Job Openings

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You may also text JOINDBH to 1(833) 709-1226 to receive text message notifications of new job opportunities with DBH.

Internship Programs

DBH Internship Programs provide interns with a quality training experience that will prepare them to become competent, effective, and ethical clinicians, medical providers and administrators.

DBH values diversity in its clients and interns and is committed to providing an educational experience that promotes respect, caring, compassion, and understanding.

Internships and/or residencies and practicums are offered in:

  • Bachelor’s in Social Work (BSW)
  • Master’s in Social Work (MSW)
  • Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT)
  • Doctorate in Psychology
  • Psychiatry Residency
  • Medical Student Partnerships
  • Medical Assistant Internships
  • Policy and Administration

Click here to learn more about the APA-accredited Health Service Psychology Internship Program.

For more information or to apply, call (800) 722-9866 or email

Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 336-5979 |

Volunteer Services Program

DBH’s Volunteer Services Program promotes civic and community participation by encouraging behavioral health clients (consumers), family members, students, and community members to have an active role in the recovery process by volunteering with DBH.

The program accepts applications from people, over the age of 16, with current or past experience with behavioral health issues (your own or that of a family member or friend) or people who desire to explore career options in the field of behavioral health.

For more information, call (909) 252-4017 or email


DBH values a well-trained and competent workforce. We accomplish this in part through the Workforce Education and Training (WET) program, funded by the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). The WET program is designed to address the County’s workforce education and training needs by developing strategies and educational programs that support our staff and the community we serve. For more information, call (800) 722-9866 or email