Casa Pacifica provides hope and help for abused, neglected or at-risk youth and their families. We believe children of all ages are capable of great achievement, a notion reflected in our programs. Our programs protect, engage and teach children and their families how to develop the competence and confidence they need to manage their own lives and achieve great potential. We meet kids and families at the most challenging times of their lives and help them overcome some of life’s most difficult circumstances – abuse and neglect, complex emotional and behavioral issues, family crises. We restore hope, help children find joy in daily living, and improve families’ chances at making a better life for themselves and at finding a place in their community where they can be successful. Casa Pacifica is committed to children unconditionally over time and through all of life’s ups and downs.
Rapidly growing COA accredited agency with an APA Internship program has immediate employment opportunities with competitive salary and generous benefits package including retirement (401k), paid time off, insurance benefits and extensive on-going training.
Headquartered on a rural 24-acre campus five miles from the Pacific Ocean half way between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, Casa Pacifica serves abused and neglected children and adolescents, and those with severe emotional, social, behavioral, and mental health challenges. Our primary service area is California’s Central Coast, but referrals come from all over. We provide a comprehensive array of state of the art services to meet the varied and complex needs of children, youth and emerging adults in our care. On-site services include a non-public school, a 28 bed residential treatment program for adolescents and a 45 bed emergency shelter program for youth 0-18 years, a certified Health Clinic, intensive day treatment program, and a Parent Child Interactive Therapy Center. Community Based Services include a Therapeutic Behavioral Services program, Wraparound, and a Children’s Emergency Mobile Crisis Team.
2 Post Doctoral Fellow positions: Post Doctoral Fellow (2 year position) for Transitional age youth: Will provide clinical services to youth primarily 16 years and older who are focusing on transitioning to an independent life style. Post Doctoral Fellow (2 year position) for Shelter and Day School: Will provide clinical services to youth in both our Non-Public School and Emergency Shelter Care.
If interested please submit your CV with cover letter to:
Myra Saltoun, Ph.D.
Director of Campus Services
1722 South Lewis Road
Camarillo, CA. 93012