Provide intake, screening, assessment, counseling, crisis intervention, case management and supportive services to individuals, families, and groups.
ESSENTIAL POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Conducts initial intakes.
2. Provides population and age specific individual, family, and/or group therapy and counseling.
3. Provides clinical management of individuals and/or families in crisis and facilitates psychiatric hospitalization.
4. Assists the case manager when needed to provide in-office services to clients, including assessment, linking/coordinating, monitoring, reassessment, follow-up, resource development and advocacy.
5. Provides case management services to clients, including assessment, linking/coordinating, monitoring, reassessment, follow-up, resource development and advocacy.
6. Participates with all pertinent staff in the development, review and the delivery of treatment and advocacy.
7. Provides periodic assessment of client needs, develops treatment plans with input from client and significant others, summarizes treatment progress and completes discharge summaries.
8. Maintains all clinical documentation pertaining to diagnosis, treatment and delivery of services.
9. Acts as liaison between other agencies, hospitals, legal authorities, caretakers, as well as other medical personnel in order to coordinate care and give/gather information.
10. Participates in in-service training, clinical supervision, case staffing, consultations, and other meetings.
11. Communicates with the public regarding mental health needs and services in the community.
12. Supervises students and/or volunteers as mutually agreed upon.
13. Other duties may be assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION
Masters Degree in a related mental health services field. Master of Social Work preferred (LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC or LPC is required)
One to two years of progressively more responsible experience in a related mental health services field is preferred, with knowledge of trends in public health, behavioral health.
SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS
All – Must have licensure in the State of Michigan in a related mental health profession. Must have a valid State of Michigan Driver's License.
DD-ACT, HRT, M-COIT or DD-OP Only – Must have CAADC or Development Plan within six months of employment.
Union Contract: Rate of pay is determined by contractual arrangement based upon education, licensure and experience.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: Up to $45,000.00 per year
Community Care Services places a high priority on staff and client safety. Frequent sanitizing of common services, wearing masks, utilizing telehealth services, practicing social distancing, daily health screens are measures implemented for safety.
Hope. Recovery. Wellness.
Community Care Services (CCS) is a nonprofit agency that serves people with mental health and substance use disorders. We operate a variety of programs for children and adults that focus on the individual’s unique needs. We start with the person first — developing innovative services that provide the care, resources, and connections to help each person in the best way possible.
Recovery is possible. Recovery is defined as the process through which people find ways of living meaningful lives without ongoing symptoms of their conditions. We believe all people have the inherent right to find their individual path to what is meaningful, and we are here to support that process.