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FCSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Family Centered Services of Alaska (FCSA) is a nationally accredited nonprofit 501(c) (3) corporation founded in 1989 and managed by a nine member board of directors. The original founders of the organization were community members with a diverse range of professional backgrounds committed to helping children with a wide spectrum of mental health diagnosis. Today the organization provides individualized mental health and substance abuse treatment, and education services to children, young adults, and their families in the least restrictive setting possible.
The top priority of the organization is to provide treatment and support to children and families so that they may have the opportunity to live happy and meaningful lives. The core value of FCSA as noted in our mission statement is “unconditional care” this is the basis for how services are delivered, how staff are trained, and how programs are designed. We strive to achieve our core foundational value by providing individualized services to children using a treatment plan that is inclusive of the child, family, nonprofessional and professional
The Human Resource Department is committed to providing excellent service by partnering with management to recruit and retain a highly qualified and diverse staff, facilitate positive employee relations, and train employees to enhance skills, performance and job satisfaction. Human Resources creates and implements programs to increase organizational effectiveness, and delivers fair and competitive benefit and compensation programs.
The HR Director is responsible for the management of employment policies and practices, ensuring fair and equitable treatment of employees, compliance with regulatory agencies, and conducting or making arrangements to meet all staff training needs.