Safe Horizon recognizes that families who have experienced intimate partner violence may want to or need to stay in contact with the person causing harm in the family. The Family Focused Program (FFP) was designed to engage family members with support to assist in healing and explore ways for families to maintain contact where safe to do so. In this model, all participating members of the family are
considered clients (survivor, person causing harm, and their children).
Essential Job Functions:
The Deputy Director is responsible for the operational and administrative oversight of the FFP. The Deputy Director provides direct supervision to Parent Coaches, Administrative Coordinators, and the Quality Assurance Manager to provide administrative and peer support for the fulfillment of services to survivors of domestic violence, their children and the person causing harm (separately). Duties may include some or all of the following:
With the Senior Director, inform and implement all program start-up activities including hiring
program staff, developing staff training and team development plans, developing partnerships within Safe Horizon’s programs and the Administration for Children’s Services