Clinician/Mental Health Coordinator II|
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||Jan 28, 2020
||US - California - Los Angeles
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• Provides mental health and case management (housing/benefits assistance/vocational/socialization & recreation) services.
• Provide linkage and referrals to ensure continuous system of care such as for substance use treatment and other needed community resources.
• Assist with vocational, housing, self-help and peer support services.
• Coordinates services with various public and private community health, mental health, and social service agencies in treatment of clients.
• Outreach and engagement.
• Reports program activities and development, crises, and any other pertinent information to appropriate chain of command.
• Transport client(s) to connect with necessary community resources.
• Establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship with client and family members.
• Participation in the treatment recommendations.
• Provides crisis intervention.
• Provide and/or assist with on-call emergency coverage.
• Provide daily/weekly contact with client to ensure continuous system of care.
• Participate, coordinate and implement cooperative arrangements and/or team conferences with various inter-disciplinary team members in the development and implementation of client’s treatment plan and aftercare plan.
• Maintain and submit billing records in a timely manner.
• Maintain and update client’s files and documentation in accordance with DMH guidelines.
• Maintain productivity standard as required.
• Perform other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Division Director and/or Program Manager.
• Masters in Social Work or MFT from an accredited college or university.
• Spanish Speaking preferred
• Licensed or Registered with California BBS.
• Verification of employment eligibility and background check.
• Must have reliable transportation, valid California Drivers License and proof of automobile insurance coverage.
• Basic computer software programs (e.g. word processing, spreadsheet and internet).
• Knowledge of diagnoses, symptoms and mental Illness.
• Knowledge of community resources.
• Overtime, holiday or weekend work may be required in times of crisis intervention.
• Preferred: one year of direct service experience in a hospital or mental health setting which has an interdisciplinary team approach.
• Ability to work with the chronically mentally ill population.
Name: Angela Kang
Address: 1968 W. Adams Blvd
City: Los Angeles
Country: United States