Exciting opportunity for a Family Partner to join our adolescent Life Skills Center programs in Milford and Needham!
The Life Skills Center offers therapeutic groups and activities designed to accommodate adolescents with significant mental health challenges who are experiencing disruptions in their home, school, or community. Our goal is to help adolescents develop sustainable skills and insight to live and function safely.
In this vital role, the Family Partner works in partnership with the Program Director, Life Skills clinical team to provide education, coaching/training, and support to parents/caregivers of a youth participating in Life Skills.
The Family Partner:
Schedule: Part Time - 20 hours per week
To learn more about our amazing Life Skills Program - please watch this inspiring video! Maia's Story: Riverside Life Skills Centers
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