Instead of teaching math or science, some teachers help create
the path to a healthier way of life.

Across Oregon, there is a shortage of Behavioral Health workers within nearly every field, including mental health, substance abuse, intellectual and developmental disabilities, children’s services, brain injury, physical disabilities, rehabilitation services, and more. Hundreds of these positions go unfilled every year, waiting for people like you.

As critical as this workforce issue is to ensure people in need receive the best care possible, it’s also a huge opportunity for caring, compassionate people who want a career that is more than a job.

Change your life and someone else’s at the same time. Join those who are making a difference in the lives of individuals and families in need. There are hundreds of new, enriching career opportunities currently available across Oregon.

If you want to make a difference in the Rogue Valley, visit ARC’s Careers Page to find a career with purpose.

If you live outside the area and are still seeking a new career, visit Qualified to Care to learn more.