ACT Team Supervisor - Grand Rapids

Job Type: 
Full-Time; M-F; 8-5
ACT Team - Grand Rapids

Supervise operation of an effective, recovery-oriented clinical team according to ACT and IDDT standards.

Provide direct services, including case management, as part of the ACT/IDDT Team.

Develop, follow, and respect individuals’ person-centered treatment plans.

Resolve crisis situations.

  • Assure completion of daily team meetings, consultations with assigned Psychiatrist, IDDT consultation meetings, and required documentation of team processes.
  • Assure team’s completion of intake, assessment, and person-centered planning processes according to agency timeframes.
  • Provide direct clinical supervision to team staff to ensure that treatment plans are being implemented as designed incorporating stage specific treatment. 
  • Assure completion of team’s monthly on-call schedule.
  • Assist in selection, orientation, and on-going training of new team staff.
  • Ensure that personnel comply with procedures, standards, and policies for agency operations.
  • Meet regularly with staff to provide consultation, training, on-going performance review and completion of evaluations within required timeframes.
  • Ensure the safety of persons served and personnel supervised through the implementation of the agency’s safety and training plans.
  • Assure team’s coordination with all other systems with which persons served by the team may be involved—especially related to hospital or other crisis programs.
  • Assure completion of required ACT and IDDT program evaluation activities and participate on the agency’s Co-occurring/IDDT Work Team. Adjust team operations as needed to correct for areas that fall outside expectations.
  • Assess mental health, substance use, and other status of persons served during daily contacts and make treatment recommendations to assist in meeting their goals.
  • Provide psychotherapy to individuals consistent with their treatment plans.
  • Provide education and support to family members, significant others, and community representatives to create a recovery network for persons served. 
  • Monitor use of medications and effects on target symptoms.

Minimum Requirements: Master's degree in a human service field and a minimum 2-years direct‑service experience working with people who have serious mental illness and substance abuse needs. Specialized co-occurring substance abuse training preferred. Previous supervisory experience preferred. License to practice/certification for 3rd‑party reimbursement. Good communication, motivation, and negotiation skills. Excellent organizational ability. Valid Michigan driver's license and a vehicle to transport. Ability to perform work in community settings which may not be barrier-free. Knowledgeable about and supportive of culturally-competent, recovery and trauma informed practices. Lived experiences with behavioral health issues are welcomed.

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