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Providing quality care for children in the spirit of Christian love

Be a Life Changer! Adriel is a faith-based organization with conservative values and working environment. We employ mission-minded, passionate, dedicated professionals to serve youth in their respective disciplines. This includes an array of positions in the social services areas including licensed social workers, therapists, and a variety of support positions to help in the work of Adriel. Adriel often hires people into entry level positions and promotes from within. We are often looking for people who truly want to make a difference in a child's life and looking to find a career path. Working with our kids Adriel works with a challenging population of children, youth, and adolescents who have had many challenges in their lives. Our employees are exposed to behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, physical delays, and mental health concerns. It takes a certain type of person to stand in the gap for these kids to help them go on to become the success story inside of them all. The road is sometimes a long one…but the rewards are worth it all. Additional benefits to working at Adriel may include: 

***Sign-On Bonus!***

  • Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
  • Generous Paid-Time-Off (PTO) package 
  • Life Insurance Short-term 
  • 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan with Company Match 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Student Loan Forgiveness Opportunity 
  • Robust Wellness Program 
  • Training opportunities and CEU's 
  • Free Licensure Renewal 
  • Referral Bonus Opportunity 
  • Employee Discount Program 
  • Great Team Environment

Current Openings: 

Full Time or Part-time Foster Care and Adoption Therapist, Archbold, Ohio area-  The therapist will provide counseling and psychotherapy services to clients and families in the Archbold, OH area and will provide the Adriel interdisciplinary team with expertise concerning the mental health issues concerning each child. These services are offered by Adriel in accordance with the policies and practices of the organization, the ethical and social consciences of business and society and all applicable laws, regulations and administrative rulings associated with a non-profit organization. The therapist shall abide by the code of ethics of The Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board of the state of Ohio, regardless if the worker has licensure through the Board. Required Education and Experience: Master's degree in social work/counceling or related field preferred, and/or PhD in psychology or related field.  LSW, LPC or MFT required. Will consider hiring part-time for this position as well. 

Full Time or Part-time Foster Care and Adoption Therapist, Southern Region-  The therapist will provide counseling and psychotherapy services to clients and families and will provide the Adriel interdisciplinary team with expertise concerning the mental health issues concerning each child. These services are offered by Adriel in accordance with the policies and practices of the organization, the ethical and social consciences of business and society and all applicable laws, regulations and administrative rulings associated with a non-profit organization. The therapist shall abide by the code of ethics of The Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board of the state of Ohio, regardless if the worker has licensure through the Board. Required Education and Experience: Master's degree in social work/counceling or related field preferred, and/or PhD in psychology or related field.  LSW, LPC or MFT required. Will consider hiring part-time for this position as well. 

Full Time and Part-time Bridges Liaison - Northern Region, Ohio - Adriel is currently seeking a full time and part time Bridges Liaison who will provide services to all assigned young adults who are eligible for Bridges services.  The main responsibilities of the Bridges Liaison include but are not limited to: assisting the young adults in developing a plan and goals, face to face contact with young adults once a month, reviewing the plans every ninety days, assisting the youth with maintaining services eligibility, idenitifying resources that support the young adults, teaching skills like money management, laundry and grocery shopping, assisting with college or vocational school enrollment, assisting with obtaining employment, helping locate medical care, and providing other guidance and support.  Required education and experience: Must have completed a post-secondary program (may be an Associate's degree or related certification) in social work, human services, behavioral health or related field and must have two (2) years of experience working with families and/or children in the child welfare system; OR possess a Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, behavioral health or a related field.    

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