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Texoma Community Center

Forensic Case Coordinator



Job Description
Education and/or Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or Counseling required
• Two (2) years human services experience preferred
• Experience working with individuals with mental illness and/ or addiction issues desirable

Certificates, Licensure, Registrations:
• Current driver’s license and a vehicle for use at work

Position Summary:
Provide accessible and effective Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services to adult offenders admitted to the Forensic Program with the intent to positively impact recidivism. Provide advocacy for identified Forensic clients within TCC and the community. Provide crisis response as necessary to program clients. Provide group and individual skills training. Coordinate program activities with Forensic Fidelity Manager and Program Director. Maintain open and effective communication with Probation/Parole Department and law enforcement. Other Forensic related activities as requested and authorized by Program Director in accordance with the philosophy, goals and objectives of Texoma Community Center. Starting wage $16.35/hour.







About Texoma Community Center
From crisis intervention to early childhood development assessments, Texoma Community Center in Cooke, Fannin, and Grayson counties offers a wide array of mental health services for adults, adolescents, and children. Thank you for your interest in Texoma Community Center.

All potential applicants must pass reference and background checks and a drug screen




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