Full-Time Children’s Treatment Coordinator I
JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Executive Director – Children’s Justice Center and as a
licensed mental health professional, coordinates and oversees treatment services for child abuse victims and
their families and provides training for community treatment providers. Children’s Treatment Coordinator I:
this classification level is a Certified Social Worker performing work under a supervision of a Licensed Clinical
DUTIES INCLUDE: Coordinates the Children’s Justice Center Child Abuse Treatment Program; maintains
and coordinates the essential specialized, age-appropriate group treatment elements consistent with grant
requirements; maintains information and contacts for making specialized individual child abuse treatment
referrals to community providers.
Recruits, maintains, and coordinates age-appropriate treatment groups to serve child abuse victims; tracks
treatment usage and outcomes of intervention processes. Interacts with local and state-wide treatment providers
and social service agencies to facilitate collaboration efforts. Assists in the development of treatment groups for
child abuse victims and non-offending parents.
Provides direct intervention services to alleged child abuse victims and non-offending family members onsite or
by telephone; assesses the mental health and needs of the child and parents and makes appropriate treatment
recommendations using information obtained during intake interviews, collateral contacts, and by reviewing
assessment results; makes treatment or social services referrals to various agencies and refers cases for criminal
investigation according to applicable laws and regulations.
Creates and submits accurate records and documents according to compliance standards and established time
requirements; prepares statistical reports to assist in monitoring program services, expenditures, and grants.
Participates in ongoing training to maintain “state of the art” knowledge and enhance therapeutic skills related to
child abuse treatment, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and child and family development, etc.