LITTLE COLORADO Behavioral Health Centers

LCBHC Careers

Little Colorado Behavioral Health Centers is always open to reviewing applications for any of the positions listed on the right.


Currently there is a job openning for a Therapist / Counselor.


To apply turn in an application to any of the Little Colorado Offices or click below to submit your resume online. If you are unable to print out an application you can request a copy at one of our locations.

*All positions are subject to a background check, and a fingerprint clearance card will be required.


Print out an application to turn in at one of our locations or submit your resume below.









The therapist's main purpose is to provide psychotherapy, clinical liaison duties, case management, and related behavioral health activities to populations with behavioral health disorders. The therapist is expected to cooperate as a team member in the provision of a therapeutic environment that encourages each client's overall growth. This position is 40 hours a week and is expected to maintain an acceptable level of productivity as measured by billable hours--1,286 annual billable credit hours.
The Case Manager's main purpose is to provide case management and Clinical Liaison and related behavioral health services to their clients in a coordinated and effective manner. The Case Manager is expected to cooperate as a team member, when indicated, in the provision of a therapeutic environment that encourages each client's overall growth. This position is 40 hours a week and is expected to maintain an acceptable level of productivity as measured by billable hours--1,286 annual billable credit hours.
The Case Manager Assistant's main purpose is to assist the Case Manager and/or Counselor/Therapist to provide case management and related behavioral health services to their clients in a coordinated and effective manner. The Case Manager Assistant is expected to cooperate as a team member, when indicated, in the provision of a therapeutic environment that encourages each client's overall growth. This position is expected to maintain an acceptable level of productivity as measured by billable hours--892 annual billable credit hours.
The Peer Support/Recovery Support Specialist's main purpose is to directly assist clients with a serious mental illness and/or substance abuse/dependence disorder to achieve outcomes of recovery. The Peer Support/Recovery Support Specialist is expected to cooperate as a team member, when indicated, in the provision of a therapeutic environment that encourages each client's emotional growth.