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Membership Spotlight: Kinship Center

About the Kinship Center:

Committed to the core belief that every child deserves a family, Kinship Center provides the full spectrum of family-centered support to strengthen the families and communities we serve. Since 1984, Kinship Center has helped build and strengthen families for thousands of children of all ages: those who can no longer remain safely with their birth parents because of abuse and neglect, those who have been abandoned, and also those who are voluntarily relinquished for adoption as infants by their birth parents. Kinship Center is headquartered in Salinas, California with facilities and services in eleven Southern California, Central Coast and Northern California counties.

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Job Opportunities:

Adoptions Social Worker:

The Adoptions Social Worker provides foster/adoption related counseling, individual counseling and support to parents, children, and prospective birth parents, family therapy, group leadership, educational group leadership, therapeutic foster home assessment and supervision, resource family/foster and adoption assessment, placement and post placement supervision. 

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Temparary Behavioral Coach:

The Behavioral Coach works with youth up to age 21 at risk of entering a higher level of care, as well as with youth transitioning into a lower level of care.  Youth served could be placed in a group home, foster care, adoptive or biological family placement. Behavioral Coaches work with the client and their families/support network to provide them with tangible skills specifically tailored to their strengths and needs to address target behaviors which put them at risk of losing their placement. 

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Crisis Stabiliztion Counselor:

The Crisis Counselor provides crisis support for youth entering the 23-hour Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU). Crisis Counselors will provide a safe and nurturing environment for youth that come into the program, and will intervene as necessary to assist the youth in stabilizing. Seneca is committed to hiring and maintaining a culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse workforce that is reflective of the local client/student community.

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