Logo

Share with friends or Subscribe!

Careers at HELP USA

HELP USA’s vision is a country of empowered communities where everyone has a safe and stable place to call home.  We are one of the nation’s largest homeless services providers and low-income housing developers serving at-risk populations including families, veterans, and survivors of domestic violence.  Every year, we serve 25,000 people in our 54 programs and residences across five states, and we continue to grow. 

HELP USA runs homelessness prevention programs, manages emergency and transitional shelters, and builds and operates affordable permanent rental apartments. At HELP USA, we believe that creating and maintaining housing stability is the most important step towards a safer, happier, more productive life.

We hope you'll consider joining our team to help make our vision a reality!  

Filter, search, and sort our current openings below. 

EOE. A Drug Free Workplace.

 


Art Therapist

Site/Program: HELP Women's Center
Location: Brooklyn, NY

About HELP USA

HELP USA is one of the nation’s largest homeless services providers and low-income housing developers serving at-risk populations including families, veterans, and survivors of domestic violence.  With an annual operating budget in excess of $100 million, HELP USA currently serves 25,000 people annually in 54 programs and residences across five states and is continuing to grow. HELP provides 3,500 units of permanent and transitional housing as part of its 30-year commitment to families and individuals in need of safe, stable homes.

Position Overview

As Creative Arts Therapist for one of our shelter sites, you’ll be a member of an interdisciplinary team and work with all program service staff to integrate therapeutic needs with placement related goals and objectives.  You’ll use art modalities to provide group and individual therapy to facilitate insight or behavioral change and support clients’ progress towards health and housing. 

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Assessing clients, and determining goals for appropriate methods of treatment within the context of attaining mental health stability and diversion back to community when appropriate.

  • Creating and maintaining relevant group structures, milieu activities, and projects to encourage client participation in the therapeutic and housing process and to foster a sense of community and support.

  • Working closely with the interdisciplinary team to foster a therapeutic environment and participating in clients’ treatment plans, weekly case conferences, and staff meetings.

  • Completing progress notes to document the types of activities in which client participates, patterns of attendance, interpersonal behavior, response to modalities, and progress towards goals.

Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Creative Arts Therapy

  • ATR-BC and LCAT

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

  • Computer literacy, particularly with Microsoft Office applications. 

EOE. A Drug Free Workplace.

Applicant Tracking System Powered by ClearCompany HRM Applicant Tracking System