Are you looking for a fulfilling career with a quality mental health agency? Tri-City Mental Health Center is dedicated to helping families in the communities of Pomona, Claremont, and La Verne. We collaborate with agencies across the Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties to help individuals of all ages reach their full potential.

TCMHC recognizes that our employees are among our most valuable resources. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits (including CalPERS 2% @62), training, and support. As a Tri-City team member, you will be encouraged to help shape your own destiny in an environment supportive of your unique talents and abilities.

Please find a listing of our available job openings below. If you are passionate about helping others and feel you would be a good fit for one of our positions we want to hear from you!

All Tri-City Mental Health Center regular, full-time employment positions are subject to a 6-month probationary period. Prior to appointment, candidates must satisfactorily complete pre-employment requirements, which may include any combination of the following:

  • Complete medical physical
  • Drug screening test
  • TB Test
  • Official driving record inquiry/ Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Education verification
  • Reference Verification

Please Note: The contents of this page do not constitute an expressed or implied contract of any kind. Any statement or provision in this announcement can be modified or revoked by Tri-City Mental Health Center without notice.

Please go towww.calopps.orgto apply for any of the positions listed below:


 

Close Date: Until Filled

Salary: $15.03 - $23.64 Hourly

The Clinical Wellness Advocate will support clients to identify strengths and skills to aid in achieving goals of recovery. They will assist clients and families in working with a treatment team while advocating and addressing the gaps in treatment from a client’s perspective. The Clinical Wellness Advocate provides peer support, information, referrals and mentoring to clients and their families receiving mental health services. They will provide additional support and outreach to new and existing clients while functioning as a role model of recovery. The Clinical Wellness Advocate should be able to share and articulate their own personal lived experience and recovery of mental illness. They may transport clients as necessary or as assigned. They will assist clients in completing forms and track client’s activities through billable or non-billable documentation.

Ideal Candidate:

REQUIRED: Must have a California Driver’s License; must be a team player, have great customer service skills, have lots of patience and flexibility.

Clinical Wellness Advocate I: Equivalent to a high school diploma and lived experience and/or substance abuse. “Lived experience” is defined as having been involved, either directly or indirectly, with mental health care services.

Clinical Wellness Advocate II: Associate’s degree and at least two years of experience as Clinical Wellness Advocate in a Mental Health community setting or five plus years working as a Peer Support/Community Worker.

Clinical Wellness Advocate III: Bachelor’s degree and at least three years of experience in a Mental Health community setting or seven plus years working as a Peer Support/Community Worker. In addition to Clinical Wellness Advocate II duties will have some leadership role to coordinate and/or oversee other Clinical Wellness Advocate staff.

PREFERRED: 5-7 years experience; knowledge of basic needs and problems of mental health clients, as well as community resources. Computer skills in Microsoft Word is a plus. Electronic Health Records and/or Welligent experience is desired. Bilingual in Spanish is preferred.

Benefits:CalPERS pension), training, and support. 10 Paid Holidays 2 Floating Holidays Paid Vacation 2 weeks sick leave Company pays 80% of Medical Insurance for individual and family Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Company paid life insurance EAP May qualify for loan forgiveness Access to 457b Paid time off for CME.

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=30970

Close Date: Until Filled

Salary: $53,708.57 - $85,933.92 Annually

This position services the Full Service Partnership program for Adults and Older Adults. The Clinical Therapist I will initiate and conduct individual, family and group counseling/psychotherapy sessions; they will provide crisis intervention to mentally ill/emotionally disabled individuals, groups and families; In addition, they will provide case management services on or off site. The Clinical Therapist I will meet with clients for regular therapeutic interviews, guide clients in understanding of their illness and contributing personal, social and economic factors. They will assist clients in developing realistic plans, as well as advice clients on community resources. The Clinical Therapist I will maintain records of all activities relating to clients’ care and must adhere to 70% billing compliancy.

Ideal Candidate:

REQUIRED: Master’s degree in Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Social Work and/or Psychology. Registration (License) by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word. Must have Welligent and/or Electronic Health Record experience. Must be Bilingual in Spanish. Must follow directives and work in a team environment.

PREFERRED: 1-3 years’ experience in the Mental Health Environment; Experience with Older Adult population, as well as able to work in a fast-paced environment is a plus.

Benefits:CalPERS pension), training, and support. 10 Paid Holidays 2 Floating Holidays Paid Vacation 2 weeks sick leave Company pays 80% of Medical Insurance for individual and family Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Company paid life insurance EAP May qualify for loan forgiveness Access to 457b Paid time off for CME.

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=30792

Close Date: Until Filled

Salary: $53,708.57 - $69,821.24 Annually

The Licensed Clinical Therapist will provide individual, family and group counseling/psychotherapy sessions for children, adolescents and their families on or off-site in the Tri-City area. They will provide case management services and conduct Department of Mental Health (DMH) assessments, as well as create treatment plans and provide crisis intervention (does not include writing or assessing for involuntary holds). The Licensed Therapist will be the liaison for services between Tri-City’s Child & Family Clinic and the local school districts. They will maintain records of all activities relating to clients’ care and must adhere to billing 70% compliancy. The Therapist will provide services in the school and office.

Ideal Candidate:

REQUIRED: Must have at least a Master’s Degree in Psychology, Marriage & Family Therapy, Social Work and/or Counseling. Must have a BBS License as MFT or MSW. Bilingual in Spanish is required. Must be able to follow directives and work in a team environment.

PREFERRED: At least 1 year experience in the Mental Health Field is desirable; Proficient in Microsoft Word and Welligent (Electronic Health Records) is a plus.

Benefits:CalPERS pension), training, and support. 10 Paid Holidays 2 Floating Holidays Paid Vacation 2 weeks sick leave Company pays 80% of Medical Insurance for individual and family Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Company paid life insurance EAP May qualify for loan forgiveness Access to 457b Paid time off for CME.

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=30793

Close Date: Until Filled

Salary: $15.03 - $19.53 Hourly

The Mental Health Worker will provide rehabilitation skills, case management and crisis intervention to mentally ill children, adolescents and their families within our outpatient program. The Mental Health Worker will meet with the child/adolescent/family in the community, home or school.

Ideal Candidate:

REQUIRED: Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent, as well as at least 1 year experience in the Mental Health field. Must have experience with Microsoft Word. Must possess a current valid Class C California Driver License, a satisfactory driving record. Must be a team player, have great patience and flexibility, as well as good customer service skills.

PREFERRED: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work/Psychology is preferred. One to two years working in the field of Mental Health, Social Services or Child Education is desired. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.

Benefits:CalPERS pension), training, and support. 10 Paid Holidays 2 Floating Holidays Paid Vacation 2 weeks sick leave Company pays 80% of Medical Insurance for individual and family Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Company paid life insurance EAP May qualify for loan forgiveness Access to 457b Paid time off for CME.

 

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=30820

Close Date: Until Filled

Salary: $153,125.03 - $258,752.57 Annually

Will be responsible for diagnosing and treatment of adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Collaborative work with multidisciplinary team in public mental health center team to provide integrated, effective, and high quality behavioral health care to residents of Pomona, Claremont, and La Verne with at least moderate to severe functional impairment due to mental illness. Provide medication monitoring and support services to adults > 18 years old with severe and persistent mental illness.

Ideal Candidate:

REQUIRED: MD/DO; Unrestricted CA medical license and DEA controlled substances registration.

PREFERRED: Two (2) years of experience, preferably in community mental health; computer skills. Knowledge of Electronic Health Record/ Welligent a plus. Bilingual in Spanish, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Korean or Khmer. A MAJOR PLUS: Prior experience working with LA County DMH documentation.

Benefits:CalPERS pension), training, and support. 10 Paid Holidays 2 Floating Holidays Paid Vacation 2 weeks sick leave Company pays 80% of Medical Insurance for individual and family Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Company paid life insurance EAP May qualify for loan forgiveness Access to 457b Paid time off for CME.

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=30743

 

 

Close Date: Until Filled

Salary: $15.03 - $23.64 Hourly (Part-Time)

The Clinical Wellness Advocate will support clients to identify strengths and skills to aid in achieving goals of recovery. They will assist clients and families in working with a treatment team while advocating and addressing the gaps in treatment from a client’s perspective. The Clinical Wellness Advocate provides peer support, information, referrals and mentoring to clients and their families receiving mental health services. They will provide additional support and outreach to new and existing clients while functioning as a role model of recovery. The Clinical Wellness Advocate should be able to share and articulate their own personal lived experience and recovery of mental illness. They may transport clients as necessary or as assigned. They will assist clients in completing forms and track client’s activities through billable or non-billable documentation.

Ideal Candidate:REQUIRED: Must have a California Driver’s License; must be a team player, have great customer service skills, have lots of patience and flexibility. Clinical Wellness Advocate I: Equivalent to a high school diploma and lived experience and/or substance abuse. “Lived experience” is defined as having been involved, either directly or indirectly, with mental health care services. Clinical Wellness Advocate II: Associate’s degree and at least two years of experience as Clinical Wellness Advocate in a Mental Health community setting or five plus years working as a Peer Support/Community Worker. Clinical Wellness Advocate III: Bachelor’s degree and at least three years of experience in a Mental Health community setting or seven plus years working as a Peer Support/Community Worker. In addition to Clinical Wellness Advocate II duties will have some leadership role to coordinate and/or oversee other Clinical Wellness Advocate staff. PREFERRED: 0-2 years experience; knowledge of basic needs and problems of mental health clients, as well as community resources. Computer skills in Microsoft Word is a plus. Electronic Health Records and/or Welligent experience is desired. Bilingual in Spanish is preferred.

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=30575

Close Date: Until Filled
Salary: $53,708.57 - $85,933.92 Annually

Marriage & Family Therapist I and/or Associate Clinical Social Worker and/or Psychologist The Therapist will initiate and conduct individual, family and group counseling/psychotherapy sessions. They will provide crisis intervention to mentally ill/emotionally disabled individuals, groups and families, as well as case management services on or off-site. The Therapist will meet with clients for regular therapeutic interviews, as well as guide clients in understanding their illness and contributing personal, social and economic factors. They will assist clients in developing realistic plans and advise clients on community resources. The Therapist will maintain records of all activities relating to clients’ care and must adhere to 70% billing compliancy. They will complete same-day bio psychosocial assessments and treatment plans in one setting. The Therapist may be required to transport client(s) in his/her own vehicle and/or a Tri City Mental Health Services’ vehicle. Experience with Teens and Young Adults preferred.


Ideal Candidate:

REQUIRED: Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work and/or Counseling; BBS Registered; Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Welligent (Electronic Health Records); Must be able to follow directives and work in a team environment. The Therapist may be required to transport client(s) in his/her own vehicle and/or a Tri City Mental Health Services’ vehicle. Therefore, a current California Driver’s License, Registration and Auto Insurance are required on date of hire. Must be bilingual in Spanish or Vietnamese.

PREFERRED: 0-3 years’ experience in the Mental Health Field; Experience with Teens and Young Adults preferred.

Benefits:CalPERS pension), training, and support. 10 Paid Holidays 2 Floating Holidays Paid Vacation 2 weeks sick leave Company pays 80% of Medical Insurance for individual and family Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Company paid life insurance EAP May qualify for loan forgiveness Access to 457b Paid time off for CME.

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=29079

Close Date: Until Filled

Salary: $20.00 - $26.00 Hourly

In collaboration with Agency's psychiatrists; the Psychiatric Technician I will provide all manner of adjunctive medication support services including injections, monitoring, non-prescription medication support; clinical case management, crisis intervention to adults and older adults and may provide services out in the field when required.

Ideal Candidate:

Required: Must have completed a Psychiatric Technician Program and hold a Psychiatric Technician license. One year experience required in mental health setting. They must have the ability to work on-call after hours and on weekends.

Preferred: Computer experience with Electronic Health Record. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Knowledge of LA County mental health procedures, documentation and the Recovery Model of mental illness a plus.

Benefits:CalPERS pension), training, and support. 10 Paid Holidays 2 Floating Holidays Paid Vacation 2 weeks sick leave Company pays 80% of Medical Insurance for individual and family Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Company paid life insurance EAP May qualify for loan forgiveness Access to 457b Paid time off for CME.

https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=29371

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