Intensive Care Coordinator

BAYC is seeking an Intensive Care Coordinator (ICC) to transition-age youth, including current and former foster and probation youth placed at Esser House, a residential treatment program and Level 12 group home, and Katie A subclass youth as determined by statewide eligibility criteria.

The ICC offers strengths-based, trauma-informed, and culturally affirmative and responsive clinical and case management services. The ICC partners with youth’s treatment team and natural supports in coordinating and providing services for youth, including clinical case management, facilitation of team meetings, individual rehabilitative support, and transition planning. The ICC is part of a multidisciplinary team and should have strengths in cultural humility, prioritization and time management, and building relationships and communicating across teams.

Duties and responsibilities of this position include:

  • Engage youth, family members, providers, and supports in establishing Child and Family Teams (CFTs) to address youth’s identified goals
  • Partner with youth and team in completion of comprehensive assessments and treatment planning.
  • Provide community-based mental health services, including individual rehabilitation and clinical case management to youth placed at Esser House as they stabilize, work on goals, and prepare for transition to a lower level of care.
  • Collaborate with youth in promoting the involvement of family and natural supports in planning services for each youth. Partner with youth in maintaining relationships with permanent support people and identifying opportunities to strengthen these relationships
  • Partner with youth in identifying and accessing community resources.
  • Work collaboratively with providers to support youth including housing program collaterals, Child Welfare, Attorneys, Deputy Probation Officers, Educational providers to achieve treatment and independent living goals.
  • Run groups at Esser House
  • Provide services in the community, for which travel by car is necessary.
  • Complete documentation in line with agency and Medi-Cal standards


  • Masters in Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy from an accredited university or college.
  • Registered (ACSW or MFTi) with California BBS.
  • Post-graduate experience working with adolescents, including current and/or former foster youth, preferred.
  • California Department of Justice and FBI fingerprint clearance.
  • Must have a dependable car, valid driver’s license, and proof of insurance.
  • Insurable by SHS/BAYC’s automobile policy.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Attention: Human Resources

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