Wellmore Behavioral Health

Wellmore, Inc. is one of the largest behavioral health and substance use providers in western Connecticut, serving 43 towns in northwestern Connecticut.

As a private, non-profit company, Wellmore operates with nearly 260 employees, 9 sites, and serves approximately 10,000+ clients annually.

Wellmore offers client-centered interventions that are developmentally appropriate, evidence-based, solution-focused, and trauma-informed. 

Covid-19 Safety Precautions

  • Covid vaccination is mandated for all employees, interns
  • Remote interview process
  • Personal protective equipment provided or required (masks, hand sanitizer provided to all employees and interns)
  • Social distancing guidelines in place
  • Virtual meetings
  • Daily professional cleaning procedures in place
  • Wellmore Covid Captains stationed in each location helping to coordinate the distribution of masks, hand sanitizer & disinfectants to staff.

Wellmore offers a comprehensive array of benefits:

  • Medical, Dental & Vision
  • 3 Weeks Vacation, 5 Sick Days (accrued annually)
  • 9 Paid Holidays
  • Company Paid Life Insurance, Short Term & Long Term Disability
  • 401K Plan
  • Discount Tuition
  • In-House Clinical Supervision
  • Online Learning Management System
  • Advancement Opportunities

www.wellmore.org

Full time
 
Wellmore Behavioral Health Office location is Waterbury, CT
Overview: The Therapist/Clinician utilizes an intensive home-based treatment approach for families with children ages 6-17 involved with the CT Department of Children and Families protective services due to neglect and physical abuse concerns where there is also a concern about the impact of parental substance abuse on the family. A central part of the model is empirically supported treatment focused on monitoring and treating parental substance abuse. The Therapist/Clinican provides multiple sessions per week with the family, 24-hour crisis support, extensive safety planning and monitoring, and case management services. The team works collaboratively with DCF, the courts, and other formal systems, building on the strengths of family members and increases the family’s connection to a variety of supports in the natural family environment. The Therapist/Clinician provides crisis intervention, counseling, skill-building, concrete services, and advocacy. Requirements &...