Are you looking for a strong clinical experience in a multi-service agency that offers extensive training, supervision, and growth opportunities?
We are looking for passionate and committed interns who are open and ready to learn. If you are interested, please send your resume and a cover letter that briefly tells us about your experience and your goals for your internship. Additionally, please include the following information in your cover letter.
Preferred Geographic Area (Plymouth/Quincy)
School, Degree, Year Graduating If
# of Hours Required
Length of Internship
Type of Supervision required
# of Hours of Supervision
# of Face-to-Face Contacts Required
If you have a Car and are able to drive
Please review internship opportunities below and specify your interest. You may select up to 3 and please order by preference by marking 1 (first choice) 2, 3.
Potential Internship Opportunities- Please note some of these internships are paid depending on program and level of the students training. This will be discussed during the interview process.
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic
You will work with a team comprised of a psychiatrist, Nurse Practitioner, Nurses, Clinicians, and recovery coaches to implement the Best Practice Model to individuals with Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) and Behavioral Heal needs. Training Opportunities: Diagnostic Assessments, Individual Therapy and Group Treatment (Population – Adults and young adults with Substance Use Disorders). This is a Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) funded National Initiative to provide comprehensive services.
Be part of a service team for children who have multiple support services (e.g., schools, courts, behavioral health providers) to coordinate care support the family and identify gaps in care. Training Opportunities: Facilitating Family Meetings, assessing youth and family’s needs, finding and connecting youth and families to community resources. (Population – Children and Families with behavioral health needs)
Community Based Family Services
Work as part of a team to support youth and families in the community to develop coping skills, life skills and implement best practice interventions. Training Opportunities: Work with a Master’s clinician to complete assessments, treatment planning, and clinical services. (Population – Children and Families)
Be part of a residential team that provides intensive supports to adolescents who are not able to live at home. Training Opportunities: Work with a treatment team to support adolescents experiencing crisis situations, complete assessments, coordinate activities, facilitate groups and offer individual support. (Population – Adolescents)
The site-based community-based restorative justice interns work with individuals who have come to the attention of the legal system due to criminogenic behaviors. Training opportunities: Evidence-based treatment models, group treatment and work collaboratively with the criminal justice system. (Population – Adults)
The Peer Recovery Centers are support services that respect all paths to recovery. Training Opportunities: provide peer support, groups, and wellness plans (lived experience is required). (Population – Adults)
First Steps Together
This program provides intensive recovery supports to women with Substance Exposed Newborns (SEN). Training Opportunities: work with a team of clinicians and recovery coach’s who provide direct intensive support to support the recovery process of the parent(s) and ensures that the needs of the newborn are being addressed. (Population – Mothers with Newborns)
Family Resource Center(s)
The Family Resource Centers provide immediate support to youth and families that need resources, referrals and emergency clinical supports. Training Opportunities: Complete assessments, develop service plans, work with courts and state systems to provide resources and supports for youth and families. (Population – Children and Families)