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: Pasadena
Function: Mental Health

Are you passionate about helping children and families achieve family wellness? Do you have special training in the area of 0-5, Infant Mental Health, Dyadic Treatment? Do you have experience working with this population and understand the challenges that families face? Prototypes, a program of Healthright 360, is currently looking for a Children's Senior Clinician. The ideal candidate has experience working as a part of a collaborative team within a DMH setting and possesses excellent time management and documentation skills. Additionally, this candidate will be knowledgeable about...

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: Pasadena, CA
Function: Mental Health

Prevention & Aftercare is a comprehensive child maltreatment prevention and aftercare program in the San Gabriel Valley. Through collaboration with DFCS, SPIRITT Family Services, community partners, and stakeholders. We provide strength-based approach to surrounding families in supportive services that prevent involvement in the child protective services system or helping those with an open case, obtain family reunification.

The Case Manager provides 3 levels of prevention services to comprehensively meet with needs of vulnerable families. Primary Prevention services include...

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: 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: Tustin, CA
Function: Mental Health

Prototypes, at the beautiful Tustin Family Campus, is an 18 month residential treatment program serving 15 mothers with up to 32 children. All residents have open Child and Family Service Cases in the County of Orange. These mothers are working to reunify with their children while at the same time addressing their histories with addiction and mental health. Our treatment team works closely with Orange County Social Services, Orange County Mental Health and Family Court to ensure successful case plan completion and reunification. Clients receive substance abuse counseling and education,...

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...

Pages