Family Services of Westchester is seeking a part-time Health Educator (3 days a week) to work in collaboration with the Mount Vernon Youth Bureau & Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention program (CAPP).
This position requires a Master’s level Mental Health Worker with a license or who is license eligible. This is a part time position ONLY.
The purpose of the CAPP Community-Based initiative is to develop and expand primary prevention programs aimed at decreasing the incidence of adolescent pregnancy through the establishment of a comprehensive and coordinated approach to reduce the risk of initial and repeat pregnancies, STDs and HIV/AIDS rates among New York State adolescents. Further, the initiative will more effectively address issues associated with adolescent parenting and the racial, ethnic, and geographic disparities that are related to adolescent sexual health outcomes.
Good computer skills are a must.
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