Community Support Worker

Inner City Family Services

About the organization

What We Do

We provide intensive outpatient mental health services for the entire family. Services include medication management, community case management and counseling.

Our Vision

We aspire to be a behavioral, health and community development leader recognized for innovative and quality in counseling and community building, national standing in research, and commitment to strategic collaboration and service in Washington, DC most deserving areas; ward 7 and 8. We are looking for a variety of individuals who think and act like an entrepreneur, are committed to working with families and individuals who have serious mental health concerns and have a drive to build our community.


Creates and implements clinical interventions for clients based on their Individual Recovery Plan.
Documents interventions within 24 hours of service.
Provides services in the client’s home, grocery store, doctor’s offices, government offices, etc.
Helps clients realize their individual strengths and develop various skills to improve their lives.

This is a contract position. Pay is based on billable hour. Competitive pay is commensurate with experience. Supervision towards LPC and LICSW licenses is available.


Background in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice or similar area of study


$18-$25 per billable hour

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

2 letters of reference

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