Family Advocacy Clinician 1- Community Responce Advocate (Law Enforcement)
The Community Response Advocate provides advocacy and support on-scene during law enforcement responses to domestic violence/dispute calls. The advocate provides a client-driven, trauma-focused response after the preliminary law enforcement contact. Evening and occasional weekend hours are required.
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Note: Regular, reliable and consistent attendance is an essential job function. Employees are expected to perform work as scheduled. Please see the physical requirements for this position listed below.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, or related field preferred.
Licensure Requirement: Maintains reliable transportation, and both an acceptable driving record and automobile insurance, with acceptable coverage for business driving/transporting of consumers, in accordance with NCH policies
Ability to manage confidential information in community settings.
Experience: 2 years’ experience working with victims/survivors of interpersonal violence, required.