Clubhouse Area Coordinator (Food and Horticulture)

SUMMARY:

The Area Coordinator is responsible for managing food and horticulture services, establishing menus, overseeing meal preparation and engaging in supporting participants. The coordinator manages community jobs, and participates in clubhouse social activities in a manner consistent with Clubhouse International standards and PA licensing requirements.

Direct service position in a psychiatric rehabilitation program that adheres to Clubhouse International standards. All staff help to provide the core relationship that engages participants in a Work Area to further their psychiatric, vocational, and social rehabilitation.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Responsible for educating, engaging and supporting clubhouse participants in all aspects of the assigned work area.
  2. Assumes bottom line responsibility for establishing menus, overseeing daily and special event meal preparation, and purchasing of ingredients.
  3. Assures that the Clubhouse food purchases remain within budget.
  4. Manages, maintains, and engages Clubhouse participants in all aspects of garden work; designing planting pans, repairing and maintaining raised bed infrastructure, incorporating produce harvest into meals, tracking harvest data and maintaining relationship with garden site partner.
  5. Develops and manages Transitional Employment Positions as assigned, including job training, coaching, employer relations, and job coverage.
  6. In the absence of a clubhouse participant, performs job coverage for Transitional Employment positions which may include light maintenance responsibilities.
  7. Plans and implements social activities as assigned.
  8. Maintains documentation according to agency policy and state requirements. Establishes and updates goals, keeps up with daily notes, and records member progress, in collaboration with participants.
  9. Maintains communication with external providers to ensure continuity of care.
  10. Ensures that member rights are upheld and that participants are treated with dignity and respect.
  11. Responsible for the safety and security of participants in the Area, as well as volunteers or students assigned.
  12. Performs crisis intervention and supportive counseling to all participants as needed.

SPECIFIC POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Collaborates with participants on light maintenance and general upkeep of the Clubhouse and garden.
  • Transports Clubhouse participants in agency vehicles into the community for shopping, deliveries and other activities.
  • Flexibility to work extended hours, weekend hours, and holidays.
  • Use of discretion, tact and good judgment in handling sensitive and confidential information.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a variety of individuals.
  • Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. and be mobile for majority of the day.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and one (1) year of related experience. Knowledge of clubhouse philosophy preferred. Basic computer skills required.

A satisfactory current Pennsylvania Criminal History report is required for employment, as well as a valid PA driver’s license, satisfactory driving record and proof of car insurance.

OR

Any equivalent combination of experience and training.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Program Coordinator

Join a great team and gain valuable experience.  Self-motivated, resourceful, organized, enthusiastic and persuasive person needed to assist adults, living independently, with Intellectual and/or Psychiatric Disabilities. Experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred and Bachelors’ Degree required.

This full-time position is 37.5 hours per week and compensation is $29,250 annually. Competitive benefits package including mileage reimbursement, education assistance and professional development opportunities

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provides direct support to independent program participants in group settings.  This includes coordinating and facilitating wellness, educational and holiday activities and events to improve program participants’ interpersonal skills and promote opportunities for community inclusion.
  • Conducts assessments and interviews in order to find out tenants’ desires and needs and provides referrals based on those needs.
  • Coordinates and monitors the upkeep of all residential community areas including home furnishings, equipment, appliances as well as Agency vehicles.
  • Serves on the Agency Health & Safety Committee.
  • Maintains records based on program requirements.
  • Must be able to work mostly late afternoon-evening hours including Friday evening, a weekend day and some holidays.

Valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, personal vehicle & criminal clearances required.

JRS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Behavioral Health Senior Policy Analyst

Allegheny HealthChoices, Inc. (AHCI) is a non-profit with a mission to assure equitable access to quality, cost-effective behavioral health care that promotes positive clinical outcomes, recovery, and resiliency.  Formed in 1999, AHCI’s role has evolved from monitoring and oversight to that of a partner and consultant in system planning and evaluation, project management, data management and analysis, and recovery.

We are currently seeking a Senior Policy Analyst to conduct research and analysis supporting quality improvement objectives related to behavioral health services.  The ideal candidate will possess deep intellectual curiosity, initiative, and a commitment to successful outcomes in a fast-paced field that often presents challenges on a daily basis.

Behavioral Health Senior Policy Analyst Responsibilities:

  • Conduct evaluation and data analysis on specific services and programs, as well as quality improvement initiatives.
  • Synthesize and translate complex findings into clear and compelling reports for AHCI clients and a wide array of system stakeholders.
  • Build collaborative partnerships between clients, managed care organizations, providers, and other system stakeholders.
  • Educate the behavioral health system on evidence-based and promising practices.
  • Manage projects for both internal and external clients.

Skills and Experience:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Public Health, Public Administration/Policy, or a related discipline.
  • A minimum of five (5) years prior experience working within a behavioral health/managed care setting, or experience conducting analysis using health insurance data.
  • Knowledge of behavioral health service models and strategies, including program administration and quality measurement.
  • Exceptional quantitative, research, and written communication skills including the ability to complete succinct briefs, executive summaries, and lengthy reports.
  • Demonstrated creative problem solving skills in the design, execution, interpretation, and presentation of quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel–experience with Qlik or other data/visualization tools, Adobe InDesign and Adobe Illustrator a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a sense of humor, with the ability to work independently and collaboratively.
  • Ability to successfully manage multiple projects and competing deadlines with a focus on results.

We are offering a competitive compensation and benefits package, along with the opportunity for professional growth with an organization focused on behavioral health system improvement.

Service Coordinator- North Hills Community Outreach

Reports to: North Boroughs Outreach Manager

Responsible for: Daily provision of Case Management program in McKees Rocks, located at the Community Resource Center of Focus On Renewal, including:

  • Administering the Community Service Block Grant Case Management (funded by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services)

Duties include:

  • Screening callers and walk-ins for their appropriateness/eligibility for CSBG Case Management program (a self-sufficiency program)
  • Completes assessments of persons to gauge strengths and needs, assessments are used to develop service plans to 1) alleviate their immediate/crisis concerns; and 2) attain long-term economic self-sufficiency
  • Regularly contacting and following-up with persons in need, to ensure progress toward self-sufficiency
  • Referring persons to other community resources/organizations, and follow-up to ensure that persons in hardship and crisis receive needed services for which they are eligible and advocating on behalf of clients
  • Assisting program participants with LIHEAP, Dollar Energy & Department of Public Assistance applications
  • Maintaining detailed, accurate case notes and goal plans, and data entry, including CSBG-specific, web-based application
  • Other duties as assigned

Hours: Full time, 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday (office hours, some flexibility to meet client needs), evenings and weekends as needed to perform assigned duties

Education: Bachelor’s degree in a helping profession required, Masters of Social Work preferred

Experience: Two years of related case management experience required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) and accuracy with data entry required.

Requires:

  • Capable of managing multiple tasks with deadlines with ease and professionalism
  • English speaking with ability to communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing
  • Normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate information
  • Eye-hand coordination and ability to operate computer keyboard, printer, copier and other office equipment
  • Ability to work independently, as this position is embedded within another agency

Interested individuals should email a cover letter and resume to:

Nancy Jones, Outreach Manager:  nljones@nhco.org

Position will remain open until the right candidate is identified.

 

North Hills Community Outreach is an equal opportunity employer.

Mobile Mental Health Therapist

Familylinks is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider

The MMHT & Residential Therapist provides intensive therapeutic services to a wide range of ages of the designated clients.  MMHT clients include geriatric clients in family/home settings other than a provider agency or office such as the client’s home, the church, the community center, a neighbor or family member’s home, and other community settings.  Residential clients are typically adolescent males and females age 13-21 years of age at risk of abuse, neglect, homelessness and other family crises.  This position has flexible scheduling needs and can include working evening and weekend hours.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Implements and maintains the Outpatient program’s philosophy, principles, and procedures in all facets of performance.
  • Provide services and conduct self in a manner consistent with the professions Code of Ethics.
  • Provision of individual, group and family psychotherapy with assigned clients.
  • Assessment of strengths and therapeutic needs of client and family.
  • Utilize evidence-based assessment, wellness tools, and interventions
  • Utilize collaborative documentation to facilitate inclusion of client as a participant in his/her own treatment, and inclusion of family as members of the treatment team and as partners in treatment.
  • Provide trauma-informed treatment.
  • Communicate, collaborate and meet with staff, families, external agencies and/or others as necessary to support services to clients and the mission of the agency.  Inform, instruct and assist client concerning the access of appropriate community resources.
  • Collaboration with client and family and other involved professionals to develop daily routines during times of crisis and transition and a 24-hour crisis plan.  Collaboration with other involved professionals and agencies in order to provide unified services and continuity of care to client and family.
  • Complete timely and accurate documentation in an Electronic Health Record
  • Assure continuous reimbursable sessions for assigned clients.  Work with the billing department to monitor client compliance with payments and developing payment plan with clients as needed.
  • Participate in planned supervision, case consultations, and assessment dispositions.
  • Fully participate in staff development opportunities offered to enhance professional growth, especially to maintain license, certification, or identified program performance skills.
  • Maintain Productivity standards as determined by the Supervisor
  • Attend all trainings, meetings and supervisions as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Mental Health, Counseling or Social Work with a minimum of one year’s experience in serving the geriatric or adolescent populations.
  • Preferred is experience with clinical techniques in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with competences in strength based and solution-focused interventions.
  • Preferred is experience with trauma-informed care
  • Pennsylvania licensure and insurance credentialed is highly recommended.
  • Support the organization’s mission along with sensitivity of cultural and workplace
    harmony.
  • Planning and time management and strong organizational skills.
  • A valid driver’s license along with access to a vehicle.
  • Management of work processes along with strong computer skills for documentation purposes.
  • Preferred is experience working in an Electronic Health Record
  • Ability to maintain confidential information within HIPAA guidelines and organizational policies.
  • Ability to be flexible especially with scheduling and site locations and to perform and prioritize multiple functions and tasks.
  • Communication along with professionalism.

Familylinks is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider

Buyer / Planner Coordinator

The Buyer/Planner is a key team member for ensuring the efficient procurement and distribution of high-velocity, high-volume food items to support the organization’s procurement programs. Under the supervision of Food Resource Manager and senior leadership, the buyer planner will monitor and predict demand for purchased product and for high-volume donated items (such as USDA Bonus Commodities), evaluate offers and vendors for product in demand, and help ensure product turns rapidly, with a minimum of held inventory. The product lines involved in day-to-day work are mostly grocery items.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Initiate Purchase Orders and other receiving documents for common inventory items, to be approved by Manager, Director, and Officer as appropriate.
  • Monitor inventory and track product movement by product type, donation/purchase type, price, and other factors.
  • Work with management and Evaluations staff to develop tools and expertise to better predict the flow of product to agencies and programs in order to support procurement planning.
  • Collaborate with, communicate with, and serve as a resource to other Sourcing Staff, Distributions Staff, and Network Development staff to anticipate product demand and movement to inform sourcing decisions and help ensure inventory moves in a timely manner and with minimal spoilage.
  • Monitor flow of government commodities and anticipate future demand in order to evaluate offers and ensure product moves rapidly.
  • Cross-train with Product Flow Coordinator to provide coverage and improve capacity for Advance Choice, our demand-driven JIT produce distribution program.
  • Support Produce and Agricultural Programs Coordinator with produce procurement, especially from brokers and distributors, as well as with internal cross-team communication and coordination to ensure efficient and timely distribution of produce.
  • Act as a point of contact for unplanned donations and ensure our donors receive excellent customer service.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Outlook and Word required
  • Experience in procurement or as Buyer/Planner preferred
  • Knowledge of grocery items, especially fresh foods, is preferred
  • Skill with building custom reports from WMS/ERP systems preferred
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and highly detail oriented
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and manage timelines and deadlines in a fast paced and fluid environment
  • Pass background check, including Act 33 and Act 34.

Disclaimer: The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

How to Apply: Go to https://cssgpfb.sentrichr.com/?requisition=109 click apply, create a login, fill out our online application, and attach a cover letter and resume.

Director of Analytics

Allegheny HealthChoices, Inc. (AHCI) is a non-profit organization with a mission to assure equitable access to quality, cost-effective behavioral health care that promotes positive clinical outcomes, recovery, and resiliency. AHCI’s role has evolved from one of monitoring and oversight, to that of a partner and consultant in system planning and evaluation, project management, data management and analysis, and recovery.

Innovation and quality improvement within the community behavioral health system is led by the AHCI Director of Analytics.  The ideal candidate will have strong quantitative and leadership skills, possess the ability to learn new issues and tools rapidly, and be able to communicate technical information effectively to diverse audiences. Deep intellectual curiosity and a commitment to successful outcomes in a fast-paced field that often presents challenges on a daily basis are essential to success in this role.

Responsibilities: 

  • Relentlessly lead the charge of identifying and then answering the most important questions facing the behavioral health system.
  • Successfully manage AHCI’s entire portfolio of analytics projects— ranging from reporting to data visualization and predictive modeling— producing technically unassailable analysis and reliable, high-quality solutions.
  • Ensure that complex findings are synthesized and translated into clear and compelling deliverables for AHCI clients and a wide array of system stakeholders.
  • Foster a culture that empowers, motivates and engages staff, providing guidance and mentorship to team members.
  • Build collaborative partnerships between clients, managed care organizations, providers, and other system stakeholders.

Skills and Experience:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Public Health, Public Administration/Policy, or a related discipline.
  • A minimum of five (5) years prior experience working within a behavioral health/managed care setting, or experience conducting analysis using health insurance data. A minimum of 2 years prior management experience.
  • Knowledge of behavioral health service models and strategies, including program administration and quality measurement.
  • Exceptional quantitative, research, and written communication skills including the ability to complete succinct briefs, executive summaries, and lengthy reports.
  • Demonstrated creative problem solving skills in the design, execution, interpretation, and presentation of quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, along with Qlik or other data/visualization tools;  Adobe InDesign and Adobe Illustrator a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a sense of humor, with the ability to work independently and collaboratively.
  • Ability to successfully manage multiple projects and competing deadlines with a focus on results.
  • Knowledge of predictive analytics and machine learning concepts and techniques.

AHCI offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, along with the opportunity for professional growth with an organization focused on behavioral health system improvement.

Services & Operations Manager

Background: Since our formation in 2007, the Hilltop Alliance has worked collaboratively to preserve and create community assets across south Pittsburgh’s Hilltop. The Alliance now serves: Allentown, Arlington, Arlington Heights, Beltzhoover, Bon Air, Carrick, Knoxville, Mt. Oliver Borough, Mt. Oliver City, Mt. Washington, South Side Slopes and St. Clair.

Position Summary:  This position has three distinct but equally important layers.  The Hilltop Alliance’s Property Stabilization Program (PSP) works directly with home owners to help them access available resources which they may be eligible for to fix property-related problems.  In 2019, this program is being expanded to provide direct assistance to resolve tangled title issues and to help people in need of social services support.  Layer #1: This position works directly with residents to go through the process of connecting with social services providers and following up to monitor how they are progressing in getting assistance.  Layer #2: This position will work with residents to resolve tangled title issues and eventually own their family home (where the ownership name is of a deceased relative). Layer #3:  This position will work very closely with the Executive Director on administrative and office management responsibilities that are critical for the operation of a $1M+ nonprofit organization.  If you are patient, well-organized, thoughtful, and enjoy working with under-served people, this position is for you!

Services & Assistance Programs:

  • Once residents have been identified as being interested in and eligible for specific social services and assistance, work one-on-one with them to access such assistance.
  • Assistance may include the following:
  • Working with residents to complete each step in the process to resolve tangled title issues, coordinating with other program partners.
  • Working with residents to think through and complete necessary documents to begin the process of working with an attorney who will draw up a no-cost last will & testament (paid for by HA).
  • Working with residents who have identified needs related to food security, health, safety, transportation, child care, or other areas, and provide a warm referral to appropriate human services organization(s), according to widely varying eligibility requirements including age, income, veteran status, disability status, etc.
  • Attend public meetings, meeting with partnering organizations, and others, as needed
  • Act as an ambassador of Hilltop Alliance programs in communication with residents.

Operations & Office Management:

  • Organize and/or maintain office operations and procedures
  • Administer IT accounts (phone, email, server, etc.)
  • Coordinate insurance and vendor contracts, as needed
  • Maintain, monitor and order office supplies and equipment
  • Assist Executive Director with official correspondence, scheduling of group meetings, manage calendar for meeting rooms, etc.
  • Assist with reports, proposals, data entry, and other written materials, as needed
  • Provide administrative support for other programs, as needed

Reporting Relationships:

  • This position reports to and is evaluated by the Executive Director.

Skills Required:

  • Being positive and energetic
  • Able to work productively with little or no supervision
  • General knowledge of Pittsburgh-area human service organizations
  • Well-organized and detail-oriented
  • Excellent communication skills, including verbal and written
  • Able to collect information, determine key objectives, and act strategically
  • Able to work on multiple projects, under pressure and/or deadlines
  • Able to establish relationships with diverse groups including residents, business owners, peer organizations and other stakeholders
  • Comfort with walking the neighborhoods, knocking on doors, and meeting new people
  • Familiarity with basic office machines including computer (Microsoft Windows OS), voicemail, copy machine, etc.
  • Able to manage work flow and prioritize conflicting activities
  • Support of nonprofit community development, including preserving and developing all types of affordable housing
  • A sense of humor!

With the subject title “Services & Operations Manager Position”, please email a single attachment (with your name in the title) including a cover letter (not to exceed one page), resume (not to exceed two pages), contact information for three professional references and salary expectations to aaron@pghhilltopalliance.org. Position will remain open until filled.

Starting salary will be $36,000 – $45,000, depending on qualifications and experience.

Hilltop Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Client Relations Coordinator

REPORTS TO: Program Manager
STATUS: Full-Time, non-exempt

POSITION SUMMARY: The Client Relations Coordinator is responsible for client relations, management and tracking of all client referrals, and supporting community partnership agreements. The Client Relations Coordinator serves as the central touch point of client communication — helping clients navigate RTP’s repair process and identify and apply for resources related to their needs as a homeowner. The Client Relations Coordinator will interface with all organizational teams.

GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A sincere and deep commitment to the mission of Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh
  • Ability to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with a diverse group of staff, clients and stakeholders
  • Entrepreneurial and enthusiastic about working in a fluid, fast-paced environment with minimal supervision
  • Strong personal work ethic and the desire to take pride in assigned work
  • High emotional intelligence
  • Must be willing to travel throughout the SWPA region
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule that includes occasional weekends
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, but those without a degree but having relevant experience are strongly encouraged to apply
  • 1-2 years of entry level responsibility in a nonprofit, government, social services, or construction environment
  • Valid driver’s license required

SKILLS & CAPABILITIES:

  • Keen awareness and understanding of the barriers faced by vulnerable populations
  • Effective time management and organizational skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills with an acute attention to the details
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to build teamwork and motivate a wide variety of individuals and stakeholders
  • Proficient in MS Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and eager to engage with new technologies
  • This job is physical in nature.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; lift and carry objects weighing up to 35lbs; and talk and hear. Use of computer is required.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Client Relations

Applicant Support and Intake:

  • Connect applicants with 211 Response Center to remediate a disqualification, offer alternative resources when deemed unable to serve, and assure all qualified clients are enrolled with Area Agency on Aging, utility assistance, and other complementary services
  • Accompany Assessment Coordinator on select home assessments.

Client Onboarding:

  • Communicate to client they have been approved and discuss timelines and process of RTP work. If necessary, explain the process of professional bidding to client
  • Meet with appropriate construction staff to provide summary of clients’ history with RTP and what service providers they are connected to
  • Coordinate with appropriate construction staff to meet with client to have proper paperwork signed off on, such as scope of work, homeowner agreement, and grant specific documents

Client support while project is active:

  • Serve as point of contact for client’s questions or concerns regarding process and timeline
  • When necessary, communicate to client the volunteer engagement schedule for their home
  • Serve in a hospitality role at volunteer events to ensure a positive experience for both the client and volunteers

Client Closeout:

  • Coordinate with appropriate construction staff to schedule scope sign off, satisfaction survey, ‘after’ pictures and any grant-specific requirements
  • Compile a homeowner profile to assist with grant reporting and tracking. The profile will include: repairs completed, before and after photos, resources connected to, and when appropriate a compelling quote or story (in conjunction with the development team)
  • Conduct service and referral assessment at time of close out
  • Referral processing (see referral process section below)
  • Follow up on status of referrals from the service and referral assessment

Referral Process:

Coordinate all client referrals:

  • Connect clients to services based upon completed service and referral assessment, and grant requirements
  •  Maintain regular contact with service providers to ensure the referral is executed
  • When necessary, assist clients with questions or concerns regarding their referral
  • Track and report trends of client referrals seen through intakes and service and referral assessment
  • Track results of referrals, recommend service areas that we need to create or expand a partnership

Community Partnerships:

  • Maintain and deliver quarterly reports to partners on the progress of RTP’s work in their community
  • Manage the partnerships that support clients receiving homeowner financial counseling
  • Manage partner portals that refer clients to RTP’s services

Other Duties

  • When scheduled, answer main phone line and transfer to appropriate staff member
  • If necessary, recruit administrative volunteer, create work plan for volunteer, and provide weekly supervision

Outpatient Therapist – LCSW/LPC

Squirrel Hill Health Center (SHHC), a dynamic and growing Federally Qualified Health Center in Pittsburgh, PA, is seeking a full time Outpatient Therapist. The Outpatient Therapist will work as a member of the interdisciplinary primary care/mental health team to evaluate, treat and assist patients in overcoming mental health, social/emotional, and economic barriers that prevent optimal health and well-being.  As a clinical specialist, the Outpatient Therapist will work with the staff Psychiatrist to assess and provide brief/intermittent therapeutic interventions for patients who have co-morbid mental health and substance use issues, adhering to practice standards as well as regulatory standards.  The Outpatient Therapist will connect patients who require ongoing clinical services beyond the scope of the Squirrel Hill Health Center to appropriate agencies, coordinating all aspects to ensure full compliance with mental health laws and confidentiality.  The Outpatient Therapist will provide patient, staff, and community and staff education seminars.

Responsibilities:

  • Psychosocial Assessment – Assesses, reassesses and treats patients for psychological (mental health, substance use) problems that impact their ability to care for their medical conditions, family obligations and their general well-being.
  • Documentation – Provides timely, accurate and complete documentation in Electronic Health Record including assessment, plan of care, education of patient, progress toward goals, service rendered and outcomes in accordance with professional standards.
  • Crisis Intervention – Intervenes in high stress or emergency situations to promote treatment plans and compliance, adhering to ethical and regulatory standards and ensuring appropriate use of resources.
  • Patient Counseling – Provides therapeutic, goal-directed brief and/or intermittent counseling services to patients and families to ameliorate factors adversely impacting desired patient outcomes.
  • Group Therapy – Provides group therapy sessions for patients around different topics as directed by the Chief Medical Officer and Psychiatrist.
  • Home Visits – From time to time may make house calls as determined necessary by the Chief Medical Officer and Psychiatrist.
  • Information and Referral – Provides accurate information regarding community resources and eligibility, demonstrates expertise in linking patients to services, completes free care applications.
  • Patient Education – Teaches patients, families and community members in informal and structured settings.  Assesses learning needs and evaluates outcomes.
  • Quality – As guided by the Patient Centered Medical Home model, seeks to ensure patient satisfaction and improved clinical

Qualifications:

  • LCSW or LPC with a minimum of two years social work experience in community health care environment.
  • Licensed and credentialed by local behavioral health insurance companies.
  • Experience in mental health and substance abuse evaluations and treatment required.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and in a team.
  • Basic computer skills and ability to work in EHR required.
  • Knowledge of Spanish or Nepali a plus.
  • Desire to serve underserved population required.

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability