Login

News

Welcome to the news page for the Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance.  If you are not a member of the chapter, you will be able to read all news articles but will not be able to post any comments.  If you are a member of the Chapter, you can post comments on any of the news articles.  Please contact us if you have a news article, job posting, etc. you believe should be posted here.

<< First  < Prev   1   2   3   4   5   ...   Next >  Last >> 
  • 24 Jul 2017 3:42 PM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    General Statement of Duties:

    Responsible for performing professional work in the field of mental/behavioral health assessment, treatment and prevention work.  Provide crisis counseling and therapy to child victims who have experienced sexual abuse, severe physical abuse or witnessed violent crime.  Therapeutic services will also be provided to non-offending families members as needed.  The Crisis Counselor participates in pre- and post-forensic interview MDT meetings and provides advocacy and support services to clients at the Lenawee County Child Advocacy Center (LCCAC).  This work is confidential and requires training in trauma focused counseling.

    Location:

    Lenawee County (Adrian)

    Qualifications:

    • Must hold a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Professional Counseling.
    • Must be licensed in the State of Michigan.
    • Must have excellent observation and documentation skills.
    • Must pass a criminal background check.

    Classification:

    • Full Time with benefits.
    • This position reports to the CAC Director and the CAC Program Manager.

    Hours:

    • Must have flexible availability.

     If interested please respond immediately in writing with resume and cover letter to Amanda Davis Scott, LCCAC Program Manager, at adavis@catholiccharitiesjlhc.org.  No Phone Calls Please.  EOE.

     


  • 18 Jul 2017 1:19 PM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    Care House, the Macomb County Child Advocacy Center has two newly-created positions to fill as part of a new expansion into a satellite center!  Macomb County is part of the vibrant and exciting metropolitan Detroit area. Macomb County is home to over 860,000 residents, making it the 3rd most populated county in the state of Michigan...and growing!  Macomb County continues to enjoy robust increases in new people coming in to "Make Macomb Their Home" because of the inviting nature of our community, which includes Lake St. Clair (the unofficial 6th Great Lake), great shopping, highly rated schools and shopping, recreation and entertainment options galore!

    Care House is a fully accredited child advocacy center and has been providing services to child victims of sexual and physical abuse and their non-offending family members since 1996. Located in Mount Clemens, Michigan, Care House is now expanding with a satellite center to be located in the southern part of our county to better provide services where they are most needed. We are seeking qualified applicants for the following positions.

    Counselor/Family Advocate Job Description

    Crisis Counselor Job Description

    Resumes should be forwarded to doriev@mccarehouse.org no later than Friday, July 28th. No phone calls, please.


  • 30 Jun 2017 2:50 PM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    Development Coordinator


    Children’s Assessment Center of Grand Rapids, MI, is seeking a development coordinator for fundraising and donor cultivation.  Includes preparation of donor mailings, database management, report preparation, and tasks related to monthly tours and annual fundraising luncheon and donor cultivation events.  Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalency and must have minimum two years experience working in fund development, with experience in Benevon model and DonorPerfect preferred. Candidates should demonstrate ability to ability to juggle multiple projects, conduct self in professional manner, and work well with team of volunteers and staff.  Excellent written and oral communication, intercultural, and interpersonal skills required. Bilingual preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office required.  Schedule includes 32 hours per week, generally Monday-Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.  Some evenings and weekends may be required.  Seehttp://cac-kent.org/index.php/about-us/careers/ for job description.

    No phone calls please.

     

    Send resume to Rebekah McDowell (rmcdowell@cac-kent.org) or Rebekah McDowell * Children's Assessment Center * 901 Michigan St NE * Grand Rapids MI  49503.  Deadline July 27, 2017.

     


  • 20 Jun 2017 9:29 AM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    The Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center in Roscommon is seeking a full-time Family Advocate to provide support and information to children and non-offending caregivers when there have been allegations of child abuse. The Victim Advocate will assist families in accessing needed services: immediate crisis intervention, applications for Crime Victim Compensation, long term counseling at or outside of the CAC, medical care, emergency financial assistance, and other resources to resolve issues related to victimization, including reduction of barriers to those services. A Bachelor’s degree in the human service field required. If interested, apply by June 30th.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Required education: Bachelor's

    Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to Rebecca Yuncker at rebecca.yuncker@nmcac4kids.org.



  • 19 Jun 2017 12:08 PM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    The Child Abuse Council/Children’s Advocacy Center of Muskegon is seeking a Master’s Level Therapist - Social Worker or LPC to facilitate therapy in a part time capacity for children ages four to seventeen. Applicants should be willing to work from 1:00pm - 5:00pm Monday through Friday.  Experience with Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and counseling children would be beneficial. The position provides an opportunity to work in an environment with a dedicated and compassionate staff providing support to children and families.

     Responsibilities include:

    • Facilitating therapy for children who have experienced sexual or physical abuse.
    • Maintaining case notes for clients
    • Learning and utilizing computer data system NCA TRAK -updating information
    • Managing client files; opening new files; closing old files in the electronic system
    • Providing court support for children who need to testify in court
    • Supporting co-workers in a team environment
    Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to Dianne Adams at dadams@childabusecouncil.org.


  • 19 Apr 2017 9:06 AM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    ACT Raising Safe Kids Facilitator Training
    hosted by Child Advocacy of Gratiot County

    The ACT Program is a good fit for those interested in helping families provide healthy, nurturing environments for their children. ACT is a parenting program for parents and caregivers of children aged 8 and younger. It was developed and is directed by the American Psychological Association. Participants in the 2-day ACT workshop learn to conduct an evidence-based, nine-session parent training program designed to prevent child maltreatment, build parents’ positive, nonviolent parenting skills, and mobilize communities and families to protect children from violence. 

    Those interested in conducting the program's nine-week sessions for parents and caregivers in their communities need to go through the training and certification processes to become an ACT facilitator. The cost of training is $300 and includes the facilitator kit and lunch. View more information about the training here.

    Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 21st. Download the application here.

    All questions regarding this training can be sent to Morgan Rooy at morgan@linkforfamilies.org.

    More information about ACT Raising Safe Kids can be found on their website, http://www.apa.org/act/index.aspx.


  • 31 Mar 2017 11:24 AM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    The Crime Victim Services Commission has an opening for a Departmental Analyst E in the VOCA Program located in Lansing.  For details, please see below.

     

    Departmental Analyst E - VOCA Program (Lansing)

     

    Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

     

    Departmental Analyst E  $1,570 - $2,460 bi-weekly

     

    Job Description:

    The crime victim assistance program in the Crime Victim Services Commission is authorized under statute to administer federal Victims of Crime Act victim assistance grants authorized under the federal Victims of Crime Act of 1984. Responsibilities include research, collect consolidate, analyze and maintain program data necessary to meet program reporting and evaluation requirements and the goals of the agency program service. The position is responsible for analyzing on-going program operations and recommending modifications of policies and procedures to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness and conducting complex projects. In addition, this position will evaluate applications and analyze program grants and various budgetary documents to assure program and fiscal compliance by federally funded direct service contracts.

     

    Required Education

    Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major.

     

    Experience

     

    Departmental Analyst 9

    No specific type or amount is required.

     

    Departmental Analyst 10

    One year of professional experience.

     

    Departmental Analyst P11

    Two years of professional experience, including one year of experience equivalent to the intermediate (10) level in state service.

     

    Additional Requirements and Information

    This position is open to all qualified applicants however, preference may be given to current Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) employees and MDHHS employees in layoff status.

     

    This position is located at 235 S. Grand Ave, Lansing, MI.

     

    View the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/DepartmentalAnalyst_12505_7.pdf (Download PDF reader)

     

    To apply, please visit:

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan?keywords=departmental%20analyst&page=2

      

    Posting dates:  March 30, 2017 through April 6, 2017


  • 01 Feb 2017 4:23 PM | Maggie Devlin (Administrator)

    The Blue Water Area Child Advocacy Center in Port Huron, MI is hiring a part-time MDT Coordinator and a part-time Forensic Interviewer.  A resume, cover letter, and references can be emailed directly to Sara Wagar at swagar@sccstopchildabuse.org. See job descriptions attached.


    MDT Coordinator Job Description 

    Forensic Interviewer Job Description 

  • 11 Jan 2017 11:19 AM | Tom Knapp (Administrator)

    NCA has worked with the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) to have Children's Advocacy Centers added as a priority funding area under the Rural Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking Program. NCA has advised MINCA that despite the title of the solicitation, virtually all activities that could be undertaken by a rural or tribal CAC are fundable under this award. MINCA, NCA and OVW would like to see more eligible CAC programs apply for these funds. Please note that only those developing or established CACs that are serving rural or tribal areas are eligible to apply. Information on the program is below:

    The FY17 Rural Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking Program solicitation has been posted on OVW’s website and on Grant.Gov.

    The deadline for applications is February 23, 2017.

    Pre-application conference calls will be held on:

    Tuesday, January 31, 2017 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. EST

    Wednesday, February 8, 2017 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. EST

    To register for the pre-application conference calls, please contact Michelle Thomas, Rural Program Assistant, at Michelle.thomas2@usdoj.gov.

    If you have any questions about the solicitation, please feel free to contact me at 202-532-3546 or via email at Debbie.bright@usdoj.gov.  

    Please let us know if you have any questions or if we can be of any assistance.

  • 11 Jan 2017 10:57 AM | Tom Knapp (Administrator)

    Most CACs should have received notice from NCA that requests for proposals for NCA's competitive grant funding for FY16 (Calendar Year 2017) are now available for award to both individual CACs and for Chapters. This year, NCA offers two available funding streams under the following national programs:

    • Awards for the Establishment, Improvement, and Expansion of Children’s Advocacy Centers
    • Awards for Expansion Access to Children’s Advocacy Centers’ Resources and Services for Victims of Child Pornography and Human Trafficking

    The first RFP focuses on several priority efforts in alignment with NCAs strategic plan:

    • Improving the response to physical abuse cases;
    • Improving access to evidence-based mental health treatment;
    • Increasing access to services in rural and tribal communities;
    • Improving the response to youth and children with problematic sexual behaviors; and
    • Improving the quality of service provision within CACs through state Chapter support.

    The second RFP focuses on:

    • Improving CAC response to child pornography cases;
    • Provision of training on technology-facilitated child sexual exploitation/child pornography
    • Creating CAC resource tools for serving victims of child pornography

    It is important to note that the above information is about grants that NCA is offering directly to CACs and to Chapters. MINCA will apply for a Chapter grant and after approval of that grant, we will issues instructions for our sub-grant process to Michigan CACs.

    There are opportunities in the NCA RFPs for individual CACs to apply for funding directly from NCA and we encourage all of our Michigan CACs to review the RFP and apply for funding if appropriate. Please contact us if you have any questions.
<< First  < Prev   1   2   3   4   5   ...   Next >  Last >> 

Copyright Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance. All rights reserved.