VENTURA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH – Ventura, CA
The Ventura County Behavioral Health Department (VCBH) provides mental health and substance use treatment services. VCBH plays an important role as an integrated component of the Ventura County Health Care Agency. VCBH provides support for individuals and families who are in crisis; people considering suicide; or those struggling with mental illness, substance use, or both. Ventura County Behavioral Health is committed to reducing stigma and discrimination. We promote wellness through a whole-person care approach where clients and families are empowered by appropriate, accessible, timely, culturally sensitive, and collaborative behavioral health services.
Ventura County Behavioral Health (Outpatient Services)
- Consists of 15 different programs throughout the county serving Child & Adolescents (ages 5-18).
- 40 hours of coverage, Monday-Friday
- Flexible 8-hour or 10-hour shifts
- Must be in person on site
- Serves County based chronic patients
- Child and Adolescent fellow is ideal
- Spanish speaking preferred
- $340,000 Annually for Child Full-Time (40 hours per week) W-2 Employees
- Comprehensive Benefits Package (for Full-Time 30+ hours per week) W-2 Employees)
- Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
- Up to $25,000 in Annual Bonuses (for Full-Time 30+ hours per week)
- PTO and CME Accrual (for Full-Time 30+ hours per week) W-2 Employees)
- Ventura County comprises the Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA Combined Statistical Area. It is also considered the southernmost county along the California Central Coast. There are 555,953 acres (224,986 ha) outside of national forest land in Ventura County. North of Highway 126, the county is mountainous and mostly uninhabited, and contains some of the most unspoiled, rugged and inaccessible wilderness remaining in southern California. Small coastal mountains rim Ventura County on its landward side. They range in elevation from 50 feet (15 m) along the coast south of the coastal plain, to about 3,100 feet (940 m) in the Santa Monica Mountains. The Santa Ynez Mountains, the Topatopa Mountains, and the Piru Mountains make up the northern boundary of the coastal plain, the Santa Susana Mountains are alongside the eastern boundary of the county, and the Simi Hills and the Santa Monica Mountains are along the southern border with Los Angeles County.