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Survivor Services

100 South Broad Street, 17th Floor.
Philadelphia, PA 19110

All referrals
215.701.1560 PHONE
215.701.1575 FAX

Safety & Responsibility Services

1211 Chestnut Street, 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Adolescent referrals (ages 12 and up)
215.665.8606 PHONE

Adult referrals
215.665.8670 PHONE
215.665.8611 FAX

JJPI at Family Support Line

53 West Baltimore Pike, Suite 300
Glen Mills, PA 19342

215.701.1560 PHONE

JJPI at Laura H. Carnell School

1100 Devereaux Ave.
Phila, PA 19111

610.268.9145 PHONE

Careers at JJPI

Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI), an affiliate of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), seeks talented employees from diverse backgrounds. As an equal opportunity employer, JJPI does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class. Our equal employment opportunity philosophy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruiting, hiring, training, transfer/promotion, compensation, and benefits.

As part of the PHMC family of companies, JJPI offers a comprehensive benefits package, including excellent healthcare options, all of which include dental and vision coverage. JJPI also provides access to an employee assistance program (EAP), contributions towards bachelors and master's degree programs, and the opportunity to participate in PHMC-sponsored master's degree programs, which include MPH and MBA options. In addition, we offer a generous paid time off package, including vacation, personal, sick, and 10 agency-recognized holidays. JJPI also offers a competitive 401k plan with an employee match. For our clinical employees, JJPI provides ample opportunity for clinical supervision and consultation and  JJPI supervisors may be able to provide supervision towards LPC, LCSW, and psychology licensure. JJPI also supports our staff to be trained in evidence-based practices. Outpatient clinicians at JJPI may deliver treatment via in-person and telehealth modalities.

JJPI's mission is to "Restore Hope with Dignity" and we are looking for exceptional people who can help contribute to our mission.  

As an organization, JJPI is committed to a set of ten values that contribute to making JJPI an effective and positive place to work, and in turn allow us to thrive as an organization. You can read more about our values here. Consistent with JJPI's value of "Diversity", we especially encourage diverse applicants to apply for open positions at JJPI.

If you think that our mission and values are a good fit for you and are interested in working at JJPI, please search our currently open positions at Public Health Management Corporation’s Job Listings Page.