Lead Social Services Coordinator
Exodus Recovery

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Post Date: Jan 19, 2021
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - California - Los Angeles
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Exodus Recovery, Inc. is looking for a Lead Social Services Coordinator to provide therapeutic interventions, psycho-social assessments, initiate contacts with a variety of community resources; and implement linkages and discharge planning for clients in the Exodus Recovery Urgent Care Centers. The Lead Social Service Coordinator shall meet the qualifications as indicated in the Short-Doyle Medi-Cal Rehab Option Manual and provide services in accordance with the scope of their practice. This position will oversee multiple site locations.


The Lead Social Services Coordinator is accountable for social service activities within the urgent care; ensuring clients are connected with community-based services and leave Exodus with a quality safe discharge plan in place.

This role will support in overseeing staff and interns. If 2 years post licensure, there is an opportunity to provide clinical supervision to BBS associate/registered staff.

Provides complete documentation of all plans and other case management activities.

Participates in daily client report meetings and serves as a clinical resource for staff.

Acts as the community liaison for linkage to client referrals.

Demonstrates knowledge of existing policies and procedures and functions within their parameters.

Participates in and supports Quality Improvement activities.

Facilitates practical and effective discharge plans for Urgent Care Center clients.

Collaborates with client and/or family in the development of social service and discharge plans.

Works with the clinical team, client, client’s family, if necessary, and outside referral sources to develop the placement and discharge plan most appropriate to the client’s needs.

Maintains current and complete clinical records. Strives to complete open cases within specified work schedule.

Interacts appropriately with personnel, clients and visitors in the following age groups: young adult, adult and geriatric persons.

Communicates information clearly both verbally and in writing.

Protects and recognizes the confidentiality and privacy of client information.

Knows their role in fire and other emergency situations.
Establishes effective relationships with clients, families, physicians and staff.

Responds courteously to requests for information or action.

Treats clients with dignity, displaying warmth, compassion and understanding.

Demonstrates flexibility in work expectations and can adjust to staffing needs.

Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of all regulations governing their specific program and functions within the parameters.

Maintains grooming habits and adherence to the dress code.

Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.

Master's Degree in a mental health related field required.

Valid CA LCSW, LMFT required

Two (2) years of clinical experience in the mental health field required. Substance abuse treatment experience preferred.

Current CA BBS license and current Continuing

Education for maintenance of license as applicable.