AACI is dedicated to serving the wellness needs of our community utilizing a strength based, client centered, and culturally sensitive approach.
AACI is a community health organization serving the marginalized communities in Santa Clara County. Recently AACI received a new grant allowing us to start a Katie A program allowing us to expand our services to include youth in the foster care system and hire more Behavioral Health professionals!
We provide employees with:
Professional development opportunities
Access to training and clinical supervision hours
Learning management system with free CEUs
Licensed providers eligible for student loan assistance
Paid annual license fee
Experienced clinical guidance and a supportive environment
Additional pay for bilingual staff
AACI named Bay Area Top Workplaces 2019
We offer convenient freeway access, bagel Mondays, delicious coffee and excellent benefits! 403(b) retirement plan with match and AACI pays 95% of benefit premiums for full time staff and 50% of dependent benefits.
Apply now and help us strengthen the hope and resilience of our community members by improving their health, mental health and well-being! Click here to apply!
The ideal candidate has:
Master degree in psychology or related field (Required)
Licensed with the BBS or working toward licensure (ASW, AMFT or APCC)
Minimum 3-4 years’ experience of directly related experience
Knowledge of Juvenile Probation Department , Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children Services, Family Advocates, Social Security Agency, private insurance companies, Victim Witness and other involved agencies
Understanding of cultural issues, community resources and family dynamics
Fluent in Spanish or Vietnamese highly desired
Ability to possess and maintain a valid CA Driver’s License, must have suitable vehicle for agency travel and current automobile insurance.
Experience in Art Therapy or in a related role is desirable
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Founded in 1973, AACI is one of the largest community-based organizations advocating for and serving the marginalized and vulnerable ethnic communities in Santa Clara County. Our mission is to strengthen the hope and resilience of our community members by improving their health, mental health and well-being.