Director of Mental Health and Violence Prevention
Catholic Charities East Bay seeks a clinical leader to develop and lead program services to ensure the community has high-quality resources to meet their needs. The Director of MHVP has primary responsibility for developing and leading program services and maintaining program excellence within the MHVP Division, including ensuring compliance with best practices, industry standards, and requirements. The role oversees current agency programs that encompass clinical case management services for victims of violent crime and traumatized youth and families using evidence-based, trauma-informed treatment models; school-based restorative practice capacity-building services; and family preservation case management services. The Director will also lead the development of new programs within the division including overseeing fund, budget, outcome, and activity development and implementation.
Catholic Charities East Bay (CCEB) helps people remain housed, supports students and families in crisis, and obtain immigration legal services to people of all cultures, ethnicities, backgrounds, and faiths overcome the barriers to well-being. Since 1935, CCEB has strengthened communities through parish, community, and neighborhood development, and in 2021, it served more than 22,000 residents of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties at locations in Oakland, Richmond, and Concord. The Director works onsite three days a week in either Oakland or Richmond and telecommutes two days a week.
For additional information or to apply, please contact Lisa Grossman or Steve Oppenheim at info[at]moppenheim[dot]com.