The Juvenile Justice Assessment Team (JJAT) seeks to increase behavioral health screening and assessments for youth ages 12 to 20 that enter the juvenile justice system. JJAT aims to divert youth with behavioral needs and diagnoses from further involvement into the juvenile justice system and decrease any incidences or severity of chemical dependency, mental health, and/or emotional disorders in young people.
The Treatment Family Liaison is a position within JJAT that provides peer support to family members of youth referred from the court for JJAT services. The Treatment Family Liaison is responsible for coordinating parent support activities and resources and providing individual support to family members that supports engagement in JJAT services. The Treatment Family Liaison will support the families of court-involved youth to be active members in their child’s care to maximize progress toward plan goals and objectives.
Employment opportunities are, and shall be open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their experience, aptitudes and abilities. It is the policy of Seneca Family of Agencies to grant equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, national origin, marital status, disability, Vietnam Era Veteran status, age, religion, political affiliation, gender or sexual orientation. Seneca is committed to providing a fair, equitable, and inclusive work environment. We welcome candidates that will promote and value diversity and exercise teamwork and collaboration.