Court Liaison Opportunity - Brandywine Counseling & Community Services (Delaware)

Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. (BCCS) is a welcoming and innovative organization that contributes to stronger communities and enhances the quality of life of our clients. With integrity, we promote hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by substance use, mental health concerns, co-occurring diagnoses, HIV/AIDS, and their related challenges.

Post date: 11/21/20
Deadline: 2/21/21
Qualifications:

CADC (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor) Preferred
CCDP (Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional) Preferred
LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) Preferred
LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) Preferred

Education
REQUIRED: BS/BA in Behavioral Sciences, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Human Services, Social Work or related field.
PREFERRED: Masters Degree in Behavioral Sciences, Psychology, Criminal
Justice, Human Services, Social Work or related field.

Experience
Amount of Experience Type of Experience Required/Preferred
1 Year Healthcare/Medical - Substance Abuse/Addiction Medicine Required
1 Year Co-Occurring Disorders Preferred
Community Resources Preferred

Responsibilities:

The Court Liaison is primarily responsible for the clients assigned in the Court of Common Pleas. This position provides an array of educational, early intervention, prevention and support services to individuals entering into, or involved in a drug court program. The Court Liaison is responsible for providing quality, sufficient and appropriate services and for maintaining high professional standards along with attending court weekly and being liaison between Brandywine Counseling and the courts. Employee will be responsible to writing court reports and attending weekly court status hearings for our Drug Diversion client's. Employee will have to complete orientations, see clients for individual/case management sessions. Employee will need to facilitate educational groups.

To Apply

To apply, please visit our website: www.brandywinecounseling.org/employment

Licensed Counselor - Brandywine Counseling & Community Services (Wilmimgton)

Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. (BCCS) is a welcoming and innovative organization that contributes to stronger communities and enhances the quality of life of our clients. With integrity, we promote hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by substance use, mental health concerns, co-occurring diagnoses, HIV/AIDS, and their related challenges. BCCS is seeking full-time Counselors at our Wilmington (Lancaster Avenue) location.

Post date: 11/21/20
Deadline: 2/21/21
Qualifications:

• LCSW or LPCMH, required
• One year experience in the Drug and Alcohol Field

Responsibilities:

• Meet with assigned clients as required to formulate and carry out clinical goals.
• Assist with intake process prior to caseload assignment
• Conduct the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) assessment if approved as an assessor.
o Evaluate assigned clients and formulate treatment plan goals in consultation with the Clinical Supervisor.
o Treats clients using individual, group and/or family counseling/education as indicated on the treatment plan.
o Meet with Residential Case Manager and the client to ensure coordinated referrals.
o Observes urine testing when necessary.
o Review contingency contracts.
o Maintain appropriate written records.
o Provide outreach and educational activities in the community as required.
o Comply with all BCCS policies and procedures.
o Confer with the Clinical Supervisor on a daily basis for client-casing.
o Maintain appropriate written records and make sure the chart is in accordance with the Joint Commission and meets Delaware licensure standards and CSAT criteria.
o Participate in case-presentation at weekly meetings.
o Participate in staff meetings, training, and other office-related duties.
o Performs any other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

To Apply

To apply, please visit our website: www.brandywinecounseling.org/employment

Peer Specialist Lead - Marigold Health (Delaware)

We're looking for an experienced, DE-based peer specialist to take the lead delivering services via new model for technology-enabled peer support across the state. You'll directly engage members, build out a network of referring community agencies & providers, and eventually oversee the growth of Marigold's DE peer team.

Marigold Health exists to give every person with a mental health or substance use condition (~25% of American adults) a place to feel heard.

Our work is focused on remotely delivering evidence-based peer support to persons experiencing Life and Care transitions. We've designed a novel program that augments the efforts of peer workers with technology tools to help automate outreach and facilitate community linkages, as well as give persons served ("members") more avenues through receive support via anonymous support groups in a mobile app.

We're an early-stage, rapidly growing startup, with the potential in our new approach recognized by organizations ranging from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to the American Psychiatric Association. Our investors include top-tier venture capitalists, and our research collaborators are eminent investigators at Brown and Johns Hopkins. We currently work with a range of community-based mental health & substance use treatment providers, and are in the middle of our first state-wide implementation with a managed care organization.

Our Boston HQ has 6 working FT, with additional team members distributed. Our core values are authenticity, candor, and ambition.

Compensation: $22/hr + benefits (healthcare, dental, vision)

Post date: 11/4/20
Deadline: 2/4/21
Qualifications:

DE-Certified Peer Support Specialist
1000+ hours or minimum 2 years working as a peer post-certification
Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds
A willingness to speak to your personal lived experience with mental health and/or substance use conditions
Reliable access to internet in a private space (we will provide equipment, e.g a laptop computer)
Familiarity/comfort operating a smartphone, computer, and using software tools such as Microsoft Office
Be able to document member engagements in an electronic record
An ability to adapt to change - as a new program, we're continuously making changes based on results in the field
Training and/or experience supervising other peers is a significant plus
Fluency in Spanish is a significant plus
Experience delivering peer support digitally (e.g. on social media) is a significant plus

Responsibilities:

This person is someone we can count on to:

OWN their ability to stand confidently in their expertise

LEARN new innovative peer-support interventions

What You'll Do
Aid members in creating & documenting a wellness plan, including individualized goals and a crisis plan
Document member engagements in an electronic record
Engage a caseload via regularly scheduled phone touchpoints
Conduct outreach (phone, text, online) and administer assessments to your assigned clients
Support members asynchronously over text
Coordinate with Marigold care navigation staff, member family members, & other care providers in delivering support
Enroll members in appropriate digital interventions, e.g an app offering access to a 24/7 support group, and SMS-based check-ins
Use your experience to identify and engage a network of referring agencies, as well as add to an online database of member resources
Ensure continuous quality improvement relative to the engagement process and service delivery
Host virtual group events for the collective Marigold membership (groupchat, video)
Post-launch, oversee the growth of Marigold's peer team in DE, sourcing candidates and supervising other peers
Internally, bring a "peer perspective" to the design of new digital interventions, technology tools, and trainings
Externally, contribute to Marigold's blog to showcase peer voices (https://medium.com/marigold-health)
Adhere to Marigold Health's information, security and privacy requirements

INFORM non-peer Marigold Health team members and individuals who are unfamiliar with the peer framework of peer values and ethics as well as the history and importance of certified peer specialists

ENGAGE Marigold members in navigating the healthcare system and their social environment in a non-directive and supportive manner that promotes informed decision making and self-learning

To Apply

Inclusion is at the core of what we do. We’re working to bring care to the most underserved and stigmatized patients. We actively welcome applicants from a wealth of different backgrounds (including but not limited to race, gender, educational background, and sexual orientation). Unless we have diversity on our team and in our mindsets as we work together to move the needle on a deeply entrenched, systematic issue, we will fail.

Marigold Health is an equal opportunity employer.

Questions? Email jessica[AT] marigoldhealth.com for more info.

To Apply: https://jobs.lever.co/marigoldhealth/71d9fa4b-d790-47c4-94e7-8a66b5d36eeb

Peer Specialist Lead - Marigold Health (Delaware)

We're looking for an experienced, DE-based peer specialist to take the lead delivering services via new model for technology-enabled peer support across the state. You'll directly engage members, build out a network of referring community agencies & providers, and eventually oversee the growth of Marigold's DE peer team.

Marigold Health exists to give every person with a mental health or substance use condition (~25% of American adults) a place to feel heard.

Our work is focused on remotely delivering evidence-based peer support to persons experiencing Life and Care transitions. We've designed a novel program that augments the efforts of peer workers with technology tools to help automate outreach and facilitate community linkages, as well as give persons served ("members") more avenues through receive support via anonymous support groups in a mobile app.

We're an early-stage, rapidly growing startup, with the potential in our new approach recognized by organizations ranging from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to the American Psychiatric Association. Our investors include top-tier venture capitalists, and our research collaborators are eminent investigators at Brown and Johns Hopkins. We currently work with a range of community-based mental health & substance use treatment providers, and are in the middle of our first state-wide implementation with a managed care organization.

Our Boston HQ has 6 working FT, with additional team members distributed. Our core values are authenticity, candor, and ambition.

Compensation: $22/hr + benefits (healthcare, dental, vision)

Post date: 11/4/20
Deadline: 2/4/21
Qualifications:

DE-Certified Peer Support Specialist
1000+ hours or minimum 2 years working as a peer post-certification
Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds
A willingness to speak to your personal lived experience with mental health and/or substance use conditions
Reliable access to internet in a private space (we will provide equipment, e.g a laptop computer)
Familiarity/comfort operating a smartphone, computer, and using software tools such as Microsoft Office
Be able to document member engagements in an electronic record
An ability to adapt to change - as a new program, we're continuously making changes based on results in the field
Training and/or experience supervising other peers is a significant plus
Fluency in Spanish is a significant plus
Experience delivering peer support digitally (e.g. on social media) is a significant plus

Responsibilities:

This person is someone we can count on to:

OWN their ability to stand confidently in their expertise

LEARN new innovative peer-support interventions

What You'll Do
Aid members in creating & documenting a wellness plan, including individualized goals and a crisis plan
Document member engagements in an electronic record
Engage a caseload via regularly scheduled phone touchpoints
Conduct outreach (phone, text, online) and administer assessments to your assigned clients
Support members asynchronously over text
Coordinate with Marigold care navigation staff, member family members, & other care providers in delivering support
Enroll members in appropriate digital interventions, e.g an app offering access to a 24/7 support group, and SMS-based check-ins
Use your experience to identify and engage a network of referring agencies, as well as add to an online database of member resources
Ensure continuous quality improvement relative to the engagement process and service delivery
Host virtual group events for the collective Marigold membership (groupchat, video)
Post-launch, oversee the growth of Marigold's peer team in DE, sourcing candidates and supervising other peers
Internally, bring a "peer perspective" to the design of new digital interventions, technology tools, and trainings
Externally, contribute to Marigold's blog to showcase peer voices (https://medium.com/marigold-health)
Adhere to Marigold Health's information, security and privacy requirements

INFORM non-peer Marigold Health team members and individuals who are unfamiliar with the peer framework of peer values and ethics as well as the history and importance of certified peer specialists

ENGAGE Marigold members in navigating the healthcare system and their social environment in a non-directive and supportive manner that promotes informed decision making and self-learning

To Apply

Inclusion is at the core of what we do. We’re working to bring care to the most underserved and stigmatized patients. We actively welcome applicants from a wealth of different backgrounds (including but not limited to race, gender, educational background, and sexual orientation). Unless we have diversity on our team and in our mindsets as we work together to move the needle on a deeply entrenched, systematic issue, we will fail.

Marigold Health is an equal opportunity employer.

Questions? Email jessica[AT] marigoldhealth.com for more info.

To Apply: https://jobs.lever.co/marigoldhealth/71d9fa4b-d790-47c4-94e7-8a66b5d36eeb

Treatment Liaison - Brandywine Counseling & Community Services (Delaware)

Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. (BCCS) is a welcoming and innovative organization that contributes to stronger communities and enhances the quality of life of our clients. With integrity, we promote hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by substance use, mental health concerns, co-occurring diagnoses, HIV/AIDS, and their related challenges.

The Treatment Liaison is primarily responsible for assessments in order to determine appropriate level of care, as well as coordination of care for those who are referred to treatment services. The Drug Court Diversion Program provides an array of educational, early intervention, prevention and support services to individuals entering into, or involved in a drug court program. The Treatment Liaison is responsible for providing quality, sufficient and appropriate services and for maintaining high professional standards. Employee will be responsible to writing court reports and attending weekly court status hearings. Employee will have to complete intakes, see clients for individual/case management sessions. Employee may need to run groups as well.

Post date: 11/21/20
Deadline: 2/21/21
Qualifications:

CADC or CCDP preferred
Within one year must obtain certification as a CADC
Bachelors degree in Behavioral Science or related field REQUIRED
Masters degree in Behavioral Science or related field preferred
At least two years experience in the the drug and alcohol field REQUIRED

Responsibilities:

Client Contact and Responsibilities
The Treatment Liaison has daily contact with clients aimed at providing quality, sufficient and appropriate clinical care and linkage services.
Working Relationships
The Treatment Liaison works most closely with the Drug Court Diversion staff and the Drug Court Diversion Program Manager or designee. The Treatment Liaison also maintains strong working relationships with all BCCS staff.

To Apply

To apply, please visit our website: www.brandywinecounseling.org/employment