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    Scholarship Fund

    The Josie Torralba Romero (JTR) Scholarship Fund seeks to honor its namesake by providing academic scholarships to Latino students interested in pursuing a college degree in behavioral health related academic areas.

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    Josie Torralba Romero
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    Clinical Psychologist

    Monterrey County is seeking a Clinical Psychologist to provide comprehensive family mental health assessments and treatment to children and families involved in dependency proceedings.

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    Monterey
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    Clinical Supervisor

    Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County is recruiting for a Bilingual in Spanish, Licensed Psychologist for a Clinical Supervisor Position in our Behavioral Health Program.

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    Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
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    Mental Health Worker III or IV

    Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, Behavioral Health Services is seeking a Mental Health Worker III or IV in Toppenish, WA

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    Yakima
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    Mental Health Worker

    The Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic (YVFWC) is seeking a Mental Health Worker to provide mental health as determined in the treatment or care plan of the client.

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    Yakima
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    Director of Behavioral Health

    The Director administers the County’s mental health and substance abuse treatment programs. This position has leadership and oversight to the entire spectrum of various services focused on all behavioral health systems of care.

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    Monterey
  • Academic Programs Available

    The Department of Child & Family Studies at the University of South Florida is responding to the growing demand for undergraduate and graduate students to fill positions in mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice, developmental disabilities, and child welfare agencies, as well as consultants in schools and early education and care programs.

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Our Programs

  • CDEP offers an important and exciting opportunity to advance the current body of knowledge on community-based practices “that work” for Latino populations.



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  • The purpose of the MHiT is to support mental health providers working within communities where Spanish speaking or Limited English Proficient (LEP) clients often do not receive adequate care due to a lack of bilingual/bicultural staff.

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  • The Tenemos Voz National Latino Consumer Network takes action aimed at influencing national behavioral health care policy, eliminating disparities in access to services, and improving the quality of services and treatment outcomes for Latino populations.
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  • Ventanillas de Bienestar is a webinar training initiative of NLBHA developed to help community based organizations learn about effective outreach and enrollment strategies of uninsured Latino populations.

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Impact of Social Media in Health Care Webinar

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014
12:00 pm MST (11am PT; 12pm Arizona; 1pm MST; 1pm CST; 2pm EST)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how patients and consumers are suing social media as it relates to their health care.
  2. Understand how health care providers and organizations including hospitals, are using social media.

About the Presenter:

Yvonne Price develops and manages digital communications strategies to help health and science organizations maximize outreach and engagement with their target audiences. She completed her BS in journalism in California, where she produced multimedia communications for health organizations before going on to complete her MA in science and health communications at the University of Florida. She has worked with a number of national organizations, including the United States Antarctic Program. Yvonne joined the team at the Arizona Telemedicine Program in 2013, where she currently manages digital communications and social media.

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