We strive to make Child & Family Agency a great place to work!

Child and Family Agency acknowledges the many injustices that are rooted in our nation’s history and continue to impact all systems, including injustices related to education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, veteran’s status, color, religion, ability (emotional, learning, physical), sexual orientation, and beliefs.  We believe it is imperative to be agents of change, thus diversity and inclusion are core values of CFA. We work with adults, children, their families, communities, and each other to identify and use our intrinsic strengths towards creating sustainable, interconnected, and productive lives.

CFA continually strives for increased diversity of our staff in accordance with the National Culturally Linguistically Appropriate Standards (CLAS) ensuring we are representative of the communities we serve. In recruiting for our team, we welcome the unique contributions that staff can bring in terms of their lived experiences. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, our inclusive culture empowers all of us to connect, belong, learn, and grow together with the communities we serve.

Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut, Inc. employs approximately 200 staff members in a variety of positions including Mental Health Clinicians, Nurse Practitioners, Teaching Staff for Infants/Toddlers/Preschool-Aged Children, Administrative Staff, School-Aged Youth Program Workers, and others.

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Positions Open

If you meet the qualifications for one of the positions below, please send your resume to Human Resources.

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SENIOR DIRECTOR OF OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES –Senior leader and experienced licensed behavioral health clinician with strong operations and management experience for multiple behavioral health sites/clinics. Responsible for assisting to standardize and improve operations across multiple locations. Demonstrated experience with clinical supervision and implementing plans to enhance and expand clinical operations. Entrepreneurial attributes desired. Requires excellent people skills while supervising clinical leaders and program support staff. Ensures compliance with the requirements for licensing, regulatory, and accreditation bodies. Serves as a member of senior leadership team. Must be a strong team player.

CLINICIAN – Full time Masters’ level position (40 hours) working  with children and families In our outpatient Child Guidance Clinic.  Outpatient Program Information 

PER DIEM NURSE PRACTITIONER –  Nurse Practitioner needed on a Per Diem basis to provide medical services to children in our School Based Health Centers. Previous experience as an APRN desired and highly recommended.



COMMUNITY WORKER – Part time Bachelor’s level position (20 hours) working as a Family Navigator with families referred by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) in the office, community, and their homes to support families that have been negatively impacted by intimate partner violence. IFVP Program Information



Child & Family Agency offers supervised internship experiences to students of relevant training programs