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Have you ever thought about working for one of our residential programs, but weren’t sure? If so, this job fair is for YOU!

NRVCS offers a variety of residential programs that provide 24-hour services (see below) and we are actively seeking applicants to staff those programs.

Our virtual job fair on Thursday, March 18 offers potential applicants an opportunity to meet hiring managers and ask questions. You can even apply and interview for positions!

There will be two opportunities to join us that day: between 9:30 – 11:30 AM and again between 2 – 4 PM. Just choose the time that is most convenient for your schedule.

IMPORTANT: If you do wish to participate, we ask that you RSVP to our Talent Specialist via email at careers@nrvcs.org. The deadline to sign up is March 12.

New Horizons Crisis Stabilization: New Horizons is a crisis stabilization unit (CSU) that provides short term residential and day treatment Crisis Stabilization (for up to 15 days) and day treatment Crisis Intervention (up to 30 days) to adults with a serious mental illness or co-occurring disorders who are at risk for hospitalization due to psychiatric crisis. This includes individuals under Temporary Detention Orders (TDO’s) and/or commitment orders.

New Life Recovery Center: Located in Fairlawn, New Life is a residential treatment facility for adults living with substance use disorders. A 30-day program, New Life has ten beds and serves both males and females who are 18 years of age or older with a primary diagnosis of alcohol and/or drug dependence. Residents may also have co-occurring mental health disorders.

Community Living Residential: These services provide individualized residential support services to individuals who are living with one or more other individuals and who need continuous supports available 24 hours per day. These are provided in a large or small group homes. Sponsored residential (host home) are residential supports for individuals who prefer living in a family setting. It allows one or two individuals per home to receive individualized residential supports.

Fairview Home: Fairview Home serves adults of at least 18 years of age who meet with criteria for Assisted Living on the Virginia Uniform Assessment Instrument (UAI) and are eligible for the Department of Social Services (DSS) Auxiliary Grant. The Virginia UAI is typically completed by the case manager, DSS or other social worker. Residents must be ambulatory and have a current diagnosis or history of mental illness, intellectual disability, and/or substance abuse disorder in remission. We do not have accommodations for residents with serious cognitive impairments.

REACH (Regional Education Assessment Crisis Services Habilitation): REACH utilizes a team approach to provide: clinical assessment; crisis prevention, stabilization and intervention planning and education; Community and home based crisis intervention and stabilization available to both adults and children; facility based therapeutic emergency and limited planned stays available for individuals 18 and over. The goal of REACH is to stabilize current or emerging crisis events, strengthen the individuals’ support systems with intervention and training to increase capacity to support individuals served and promote person centered positive outcomes. REACH serves adults and children with an intellectual or developmental disability and a co-occurring behavioral health need or challenging behavior that is impacting their quality of life.

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