We are a community-centered organization. There are often socio-economic factors (housing, nutrition, etc) that impact mental health. All Walks of Life partners with many other organizations to provide clients with the best services to meet their needs and address some of these other socio-economic factors. Partnering with other organizations creates a comprehensive and transformative treatment plan.
Current Job Openings
To apply for open positions, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Walks of Life is an equal opportunity employer.
Clinical Managers are independently responsible for managing the completion of administrative and clinical duties of a small multi-disciplinary team; Provide clinical supervision to mental practitioners and interns; Ensure each practitioner complies with quality assurance and documentation requirements; Ensure compliance with all federal-, state-, local-, and industry regulations; Track and submit weekly quality assurance reports; Direct the assignment of clinical cases and ensure clinical coverage; Manage a small specialty (i.e., assist in the coordination of either an overall agency program or goal, part of program, or part of a site-specific goal); Maintain a small client caseload; Coordinate daily clinical functions; Manage the completion of deadlines; Maintain communication with staff, administration, and leadership; Attend all required meetings; Complete other duties as assigned.
Mental Health Therapist, LMSW, LCPC, LCSW-C
MARYLAND LICENSE REQUIRED
Responsible for providing group and individual counseling a minimum of 10 hrs. a week. Collaborates with multidisciplinary treatment team in establishing clients’ strengths and needs with a view to developing individualized treatment plans for the clients. Participates in a full range of clinical and therapeutic services. Regularly performs direct clinical services to client. Performs quality assurance duties by reviewing clients’ medical records to assure the maintenance of proper standards of care.
How to Apply:
Peer Resources & Tools
Assessment for Urban Centered Treatment – Lend Me Your Lens
This psychological projective assessment was created to address the lack of clinical tools that can effectively recognize the impact urban living has on minority, lower income, inner city youth and adults. Slated for release in September 2019. Stay tuned for more details.
Attend a Training (CEU)
Save the Date – September 25, 2019 (Details to come soon)
Available after the September 25, 2019 training
AWL is a community-centered, outpatient mental health treatment organization that provides the highest level of comprehensive care to those in need throughout Maryland's schools and communities.
Baltimore City (HEADQUARTERS)
Baltimore, MD 21218
Hagerstown, MD 20774
(410) 558-0019 x.152
Prince George's County
Largo, MD 20774
(410) 558-0019 x.155