FIELD STUDIES ORIENTATION PRESENTATIONS
Every Wednesday beginning: 03/01/2023. 5:30-6:30 PM
Through Wednesday, April 12, 2023
(HUMSR 147 AND HUMSR 148)
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Every Wednesday beginning 03/01/2023, our department will be holding informative Field Studies Orientations where all of your questions will be addressed.
The Due Date for All Site Approval Forms will be announced during the orientation.
In order to receive your Site Approval Form, you must attend one of the upcoming Field Studies Orientations!
Forms must be submitted to Venesse Metcalf, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join via Zoom here:
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Beginning Thursday, March 2, 2023, from 3:00 to 6:00 PM our department's Program Mentor, Ms. Clark will be available to answer any and all of your questions and/or concerns about ALL THINGS HUMAN SERVICE!
Join Ms. Clark every Thursday and Friday from 3:00 to 6:00 PM
Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/2600233849
Questions and Answers with MJC's Human Services Mentor
This meeting is intended for all current and future Modesto Junior College students who are interested in AA Degrees in Human Services or Chemical Dependency Counseling, (Substance Use Disorder), or Certificates of Achievement in Human Services or Chemical Dependency Counseling, (Substance Use Disorder), and Psychosocial Rehabilitation.
Should you have further questions and/or concerns, please do not hesitate in reaching out to our Human Services Program Mentor, Ms. Clark, via the following email address: email@example.com
The Human Service Program also provides a basis for future academic training leading to advanced degrees in Human Services, Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Sociology, and Behavioral Analysis. Degrees, Certificates, and Skill Recognitions are available in Human Services Generalist, Chemical Dependency Counseling, Gerontology, and Psychosocial Rehabilitation.
Overview of the Program
The various programs are designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in Human Service Organizations, as well as to upgrade and enhance the knowledge and skill set of current employees in the profession.
MJC's Chemical Dependency Counseling Program is accredited by the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Educators (CAADE) to offer coursework in Addiction Studies. CAADE is Approved by the California Department of Health Care Services. We can assist students with obtaining their State certification and completing the State's exam through the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of California (ACCBC). We can also provide some assistance with the registration with one of the other two certification organizations (CCAPP or CADPT). The Chemical Dependency Counseling program is accredited by the California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators (CAADE). Website: CAADE: https://dev.caade.org.
Note the following from the DHCS website: The Department of Health Care Services recognizes the following National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) accredited organizations to register and certify alcohol and other drug counselors in California. To become a certified counselor or to obtain further information regarding educational requirements for becoming a substance use disorder (SUD) counselor in California, please contact any of the certifying organizations listed below:
California Association for Alcohol and Drug Educators (CAADE)
Accredited Program – Certified Addiction Treatment Counselors / expires 7/31/22
5230 Clark Ave, Ste 1
Lakewood, CA 90712
Phone: (707) 722-2331
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program
MJC's Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program's goal is to prepare individuals seeking certification as a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Specialist or lead to upper degrees in social work or other mental health professions. The Psychosocial Rehabilitation program's purpose is to educate professionals in providing emotional, cognitive, and social skills that help those diagnosed with mental illness live and work in their communities as independently as possible
Explore the Human Services professional by visiting the Bureau of Human Services Occupational Outlook Handbook
The employment of social and human service assistants is projected to grow 17 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. A growing elderly population and rising demand for social services are expected to drive demand for these workers.
An increase in the number of older adults is expected to result in the growing demand for social services such as the delivery of meals and adult daycare. Because social and human service assistants often arrange for these services, there will need to be more of them to meet this increased demand.
In addition, growth is expected as more people seek treatment for their addictions and more drug offenders are sent to treatment programs rather than to jail. As a result, demand should increase for social and human service assistants who work in treatment programs or work with people with addictions. (source)
Human Services Class Schedule
The following classes are offered once during the spring or fall semesters. See your Counselor or the Human Services Program Coordinator for planning your schedule. This schedule does not include prospective summer courses.
|Fall Only||Spring Only|
|114: Death and Dying||104: Aging in America|
|111: Counseling in Chemical Dependency||117: Intervention and Tx Strategies (Summer 2022)|
|143: Psychosocial Rehab Practice||119: Intro to Group|
|148: Field Studies and Seminar II (Check Schedule)||146: PsyR w/Children & Families|
All Human Services students must complete HMSR147 in order to receive their AA degree. In order to earn your chemical dependency degree, you must complete HMSR147 and then HMSR148. Please consult the catalog for more details or email Professor Venesse Metcalf: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Cheryl Williams-JacksonFounders Hall, 160J williamsjacksonC@mjc.edu
Clinical Supervisor of Human Services
Ruthie Torres, LMFT
Venesse Metcalf, MSFounders Hall, Room 160K email@example.com (209)575-7950 x830
Human Services Mentor
Ms. B. ClarkFounders Hall 160J
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (209) 548-5742