76 Carlon Drive
NORTHAMPTON, MA 01060
Safe Passage is dedicated to creating a world free of domestic violence and relationship abuse.
We support survivors and their families.
We engage our community.
We advocate for systemic change.
Safe Passage provides individualized support to address survivors’ holistic needs for safety and healing in the aftermath of domestic violence and relationship abuse. Programs include emergency shelter, trauma-informed counseling and support groups for survivors, families and children, community engagement and prevention, and individual and system advocacy.
|Salary Range:||Location:||$50,000+ Per Year||NORTHAMPTON, MA|
|Job Type:||Category:||Full Time||Human Services|
|Education Level:||Work Experience:|
Preference: Nice to have
|The Children’s Program Director has primary responsibility for the development,|
implementation, maintenance, and assessment of the children’s program and associated
services at Safe Passage. The Children’s Program Director establishes and maintains standards
of practice for all staff and volunteers serving child and youth survivors, provides direct services
and support to children and youth who have experienced or witnessed domestic violence, and
provides similar care and support to non-offending parents or caretakers. The Children’s
Program Director works in collaboration with other program directors to establish and maintain
consistency of practice across the agency, and with all direct service staff to provide service to
survivors of all identities. The Children’s Program Director oversees administrative aspects of
the Children’s Program and contributes to program evaluation, development of policies,
procedures, and practices, funding requests, and funding reports.
Read more at: https://safepass.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Childrens-Program-Director-November-2019-1.pdf
|Education: LCSW, LICSW, LMHC or similar licensure required. Years of Experience: Minimum of five years experience providing counseling and/or crisis|
intervention for children, youth, and families.