It’s More Than a Career – It’s a Purpose!

Seven Counties Services is a Community Mental Health Center that offers a full range of mental and behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment, and intellectual and developmental disabilities services in a seven-county region in Kentucky. With 30+ offices throughout Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble counties, Seven Counties Services employs over 1500 professionals and serves over 30,000 individuals annually. Both fully accredited by The Joint Commission and nationally recognized for effective services and treatments since 1978, Seven Counties Services ranks amongst the top care providers and employers of choice in Kentucky!


We are looking for passionate individuals driven by the opportunity to serve a community in need. Our culture at Seven Counties Services is built on the vision to boldly provide quality care and health services to improve the lives of individuals and families. Our commitment is to strengthen the community, starting with helping our staff reach their healthiest potential.

Competitive Compensation

Supporting our staff financially is essential to us! We ensure fair and competitive pay by working with best-in-class compensation consultant groups to evaluate pay structures according to the latest market trends. Other exciting incentives include a 403B retirement plan with a 5% company match. Certain positions also qualify for sign-on and referral bonuses.

Worklife Balance & Well Being

We demonstrate our value of health and family through our generous employee health benefits packages and paid time off! Low-cost medical plans include both PPO and HDHP options. Additional options include but are not limited to dental, vision, life, & legal insurance, flexible spending account, health savings account (with employer contribution), life insurance, long & short-term disability, accident & critical illness, employee assistance plan, employee health clinic, and more.

Paid time off includes vacation days, sick days, personal days, paid holidays, and more.

Career Stability & Growth

We believe in investing in our employees to drive long-term growth within our professionals and the organization. You are encouraged to develop your professional skills in areas that will benefit you within the organization. To assist you on your journey, we offer a professional training institute, continuing education hours, professional licenses and certifications, tuition reimbursement, student loan repayment, internal job posting, and advancement opportunities.

Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion

We provide our employees with every opportunity to be successful by embracing the diverse community we serve. Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion extends to identities beyond race and gender; we extend it to include sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, disabilities, religion, and more. We embrace all employees and provide equality of opportunity, allowing everyone a voice. We welcome and treat everyone with dignity and respect. Regardless of the journey, every person’s story is honored.

Jefferson County Internship Consortium

Jefferson County Internship Consortium (JCIC) is a full-time psychology doctoral internship that offers doctoral interns a unique blend of experiences and trainings to support preparing future psychologists for public health sector.

Our consortium consists of several agencies including Seven Counties Services (Community Mental Health Center), Bellewood & Brooklawn (Adolescent Residential Facility), Kentucky Correctional Psychiatric Center, and Central State Hospital (Adult State Hospital). The JCIC internship is a generalist program designed to prepare interns for licensed professional practice, with the particular focus on public-sector mental health services and collaborative consultation with other health service providers and community agencies.

JCIC Offers

  • Diverse training experiences with rotations including, but not limited to, inpatient treatment, outpatient therapy, forensic assessment, psychological testing, specialized trauma work, and immigrant/refugee work.
  • An emphasis on quality training, including being trained in several evidence-based practices, with the opportunity for extensive supervision covering multiple theoretical orientations.
  • A unique opportunity to conduct therapy sessions while receiving live supervision.
  • Multiple opportunities to consult and collaborate within multidisciplinary treatment teams.

To review the Internship Admissions, Support, and Initial Placement Data.

View the Jefferson County Internship Consortium Handbook.

Questions? Please contact our Training Director, Dr. Emily Calvert.

*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
Phone: (202) 336-5979