- Conduct Psycho-social assessments of clients. Make referrals and conduct follow up on clients needing additional health services.
- Provide crisis intervention services for clients in need of counsel and support.
- Perform mental status examinations, therapy and preventative health measures.
- Discuss cases with physicians and other health professionals to prepare a comprehensive patient care plan.
- Assist the Clinical Supervisor and Director of Behavioral and Social Services in completing reports and reapplication requirements based on funder guidelines.
- Identify/evaluate measures or indicators of system performance, effectiveness, compliance and the actions needed to improve or correct performance, relative to the goals of the program, ensuring compliance with Federal, State and County Statutes.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Master’s degree preferred in Social Services, Social Work, Public Health, Mental Health or Public Administration.
- Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, unless otherwise Licensed Therapist (MFT, LCSW, PSYD). Four years of experience in a community based organization, which includes at three (3) years of implementing and advancing substance abuse treatment programs, preferably in a residential setting.
- Familiar with state and local alcohol/drug mental health issues and regulations.