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.

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City: Los Angeles, CA
Function: Clinical Leadership

The Clinical Manager must be a LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, or PsyD with license through Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) or the California Board of Psychology (CBP), with at least two (2) years of supervisory experience.

As per contract, all staff hired MUST be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and when eligible, receive their booster shot.

Prototypes, a program of HealthRIGHT 360’s residential substance use disorder (SUD) program is a new program contracted with Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC) program for residential drug Medi-Cal (...

City: San Francisco, CA
Function: Human Resources

HealthRIGHT 360 is a rapidly growing non-profit agency located across 13 different counties in California. HealthRIGHT 360 provides an array of medical and behavioral health services to some of the most vulnerable populations, ranging from primary care, mental health services, detox, substance use disorder treatment in both residential and outpatient settings, and transitional services for the criminal justice population.

HealthRIGHT 360 is seeking a highly driven Recruiter to lead the recruiting efforts for our organization. If you’re intrinsically motivated and thrive in a fast-...

City: Oxnard, CA
Function: Case Management

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 Case Manager maintains a caseload and provides care by linking the client with appropriate services to address specific needs such as: benefits, mental health, physical health, employment, probation, DCFS, employment, housing, community resources, outpatient substance use disorder services, and aftercare. The Case Manager offers support services to clients to increase self-efficacy, self-advocacy, basic life...

City: Los Angeles, CA
Function: Case Management

As a member of the housing supportive services team, under the direct supervision of the Housing Supervisor, the Bridge Intensive Case Manager will support clients enrolled in Housing for Health Bridge Interim Housing program. This program serves individuals who have experienced long-term homelessness, history of trauma, and have long-standing health and mental health issues.

The Intensive Case Manager will help clients build daily life skills, budgeting skills, and other housing related skill sets to prepare for transition to permanent housing.

City: Pomona
Function: Clinical Leadership

Applicant must be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.  Medical/religious exemptions are not accepted for this role.

The Pomona Outpatient Drug Medi-Cal (DMC) Clinical Manager serves as the clinical lead for adult substance use disorder services in an Outpatient level of care.  The program is on a campus with a full continuum of services, including women's residential services, women's housing services, and child/adolescent/adult mental health services.  

The Clinical Manager is a masters or above level clinician fully and independently registered...

City: Pomona
Function: Clinical Leadership

Applicant must be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.  Medical/religious exemptions are not accepted for this role.

Prototypes' S Mark Taper Family Living Center is a 32-unit apartment complex that shares a campus with Prototypes residential substance abuse treatment program, serving women and women with children with substance abuse and mental health disorders. The housing program also services of 50 scattered clients living around the Pomona area.  The program provides intensive case management services to achieve permanent housing. Prototypes is a fast...

City: San Francisco, CA
Function: Human Resources

The Training Department is a small, but mighty, part of the Human Resources Department. We are passionate about professional development; responsible for supporting programs with meeting their training needs and associated documentation requirements; work to ensure a safe environment for all persons served, personnel, and other stakeholders; and are committed to providing excellent customer service throughout the process. We are collaborators and problem solvers, functioning in a fast-paced environment focused on continuous improvement in all that we do.

The Training and Safety...

City: San Francisco, CA
Function: Case Management

The Resource Center provides education, employment, housing, and economic and supportive services. HealthRIGHT 360 provides quality, accessible, targeted services to participants who face multiple barriers to reaching their education and employment goals. We combine quality in-house classes, workshops, and counseling with our strong community connections in order to create a bridge for our participants to achieve their goals.

Works with primary care provider to assist patients with their employment, education, and housing goals and provides case management and patient education...

City: San Francisco, CA
Function: Clinical Leadership

Clinical Operations Director functions as the on-site liaison between Intake services and other internal agency components as well as outside entities. Primary responsibilities include: contributing to the creation/changes of the clinical workflow in intake, chairing and creating the agenda for the team meeting, providing clinical oversite of AOD/LPHA staff, coordinating care with the medical team, including psychiatry and MAT services, at HR360 clinics. Ensures that clients meet criteria for admission at our various programs and meets medical necessity. The Clinical Operations Director...

City: San Francisco, CA
Function: Case Management

This is a union position.

The San Francisco Street Violence Intervention Program (SFSVIP) is a street outreach and crisis response program created to reduce and intervene in youth related street violence for the City and County of San Francisco. San Francisco street violence refers to any severe conflict perpetuated by rival territories and may be initiated by turfs or other street associations’ rivalry . The SFSVIP is a part of San Francisco’s Street Violence Response Team (SVRT) which brings together and organizes multiple partnerships to sustain a long-term reduction in street...

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