Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

  • Compensation: $80k-$100k
  • Required Qualifications:
  • City/State: Berkeley, CA

We are looking to bring a new LCSW onto one of our passionate teams in the East Bay!  We have 14 primary care facilities between Contra Costa & Alameda County, serving thousands from the community who need us most. Our mission is to end community health disparities and help our clients heal through our medical, dental, and behavioral health services.

Our organization has been serving the Bay Area for more than 45 years. So, to say we know a thing or two about our community may be an understatement! Our program list is extensive but to give you an idea we offer medical care, dental care, prenatal care, supportive housing, substance use treatment, homeless services, school-based services, mental health treatment, (the list goes on…). 

We’re looking for LCSWs looking to grow with us… whether you’re interested in direct client services, clinical supervision, or are ready to get into program management… we’re ready to be a part of your growth too!

Some perks as an LCSW here you’ll have a yearly stipend, sign-on bonus, loan repayment programs, and commuter benefits along with other standard goodies like medical, dental and vision. Our organization also believes work/life balance is vital to being successful in this environment. We have a generous PTO/sick leave package.



  • Provides comprehensive psychosocial assessments, mental health diagnoses, treatment plans and implements short-term counseling using appropriate modalities for patients with issues such as: depression, anxiety, trauma, grief/loss, addiction, domestic violence, behavioral health problems, and psychosocial stressors. Works predominantly within clinic, but may include home visit services.
  • Provides short-term case management services for patients participating in treatment.
  • As a team member, assists with crisis intervention and triage as needed. Crisis intervention includes assessment, de-escalation, and notifying the public mental health crisis response team if necessary.
  • Works with team members to provide follow-up assessment and prevention planning after any crisis, including follow-up with outside agencies.
  • Maintains clinical and administrative records in accordance with contractual and billing requirements and submits encounter forms on a weekly basis.
  • Participates in weekly clinical meetings; promotes integrated primary/mental health care in coordination with medical providers and other inter-disciplinary team members.


  • Current and valid California LCSW license with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
  • One year experience in clinical case management.
  • Knowledge and experience providing mental health services to disadvantaged populations.