Youth Villages is a private nonprofit organization that works with children and young adults across the United States who face a wide range of emotional, mental and behavioral problems. Our mission is to help children and families live successfully.  We find solutions using proven treatment models that strengthen the child’s family unit and support systems.  This drives their long-term success. Youth Villages supported more than 25,000 children, teens and young adults this year alone!

Full time
Youth Villages Jackson, TN, USA
Position Overview: Carry a caseload of 4 to 6 families Meet with families  at home or in the community 3 times per week Treatment sessions may be individual or family/marital depending on circumstance Commute 60 to 80 miles depending on family location Develop and implement treatment plans based on familial goals  Complete documentation and paperwork on a weekly basis Participate in team meetings 3 times per week to help enhance clinical skills  Develop strong community relationships Provide after hours on-call support to youth and families (24 hrs M-F, rotating weekends)  Additional Information:  Flexible schedule (based around the availability of youth and families) Qualifications:   Masters degree in a social services field (preferred) Bachelors degree in a social services field (required) Working with at-risk youth in a paid position or volunteer/internship capacity (required) Valid driver’s license, a vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance (required) Experience in a clinical setting (preferred) *Acceptable experience must be centered around at-risk youth (ie. youth with one or more of the following behaviors: truancy, alcohol/substance abuse, verbal/physical aggression, runaway, antisocial tendencies, etc.)
Dec 04, 2018
Full time
Youth Villages Johnson City, TN, USA
Position Overview: Carry a caseload of 4 to 6 families Meet with families  at home or in the community 3 times per week Treatment sessions may be individual or family/marital depending on circumstance Commute 60 to 80 miles depending on family location Develop and implement treatment plans based on familial goals  Complete documentation and paperwork on a weekly basis Participate in team meetings 3 times per week to help enhance clinical skills  Develop strong community relationships Provide after hours on-call support to youth and families (24 hrs M-F, rotating weekends)  Additional Information:  Flexible schedule (based around the availability of youth and families) Qualifications:   Masters degree in a social services field (preferred) Bachelors degree in a social services field (required) Working with at-risk youth in a paid position or volunteer/internship capacity (required) Valid driver’s license, a vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance (required) Experience in a clinical setting (preferred) *Acceptable experience must be centered around at-risk youth (ie. youth with one or more of the following behaviors: truancy, alcohol/substance abuse, verbal/physical aggression, runaway, antisocial tendencies, etc.)
Dec 04, 2018
Full time
Youth Villages Johnson City, TN, USA
Position Overview: Carry a caseload of 4 to 5 emerging adults Meet with client  at home or in the community 3 times per week Treatment sessions may be individual or family/marital depending on circumstance Commute 60 to 80 miles depending on family location Develop and implement treatment plans based on personal and/or familial goals  Complete documentation and paperwork on a weekly basis Participate in team meetings 3 times per week to help enhance clinical skills  Develop strong community relationships Provide after hours on-call support to youth and families (24 hrs M-F, rotating weekends)  Additional Information:  Flexible schedule (based around the availability of youth and families) Qualifications:   Masters degree in a social services field (preferred) Bachelors degree in a social services field (required) Working with at-risk youth in a paid position or volunteer/internship capacity (required) Valid driver’s license, a vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance (required) Experience in a clinical setting (preferred)
Dec 04, 2018
Full time
Youth Villages Statesville, NC, USA
Position Overview: Carry a caseload of 4 to 6 families Meet with families  at home or in the community 3 times per week Treatment sessions may be individual or family/marital depending on circumstance Commute 60 to 80 miles depending on family location Develop and implement treatment plans based on familial goals  Complete documentation and paperwork on a weekly basis Participate in team meetings 3 times per week to help enhance clinical skills  Develop strong community relationships Provide after hours on-call support to youth and families (24 hrs M-F, rotating weekends)  Additional Information:  Flexible schedule (based around the availability of youth and families) Qualifications:   Masters degree in a social services field (preferred) Bachelors degree in a social services field (required) Working with at-risk youth in a paid position or volunteer/internship capacity (required) Valid driver’s license, a vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance (required) Experience in a clinical setting (preferred) North Carolina's Qualified Professional Guidelines: Masters degree   in a social services field with   one year   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Bachelors degree   in a social services field with   two years   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Licensed applicants   must hold a one of the following licenses in the state of North Carolina: LPCA, LMFTA, LCSWA, LPA or LCSASA *Acceptable experience must be centered around at-risk youth (ie. youth with one or more of the following behaviors: truancy, alcohol/substance abuse, verbal/physical aggression, runaway, antisocial tendencies, etc.)
Dec 04, 2018
Full time
Youth Villages Charlotte, NC, USA
Position Overview: Carry a caseload of 4 to 6 families Meet with families  at home or in the community 3 times per week Treatment sessions may be individual or family/marital depending on circumstance Commute 60 to 80 miles depending on family location Develop and implement treatment plans based on familial goals  Complete documentation and paperwork on a weekly basis Participate in team meetings 3 times per week to help enhance clinical skills  Develop strong community relationships Provide after hours on-call support to youth and families (24 hrs M-F, rotating weekends)  Additional Information:  Flexible schedule (based around the availability of youth and families) Qualifications:   Masters degree in a social services field (preferred) Bachelors degree in a social services field (required) Working with at-risk youth in a paid position or volunteer/internship capacity (required) Valid driver’s license, a vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance (required) Experience in a clinical setting (preferred) North Carolina's Qualified Professional Guidelines: Masters degree   in a social services field with   one year   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Bachelors degree   in a social services field with   two years   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Licensed applicants   must hold a one of the following licenses in the state of North Carolina: LPCA, LMFTA, LCSWA, LPA or LCSASA *Acceptable experience must be centered around at-risk youth (ie. youth with one or more of the following behaviors: truancy, alcohol/substance abuse, verbal/physical aggression, runaway, antisocial tendencies, etc.)
Dec 04, 2018
Full time
Youth Villages Boone, NC, USA
Position Overview: Carry a caseload of 4 to 6 families Meet with families  at home or in the community 3 times per week Treatment sessions may be individual or family/marital depending on circumstance Commute 60 to 80 miles depending on family location Develop and implement treatment plans based on familial goals  Complete documentation and paperwork on a weekly basis Participate in team meetings 3 times per week to help enhance clinical skills  Develop strong community relationships Provide after hours on-call support to youth and families (24 hrs M-F, rotating weekends)  Additional Information:  Flexible schedule (based around the availability of youth and families) Qualifications:   Masters degree in a social services field (preferred) Bachelors degree in a social services field (required) Working with at-risk youth in a paid position or volunteer/internship capacity (required) Valid driver’s license, a vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance (required) Experience in a clinical setting (preferred) North Carolina's Qualified Professional Guidelines: Masters degree   in a social services field with   one year   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Bachelors degree   in a social services field with   two years   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Licensed applicants   must hold a one of the following licenses in the state of North Carolina: LPCA, LMFTA, LCSWA, LPA or LCSASA *Acceptable experience must be centered around at-risk youth (ie. youth with one or more of the following behaviors: truancy, alcohol/substance abuse, verbal/physical aggression, runaway, antisocial tendencies, etc.)
Dec 04, 2018
Full time
Youth Villages Asheville, NC, USA
Position Overview: Carry a caseload of 4 to 6 families Meet with families  at home or in the community 3 times per week Treatment sessions may be individual or family/marital depending on circumstance Commute 60 to 80 miles depending on family location Develop and implement treatment plans based on familial goals  Complete documentation and paperwork on a weekly basis Participate in team meetings 3 times per week to help enhance clinical skills  Develop strong community relationships Provide afterhours on-call support to youth and families (24 hrs M-F, rotating weekends)  Additional Information:  Flexible schedule (based around the availability of youth and families) Qualifications:   Masters degree in a social services field (preferred) Bachelors degree in a social services field (required) Working with at-risk youth in a paid position or volunteer/internship capacity (required) Valid driver’s license, a vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance (required) Experience in a clinical setting (preferred) North Carolina's Qualified Professional Guidelines: Masters degree   in a social services field with   one year   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Bachelors degree   in a social services field with   two years   of full-time (post-graduation) experience with at-risk youth Licensed applicants   must hold a one of the following licenses in the state of North Carolina: LPCA, LMFTA, LCSWA, LPA or LCSASA *Acceptable experience must be centered around at-risk youth (ie. youth with one or more of the following behaviors: truancy, alcohol/substance abuse, verbal/physical aggression, runaway, antisocial tendencies, etc.)
Dec 04, 2018