Would you like to join an organization that:
Helps 13,000 people each year,
Operates 37 programs,
Employs 400 professionals,
Offers great benefits,
Has 60+ years of experience in behavioral health?
If so, then Lenape Valley Foundation may have the right job for you!
We pride ourselves on the quality of care provided by our outstanding staff and are looking for qualified candidates – like you— for several open positions. Check out our current openings to find the job that may be your next career move. Then, be sure to visit our benefits section to learn more about the perks of being an LVF employee. We hope to see your application in our inbox soon!
All offers of employment are contingent upon passing required clearances based upon the available position.
Lenape Valley Foundation is fully committed to being an Equal Employment Opportunity Care Provider and Employer and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, creed, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, sexual orientation, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic prohibited by federal, state or local law. We are dedicated to providing a work environment free from discrimination and harassment, and where employees are treated with respect and dignity.
Employee Spotlight: Jennifer Dang, Partial Hospital Program Therapist
What do you like most about working at LVF?
I enjoy working with my team and our clients. The partial program is collaborative & I like this aspect as it allows me to work alongside other clinicians/staff members who are some of the most wonderful, kind, skilled, humble, and supportive people I have ever met.
What is your best memory at LVF?
I can’t make out one that would be “best.” It’s all of the little moments in my day-to-day that I can see that are meaningful to me that add up. Moments like having someone wait on me to leave the building together, being silly & laughing, witnessing clients feel safe here & progressing, & giving/receiving support from one another.
What brought you to LVF when you initially applied?
I was a student juggling practicum & internship through pregnancy & postpartum. I gave myself the option to graduate a semester later than my initial graduation date & wanted to make sure that I obtained enough hours. I had one telehealth site & kept working there but I also wanted an in-person experience. I did some research & found LVF’s PHP program which I felt excited about. Initially, my plan was to intern through August 2023. Thankfully, I got the position and I was able to complete my hours earlier than expected. I graduated & a couple of months later I knew I had to come back full time— so here I am!
What’s a “day in the life” like for you at LVF?
“A day in the life” for me looks like reviewing client authorizations and checking attendance, participating in our morning staff meetings, providing group therapy, outreaching to clients who aren’t in attendance, meeting with individual clients for 1:1 session/admission/treatment plan reviews/discharge, and finding time in between our blocks to touch base with teammates throughout the day. Things can change quickly depending on what’s happening with our clients so I do have a general flow and I adjust as needed.
Name a book you recently read or a movie you recently watched that you would recommend and why!
Ted Lasso (tv show). I find the show wholesome & funny. What started as an ad turned into a 3 season show.