This position which covers the clinic during walk-in hours and carries a caseload is responsible for both direct clinical work with clients and administrative supervisory duties. The Evening and Weekend Supervisor Responsibilities include, oversight of the clinic during evening and weekend hours.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Walk-in hours coverage.
The evening and weekend supervisor is responsible for providing comprehensive clinical services to individuals presenting at the Article 31 clinic. Including: crisis intervention; Work with clients who are experiencing domestic violence (DV) or have a history of DV, and/or who have co-occurring mental illness, life trauma or chronic conditions and/or substance abuse issues.
Incident review, discharge planning coordination and oversight.
Familiarity with psychotropic medications, expected outcomes and adverse side effects to report to the primary care physician or psychiatrist.
Work with clients and their families on treatment adherence issues with medications and maintaining appointments.
Conducts assessment/reassessments of client service needs and priorities every 90 days;
Develops (in conjunction with client) appropriate treatment plans based on assessment.
Case conferencing with mental health providers to determine goals/objectives, activities and who will perform needed tasks related to mental health issues for client and family.
Collaborative and concurrent documentation required.
Supervision of therapists and student interns as assigned.
Reviews all alerts in ECR daily.
Ensures daily huddles take place and attend as needed.
Works toward key performance indicators
Supervises staff. Follows standards for progressive disciplinary action.
Conducts weekly chart reviews were conducted and monitors outcomes to ensure that are all programs are in compliance.
Ensures all reports are submitted accurately and timely all reports
Ensures electronic data bases are updated as required.
MSW, MA in social work or related mental health, healing arts.
LMSW or LCSW or LMHC is required
At least three years post-graduate experience working with populations that have a history of substance use, D.V issues, Criminal Justice, mental illness, chronic homelessness, and/or HIV/AIDS. Note: Clinical internships provided to similar population can be counted towards the post graduate experience- if it can be documented.
Education, training or experience in substance abuse and its treatment.
Direct experience working in a mental health article 31 preferred.