Monday, April 23, 2012

Masada Homes Postings

Number of positions are available at Masada Homes.

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Long Beach Veteran's Forum

City of Long Beach
Department of Health & Human Services
Working in Partnership to Serve our Veterans
presents the:


May 11, 2012
9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Alpert Jewish Community Center
3801 E. Willow Street
Long Beach, CA 90815

Featured Presenters:
Dr. Miatta Snetter , Life’s Within Psychological Services, Inc
Preparing for Our Returning Veterans
Dr. Carl McKnight, LAC - Department of Mental Health
Prevention & Early Intervention Programs for Veterans
Opening Remarks by: Ms Bonnie Lowenthal
California Assemblymember, 54th District

Sponsors of this forum include County of Los Angeles Supervisor, Don Knabe, 4th District,
California Assemblymember, Bonnie Lowenthal, 54th District, Jewish Family and Children
Services of Long Beach, Alpert Jewish Community Center, Los Angeles County Department of
Mental Health, Retired Senior Volunteer Programs, and the Long Beach Department of Health &
Human Services, Homeless Services Veterans Initiative Program.

This forum is free. For more information and reservations please contact Patti
LaPlace, Homeless Services Mental Health Coordinator, at (562) 216-1966, or by
email at Space is limited, so please reserve your
spot no later than April 30, 2011. CEUs will be available. There will be a $30.00
processing fee for CEUs. For CEU registration, contact Chris Palzer at (562) 426-
7601 or No CEU registration will be available on site. You
must sign up in advance for CEU credit no later than April 30th. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Internship Available

DAZ Foundation offers court-ordered classes in anger management, parenting, domestic violence, batterer's intervention, co-parenting, high conflict parenting, shoplifting and substance abuse.  We are located in West LA and Torrance. We are looking for Associate Social Workers, or MFT Interns, registered with BBSE, to learn Evidence Based Practices, and facilitate court-ordered classes. Individual, couples and family therapy opportunities also available.  Weekly group supervision with LCSW provided. 

Small stipend available. For more information, call: 323 447 8372. Send resume to Ellen

CPAF Postings and Announcements

Administrative Manager
Family Advocate for Transitional Program

Upcoming Volunteer Training:

Monday, April 2, 2012


LCSWs, MSWs and new MSW Graduates Welcomed!!!

Independent Contractors/Volunteers are needed to provide psycho-social assessments and medical social services to adult and /or geriatric population and homebound individuals;
Identify the needs of each client and develop an individualized treatment plan based on assessment findings;
Provide ongoing psychotherapy/counseling and support for homebound clients via individual hourly sessions and referrals for community resources as needed.
Serve as a liaison with the client’s family and community resources as needed;
Act as a liaison with these agencies to coordinate service delivery to meet the needs of the client;
Attend mandatory case management meetings;
Volunteers will attend weekly clinical supervision to accrue hours for LCSW licensure.


1. MSW/LCSW. Bi-lingual in any of the following languages is a strong plus but not required: Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Farsi, Russian, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Chinese, Armenian, etc.

2. Understanding and knowledge of psycho-social assessments and medical social work through employment experience or internship.

3. Familiar with Microsoft Office and have basic computer literacy; have a laptop

Those who are interested, please email your resume to