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Day in the Life of a Support Specialist

What’s it like to support kids with behavioral and mental health challenges in your everyday work?

Hear from JJ, Tiffany, and Shaunte at Community Connections about their work with kids.

Our Children’s Mental Health “Support Specialists” are similar to behavioral or mental health associates. They support children who experience mental health or behavioral challenges, and a big part of the job is teaching life skills, figuring out ways to manage behavior and helping the kids achieve goals.

If you or someone you know is interested in supporting individuals to become their best selves, apply to become a Support Specialist on our Careers page.

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