The Mental Health Association of Orange County, a leader in the mental health field, hires creative professionals for programs serving adults with mental illness. MHA’s current programs include a wide range of services to improve the quality of life for Orange County residents impacted by mental illness. The agency employs over 100 unique and talented individuals and serves over 15,000 individuals each year. The Mental Health Association follows closely the psychosocial/psychiatric rehabilitation philosophy. All applicants are expected to follow this model of care. The Mental Health Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is proud to employ a diverse staff. Persons of all backgrounds and beliefs are encouraged to apply please email the Program Directors attached to each description below. Your resume will be reviewed by agency program directors. Qualified candidates will be contacted.
Regional Clinical Supervisor (RCS)
Under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the incumbent provides on-site clinical oversight, consultation, supervision, psychoeducation and operations training to the paraprofessional management team and line staff of the Wellness Center and Homeless Mentally Ill Multi-Service Center programs to ensure quality, appropriate and efficient services to the clients and enhance the clinical skills and knowledge base of the staff.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to Jeff Thrash, C.E.O., Thrash@mhaoc.org
Rehabilitation Specialist II (RS-II)
Under the direction of the Program Director, the Rehabilitation Specialist provides services to consumers in the areas of general mental health, assessment, crisis intervention, therapy, case management and Medi-cal related
Languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Farsi
To apply, send resume and cover letter to Director of Clinical Operations, Edgar Rivera, email@example.com
Under direction of the Program Director the Assistant Program Director, the Counselor is responsible for assisting in the day-to-day operation of the Multi-Service Center (MSC), with a special focus on managing a caseload of Consumers.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to Carmen Balandran, Balandran@mhaoc.org
Full-time, Part-time Non-exempt
Under the direction of the Wellness Center Program Director and Assistant Program Director, the Peer Mentor is responsible for supporting the successful implementation of a variety of Wellness Center services.
Assistant Program Director
Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Assistant Program Director’s responsibilities administrative operations of the program including management of support staff and services provided as required by the county contract.