Career Opportunities

30 Career Opportunities at Mental Health Partnerships


New Posting Residential Advisor, Homeward Bound
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Residential Advisor is responsible for all activity in all transitional housing and supportive housing locations. The Residential Advisor monitors all participant activity, ensuring that the house operates smoothly during their shift and maintains a level of safety and security for the residents occupying their units. Populations served include participants with lived experience of homelessness, mental health conditions and/or addiction and who are in recovery. This is a 24 hour facility. All positions are awake positions.

New Posting Recovery Resource Specialist, Homeward Bound
Philadelphia, PA19107
Recovery Resource Specialists work with participants on an individual basis to identify their immediate needs and their long-term goals. Recovery Resource Specialists support participants by coordinating services, benefits, training and activities designed to foster recovery, achieve stable housing and increase self-sufficiency.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

New Posting Program Manager, PeerNet - Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA19107
Program Managers provide overall services coordination of a Mobile Peer Services team that provides flexible, community based peer support. These services are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community integration of individuals, who have a mental health conditions, may use substances and who may also have physical health concerns. Program Managers provide overall coordination of services for their assigned programs and mentor and develop their staff. Program Managers are also responsible for maintaining oversight to ensure that participants’ self-identified goals for recovery; rehabilitation and community integration are supported by appropriate services and best practices.

New Posting Program Supervisor, Representative Payee
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Supervisor – Representative Payee provides overall service coordination in conjunction with the Social Security Guidelines for Representative Payee Organizations, whose goal is to have participants eventually become their own payee through goal setting, budgets, support, and training. Supervises the day-to-day activities of Representative Payees. Contributes to the hiring, disciplining and development of staff. Provides advice and guidance to staff by demonstrating depth and breadth of expertise in Rep Payee Services. Resolves problems using standard procedures or organizational policies.

New Posting Certified Peer Specialist, Trail Guides
Norristown, PA19401
Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Certified Peer Specialist training, Certified Peer Specialists provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have challenges with extensive mental health conditions. Certified Peer Specialists facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own recovery and advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Part Time Residential Advisor
Philadelphia, PA19107
Residential Advisors are responsible for all activity in MHP’s Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR), Homeward Bound. Residential Advisors monitors all participant activity, ensuring that the house operates smoothly during their shift and maintains a level of safety and security for the residents occupying their units. Populations served include participants with lived experience of homelessness, mental health conditions and/or addiction and who are in recovery.

Recovery Host
Upper Darby, PA19082
Recovery Hosts set a welcoming tone by warmly greeting all callers and visitors, inquiring about the callers’ needs, and quickly directs them to the appropriate person. Recovery Hosts also assist with access to the facility’s resources, including preparing and serving refreshments, supporting participants with laundry, shower and computer access.

Recruiter, Human Resources
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Recruiter will research, develop and implement effective recruiting and staffing strategies to attract a diverse pool of qualified and capable talent for the agency.

Director of Human Resources
Philadelphia, PA19107
As a member of the Executive Team, the Director of Human Resources provides departmental and organizational leadership. The Director leads Human Resources practices and objectives that will provide an employee-oriented, high-performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, quality, productivity and standards, goal attainment, and the recruitment and on-going development of a superior workforce. The Director is responsible for identifying and establishing departmental priorities; developing and monitoring HR policies; conducting departmental assessments; leading project development and implementation; identifying trends and initiating procedures to assure continuous quality improvement.

Case Manager, Bridges 2 Home
Philadelphia, PA19107
Case Managers provide services to participants living in the community with persistent mental health challenges, in addition to individuals with co-occurring conditions. After assessing the participants’ needs the Case Manager helps the participant with obtaining resources and services in the community, in a partnership that focuses on recovery and the achievement of the participant’s goals for community living.

Family Peer Support Partners provide support, advocacy, information and referrals to parents and other caregivers of children and young people who have emotional or behavioral health concerns, and do this by using their own unique experience to inspire hope and provide support to others who are facing similar challenges. Family Peer Support Partners assist with navigating the complex public child-serving systems: behavioral health, drug and alcohol, juvenile justice, education and child welfare and work collaboratively with System Partners to influence programs and policies to better meet the needs of children, youth and their families. Because of their personal experience, Family Peer Support Partners are able to model resiliency, inspire hope and help others who are facing similar challenges, with a goal of encouraging self-advocacy.

Part Time Warmline Specialist
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Warmline Specialist offers supportive, confidential, reassuring non-crisis assistance over the phone to peers and referrers callers to crisis triage as appropriate.

Part Time Psychiatrist
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Psychiatrist provides direct community mental health services including psychiatric services, psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, psychopharmacology management, and crisis assessment and/or intervention. They also attend and lead clinical case conferences for TCM participants; participate in the service planning process by the TCM teams and provide consultation, medical referral and follow-up to these referrals (in conjunction with the R.N. and Targeted Case Managers). As part of the TCM management team, the Psychiatrist will support and/or make suggestions to improve overall functioning of the unit as it relates to the coordination of the participant’s care and psychiatric/medical services.

Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Certified Peer Specialist training, Recovery Coaches provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have challenges with extensive mental health conditions. Recovery Coaches facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own recovery and advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Certified Peer Specialist training, Certified Peer Specialists provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have challenges with extensive mental health conditions. Certified Peer Specialists facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own recovery and advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Program Records Analyst
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Representative Payee Program provides bill paying and funds distribution services to individuals experiencing mental health conditions who need help managing their finances, and to teach these individuals, in a culturally competent manner, budgeting and money management skills to enable them to ultimately live independently in the community. The Records Analyst audits and analyzes all participant files, records and reports regarding budget plans and asset management/bill payment.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

The Recovery Learning Specialist provides flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have severe mental health conditions.

The Learning & Development Specialist provides all aspects of training, group facilitation, and coaching to external service providers, and MHP staff from leadership to administrative. The L&D Specialist delivers recovery and trauma-informed courses, such as Certified Peer Specialist, CPS Supervisor, the WRAP series (Seminar I and II), continuing education courses, and professional development training opportunities. This position is also responsible for coaching activities with assigned constituencies and curriculum writing duties as assigned by Supervisor. The position requires up to 75% travel, including overnight travel.

The Account Specialist will work closely with Case Managers/Recovery Coaches to build trust to assist participants with their finances, teach them in a culturally competent manner, budgeting and money management skills to enable them to live independently in the community.

On Call Outreach Specialist
Philadelphia, PA19107
Outreach Specialists engage and build relationships with individuals experiencing homelessness to provide those individuals with resources and placement at shelters, cafes or safe havens.

The Assistant Director of Government Relations and Advocacy is responsible for assisting with day-to-day advocacy efforts on the city, state and federal legislative matters and community organizational outreach for Mental Health Partnerships under the supervision of the Director of Government Relations and Advocacy.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Targeted Case Manager
Philadelphia, PA19107
Targeted Case Managers provide services to participants living in the community with persistent mental health challenges, in addition to individuals with co-occurring conditions. After assessing the participants’ needs the Targeted Case Manager helps the participant with obtaining resources and services in the community, in a partnership that focuses on recovery and the achievement of the participant’s goals for community living. In the Forensics unit, Targeted Case Managers provide services to participants who are incarcerated and/or who were previously incarcerated or have legal system involvement and are living in the community. All participants persistent with mental health challenges, in addition to individuals with co-occurring conditions. After assessing the participants’ needs the Targeted Case Manager helps the participant with obtaining resources and services in the community, in a partnership that focuses on recovery and the achievement of the participant’s goals for reintegration into community living.

On Call Residential Advisor
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Residential Advisor is responsible for all activity in all transitional housing and supportive housing locations. The Residential Advisor monitors all participant activity, ensuring that the house operates smoothly during their shift and maintains a level of safety and security for the residents occupying their units. Populations served include participants with lived experience of homelessness, mental health conditions and/or addiction and who are in recovery. This is a 24 hour facility. All positions are awake positions.

On Call Shelter Specialist
Upper Darby, PA19082
Shelter Specialists are responsible for ensuring the safety of all participants at the shelters provided by the Connect-by-Night program. Connect-by-Night provides emergency and overnight shelter at host locations for people experiencing homelessness and mental health conditions.