Early Childhood Development Clinician

Unity Health Care

About the organization

From the start, Unity Health Care has been committed to serving the health needs of our communities. Originally founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP), HCHP provided primary health care services to homeless individuals and families that resided in local emergency shelters or on the streets of the District of Columbia. In 1997, HCHP officially changed its name to Unity Health Care as care expanded from serving people experiencing homelessness to providing primary and specialty care to District residents. Over the past three decades we have grown into a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health centers and a medical outreach mobile unit.

As reflected in our history, Unity is more committed than ever to further unify services in convenient and accessible health centers to make our families and communities healthier.


Unity Health Care, Inc, the largest Federally Qualified Healthcare organization, with sites located across Washington D.C., has two positions open for Early Childhood Development Clinicians. These are exciting opportunities to help shape a new program!.

The Early Childhood Development Clinician is responsible for the clinical and administrative tasks required to deliver quality, safe and culturally attuned behavioral health services that are integrated into the primary care setting. Healthy Steps is a national model that emphasizes a close relationship between health care professionals and parents to address the physical, emotional, and intellectual growth and development of children ages birth to three. The Early Childhood Development Clinician, a child development expert, joins the pediatric primary care team to ensure universal screening, provide successful interventions, referrals, and follow-up to the entire family. The Early Childhood Development Clinician provides caregiver support to facilitate the development of attachment, self-regulation skills, and family resiliency. In collaboration with pediatric primary care providers, Healthy Steps strategies will be integrated into well child visits with the aim of supporting infants, toddlers and their caregivers who have been identified as having significant health, behavioral and developmental needs.

For more information about the positions and how to apply: https://www.unityhealthcare.org/


Licensed to provide mental health services in D.C. (social worker, professional counselor, psychologist, etc)

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