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St. Mary’s is one of the leading residential providers in the State and is the first agency in Rhode Island to adopt and implement the national Building Bridges Initiative. ( Our office and home based services are led by clinicians and case managers who use trauma informed approaches. Most clinicians are licensed and recognized as Qualified Practitioners- Sexual Abuse Treatment Specialists, by RI DCYF, and offer clinicians the training and supervision needed to become specialists themselves. RIDE licenses our campus Special Education School serving youth in grades K – 12.

If you have a strong desire to be a team member in a forward-thinking school, community, office or residential based program, in an employee supported environment, we invite you to apply for an open position.

Our comprehensive benefits package includes BCBSRI, Healthmate Coast to Coast, vision & dental insurance with a low employee contribution, up front funded HRA, FSA, 403b Retirement Plan, Aflac and a generous paid time off (PTO) program. Benefits vary depending on position/hours.

We were awarded the 2017 Providence Business News (PBN) Business Excellence Award for Social Services, and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce/Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Exemplary Worksite Health Award. Our commitment to employees includes an active PQI Wellness Committee, annual Wellness Fair, free yoga, meditation classes, walking club and book club.

St. Mary’s is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

Please mail, email, or fax resume and cover letter to:

St. Mary's Home for Children
Attn: Human Resources
420 Fruit Hill Ave.
North Providence, RI 02911
Fax: 401.354.7993

(Please no phone calls)


Positions Open

Outpatient Services

St. Mary’s Home for Children’s The Shepherd Program employs clinicians with expertise in sexual abuse evaluation, assessment and treatment. Services are provided in office, home and community based settings. Due to expansion in our community based programs, we have several, open clinical and case management positions, both full time and fee for service. Schedule is very flexible. For each position, experience working with children and families impacted by trauma, as well as providing home based services, is preferred. All candidates must have a valid drivers’ license. Clinical candidates must have a Master of Social Work Degree or equivalent Counseling Degree, State Licensure preferred or License eligible with plan to obtain. Case management candidates must have a Bachelor Degree in a social service or related field.

Fee for Service positions:

Clinicians and case managers are needed for our Enhanced Outpatient Services (EOS) Team. EOS provides comprehensive services to help transition a child from placement to a secure home environment, or to reduce the risk of hospitalization for children/teens/adults. This is an intense, crisis stabilization service, funded through insurance, and can provide in home support for 6-10 hours per week. Services are offered 7 days a week to meet the clinical needs of the family, and include Individual and family therapy; Case management; Behavior management; and Parenting support and education.

Full Time Salaried positions:

Clinicians are needed for our Supporting Adoptive and Foster Families Everywhere (SAFFE) Program, which is an intensive, community based program aimed at preserving foster and adoptive placements for children/teens, statewide, up to age 18, that have either disclosed sexual abuse or are exhibiting symptoms of sexual abuse, such as sexualized behaviors. The SAFFE treatment team provide therapeutic, educational and social support to the survivor, psycho-education and clinical support to the parent and works within a team model based on a multidisciplinary approach. Treatment is provided on a schedule that meets the family’s needs, for up to 6 months and includes Individual, family and group therapy; Crisis Intervention; Case Management; Parenting Support; and Sexual abuse education.

Residential Counselor - Full Time and Per Diem Opportunities

Qualifications: College Education desirable. Experience working with children/youth in a residential or similar environment required. Valid driver's license and background check required. EOE

Schedule: Various full time shifts available.


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