New Positions Open at BHN

Join the team at BHN!

Helpline Responder -

The Helpline Project is a new effort to provide help, support, and education to anyone who wants to prevent or stop their domestic violence abusive behaviors, victims of abuse, as well as family, friends, and professionals who want to support a person’ efforts to stop. Helpline staff compassionately work with callers to examine and practice the behaviors of non-abusers, help hold callers accountable for their behavior, and connect them with further resources to encourage long-term change. The Helpline Project aims to strengthen the current efforts of agencies and communities working to end domestic violence.

SAFEPLAN Court-Based Advocate -

SAFEPLAN is a court-based program funded by the Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance to help victims seeking protection from abuse from sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. SAFEPLAN serves probate and district courts throughout Massachusetts, employing advocates in local community-based agencies like BHN that provide services for those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.

Domestic Violence Advocate – Phone Based -

Through BHN’s variety of Domestic Violence programs, we offer supportive individual and group services to help those who feel unsafe in their intimate partnerships or are questioning the health of their dating or partner relationships.

Domestic Violence Advocate -

Join our team of competent and compassionate professionals as a Domestic Violence Advocate in the Domestic Violence Services program at Behavioral Health Network! This position is a part-time opportunity with potential to grow into full-time.

Group Facilitator – IPAEP Program -

The Proteus program at Behavioral Health Network is for men who are committed to becoming safe and accountable relationship partners. Individuals within the program meet for two hours weekly to change their beliefs and attitudes regarding domestic violence for the better.