We’re hiring!

Children’s Resource Center is dedicated to helping the youth and families of Wood County find hope and happiness. We provide a Sanctuary for individuals to grow.

CRC is a non-profit mental health agency which provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health and substance abuse services for children and families. The agency has a strong commitment to trauma-informed care and has implemented the Sanctuary Model. CRC also qualifies for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Are you interested in joining our team?

Below are the opportunities currently available. Please send your cover letter and resume to the mailing address or email below.

Children’s Resource Center
P.O. Box 738
Bowling Green, OH 43402


Accounting Associate

Responsible for intermediate level accounting functions such as the processing of bi-weekly payroll and accounts payable. Administration of employee benefits. Support CFO with general ledger and account maintenance including subsidiary ledgers, reconciliations, data processing, data reports, budgeting, monthly financial statement reporting, and annual financial audit. Participates in cross training and backup planning.

Children’s Therapist

Part Time with some evenings required, for youth with co-occurring disorders: Minimum qualifications include: a master’s degree in a behavioral health discipline; Ohio licensure as counselor, social worker, marriage/family therapist or psychologist; clinical training/experience with children, youth, families. Prefer candidates with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders experience.

EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT – Putnam, Van Wert, Hancock Counties

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants (ECMHC) collaborate with child care providers and families caring for children with social-emotional-behavioral challenges that put them at risk for expulsion from child care settings or impact their success within care. Consultants work directly with licensed day care centers, and private and public preschools in developing trauma-focused programs and supportive social and emotional classrooms. This position serves centers and families in designated counties within Northwest Ohio and is supported by a state grant which has been maintained for the past 6 years and will be continued for the next 7-10 years.

EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT – Williams, Defiance, Henry, and Fulton Counties

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants (ECMHC) collaborate with child care providers and families caring for children with social-emotional-behavioral challenges that put them at risk for expulsion from child care settings or impact their success within care. Consultants work directly with licensed day care centers, and private and public preschools in developing trauma-focused programs and supportive social and emotional classrooms. This position serves centers and families in designated counties within Northwest Ohio and is supported by a state grant which has been maintained for the past 6 years and will be continued for the next 7-10 years.

Early Childhood Mental Health Professionals

Provide mental health consultation in several Northwest Ohio counties. Applicants should hold a Master’s degree in mental health or related field, a supporting license, and early childhood experience.

EARLY CHILDHOOD PARENT SUPPORT SPECIALIST – Williams, Defiance, Henry, and Fulton Counties

Early Childhood Prevention Specialist provides a variety of services to families including but not limited to: home-based parent support and education; group parent education; complete, score, and provide age appropriate strategies; consult with parents/childcare providers on topics of child development, challenging behavior, and general parenting; collaborate with community agencies; and advocate for families of young children in the community.

EARLY CHILDHOOD PARENT SUPPORT SPECIALIST – Wood County

Early Childhood Prevention Specialist provides a variety of services to families including but not limited to: home-based parent support and education; group parent education; complete, score, and provide age appropriate strategies; consult with parents/childcare providers on topics of child development, challenging behavior, and general parenting; collaborate with community agencies; and advocate for families of young children in the community.

Front Desk Receptionist/Administrative Support

Applicant must possess basic computer knowledge and a willingness to learn new tasks, multi-line phone system a plus. Position is 40 hours a week, (hours 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. M-TR & 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays).

Home Based Program Manager

Position responsibilities include clinical supervision of home based services: CPST, TBS, BHC as well as crisis intervention therapists. Position also includes program management and development, and staff training and development. This individual also serves as a member of the Leadership Team. Independent license in Social Work, Counseling, or Marriage and Family Therapy, or licensed Psychologist required. Must have significant clinical and/or supervisory experience in working with children and families.

Licensed Practical Nurse

Part time/Per Diem for Child Adolescent Mental Health agency to work with Psychiatrists in a setting similar to a doctor’s office. Medication administration and assessments with On call coverage for weekends and Holidays.

Mobile Response Stabilization

Master’s level, licensed therapist to provide after hours on-call crisis assessment/intervention for children/adolescents and their families. Hours are: Sunday through Thursday, 3pm to 12 am. Master’s degree in a behavioral health discipline; Ohio licensure as counselor, social worker, marriage/family therapist or psychologist.

Relief Worker/Behavior Specialist

Provide care and treatment to seriously emotionally disturbed children and adolescents in short term residential treatment. Knowledge of behavioral principles and interventions preferred. Must have experience in working with youth. Shifts vary as needed.