There are few programmes that fit your area, and only one that I could
find that is exactly what you're looking for:
Lincoln University (PA) offers a Master of Human Service (MHS)
programme, whereas "Applicants without a bachelor's degree must have
five (5) years or more of progressive paid work experience in human
services to qualify for admission to the MHS Program" (SOURCE: Lincoln
University, Graduate Programmes,
Lincoln is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Cambridge College (MA, also holds distance learning programmes) is a
regionally accredited college that admits students with only partial
BA (50% of the credits, for example), and bases their admission
policies on factors other than grades (interviews, job experience,
"Master?s Program Applicants Without a Bachelor?s Degree:
Qualified students without bachelor?s degrees may be admitted to
selected graduate programs; see academic programs list.
Evidence of personal and professional accomplishment, and
demonstration of the academic and professional skills needed to
succeed in graduate study
High school diploma or GED certificate
Eight years of responsible work experience after
Counseling Psychology ? please ask your admission representative
about scheduling a meeting with the program coordinator or designee."
(SOURCE: Cambridge College, Application Forms,
The college has several masters that would fit you, but especially the
master programme in Counseling Psychology (36 credit concentration -
Wayne State University also offers a related masters degree, yet not
titled as "Human/Social Services":
"The Master of Arts Degree in Recreation and Park Services is a
34-semester-hour program and is open to students with or without a
bachelor's degree in the field. Students may emphasize either
Recreation Administration or Therapeutic Recreation. For students with
an interest in working with the aged, a 40-hour specialization plan
allows students to meet the requirements for both a master of arts
degree and a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology through the Wayne
State University Institute of Gerontology."
There are more masters programmes (mostly MBA) that one could do
without having a full BA, and based on their experience. I hope this
answered your question. Please contact me if you need any further
clarification on this answer before you rate it. My search strategy
"without a bachelor" , [master without bachelor] + [name of discipline].