The Kent ACT team provides non-traditional community based mental health treatment to promote the recovery and community integration of 100 adults with serious mental illnesses and co-occurring substance use disorders living in the community to reduce use of ERs and inpatient hospital stays. The Case Manager is an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team of mental health clinicians. The Case Manager delivers routine ACT treatment services such as wellness self-management counseling, integrated dual disorder treatment, daily living skills, and general case management. This is a field-based position and requires at least 75% of services to be provided to participants in their homes, shelters, places of employment, vocational and education settings, and other community settings.
At least one year of relevant experience
At least Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Area
• Fluency in Spanish preferred
• CADC, CAADC or CCDP required
• At least Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Area
• At least one year of relevant experience
• Ability to pass a drug screen and background check
• Valid driver’s license and car insurance
• Highly organized andself-motivated
• Proficient in computers
• Attend ACT team daily meetings
• Provide education to team members regarding vocational/educational issues
• Develop recovery plans in collaboration with the participant and the participant’s support system
• Involve family and other natural supports in the participant’s treatment with the ACT team and provide psycho-education to supports as needed
• Complete comprehensive assessment, crisis plans, progress notes, and other required paperwork as required
• Assess and provide supports to participants to address needs for problem-solving, wellness self-management, housing, education and vocational training, social supports, and employment.
• Act as an advocate and liaison for participants to seek and gain access to adult education, vocational training and competitive employment
• Provide 24-hour on-call services and crisis intervention, on a rotating basis
• Provide 75% percent of treatment contacts in the community
• Provide culturally competent services that are individualized to participant's needs and reflect the integration of their race, color, religious creed, disability, handicap, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, national origin, age and sex
• Maintain confidentiality and adhere to HIPAA
• Perform other duties as required by Team Leader/Unit Director
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.
Premier Staffing Source, Inc. is seeking Certified Peer Recovery Specialists in New Castle, DE. The peer specialist serves as an integral part of our client’s team that provides an array of services to individuals with mental health and substance abuse issues.
• A minimum of a high school diploma or GED; some college preferred
• Must have current Peer Certification
• The candidate shall self-identify as it relates to behavioral health and related challenges.
• Acts as an advocate for the individual
• Provides emotional and psychological support to individuals with mental illness, substance use disorders and /or co-occurring disorders
• Maintain contact with the individual and follows through with linkages to applicable community resources
• May conduct periodic well-being home visits and/or phone calls for a specific time through phone calls, emails, and/or visits as determined in the treatment plan
• May work as part of a mobile team to support individuals recently released from incarceration
• Provide brief intervention, support and guidance to the next applicable level of care and/or assist with the attainment of eligible benefits
• May facilitate peer support groups with Peer Coordinator.
• Provide support to families of the consumer
• Maintain progress notes and provide timely and accurate documentation that meets requirements
• Contributes to effective teamwork by combining skills and lived experiences
• Develops collaborative partnerships with community organizations
• Able to work independently and as a team member
• Serves as a positive role model for the consumer
• Maintain boundaries with the service population to determine risk and safety while balancing the best interest of the consumer
ARS is a healthcare company, that provides medication and counseling to people suffering from substance use disorder, as they work towards personal goals and overall wellness. Respect, Empowerment, Professionalism, and Excellence are operationalized at all levels of the organization. Input and ideas from patients and staff at all levels is encouraged and incorporated into our daily activities, interactions and strategic plan.
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for ensuring quality clinical services are provided to patients and their families. The Clinical Supervisor leads the counseling team and provides supervision to all counselors, counselor assistants, and interns. The Clinical Supervisor facilitates Clinical Meetings and participates in interdisciplinary team.
At least 5 years of experience in the substance abuse and mental health field
Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or similar mental health field
Proficient in the use of personal computers
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Successful completion of State required background check and required training.
Provides supervision, leadership, and clinical guidance to counseling team.
Works closely with the Executive Director and Medical Director and counselors to ensure clients receive the highest quality care.
Acts as a mentor and coach to help counselors develop their clinical skills.
Works with the Director of Clinical Services to monitor the quality of clinical services and implement best clinical practices to meet the needs of the community.