Mental Health Manager Job Description Sample
Mental Health Case Manager
REFUGE is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Mental Health Case Manager to join our residential treatment center team! REFUGE provides short-term therapeutic residential services to at-risk youth and adolescents using a team based approach focused on motivational interviewing and behavioral interventions.
- Provide case management services to the youth and families
- Act as the care coordinator and collaborate with the rest of the treatment team
- Conduct regular individual skill building and weekly group skill building sessions
- Complete documentation as required by licensing and Refuge policies
- Manage client schedules, appointments and visitations
- Assist with special activities and crisis intervention, as necessary
- Actively participate in house and agency team and clinical meetings
- Bachelor's degree (preferred in social work, psychology or counseling field)
- Own vehicle with California driver's license and insurance
- Ability to build rapport with clients
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong leadership qualities
- Experience in MediCal documentation and/or billing preferred
- Experience working with children in out of home care preferred
- Case Management experience preferred
Mental Health Case Manager
Email cover letter and resume. NOW HIRING!
CER, A NON-PROFIT, FOCUSING ON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH, IS NOW HIRING FOR FULL TIME CASE MANAGERS. Must be available 8am to 5pm Monday-Friday. This is a full-time position. We are hiring for "Field Case Manager" and "Clinic Case Manager." Field Case Manager requires a car, Clinic Case Manager does not.
CHALLENGING POSITION: As a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit agency working with the homeless mentally ill population, we are Mission-driven and our employees are motivated by the desire to help those who need it most. We are under service and admin requirements from the State of Hawaii and other contractors. This means our program is complex and continually changing. It means that our employees have to be flexible and able to work within a challenging State and Federal system. It's a challenging position!
REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of a Bachelor's degree with related coursework is preferred. At least 12 months of full time equivalent experience (employment or volunteer) with any specialized population, such as the mentally ill, is preferred. Candidates must have a history of stable and consistent employment. Training is provided. Must have a clean criminal background check as relates to the position. Must have access to a vehicle and valid driver's license, clean driving abstract, and valid safety check (Field CM only).
FULL COMMITMENT: This is not a second job. Candidates must be fully committed full time to the nonprofit agency Monday through Friday.
NATURE OF THE CASE MANAGER POSITION: The Case Manager helps the mentally ill integrate into the community using a written Recovery Plan: Obtaining psychiatrist visits, medications, housing, substance abuse treatment, etc. It is a field position as opposed to working in an office. Transporting clients is sometimes required. This is a flexible position in terms of structuring your own workday. Never punch a time clock again! This position is for those with a social conscience, who want to help people who have trouble helping themselves.
COMPENSATION FOR CASE MANAGER: Training pay is $10 per hour for 40 hours per week, for two to eight weeks, until you build up your caseload. After that, pay is $30,000 annually for a full caseload.
DEMANDING DUTIES: A lot of paperwork and other responsibilities. ALL progress notes must be submitted to the EMR within 24 hours of service delivery. ALL consumer Recovery Plans and paperwork must be updated minimally every six (6) months. ALL acuity Face-to-Face visits must be made or attempted during the month. Treatment team meetings 1x per month, clinical supervision 2x per month, ongoing behavioral health training 4x per month (2 of which are on line), and meeting with Team Leader/Program Manager 1x per week.
SUPPORT AND HIGH STANDARDS: You have plenty of support from your supervisors and program managers. You meet at least once a week with your program manager to review your Performance Matrix. We are a small, close-knit agency and not a corporate giant. We expect that all our employees perform in a top-notch manner and give 110% percent daily. We hold all our employees to high standards!
BENEFITS: Agency pays for HMSA medical/dental/prescription health benefits. Cell phone (or monthly stipend) and laptop provided at no cost to the employee. Currently the agency provides no mileage reimbursement. Paid time off as long as client visits are made by you, or by members of your Treatment Trio.
WORK WITH A LOCAL NONPROFIT, WITH A CLOSE-KNIT AND DEDICATED STAFF, FOCUSED ON HELPING THE MENTALLY ILL INTEGRATE INTO THE COMMUNITY AND HELPING TO INCREASE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.
Email cover letter and resume. NOW HIRING!
Mental Health Skill Building Case Manager
JOB TITLE: Mental Health Skill Building Case Manager
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Program Director
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
FULL AND PART TIME CM POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE!
THIS POSITION REQUIRES A BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN A HUMAN SERVICES RELATED FIELD, AND AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD. ALL RESUMES WITHOUT BOTH REQUIREMENTS WILL BE RECYCLED
§ Take a systems approach to working with clients with serious mental illness and/or dually diagnosed, including working with legal representatives and other professionals
§ Maintain regular contact with the referent and other professionals
§ Provide training and reinforcement of activities of daily living skills to adult and or emancipated clients with serious mental illness and/or dually diagnosed
§ Maintain professionalism while demonstrating concern for clients
§ Provide required paperwork in a timely manner
§ Provide services that are appropriate as follows:
§ Ensures compliance with all applicable rules regulations, and statutes
§ Prepares services based on written diagnostic assessments, from multiple perspectives, including family functioning, psychological/emotional, social, academic, medical, behavioral, substance abuse, skills, strengths, barriers to economic self-sufficiency, treatment history, and others, and utilizing various assessment instruments
§ Facilitates wraparound team members, and clearly identifying problem areas and needs, strategies, and service objectives and to identify additional resources and supports
§ Prepares written service plan, incorporating input from clients, involved service providers, and wraparound team members and clearly identifying problem areas and needs, strategies, and service objectives
§ Provides direct clinical services to clients, including individual
§ Documents case activities for both clinical and billing purposes
§ Prepares progress reports as required by referral source or service purchaser
§ Collaborates and coordinates with other case involved service providers and professionals, such as attorneys, social workers, and probation counselors
§ Links clients with external programs or services, such as health services, recreational activities, child care services, financial resources, employment resource, child care, AA/NA groups, transportation resources and others
§ Attends court hearings when families are court-involved and presents testimony and treatment recommendations as requested by attorneys, referral source, the court, or clients
§ Guides, collaborates, and coordinates with mentors regarding service strategies and case management, ensuring the adequate exchange of information and assigning mentors case management duties
§ Prepares written Discharge Summary and Plan
QMHPP, QMHP, LMHP trained and experienced in providing psychiatric or mental health services to individuals who have a psychiatric or mental health diagnosis. Master’s degree or bachelor’s degree in human services or related field preferred with at least one- year clinical experience.
Mental Health Program Manager I
THIS POSITION IS LOCATED IN MODESTO, CA.
Position Summary –
The Core Program Manager (CPM I) is responsible for hiring, training, supervising and evaluating staff, inclusive of performance management. The CPM I has oversight of the program(s) budget and reports and interfaces with funder partners. The CPM I is responsible for program(s) oversight, including quality assurance and program compliance, including required documentation to federal, state, and funder, and Agency standards. The CPM I is also responsible for budgetary and strategic planning related to the program(s) they oversee. CPM I is responsible for upholding and supervising to the Agency’s operational, financial, personnel and practice rules, policies and procedures
- Master’s degree in a related field and a minimum of one year prior management experience; or when allowed by program, contract or licensing body a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and a minimum of two years experience managing a program in the field of family and community services.
- A minimum of two years experience working in a related field / setting (community based, social services, behavioral health, school based or residential setting).
- Meets all state required conditions of employment as set forth by funder and Community Care Licensing for a Licensed Community Care facility; i.e. Fingerprint and Child Abuse Index clearance, TB/Health Physical. Valid CDL and clean driving record.
Why Choose Us? *For Full-Time Employees*
- Competitive compensation and benefits
- Medical Insurance
- Vision and Dental insurance
- 401 K option
- Life Insurance
- A Generous amount of PTO!
- Paid Holidays including your Birthday!
What matters to us most?
- Our clients! We modify our service and care based on our client's needs.
- You! Providing our employees with the best work-life balance.
We engage in value-based decision making to create the best possible outcomes for all our stakeholders, including our employees. We offer an excellent work environment and competitive benefits. Our network of enthusiastic team members is dedicated to bringing out the inner hero of the children, youth, families and communities we serve.
Our organizational culture is defined by the values of respect, integrity, courage and hope. If these values are inspiring to you and you thrive in a collaborative, team-based environment then Aspiranet may be the right choice for you. Take a look at our current opportunities and complete an online application. You may be one step closer to making a difference in your community.
Aspiranet offers a competitive benefits package to full-time employees that are aimed at supporting your health and wellness, financial planning, work life balance, and protection from the unexpected.
We understand your desire to continue to grow in the role. We are known for providing high quality services, excellent staff training and opportunities for advancement into supervisory and other roles within the organization.
The greatest benefit of a career at Aspiranet is the difference you make in the lives of our clients.
Aspiranet is proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer; all applicants will be given full consideration under state, local, and federal law.
Mental Health Skill-Building Case Manager
~~CAREER OPPORTUNITY: MENTAL HEALTH SKILL-BUILDING CASE MANAGER
Behavioral Health and Wellness Center is a community-based organization that provides Mental Health Skill Building Services to individuals with serious mental health issues. We are currently seeking case managers.
Education Requirements: Must have 1 year of qualified experience working with adults with serious mental health issues. Candidate must possess a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology or a related field from an accredited college; or a Bachelors Degree in an un-related field with 3 years of experience.
Qualifications: Qualified individual must be client-oriented, solution focused and able to work with individuals in the community and their homes to assist them with linking to community resources, creating individual service plans and advocating for their needs. Strong verbal and written communication is a must.
Other requirements: Valid VA driver’s license and current insurance. Must possess and maintain a safe and reliable form of transportation to be used daily for client duties. Candidate must also possess a working laptop or desktop computer and a reliable cell phone.
Our mission is to provide quality services to the individuals we serve. We will treat those individuals with dignity and respect and reflect a positive influence in the community. BHWC provides a supportive program along with a team approach to help individuals with mental health issues become independent and productive members of society.
Please visit our website at bhwc-va.com
House Manager - Mental Health
Community Based Flexible Supports provide individuals referred by the Department of Mental Health with access to rehabilitation, clinical treatment, employment, housing, wellness and peer services, with ancillary supports that will be coordinated in partnership with the individual. Services are designed to be flexible and to promote resiliency and recovery for all participants.
This role is a great opportunity to utilize personal strengths, interests, and creativity in fostering a safe, supportive living environment for persons served. The House Manager will function as part of a multi-disciplinary team within CBFS in order to help support the rehabilitative goals for individuals served
Successful candidates will be energetic, self-starters who are able to think outside of the box and adapt to varying workplace situations.
As a House Manager you will:
- Instill hope and promote recovery in interactions with persons served, staff, families, other providers and the public;
- Provide intervention and leadership in crisis situations, coordinating immediate response and ongoing prevention measures, promoting safety of persons served, staff and community, and protecting human rights;
- Establish staffing level needs and responsibilities in conjunction with Congregate Sites Director, ensuring that staffing is commensurate with service needs and within budget limitations;
- Provide regular supervision, including modeling and observation of practice;
- Teach skills and techniques that foster independence, encourage problem-solving, decision making, and participation in the treatment and recovery process;
- Attend trainings that contribute to continuing education, professional development and address program needs;
- Participate in management, staff and multi-disciplinary team meetings to ensure that we are acting in concert with the stated needs of each person served, empowering and supporting both the person served and staff as necessary and disseminating important treatment-related information as necessary
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills (in the English language) required
- Must be able to work some evening hours and provide 24-hour on-call coverage on rotation, and to respond to emergency calls as necessary
- Must have valid driver's license and available, dependable transportation and willingness to provide transportation to persons served in personal vehicle, as needed
- Bachelor's Degree preferred; High School Degree/GED and a minimum of five years related experience considered
- Supervisory experience preferred
Riverside Community Care is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization committed to working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities. We provide equal opportunity for all persons seeking employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, national origin, disability, or any other characteristic as established by law.
You can count on Riverside when you or someone you know needs help. We take your trust seriously and work hard to make a difference by delivering compassionate, locally-based, integrated care.
We are proud to be an award-winning, non-profit organization offering emergency care, urgent and outpatient services, in-home and residential care, psychiatric day programming, early intervention, employment support and domestic violence services throughout eastern and central Massachusetts. We partner with local hospitals and physicians, and we work with most insurers and MassHealth. And, Riverside is where your community, schools, and workplaces turn when faced with the emotional aftermath of tragic events such as teen suicides or natural disasters.
We make a difference -- locally, every day.
Mental Health Court - Client Services Manager M.A. (Part-Time)
This position is responsible for providing case management services to adults determined to have a serious and persistent mental illness which impedes adequate functioning in one or more of the following areas: school, work, community, family, and interpersonal relationships that are in the Monroe County Mental Health Recovery Court (MCMHRC) grant program. This is a 1 year grant position that works closely with the MCMHRC team and community service(s) providers to services which facilitate the consumer’s successful completion of the program.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education, Training and Licensing Credentials:
This is a Masters level position and a degree in social work or psychology is preferred. Bachelor level candidates may be considered. Appropriate MI licensure as a LMSW, LBSW, LLMSW, LLBSW, TLLP, LLP, or LPC is required. One year experience working with adults with serious mental illness is required; two years is preferred. A minimum of one year court experience; knowledge of court process is preferred. Full licensure and SUD credentialing preferred.
Other Competencies and Abilities:
Ability to work in a complex, detail-oriented, deadline structured busy organization. The following physical and mental abilities are required: frequent lifting or carrying up to 15 pounds, must be able to hear, frequent standing/walking going up and down stairs due to community outreach basis, ability to communicate effectively in person and/or phone, the ability to read, analyze and interpret information, ability to write reports, correspondence and procedures, ability to maintain consumer charts/records, ability to remain impartial during investigative procedures, ability to solve practical problems, ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, ability to influence others, and the ability to conduct patient assessments and treatment. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word and such other applications if/when required. Ability to be trained and successfully complete other computer training as required. Valid driver’s license, proof of current automobile insurance and driving record
Our mission is to enrich lives and promote wellness. We live out that mission by being an inviting resource that offers in-house, referral, and emergency services, as well as support within the community for those in need.
Substance Abuse / Mental Health Outreach Case Manager
We are seeking a Substance Abuse / Mental Health Outreach Case Manager to join our team! You will be responsible for implementing effective treatment plans to clients in an individual or group setting.
- Counsel and advise individuals or groups with substance abuse problems
- Develop and implement individual treatment plans
- Establish treatment goals and milestones with clients
- Prepare progress reports and letters for relevant parties
- Educate families and groups on substance abuse treatments and prevention programs
- Facilitate referrals to other healthcare or counseling professionals
- Previous experience in counseling, social work, or other related fields
- Experience in conflict resolution
- Compassionate and caring demeanor
- Ability to build rapport with clients
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Case Management consists of services that help program participants gain access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services. This includes direct assistance in gaining access to services, coordination of care ,oversight of the case plan, and linkage to appropriate services. Case Management is on behalf of the program participant and is management of the case, not the participant. This position includes outreach activities to engage individuals in case management. Assignment of classification I or II based on experience.
- Must possess current and valid California driver’s license, including a driving record acceptable to F&H insurance company.
- Must pass criminal background screening.
- Completion of a pre-employment drug screening and post-employment drug or alcohol tests upon reasonable suspicion of use.
- Must be insurable by F&H insurance carriers.
- Be available for call-back to program as needed.
- Provide required proof of legal right to work in the United States.
- Must provide T.B. clearance from a medical professional.
- Must provide DMV print out.
- Must be able to support a flexible schedule, including evening, nights, weekends and graveyard shifts.
- Shall maintain CPR/First Aid Certification
Fourth & Hope works supportively to provide shelter, care, opportunity and hope to people experiencing homelessness. We do this work with many community partners including individuals, churches, government, and non-profits. Just as the population we serve has a complexity of needs, we work with diverse service partners to address these many issues and needs.
Mental Health Practitioner / Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
Mental Health Practitioner/Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
$6,008 - $7,242 / Month
(6% assignment differential paid for Professional License)
Marin County, San Rafael, CA
The Marin County Human Resources Department and the Department of Health and Human Services (H&HS) are accepting applications for the position of Mental Health Practitioner/Licensed Mental Health Practitioner. There is currently one full-time position available on the Access Team of Health & Human Services.
Under the direction of the Access and Assessment Team Unit Supervisor, the practitioner provides telephonic information, screening and referral services as well as in-person assessments to Medi-Cal beneficiaries who are seeking mental health and substance use services. Callers may be in acute crisis or experiencing urgent concerns that require prompt intervention. In-person psychosocial assessments include a diagnostic formulation as well as a medical necessity and level of care determination. The practitioner provides referrals and authorizations for treatment by county and contracted treatment programs. The practitioner works collaboratively with an array of treatment providers as well as a variety of safety net services throughout the county and is responsible for keeping electronic medical records current and for meeting monthly productivity standards.
To apply or learn more about this position, visit our website: Mental Health Practitioner Access Job Posting
Filing Deadline: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 4: 00 PM. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online using the 'apply now' button below or contact Marin County HR Dept, Rm 415, 3501 Civic Center Dr., San Rafael, CA 94903 or call . EEO/TTY
Clinical Supervisor - Mental Health
MASTERS + LCSW or LPC REQUIRED
GENERAL FUNCTION: The person occupying this position is to coordinate effective mental health treatment for clients as well as to understand and implement clinical criteria as dictated by Alliance Healthcare Services funding sources. This person has the responsibility for the administrative and clinical direction of activities performed in the programs under their supervision.
SUPERVISORY RESPOSIBILITY: Performs clinical and administrative supervision of program staff.
QUALIFICATIONS; KNOWLEDGE AND REQUIRED TRAINING: Master’s degree or higher in Psychology, Human Services or related area with an independent license in his/her mental health discipline, or a Registered Nurse with Certification as a Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse. Must have knowledge of management and organization, and knowledge of the professional disciplines. This individual must have training and/or experience in the administration of mental health programs and demonstrated administrative and supervisory ability. The individual in this position has the ability to work with conflicting or competing demands or interests of clients, employees, sponsors in the distribution of work, evaluating work and good program effectiveness. This position requires individual judgment in patient assignment and case disposition, and in program administration.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Serves as a clinical team leader supervising and coordinating the service delivery activities of programs and staff under their supervision.
2. Performs personnel functions: reviews for approval requests for sick and annual leave; reviews for approval requests for overtime; recommends personnel actions (hiring, firing, promotions); approves time cards; schedules working hours for personnel.
3. Supervises clinicians and their clinical work; performs clinical and administrative supervision in groups and individually; reviews client-related data and judgments made there for accuracy and appropriateness; ensures that clients are clinically staffed and treated; makes case assignments based on clinical recommendations; reviews clinical dispositions and treatment of clients; ensures that clients are followed-up for treatment; coordinates client transfer to/from inpatient hospital units; chairs staff meetings to receive and disseminate cline-related information. Personal effectiveness as a mental health professional.
4. Transmits to all subordinate staff the mission, goals, and objectives of AHS as they are applicable to their programs.
5. Is familiar with existing Center contracts with external organizations, standards for performance, etc. and communicates such to other subordinate staff.
6. Supervises and causes to be maintained such physical facilities and equipment as they are assigned to the programs under their supervision.
7. Provides clinical backup as needed.
8. If supervising a Grant funded program ensures that all Grant regulations and protocol are being followed and participates in required meetings.
9. To comply with policies and procedures as outlined in AHS’s policy and procedure manual.
10. Other duties may be assigned by supervisor(s) to meet the needs of the consumer and AHS.
PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS: In order to appropriately accomplish hi/her duties, the person occupying this position will be required to establish and maintain strong positive interpersonal relationships with subordinates and supervisors. This individual also will establish and maintain positive relationships with community members, executives of other agencies.
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Alliance Healthcare Services/CSC
2220 Union Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
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