EZETT Youth & Family Services
Bridging the gap to build family cohesiveness


Our Staff

EZETT Youth & Family Services is equipped with Qualified Para-professionals, Qualified Mental Health Professionals, Residents in Counseling, and  Licensed Clinicians with experiences in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or other Human Services fields.  

Current Job Openings & Minimum Qualification

Intensive In-Home Counselor

The Intensive In-Home Counselor is responsible for the provision of an array of counseling and educational services within the home and community setting. Counselors are responsible for all client related documentation and reports as well as the development and implementation of treatment goals and objectives. Facilitating parent and peer support groups as needed is also expected. Counselors are required to provide their own transportation. On a monthly basis, 95.0% of the services provided are to be in the form of direct involvement with client and family members.

Minimum Requirement
A Bachelor degree in a human services field and one year of successful work experience with children / adolescents in     
the field of institutional management, social work, special education, counseling, or other allied discipline or mental health.  
Incumbent must be a Qualified Mental Health Professional with experience working with children and adolescence (QMHP-C).

Mental Health Skill-building Counselor

The MHSS Counselor is responsible for providing goal-directed training to clients with serious mental health diagnoses and challenges, and enables these clients to achieve stability and independence in a less restrictive community based environment. The Community Based Counselor provides training and skill building to clients in areas including medication management and knowledge of side effects, coping skills, safety precautions, appropriate personal and interactive behavior, activities of daily living, use of community resources, and overall monitoring of health and well-being. 

The MHSS Counselor will develop, maintain, and effectively implement client's Individualized, Service Plan (ISP); develop, implement, and review client discharge plans; produce high quality, punctual, and accurate, documentation of all casework consistent with licensure and agency policies; maintain thorough records of all services provided; attend and participate in treatment team meetings, coordinate care to ensure client's health challenges are addressed; and participate in individual supervision.

Minimum Requirement

Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP-A): A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field and at least one year clinical experience providing direct services to individuals with mental health diagnoses.

Or, Qualified Paraprofessional in Mental Health (QPPMH): An Associate’s degree and at least 1 year clinical experience providing direct services to individuals with mental health diagnoses or 90 hours of classroom training, and 1 year experience under the  direct supervision of a QMHP-A providing direct services to individuals with mental health diagnoses .

Must have reliable transportation

List of Acceptable human services degrees: 

  • Social Work
  • Psychology
  • Counseling
  • Music or Art Therapy
  • Human Services Counseling
  • Special Education
  • Behavioral Sciences
  • Cognitive Sciences
  • Family Development
  • Marriage and Family therapy
  • Sociology
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation


To be considered for employment, please select the below link, complete and submit with your resume via fax or email using the information listed in our 'CONTACT US' page.  

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Male Counselors are encouraged to apply. 
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