C4 Innovations

Community & Behavioral Health | Recovery | Social Change

C4 Innovations May Be the Place for You

C4 Innovations (formerly Center for Social Innovation) is a values-driven, woman-owned small business dedicated to advancing whole-person care, supporting recovery, achieving health and wellness, and improving outcomes for marginalized populations. We are subject matter experts, trainers, technical assistance specialists, clinicians, and evaluators who are committed to reducing disparities and advancing social change.

We put people first and prioritize lived experience. As a result, many of our staff bring first-hand knowledge of receiving and delivering services.

C4 Innovations is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce. We actively encourage applicants from minority racial and ethnic backgrounds as well as historically marginalized groups, including—but not limited to—people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, transgender or non-binary; people living with disabilities or serious mental health conditions; and people with lived experiences of recovery from substance use disorders, mental illness, homelessness, and trauma.

We offer challenging, meaningful work in a flexible environment. Our office is based in Massachusetts, but because we hire the best people for the job—no matter the location—many of our staff work from various places around the country.

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Career Opportunities

Project Assistant

Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy

Behavioral Health Specialist

Subject matter expert in mental health and substance use disorders

Substance Use, Recovery, Addiction Treatment Trainer (Part Time On Call)

Expertise in substance use disorder recovery and
treatment and training/technical assistance

Research Coordinator

Support for research projects and tasks

 

Trauma & Trauma-Informed Care Trainer (Part Time On Call)

Expertise in trauma, trauma-informed care, and training & technical assistance

SPARC Manager

Racial equity and housing stability subject matter expert for the Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities (SPARC) initiative

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