Join New York City’s Mental Health Workforce

Opportunities with our partners

Click on a program below to learn about the program and to see available opportunities and information on how to apply.

B-HEARD Emergency Response Teams (NYC Health+Hospitals)

NYC Health + Hospitals is hiring licensed social workers for new, interdisciplinary Emergency Response Teams. The social workers will play an integral part in the City's first-ever pilot program to dispatch teams of two Fire Department of New York City (FDNY) Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Technicians and one clinician to 911 calls for mental health emergencies.

Multiple positions are available for social workers to serve on Emergency Response Teams. See the NYC Health + Hospitals job description for more information: 

Communities Thrive Virtual ExpressCare BH (NYC Health + Hospitals)

NYC Health + Hospitals is hiring social workers for Virtual ExpressCare BH, the behavioral health component of Virtual ExpressCare. Virtual ExpressCare BH is a 24/7 service that offers a simple and easy way for NYC Health + Hospitals patients to access high-quality and affordable virtual urgent mental health and substance use care services. Reporting directly to the ExpressCare BH Clinical Supervisor or designee, the ExpressCare BH Social Worker carries out protocols identified for the mental health and substance use treatment of adult designated patients reflecting accepted standards of clinical care practice commensurate with the candidate’s training and certification.

Family Justice Center, Staten Island

The Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence partnered with NYC Health + Hospitals to add dedicated mental health teams to Family Justice Centers (FJCs).

Mental Health Service Corps

NYC Health + Hospitals is hiring licensed social workers, trainers, and supervisors for the Mental Health Service Corps (MHSC)a Mayor's Office of Community Mental Health workforce development program that aims to build a diverse generation of mental health clinicians, equipped to integrate behavioral health into a variety of settings. As part of MHSC, early-career clinicians are placed throughout the NYC Health + Hospitals system for 3 years with the goal of enhancing behavioral health delivery through existing and innovative models of care. To ensure a diverse learning experience, clinicians will have the opportunity to practice across multiple clinical settings such as primary care clinics, child/adolescent and adult outpatient clinics, and substance use clinics. Additionally, Corps Members will be trained in evidence-based practices under the supervision of licensed clinicians in order to screen, assess, and treat patients in a culturally responsive manner. Fluency in more than one language is preferred.

For more information on the program, and how to apply, visit the Mental Health Service Corps website.

Support and Connection Center, East Harlem

The East Harlem Support and Connection Center gives first responders an alternative to avoidable emergency room visits or criminal justice interventions. The center offers mental health, medical, substance use and peer support services to guests referred by first responders.

Project Renewal is hiring for the following positions at the East Harlem Support and Connection Center:

Support and Connection Center, The Bronx

The Bronx Support and Connection Center gives first responders an alternative to avoidable emergency room visits or criminal justice interventions. The center offers mental health, medical, substance use and peer support services to guests referred by first responders.

Samaritan Daytop Village is hiring for the following positions at the Bronx Support and Connection Center:

 

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