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About Yellow Heart Committee

Yellow Heart Committee (YHC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization mobilizing to support the holistic mental health of trauma survivors through policy advocacy, education, and community outreach. This is achieved through our pillars of HEART: Healing, Empowerment, Advocacy, Relationships, and Therapy. Yellow Heart Committee aims to create a world where the barriers between people and policy are broken, and survivors of trauma have access to spaces for holistic healing and comprehensive education.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We strive to be an organization that lives into its beliefs around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). We welcome and expect our current and future team members to join us on this collective journey.

Project Summary

This program is in partnership with City Church Fairfield. The City Livin’ Center is a faith-based, but not faith required, affordable facility with a minimum of a year stay (12 month) where lives change! We provide hope and help for those struggling with substance abuse, depression, anger, control, past physical and sexual abuse, and other life-controlling issues:*. The only key piece this Church was missing was support for mental health and survivors of trauma and that’s where YHC (Yellow Heart Committee) comes into play.

The program will include a Pre, mid, and post test to evaluate the quality and impact of the program. Community Pulses has three group therapy options (men, women, and co-ed) to cover a variety of topics ranging from PTSD and family trauma to relationships and anxiety. For a select few, we have individual therapy as an option to help support those that may need a more intimate environment.

Key Responsibilities

We believe that through inclusive, digestible, and relatable mental health education, we can empower future generations to take charge of their personal and communal mental health standards. This will help guide us towards a future where mental health is treated with appropriate attention and care, and earnest dialogues are practiced and participated in through good faith.

  • Create a lesson plan for each session of group therapy or individual therapy that address the subjects guided by our pillars of H.E.A.R.T, which are Healing, Empowerment, Advocacy, Relationships, and Therapy

  • Lead group therapy sessions with adult participants for at least two hours a week

  • Report on weekly assessments and attendance


Top candidates for this role must have:

  • Must be either a social worker, counselor, therapist, psychologist, or current student in the field working towards clinical hours

  • At least 1 year of experience

  • A bachelor's degree

  • Analytical

  • Computer-literate

  • Able to collaborate with multiple individuals at varying levels

  • Effective in written communication

  • Able to establish effective working relationships with YHC staff and City Church

  • Creative

  • A leader

  • Individually manage their own resources and time to deliver client-ready work

  • Operationalize a scope of work (e.g. take big goals and objectives and create a concrete plan)

Preferred candidates will:

  • Hold or working towards an advanced degree in a related field

Expectations of Team Members

  • Effectively Works as a Team Player

  • Builds and supports a cohesive team to accomplish project goals

  • Operates with self-awareness and maintains perspective to support the team

  • Takes responsibility for addressing team challenges

  • Presents information to partners and YHC colleagues in a clear and concise manner, both written and oral

  • Demonstrates active listening skills that demonstrate empathy and understanding

  • Matches communication style to the context and need

Promotes Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness

  • Seeks out, values, and responds to cultures-including perspectives, experiences different from one’s own

  • Understands, anticipates, and plans for the ways that culture impacts our work with both partners and other Mass Insight staff

  • Helps build cultural awareness in other staff

  • Uses knowledge of staff, including their cultural perspectives, experiences, interests, and concerns, to differentiate management; uses knowledge of self to account for how one’s beliefs, values, biases, and work preferences affect one’s staff


This is a volunteer position and can be used for resume building and experience.

Please email with any questions.

If interested, please apply directly using this link:

This link can also be found on our website,

Applications are due September 20, 2021, and only applications submitted through the google form will be accepted.

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1877 Blue Rock Court, Fairfield, CA 94534, US

Mission Statement

Yellow Heart Committee is a non-profit organization mobilizing to support the holistic mental health of trauma survivors through policy advocacy, education, and community outreach. This is achieved through our pillars of HEART: Healing, Empowerment, Advocacy, Relationships, and Therapy.


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We'll work with your schedule.


743 East Tabor AvenueFairfield, CA 94533



  • Mental Health
  • Counseling / Mental Health
  • Psychology
  • Social Work




  • Two hours a week

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