Employment Opportunities

At HealthRIGHT 360, we value diversity and we’re dedicated to creating an environment that embraces diverse experiences, ideas, backgrounds and perspectives. HealthRIGHT 360 is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

City: Pomona, CA
Function: Clinical Leadership

The Associate Medical Director (Psychiatrist), under the direction of the Medical Director, will provide leadership and direction to the Southern California Prototypes' programs.  The Associate Medical Director will oversee medical services for behavioral health programs throughout Los Angeles County, serving vulnerable men, women, and children, across the lifespan dealing with mental health and substance use disorders.  

The Associate Medical Director (Psychiatrist), under the direction of the Medical Director, is primarily responsible for the oversight and delivery of care.  This...

City: San Francisco
Function: Substance Use Disorder

The Care Coordinator is responsible for providing substance abuse prevention and early intervention services to a diverse client population. The Care Coordinator will provide community based outreach services, pre-treatment case management services including individual counseling sessions. The Care Coordinator will also provide client referrals to primary care, substance use and co-occurring treatment programs based on screening and assessments. The Care Coordinator works directly with clients under the general supervision of the Program Manager.

City: Escondido, CA
Function: Mental Health

The Re-entry and Recovery Housing (RRH) is a program of HealthRight360 and serves 25 male participants. These participants are from the Criminal Justice and Substance Use Disorder population, having completed residential treatment or coming directly from incarceration. The participants work to transition from residential treatment and incarceration to being fully productive members of the society. Participants search for employment, attend required meetings and work to reintegrate with their families. The employment hours are 10:00PM to 6:30AM Friday and Saturday night and On-Call as...

City: Escondido, CA
Function: Administrative Support

North County Serenity House, A Program of HealthRIGHT 360 was founded in 1966 to provide substance use disorder services in the community.  North County Serenity House provides a gender-responsive and trauma-informed environment, using evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role that trauma frequently plays in substance use and criminal histories of women. For clients with co-occurring mental illness, we provide integrated substance use and mental health services which treat both conditions as primary. Our residential facility serves up to 120 women (with...

City: South San Francisco, CA
Function: Case Management

Asian American Recovery Services of San Mateo, a Program of HealthRIGHT360 has been providing culturally responsive services since 1985 and continues to do so today.  The PIVOT Program will work specifically with Pacific Islander youth in the San Francisco and North San Mateo cites to prevent Criminal Justice contact and or involvement through the TOA Workshops, Case Management and other activities.  You will work along side dedicated community workers and members who are invested in the Pacific Islander community.  The work is challenging but with great team work, partnership and...

City: Ventura, CA
Function: Substance Use Disorder

Prototypes Women's Center-Oxnard provides detoxification and residential substance abuse treatment to women. Our program is unique in that women can bring their children in.

The Nurse Manager supervises and manages nursing staff to ensure provision of quality client care and effective team performance to meet agency goals in accordance with HealthRIGHT 360’s philosophy, goals, policies, mission and vision.  The Nursing Manager provides clinical and general support to the Site Nurse Supervisors including oversight of client care staff scheduling, outside agency relations, and other...

City: Los Angeles, CA
Function: Mental Health

The Alternatives to Incarceration program is part of the Los Angeles County-wide pilot initiative to re-imagine incarceration, the program aims to divert individuals detained for misdemeanors and non-serious/non-violent felonies to community support services in lieu of the filing of criminal charges. We are developing an alternative system that attempts to address some of the conditions that lead to incarceration such as homelessness, mental health, addiction, lack of employment, and opportunities. We hope to build a sustainable network of providers in collaboration with law enforcement...

City: Pomona, CA
Function: Mental Health

The Alternatives to Incarceration program is part of the Los Angeles County-wide pilot initiative to re-imagine incarceration, the program aims to divert individuals detained for misdemeanors and non-serious/non-violent felonies to community support services in lieu of the filing of criminal charges. We are developing an alternative system that attempts to address some of the conditions that lead to incarceration such as homelessness, mental health, addiction, lack of employment, and opportunities. We hope to build a sustainable network of providers in collaboration with law enforcement...

City: Pomona, CA
Function: Mental Health

The Alternatives to Incarceration program is part of the Los Angeles County-wide pilot initiative to re-imagine incarceration, the program aims to divert individuals detained for misdemeanors and non-serious/non-violent felonies to community support services in lieu of the filing of criminal charges. We are developing an alternative system that attempts to address some of the conditions that lead to incarceration such as homelessness, mental health, addiction, lack of employment, and opportunities. We hope to build a sustainable network of providers in collaboration with law enforcement...

City: Pomona, CA
Function: Substance Use Disorder

The Youth Substance Use Prevention is a school-based and community-based program that aims to prevent the use of alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, meth, Rx, and other drugs in youth.  We achieve our goals through life skills education in the classroom, groups for youth involved with substances, mentoring through our youth council, engaging youth in community campaigns, and advocacy on policies that impact the lives of youth. We work with youth ages 13 through 18 and their parents, along with dedicated adults in the Pomona community.

Are you passionate about helping youth? If so, we are...

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