Bay Area Youth Center
Age Group Served:
Transition Age Youth
BAYCís mental health programs serve current and former transition-age foster youth, youth involved in the juvenile justice system, and LGBTQ youth. BAYC offers a variety of trauma-informed clinical services to support youth with behavioral and emotional difficulties as they navigate the many challenges of transitioning into adulthood.
Services are fully integrated into all of our housing programs and are also available to aftercare program participants and through collaborations with community partners. All training, supervision, consultation, and treatment interventions are informed by a multicultural and multi-systemic understanding of client circumstance and context, difficulties, barriers and strengths.
Our services are provided wherever youth are most comfortable: in the community (schools, job sites, homes, etc) or at our office in downtown Hayward.
August-May (other placement periods can be discussed)
16-24 hours/week (other placement hours can be discussed)
Preferred Discipline / Experience:
MSW/MFT. Knowledge of or experience with our population is desirable.
First or Second Year Students:
Both will be considered for different agency programs
Supervision & Training:
All interns will receive one hour of individual and two hours of group supervision each week. Interns will also have access to a variety of trainings offered by their program and by the agency.
Send Resume to:
Director of Clinical Services
Application Due Date:
Applications will be accepted until internship position is filled.
Eligible to apply for the ACBHCS Graduate Intern Stipend Program, up to $6,000 for a minimum of 720 internship hours, awarded through a competitive process.
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Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services
2000 Embarcadero Cove, Suite 400, Oakland, CA 94606