Job & Career Openings at Tidwell Social Work

Work with Meaning and Purpose

Tidwell is working to foster well-being in individuals of all ages, cultures, and faiths. Tidwell Social Work is on the front line, building communities and participating in their successes. We believe that other cultures should be embraced and respected for their contributions to, and enrichment of, our community. This belief is an extension of the work culture here. Our employees are treated with dignity and respect. Each team member at Tidwell is respected for the contribution they make and the expertise they bring to the organization.

Wouldn’t it be great to work somewhere that cares about you? Take it from us, it is. We know how important it is to balance life’s demands. Our mission, vision, and goals depend on the women and men who make up Tidwell Social Work’s organization. Our team members are the seeds from which the goodness we plant grows. If this sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, check out the opportunities listed or submit your resume for future openings today.


Community Based Rehabilitation Service Worker

Community Based Rehabilitation Service Worker

Tidwell Social Work Services & Consulting, Inc is actively seeking a CBRS worker who is a self-motivated individual interested in working with cross-cultural clients and with children and adults.

Tidwell Social Work is a unique clinic serving refugees in their healing process as well as more traditional populations of adults, children, and families.

Interest and knowledge of trauma treatment is a must. It is preferable that candidate enjoy working with children and be familiar with treatment models specific to serving populations with mental health diagnoses.

Position is currently perpetually open (03/20/2021) and is a part-time position.

Applicant must have Bachelor’s Degree in a human services related field.

Interested individuals please send contact Anthony Garibai at

Certified Family Support Partner

Certified Family Support Partner (CFSP)

Boise, ID
Salary: $16.00 to $19.45 /hour

Minimum requirements include:

  • IDHW Family Support Certification
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • State and/or federal background clearance
  • Valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • Basic proficiency with computers
  • Prior experience working with families and/or children with mental health challenges a plus

The Family Support Partner will provide services to families who are currently raising a child who struggles with a severe and persistent mental illness or emotional disturbance and who is receiving mental health treatment. Family support services promote hope, wellness and recovery outcomes for the identified child and their natural support system. Services are typically delivered in the family’s home.

Interested individuals please contact Rama Deen at (208) 853-5095 or