At #Aspire we are looking for people like you!
When you join Aspire, you become a respected member of our team with great benefits:
- Sign-on bonus for selected positions.
- Multiple openings for day, evening & weekends schedules.
- Comprehensive health and dental insurance.
- Vacation, sick, personal time & holidays.
- Free clinical trainings that count toward CEUs for selected positions.
Family Partner, Crisis Team
Education level: High school diploma required – must have driver’s license
The Family Partner provides counseling and support to parents/guardians with a child who is currently receiving mental health services. Drawing on common experiences as a parent/guardian of a child who is currently or formerly receiving mental health services, the Family Partners use their expertise to assist a client’s family in navigating services and treatments to improve the physical and mental well-being of the child.
Education level: BA/BS in Psychology or related field preferred – must have driver’s license
In this program, adults with mental illness share a home in the community. Our residential staff supports them to reach their goals by teaching them daily living skills to move them toward independence, assist in management of their psychiatric symptoms, ensure their physical health, and improve their quality of life!
Registered Nurse Manager
Education level: Bachelor’s degree required
The Aspire Health Alliance Community Crisis Stabilization (CCS) program provides staff-secure, safe, and structured 24/7 crisis stabilization and treatment services in a community-based program that serves as a medically necessary, less restrictive, and voluntary alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. The unit has 8 private rooms and offers a comfortable, supportive setting. The Nurse Manager, a registered nurse, has overall 24/7 responsibility for the CCS, accountability to Nurse Director, CBHC and is responsible for supervising all LPN’s and MHW’s on the unit. Monday through Friday, 7am-3pm
Adult Community Clinical Services (ACCS) Clinician
Education level: Master’s degree
Our ACCS Clinicians gain comprehensive clinical experience working under experienced, independently licensed clinicians. These clinicians work with their supervisors and colleagues to develop clinical assessments, risk/safety planning, and treatment planning for clients in our ACCS program.
Education level: Master’s degree
Our special team of crisis clinicians provide psychiatric emergency services to children and families who are at serious risk of harming themselves or others. The crisis intervention team evaluates and stabilizes the crisis and makes referrals to the most appropriate level of care. Work is fast paced, but clinicians receive clinical supervision for each client seen from an experienced independently licensed supervisor.
There is No Health Without Mental Health
With outpatient clinics in Braintree, Marshfield, Plymouth, and Quincy, we also provide child and family services in the home, school, childcare center, group residence and other community settings. We also offer day treatment, intensive wrap-around services, residential services, and services focused on increasing independence for our adult and adolescent clients.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Our benefits +
Sign-on bonus for selected positions
Vacation, sick, personal time & holidays
Health and Dental insurance
We are proud to be a State Designated Community Behavioral Health Center working to improve and expand access to routine, urgent, and crisis treatment for the residents of the Commonwealth struggling with mental health conditions and substance use disorders.