LGBTQIA++ Counselor Liaison

Join our dynamic and supportive team as an LGBTQIA++ Counselor Liaison, dedicated to engaging with the diverse Stonewall community and building valuable partnerships with various groups.


- Flexible scheduling for optimal work-life balance
- Active participation in community initiatives
- Extensive career development opportunities including ongoing training and mentorship
- Team-oriented environment that values collaboration
- Defined routes for career advancement
- Attractive health benefits package covering medical, dental, and vision insurance
- Employer-sponsored life insurance along with disability protection
- Voluntary additional life insurance options
- Generous 401(k) retirement plan with employer contribution
- Abundant paid leave encompassing vacation, public holidays, sick leave, and personal days
- Mileage reimbursement for travel expenses at standard government rates
- Free parking available on-site
- Eligibility for Federal Loan Forgiveness Programs upon meeting criteria
-CARF accredited organization recognized for its exceptional service history over 50 years
Recognized by Business First among the Top Non-Profit Organizations


Act as a committed LGBTQIA++ Counselor within the Stonewall Liaison initiative. Engage in relationship-building activities between Stonewall Columbus and our network of partners:
Be present at events and take on public speaking roles;
Independently manage your workload while being accessible to program requirements.

Conduct bi-weekly group therapy sessions in the evenings:
* Collect information on program results
* Handle new case intakes effectively
* Assist in preparing evaluation reports
* Schedule efficiently using Electronic Medical Records (EMR) technology


Essential professional licensure such as LISW, PCC or IMFT required.
We look for proactive individuals capable of working independently.
Must be adept at Diagnostic Assessment employing ICD–10 & DSM–V frameworks to create psycho-social evaluations.
Demonstrated proficiency in counseling a broad client base from youth to adults facing mental health or substance abuse challenges.
Adeptness in leading group therapy is necessary.
Commitment to delivering at least 1,248 billable hours annually (approximately 104 per month).
Compliance with all organizational credentialing requisites is mandatory.

Pre-hire criminal background check along with drug screening is part of our hiring procedure.

Our recruitment process includes thorough background investigations coupled with reference checks. Candidates proceed through an application process involving an on-site interview. Submitting an application does not guarantee employment. As part of North Central's dedication to maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace ethos; pre-hiring drug screenings are obligatory. EOE/AA

Place of work

North Central Mental Health Svcs., Inc.
1301 North High Street
43201 Columbus
United States of America

Employer profile

North Central Mental Health Services, Inc. is a broad-based community mental health and substance use, addiction and recovery provider serving residents within Franklin County, Ohio.

North Central serves all age groups to provide treatment for children, adults, couples and families.  We provide assistance to deal with life problems and pressures in positive, constructive ways.  Our outpatient programs provide counseling and therapy to help deal with situational issues as well as therapy for those struggling with long-term, intense mental disabilities. 

North Central’s substance use disorder, addiction and recovery services provide the support, treatment and encouragement needed to help individuals move toward recovery and independence.  Our residential program assists individuals suffering from mental illness who are currently unable to live unassisted but strive to become independent and self-supporting.

In addition to direct treatment and residential programs, North Central emphasizes the importance of education and prevention services, including Suicide Prevention Services, for schools, civic organizations, faith-based institutions and private businesses.

North Central operates the largest 988 Suicide & Crisis Call Center in Ohio.

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Job ID: 8206295 / Ref: 17fc9c7625848adb5c14b473e8bca428

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North Central Mental Health Svcs., Inc.

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