Posted on August 9, 2019
For continued support for the Trauma Clinician who provides training to Osborne staff of all departments in recognizing trauma and responding to trauma appropriately and effectively, and responds to staff requests for guidance in handling individual cases and program-specific challenges. In addition, the Clinician will provide mental health treatment and trauma-informed services to justice-involved youth and adults and their families at no cost to those with limited access to specialized healthcare. This effort will continue a shift in the organization’s knowledge base and culture which puts trauma at the center of how they understand and address crime and its human and economic costs. The Osborne Association serves individuals and families impacted by the criminal justice system, providing opportunities for them to achieve self-sufficiency, adopt healthy lifestyles, form and rebuild families, and rejoin their communities after incarceration.