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House Manager

Our mission is to provide services for young adults 18-21 who are homeless. Our goals are to provide them with safe housing; to stabilize employment, build skills, to connect them with ongoing resources and support within the community; to help them become self-sufficient so that they can start their lives and break the cycle of homelessness and dependency.

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Mental Health Therapist for School-Based Family Program

Utah International Charter School is a small, very diverse secondary school in its seventh year of operation in South Salt Lake City. Our mission is to give English learners full access to a rigorous secondary curriculum by providing content-based, sheltered English instruction in every class, and to empower refugees, immigrants and American-born students with collaboration skills, critical-thinking skills, and diverse global perspectives.

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Clinical Therapist (Child/Youth Specialist)

Under the supervision of the Red Mesa Program Director, provide culturally competent and trauma-informed mental health, domestic violence, and substance abuse counseling services, primarily (though not exclusively) to American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth up to age 24, and their families, whenever possible.

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Emotional Needs Unit Teacher

The Emotional Disturbed (ED) unit is a self contained classroom operating within Riverview Elementary, serving students between 3rd and 6th grade.

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Youth Advocate

At Volunteers of America, Utah’s Youth Resource Center, interact with youth to create a safe, nurturing environment that will offer stability, encourage self-sufficiency, and independence.

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Last Updated: 5/28/19