Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Family Advocacy Treatment Manager (FATM)

 

AIR FORCE FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (FAP)
JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST (JBMDL)
Trenton, New Jersey

Description

The US Air Force Family Advocacy Program personnel develop, implement, and evaluate programs and policies to prevent and treat domestic abuse and child maltreatment.
 
The FATM is a member of the multidisciplinary FAP team and works in the following prioritized capacities: 

  • The maltreatment component to assess families referred for suspected maltreatment and treats individuals, families, and groups whose maltreatment allegation(s) met criteria for maltreatment; 
  • The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) to provide voluntary, comprehensive prevention services (primarily home-based) to families to prevent the occurrence of family maltreatment; 
  • The Family Advocacy Strength-Based Therapy (FAST) services by providing voluntary prevention counseling to indivi duals, families, or groups who are at risk for maltreatment.

The FATM shall be the primary provider of treatment services for assigned maltreatment and prevention cases, coordinating services for families, and monitoring client participation and progress utilizing the modalities of social casework, psychotherapy, and psychoeducational interventions.

The FATM shall assess for safety and continuously assist families with safety planning.

The FATM shall be computer-proficient and will use Family Advocacy System of Records (FASOR) or Family Advocacy Program Network (FAPNET) computer software for client visit documentation and will follow treatment practices that comply with AF FAP standards and accepted professional practice guidelines.

The FATM shall collaborate with other New Parent Support Program (NPSP) team members and develop service plans to incorporate primary and secondary prevention services.  The FATM shall conduct home visits to all NPSP clients who are assessed as high needs and who request social work intervention.  When the FATM is the case manager for an NPSP case, they shall present the case during the NPSP case staffing.

Family Advocacy Treatment Manager (FATM) Requirements

Education: Master’s degree (MSW) from a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited school. 

License: The FATM shall maintain a U.S. state license, which authorizes independent social work practice, and shall be privileged in the Medical Treatment Facility (MTF). 

Experience: Two years full-time post-master’s degree experience (within the last three years) in professional clinical counseling service programs to men, women, and children who are abusive or abused. Must also have experience as a group therapy facilitator or co-leader.  
Shall be able to obtain and maintain a NACI Clearance. Employee shall have Basic Life Support Certification (Course C).

Benefits
•    Medical, Dental and Vision
•    Federal holidays off
•    Free CEU’s

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