Prototypes, a program of HealthRIGHT 360 (HR360), provides a comprehensive range of mental health and substance use disorder treatment to people in Southern California, with a focus on pregnant/parenting women. Project Enhancing Access to Comprehensive Healthcare (EACH) will improve integration between behavioral and primary health services for our client population by partnering with a local federally qualified health center (FQHC). Prototypes already provides, offer intensive, individualized care coordination to high-need individuals with severe behavioral health issues. The goal of the Prototypes CCBHC expansion is to integrate primary care and behavioral health services for behavioral health clients receiving services at Prototypes’ Pomona Women's Campus.
The Coordinator of Integration and Community Partnerships (Coordinator) for the SAMHSA Certified Community Behavioral Health Center Expansion (CCBHC-E) grant ensures that the program is executing strategies for effective communication with community members; maintaining and creating high quality relationships with organization staff; and providing resources, training, and other services that will benefit and grow community relationships. The Coordinator establishes formal agreements between referral partnership pathways. The Coordinator provides high quality customer service to new and returning clients, as well as to staff. The Coordinator may provide training and leadership development to staff. The Coordinator serves as administrative support for the program. The Coordinator is self-motivated and driven to insure the program is operating up to full potential.
Coordinates meetings from internal staff and external partners, including note taking and some administrative work.
Manages day-to-day program administrative operations and oversight of assigned project(s) and facility, including coordination and scheduling, as well as keeping calendars for meetings and appointments.
Responsible for fostering and maintaining partnerships with our Designated Collaborative Organizations (DCOs).
Facilitate regular community meetings to foster relationship building, collaboration, and promote equitable services for agency’s population served. This includes strengthen relationships with partners, identifying and addressing improvements to working together to authentically support clients served, including implementation of equitable and best practices and continued communication strategies.
Engages in outreach and engagement activities to assist consumers and families to access benefits and services.
Sets up and coordinates client engagement activities, including community work groups.
Keeps program staff and Managers/Directors informed on quality of care concerns through regular reporting and/or team discussions.