background check.


• The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to

successfully perform the essential functions of this job or that an employee encounters while performing

the essential function of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• The work location is at the main building in Bell Gardens, Ca, and, Monrovia, Ca. Some travel is required throughout the region; the locations have moderate noise levels and are considered a non-smoking environment.

• The majority of the job duties are performed on-site; employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

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Human Services Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to complying with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities. In addition, we complete criminal background checks via Live Scan method (fingerprinting) on all new hire employees.

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Human Services Association (HSA) is a private nonprofit agency whose principal mission is to provide families with compassionate and comprehensive care to promote wellness and build strong communities.

HSA Headquarters
Address: 6800 Florence Ave. Bell Gardens, CA 90201
Tel: (562) 806-5400
Fax: (562) 806-5394
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