Care Coach (Part-Time) - Spanish Speaking

Charlie Health

Posted : 2023-11-16

Why Charlie Health?

Young people across the country need our help. The sad reality is that a mental health crisis has taken hold of our most vulnerable population—leading to record levels of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and self-harm. From Manhattan to Montana, this reality is compounded by issues of access, both geographic and financial. The mental health landscape is systemically broken, and our young people are suffering as a result.

Charlie Health has set out on a mission to reimagine how high acuity care is delivered to young people and families in crisis. Our initial offering is a virtual intensive outpatient program, which places peers with similar mental health experiences and goals into customized virtual groups. Our team of masters-level clinicians lead groups multiple times per week to deliver a higher level of care.

Our goal is to help young people and families heal together. Through a combination of exceptional medical and psychological care, engaged community partnerships, and best-in-class technology, we provide an unparalleled approach to recovery support that serves individual needs in an integrated way. Join us in our mission to ensure that every young person—regardless of location or socioeconomic status—can get the care that they deserve.

About the Role

Charlie Health is looking for motivated, empathetic individuals with fluency in the Spanish language to serve our incredible clients as a Care Coach. This candidate will play a critical role in our patients' experience at Charlie Health by supporting them throughout their treatment and beyond into our Alumni services - being their go-to-person when they need the extra motivation and encouragement to understand the importance of being committed to the entire healing process.

Care Coaches at Charlie Health are individuals who advocate for mental health and are personally passionate about ensuring successful, sustainable healing journeys of those around them. This candidate will be able to empathize with and validate the challenges our clients are navigating. Ultimately, the Care Coach will be their ally throughout treatment, someone who they can depend on to reignite their commitment to treatment and remind them that, oftentimes, the only way out is through.


  • Exhibits competency in personal recovery and is able to professionally translate their own experience to clients struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues.
  • Engages Charlie Health clients in 1:1 peer discussions via secure platforms to ensure clients are aligned in their treatment goals and accessing all services Charlie Health recommends for treatment.
  • Provides skill-based interventions aimed at stabilizing clients in moments of heightened stress
  • Provides risk screenings and safety planning, escalating to crisis clinicians as is indicated
  • Remains a point person for the client from the first IOP session through their closing session, and helps to engage them if their attendance declines.


  • Bachelor's degree (earned or in senior year) in Psychology, Sociology, Social Work or social/mental health related field and/or relevant certifications (Certified Peer Specialist - national or state accredited).
    • Highly Preferred: Previous expertise working with young adults and adolescents in both individual and group settings is highly preferred (Inpatient, IOP, PHP, or RTC)
    • Preferred: 1+ years experience in working as a mental health peer support or mentor
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required as well as knowledge of professional board standards as related to client treatment, client rights, and client confidentiality.
  • Eager to work in a fast-paced environment and play a critical role in supporting the success of patient treatment.
  • Fluent or Native/near-native proficiency in Spanish and English
    • Fluency: A person might consider themselves fluent in Spanish, suggesting they have a high level of proficiency that enables them to communicate effortlessly, understand complex texts, and navigate various social and professional situations with ease.
    • Native or near-native proficiency: This level indicates that the individual has either grown up speaking Spanish or has developed a command of the language so extensive that it is almost indistinguishable from that of a native speaker.


  • W2 part-time role
  • Must be available for 10 hours/week minimum
  • CCs must have availability:
    • Monday - Thursday from 5-8 pm MT (highly preferred) or
    • Monday - Thursday from 11-2pm MT (note: the AM availability portion might change in future as demand shifts back to PM)
    • Friday/Saturday availability preferred by not required
  • Have access to reliable WiFi to work in a remote and confidential setting.
  • Authorized to work in the United States and native or bilingual English proficiency.
  • Proficiency with cloud-based communication and software–Slack, Dropbox, Gmail, Zoom, Google Drive, EMR.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office–Excel, or Google Sheets.

Additional Information

The expected pay for this role will be $20.00 per hour.

So—what do you think?

If you've made it this far, well, we're excited to meet you too. Just one more thing that we want you to remember: we pride ourselves on our meritocratic, performance-driven culture. There are lives on the line, and we have young people to save. There's no room for complacency. Your scope of responsibility and opportunity to make a difference will be uncapped at Charlie Health, but we need your commitment that you will work tirelessly for our patients, parents, and partners. At the end of day, our team is committed to helping you succeed at Charlie Health because when you succeed, our patients succeed, and we get one step closer to solving the mental health crisis. We're hopeful that this role will give you the experience to go and do whatever you want in life but the fulfillment to make you never want to leave our team. We look forward to solving the mental health crisis, together.

Please do not call our public clinical admissions line in regards to this or any other job posting.

Please be cautious of potential recruitment fraud. If you are interested in exploring opportunities at Charlie Health, please go directly to our Careers Page: Charlie Health will never ask you to pay a fee or download software as part of the interview process with our company. In addition, Charlie Health will not ask for your personal banking information until you have signed an offer of employment and completed onboarding paperwork that is provided by our People Operations team. All communications with Charlie Health Talent and People Operations professionals will only be sent from email addresses. Legitimate emails will never originate from,, or other commercial email services.

Recruiting agencies, please do not submit unsolicited referrals for this or any open role. We have a roster of agencies with whom we partner, and we will not pay any fee associated with unsolicited referrals.

At Charlie Health, we value being an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to cultivate an environment where individuals can be their authentic selves. Being an Equal Opportunity Employer means every member of our team feels as though they are supported and belong. We value diverse perspectives to help us provide essential mental health and substance use disorder treatments to all young people.

Charlie Health applicants are assessed solely on their qualifications for the role, without regard to disability or need for accommodation.

Job Location
New York, New York, United States
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