Jobs

Via Hope posts both internal and external opportunities. Please see our below current opportunities.

If you would like to post to our Job Board, please request a "Job Posting Form" from us at info@viahope.org

Youth Partner Positions

Posted Fri May 26, 2017 by Jennifer Q. in

Location: Austin, TX

Employer:

Texas Network Of Youth Services
7703 N. Lamar
Suite 260
Austin, Texas 78752
P: (512) 815-3299
http://www.tnoys.org

Summary: TNOYS is seeking a budding young leader (age 16-24 years) to work on its Recovery through Participation initiative. This project runs from 2017-2018 to help youth services programs in Central Texas partner with youth in meaningful ways to make services stronger for youth.
TNOYS works across Texas to strengthen programs and policies that support youth, including foster youth, homeless and runaway youth, youth with mental health conditions, families in crisis, and more. 

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Certified Peer Specialist Trainer

Posted Fri May 5, 2017 by Marybeth M. in

Location: Austin, TX

Reports To:  PIR (People in Recovery) Leadership Manager  

Percentage Time: Full Time 

Who We Are:  Mental Health Resource of Texas (dba Via Hope) is a Texas 501c3 nonprofit corporation.  We have seventeen passionate staff and a current operating budget of approximately $2 M. per year, primarily from grants from a state agency and private foundations.   We provide education, training, and consultation to empower individuals, families, and youth to develop resilience, achieve recovery, and further mental health system transformation.  
 

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Family Partner Coordinator

Posted Wed Feb 1, 2017 by Jennifer Q. in

Position Title: Family Partner Coordinator

Reports To: Peer and Family Leadership Unit Manager, Via Hope

Percentage Time: Full Time

Who We Are: Mental Health Resource of Texas (dba Via Hope) is a Texas 501c3 nonprofit corporation. We have seventeen passionate staff and are currently funded by grants from a state agency and private foundations. Via Hope exists to empower individuals, families, and youth to develop resilience, achieve recovery, and further mental health system transformation.

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