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Social Service
Behavioral Management Specialist, Night Youth Care Specialist, Assistant Program Supervisor
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The Village Network | Wooster, OH
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Job Description

The Village Network

Seeking to immediately fill the following positions for Wooster Therapeutic Stabilization Center:

  • Behavioral Management Specialist
  • Night Youth Care Specialist
  • Assistant Program Supervisor
  • Clinical Therapist

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About The Village Network

Since 1946, The Village Network has specialized in the treatment and care of troubled youth. Integrated programs include residential treatment, day treatment, treatment foster care and alternative school programs throughout 11 Ohio locations. At The Village Network, the needs of each child are individually assessed and dynamic treatment plans are designed to transition youth to permanent environments. Whether the solution is residential care, placement with a foster or adoptive family, or the ability to remain at home, our treatment programs are individualized to meet the needs of youth with emotional and behavioral challenges resulting from physical, emotional or sexual abuse. The Village Network is an experienced treatment provider for post-traumatic stress, oppositional defiant disorder, bipolar, reactive attachment, ADHD, sexually reactive behavior, juvenile sexual offenders, depression, and conduct disorder, among others. Youth diagnosed with these conditions may exhibit aggressive behavior, suffer from addictions, reject adult authority, have limited peer and social skills, and exhibit behavior that can cause self-harm. Transforming the lives of youth in an environment safe for both the children and the community is a partnership. Without the support of the family, referring agencies and partners within the community, it would not be possible to "create positive change for responsible living."