ACT Clinician - Kent Site
Provide effective, recovery-orientated direct services to ACT/IDDT participants including: assessing mental health, substance use/abuse, monitor use of medications and provide individual & group psychosocial counseling to assist with individuals' success living in the community.
Provide case management services as part of the ACT/IDDT team including: helping those we serve to obtain income, housing, food, and other benefits/services to assure basic needs are met. Coordinate and monitor any services provided within the Network 180 system.
Develop, follow and respect individual's person-centered treatment plans to ensure all annual psychosocial assessments for assigned individuals are completed according to agency requirements. Also coordinate annual person-centered planning process for assigned individuals.
Resolve crisis situations and participate in assigned team's regular on-call schedule.
Support co-workers by being an active team player, actively participating in meetings and daily contacts.
Other duties as directed by ACT/IDDT Team Supervisor.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's or Master's Degree in a human service field & one year direct-service experience working with people with serious and persistent mental illness and substance abuse needs. Specialized co-occurring training preferred. QMHP/license to practice/certification third party reimbursement. Effective communication, motivation and negotiation skills needed. Prior experience using an electronic health record (EHR) system preferred. As a member of the team, you will be responsible for some on-call hours, weekend and evenings as scheduled. Ability to perform work in a community setting which may not be barrier-free.