The Children's Advocacy Center for Osceola County, Inc. serves our most vulnerable children: victims of child abuse and neglect. In 2011, there were over 4,000 reports of alleged child abuse involving Osceola County children. In the aftermath of victimization, children and their non-offending family members are in need of a compassionate response aimed at helping them recover emotionally and physically. The CAC has been this compassionate response since 2003, and has helped many children go on to live healthy, happy and productive lives.
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The Children's Advocacy Center for Osceola County, Inc., is seeking a candidate for our Medical Neglect Child Advocate position. The CAC Medical Neglect Advocate assists families in meeting the needs of their medically involved children when child welfare is involved. Focus on ensuring the coordination of services, medical treatment and communication between all providers. Support, train and assist Case Managers in assessment and interventions to ensure medical needs are met. Focus on family engagement and overcoming barriers to care.
This full time position will report directly to the Executive Director and will work with other CAC staff members. Position will require local travel for meetings and home visits. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and writing skills are required. Degree in social work, nursing or related field required. Bilingual a plus. Candidate must be able to pass a Level II background screening. Qualified candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to Joy Chuba, Executive Director, email@example.com EOE. Drug-free workplace.
The Children's Advocacy Center for Osceola County, Inc., mission statement is to reduce trauma and promote healing for child abuse victims and their families by facilitating a coordinated multi-agency response in a safe and child –friendly setting and to prevent future child abuse through community education.
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Did You Know that Child Sexual Abuse is:
- 1.4 times more common than children with disabilities
- 1.9 times more common than Mental Retardation
- 3.0 times more common than Autism
- 7.5 times more common than Childhood cancer