• Female Respite Provider - Summit County

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    Female Respite Provider - Summit County


    Join a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about making a positive impact with clients, their families and our community. Valley Behavioral Health is seeking a part-time, Respite Provider for our Summit County Program.  We are seeking an individual who has the ability to organize and supervise outtings, build self-esteem and provide support to our clients. 


    Location: Summit County

    Schedule: Varies; As needed 

    Pay: $10/Per client 



    • Respite services provided to girls who have Medicaid funding.
    • Take girls, at least monthly, out to activities either at Valley offices or within the community.
    • Building self-esteem among the youth of our community
    • Observe and listen to clients and refer to therapist if increased treatment is needed.
    • Be a peer to the clients you serve.



    • High School Diploma
    • Pass a BCI
    • Ability to lead a group of young girls and be a mentor
    • Organized and punctual
    • Listen without judgement


    At Valley Behavioral Health we are an innovative, dedicated team who are inspired by helping others lead fulfilling lives, one person at a time. We seek individuals who are compassionate, empathetic, team focused, seek excellence, are resilient, possess high integrity, and are fun to be with. 


    Valley Behavioral Health is a professional, therapeutic services organization with 800+ team members operating 65+ programs that provide a comprehensive menu of treatment and services for people of all ages who are experiencing severe mental illnesses, substance use disorders and behavior problems. We have a well-trained and caring staff of therapists, psychiatrists, case managers, social workers and medical staff. We are Utah’s largest behavioral health organization with operations in Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele Counties and beyond.


    Valley Behavioral Health is an equal opportunity employer


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