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New job opportunities for healthcare professionals

Last published on 23 Jun 2017 in News / Archive

Family and Community Services has committed to the implementation of new, evidence-based intervention models aimed at keeping families together, and we need your help.

Recently, Family and Community Services (FACS) committed to the implementation of new, evidence-based intervention models aimed at keeping families together.

To deliver this new support service, clinical job opportunities are now available in a range of non-government organisations (NGOs) across NSW.

This whole-of-government commitment is part of Their Futures Matter reform and will commence across NSW from 1 August 2017. The new service will implement two evidence-based models to provide highly vulnerable children and their families with increased access to specialist services for family preservation and restoration.

If you would like to join a team of professionals to help deliver the new models - Multisystemic Therapy for Child Abuse and Neglect (MST-CAN®) and Functional Family Therapy for Child Welfare (FFT-CW®) and you have a degree in psychology, social work, or you have worked as a family case manager, or in another allied health profession, contact Their Futures Matter.

Their Futures Matter will allow children and families to benefit through this new service with:

  • 900 more children each year receiving world-class services
  • 50 per cent of the new intensive family preservation places dedicated to Aboriginal children and families.

For more information about Their Futures Matter reform, visit: www.theirfuturesmatter.nsw.gov.au

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