New Opportunities at Kinship House!

Kinship House is a non-profit that was founded in 1996 and provides outpatient mental health services to foster and adopted children and their families. We specialize in championing children and families with target interventions during all stages of foster care, reunification, and adoption. In over twenty years of providing mental health services, we have served thousands of local children on their journey to the care only a permanent and healthy family can provide. With almost 3,000 children in foster care annually in the Tri-county area, we support foster children as they find their forever home.  Our mission is to champion the successful permanency of each foster child who comes to our door. We understand that each individual’s unique history, culture, and needs must be considered as they journey to stable, healthy homes.

Kinship House is currently seeking to fill two positions:

  • A part-time Front Desk Administrator -Kinship House, an established small local non-profit agency serving foster and adoptive children and families, has an open Front Desk position. The position requires the performance of front desk office duties, assisting the administrative staff in the daily operations of the agency. The position requires a high level of detail, strong internal and external customer service and a self-directed willing to pitch in work style. Candidates will be experienced with Microsoft Office, have database entry and information retrieval skills and ideally previous experience in a healthcare/social service setting and electronic charting systems.


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  • A full-time Child & Family Therapist -Kinship House is seeking to fill a fulltime clinician position to provide assessment, child and family therapy with foster and adopted children and in support of the intergenerational community at our new Bridge Meadows Beaverton location.


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