To provide counseling, advocacy, and support to child witnesses of domestic violence.
Bachelor's degree in a related field, 1-3 years of related work experience , Bilingual background preferred
Ensure that the services of the Children's Counseling Program support the Values, Vision, and Mission of A Woman's Place.
Provide individual and group counseling for child witnesses of domestic violence.
Plan and implement structured program and activities for children/youth under 18 yrs.
Provide on-going support for parent/caregiver on parenting issues and non-violent discipline through individual counseling as requested or identified as a need.
Provide on-going support with parent/caregiver in identifying each child's needs and developing a plan to address those needs.
Arrange for and supervise tutors that assist children with school work.
Compile statistical data for monthly, quarterly and year end reports.
Ensure that Community Children's Support Groups are staffed on a consistent basis.
Ensure timeliness and accuracy of data in all data collection activities.
Provide leadership in emergency situations in accordance with AWP policies and accepted medical/safety standards.
Provide supervision, mentoring and direction to student interns and volunteers.
Maintain playroom in shelter.
Assist in enrolling resident's children in local schools by scheduling registration, aiding in the completion of forms, and when possible providing or arranging transportation for the continuity of education.