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Licensed Mental Health Clinician II or Psychiatric Social Worker II
Los Angeles County-Department of Mental Health
This field bonus position includes weekend bonus and evening shift bonus will work a 4/40 schedule Wednesday Saturday PM shift from 3:30pm-2:00am in Lancaster Mental Evaluation Office or in Santa Clarita Station working in partnership with the trained Los Angeles County Sherits Department Mental Health Deputy performing effective, collaborative, positive and long-lasting mental health, and law enforcement resources to those in need of mental health services for crisis evaluation, case management and supportive services. Services are delivered in the field as co-response model in patient-centric unmarked vehicle to reduce incarcerations, providing compassionate mental health services, providing verbal de-escalation in the emotionally escalated situations. Position will work under the oversight of Department of Mental Health supervisory staff.
Within agency guidelines and professional standards, clinicians of these positions team up with a Sheriff Deputy in unmarked law enforcement vehicles to provide mobile emergency mental health services to persons with a mental health disorder. Primary assignments require that the clinicians be able to intervene consistently and effectively, in acute and life-threatening situations, to prevent harm to others, harm to self and assist with the basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter for those individuals who are incapable of securing these necessities due to a severe and persistent mental illness. Positions allocable to this program also provide mental health consultation services to other health disciplines, law enforcement agencies, other community agencies, and families of the consumers.
Link: None
Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Co-Responder (PCSD)
Multicare Health System
PCSD Co-Responders are Designated Crisis Responders (DCR)that are a resource for 17 different law enforcement agencies. PCSD contracts through Multicare for DCR’s The Co-Responders responds with law enforcement on calls that have mental health component to the call. The Co-Responders provide resources, extra support, de-escalation, consultation, risk assessments, follow ups, connect the individual to mental health services, and involuntary treatment act.

Shifts available:

Wednesday-Saturday 11am-9pm

Applicants must have a Master’s degree in SW, MHC, MFT, or qualify as a MHP.

Applicants must pass a background check with the PCSD.

Compensation range: $38.71-55.71 an hour

Multicare offers medical, dental, vision, retirement benefits.
Link: None
Co Responder
City of Westminster
See link! Email and number listed is my number to reach out to for questions about the position!
CARE (Community Assistance Response and Engagement) Clinical Coordinator
Community Safety Department/ City of Cambridge
Provide clinical supervision of CARE Responders.
Support Responders responding to community members in urgent crisis situations requiring immediate attention over the phone.
Provide guidance, feedback, and training to Responders so they incorporate evidence-based practices when developing treatment plans and selecting interventions.
Assist Responders to ensure plans and interventions are based on each person’s assessed readiness and expressed interest.
Accompany CARE Responders on calls.
Obtain appropriate paperwork and maintain strict adhesion to confidentiality, documentation, and record-keeping requirements.
Provide triage and telephone support for community members in behavioral health and/or homelessness crisis, intoxicated, or under the influence of controlled substances.
Follow training and protocols to safely de-escalate behavioral health crisis situations over the phone.
Obtain information and effectively triage a call to the appropriate level of care.
Maintain confidentiality and respect the boundaries of clients experiencing emotional distress.
Develop appropriate follow up and safety planning with community members.
Crisis Response Specialist
Community Safety Department/City of Cambridge
Respond to behavioral health and/or homelessness crises utilizing harm reduction and trauma-informed care principles in a variety of community settings.
Provide non-judgmental, unconditional support to patients/clients.
Assess individuals in crisis for immediate safety and stabilization needs.
Maintain confidentiality and respect the boundaries of community members experiencing emotional distress.
Engage with individuals that are intoxicated or under the influence of controlled substances.
Engage with individuals that are experiencing acute mental distress.
Make appropriate level of care decisions on-scene and communicate these decisions with related agencies.
Create relationships with related agencies to facilitate high quality care and resource provision.
Refer and link individuals to community resources as appropriate.
Follow training and protocols to safely de-escalate behavioral health crisis situations.
Collaborate with other first responders to manage and navigate emergency scenes.
Partner with family members or relevant parties involved during the management of a crisis event.
Maintain appropriate paperwork, strict adhesion to confidentiality, documentation, and record-keeping requirements.
Contact public safety agencies such as EMS and law enforcement as necessary.
Seek assistance from and report incidents to Program Coordinator as applicable.
Perform other duties as assigned that may be inherent to the position.
Administrative Coordinator
Community Safety Department/ City of Cambridge
Responsible for efficient daily administrative operation of the Community Safety Department, including preparing payrolls, ordering supplies, preparing requisitions and bills payable schedules, assist with scheduling meetings, handling incoming and outgoing email and postal communications, maintaining document filing along with on-line filing, responding to telephone/email/in-person public inquiries, and other tasks as directed.
Respond to inquiries from internal and external stakeholders, including community members, elected officials, and other government agencies, and ensure timely and accurate communication of information.
Manage and maintain weekly attendance utilizing department scheduling system for the office as well as coordination of department attendance records for processing payroll. Collect and review department weekly timesheets for accuracy.
Answer telephones for the office, direct inquires to the appropriate departmental personnel, departments or agencies as needed.
Process requisitions and schedule of payments for invoices, employee reimbursements and, provide project status reports; preparing or processing employee requests, monthly reports and other reports as directed.
Prepare and manage the necessary personnel transaction forms, vacancy job/description forms and other employment related forms.
Coordinate and schedule meetings, conferences, and events, including preparing agendas, materials, and invitations, and ensuring that all logistical arrangements are in place.
Assist in the development and implementation of community safety programs and initiatives, including coordinating public education campaigns and working with community partners to promote safety awareness.
Prepare and process purchase orders, invoices, and other financial documentation, and ensure that all expenditures are within budgetary constraints.
Maintain inventory of equipment and supplies and ensure that necessary supplies are available for departmental operations.

Crisis Response Co-Responder
Douglas County Nebraska Sheriff's Office
See link for full job listing!

Incumbent works under the direction of the Chief Deputy of Administration or designee, responding to citizen calls, providing intervention in crisis situations, de-escalating, assessing, and referring to appropriate community-based resources to meet clients’ long-term needs.

Essential Functions
Assist law enforcement in real-time with social service calls.

Establish and maintain effective work relationships with clients, supervisors, County employees, elected officials, attorneys, law enforcement, judges, other agencies, and the public.

Conduct field, clinical, social, and risk assessments identifying needs (e.g. aging, youth, mental health, substance use, domestic support), assessing severity of behavioral symptoms, and providing recommendations to law enforcement.

Support de-escalation efforts through crisis stabilization and hospital/jail diversion.

Provide services to clients using an interpreter or telehealth platforms.

Establish and implement plans, successfully engaging clients in relevant services and other resources.

Advocate for clients' access to community resources and services, ensuring needs are satisfied and rights protected.

Collaborate with community providers ensuring continuity of care.

Provide outreach and follow-up services.

Practice from a strength-based philosophy and trauma-informed lens.

Complete and collect necessary program documentation (e.g. needed consents, appropriate signatures, registration forms) within program time frame.

Maintain written clinical records of services provided per established agency standards.

Participate in trainings and Co-Responder program meetings.

Assist with aggregate outcome data collection (e.g. number of social service requests received, response time, diversion volume, linkage to services information).
Co-Responder West Plains Crisis Response Team
Airway Heights Police Department
As a Law Enforcement Co-Responder, you will provide immediate crisis response with the goal of stabilizing the crisis in the least restrictive way, facilitating access to mental health and chemical dependency services, providing diversion services to reduce hospitalizations, performing clinical assessments, and referrals to behavioral health agencies or substance abuse treatment centers.

The Co-Responder will be partnered with an officer and respond to emergency calls for service with individuals experiencing a behavioral health or mental health crisis.

The Co-Responder will be an employee of Airway Heights Police Department and report to the Chief of Police.

SALARY:​​​​ $93,600 annual salary, exempt employee

**Must be licensed in the state of Washington as a LMFT, a LMHC, or a LICSW. Associate licensed candidates will be considered if hours have been met and application is in progress. There will be a 120-day grace period to obtain full licensure.**
Co-responder Clinician
New Castle County Police Department (Delaware) is looking for a Mental Health Professional to ride along with one of our three co-responder teams.
Peer case manager and peer outreach specialist
The New Castle County Police Department is looking to fill two peer positions within the Hero Help Behavioral Health Unit. Certification as in peer recovery required.

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Link: outreach:;!!PwYEOvDHqczHRoU!TOmQnda1SOCmg6XAmU3gOf_AqU4VLWv450Y_Hk5qB5qadfSOCJADWzppmy2J152KP52zGf03hYGQ_kiKq2H9YqueP0TgvSeR6cW0kQ$
AllHealth Network
We have an open Co-Responder role with Greenwood Village PD.

This is a full-time position with a schedule of four 10-hour days each week, including evening hours. Compensation for this role is anticipated to be between $29-36/hr with a $4/hr shift differential for hours worked between 5pm and 7am. We also offer a bilingual bonus of 10% for individuals who can substantiate Spanish language proficiency.

This role also qualifies for a $5000 Sign-On Bonus!

Schedule: Sunday-Wednesday 10-hour shifts. The times worked on those days are your choice!
Crisis Response Social Worker
City of Bellevue Fire and Police
Come join us and be a part of an exciting program! Building on 10 years of success with Bellevue Fire CARES, we are expanding our crisis response program in the City of Bellevue. We are looking for Crisis Response Social Workers to be a part of an innovative, multidisciplinary team to respond to 911 calls for people in crisis. You will directly accompany emergency medical responders and/or law enforcement on scene to assist individuals experiencing mental health, substance use, homelessness, domestic violence and other crises. Your duties include considerable public contact and are intended to bridge the gap between emergency medical response and/or law enforcement and the social needs of people within this population.

Education and Experience:
A Master’s degree in Social Work required or the ability obtain by July 2023.
Two years of experience working from a trauma-informed approach with individuals with significant mental health and substance use disorders or in a Mobile Integrated Health Program.
Co responder Clinician
Harrisonburg Rockingham CSB
Co responder clinician
BEST Criminal Justice Diversion Police Co-Responder/Mental Health Clinician
Boston Medical Center
The Boston Emergency Services Team (BEST) Criminal Justice Diversion Police Co-responder provides direct services to children, adolescents, and adults in crisis. This clinician will work collaboratively with the Boston Police and be available to assist BPD officers with calls for individuals exhibiting signs of mental distress.
The clinician will provide assessments on-site, in the community, or at the police district.clinician will assist in delivering rapid access to community mental health, substance abuse and psychiatry services, including urgent linkage to other components of the BEST system.
Masters degree in mental health field (social work, psychology, or relevant field)

Clinical licensure preferred

Experience in delivering mental health services to traumatized children or families is a plus

Clinical counseling experience with families affected by violence or trauma


Knowledge of community resources and agencies that serve families affected by trauma or homicide

Experience working with crisis intervention services desirable

Ability to function and make decisions in a fast-paced environment

Ability to work on an interdisciplinary team.

Cultural sensitivity and comfort with a wide range of racial and ethnic populations
An organized work style, good follow through skills and ability to keep organized written documentation

Demonstrated skills in the provision of services in a multicultural environment. Experience in health or hospital settings desirable

Bilingual or multi-lingual skills (beyond that of English) appropriate to the patient population served is a plus.
Preference given to applicants who reflect the cultural and language diversity of the Boston Medical Center patient population.

Link: None
Clinical Supervisor, Co-response
SummitStone Health
In collaboration with the Loveland Police Department, Larimer County Sheriff's Office, Johnstown Police, and Estes Park Police Department, Co-Responder Clinical Supervisor assists the clinical leadership team within the co-response program to ensure that clinical service lines are operating effectively, and that crisis response rendered is meeting client needs. Assists in providing clinical leadership, planning and executing training (new hires, medical record system training, etc.) leading the case management and peer team, providing clinical supervision, problem solving among team members, or responding to calls at partner agencies. Completes a variety of administrative tasks such as timecard and PTO, disciplinary actions as needed, and managing schedules.
JDP Co-Response Clinician
Advocates Inc.
The Jail Diversion Program (JDP) Co-Response Clinician works in conjunction with the local police department to provide psychiatric and substance abuse evaluations to needing program participants.
CRT Co-Responder Clinician
Douglas County CRT
We are expanding - again!

Douglas County Mental Health Initiative, located in Castle Rock, CO is seeking 2 licensed clinicians for our Community Response Team, as co-responders with law enforcement. This is an incredible opportunity to join our expert team of behavioral health professionals and first responders with the now nationally acclaimed CRT of Douglas County! The Community Response Team clinician is a 40- hours/week crisis position, working alongside a law enforcement partner and case-manager serving Douglas County, providing emergency response to individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis in community-based settings. We offer a great opportunity to gain diagnostic, clinical, and crisis intervention skills as well as to work in an innovative and fast-paced environment.
Crisis Clinician
Aspen Hope Center
The Aspen Hope Center crisis clinician is the core staff member interacting with every client. It is therefore essential that all interactions are conducted in a professional, courteous, and ethical manner. The clinicians are responsible for making sure each caller is treated with compassion and time is taken to determine the appropriate course of treatment.

Job Summary: A crisis clinician’s role is to provide care and immediate mental health services to anyone who calls. Primary function is to assess and triage individuals who present with any type of mental health crisis – as defined by the caller. The role of the clinician will be to ensure continuity of care: an immediate and professional intake or evaluation, collaboration with proper agencies, referral to appropriate type and level of service, and advocacy for any treatment deemed necessary beyond the initial crisis.

Job location can be anywhere from Aspen to Glenwood Springs or Glenwood Springs to Parachute.

Masters Degree or Doctorate in Mental Health, Social Work, Psychology, or another related field
Crisis Supervisor
Aspen Hope Center
The Aspen Hope Center is a private non-profit, established in 2010 to fill the gaps in mental health service, primarily immediate access to care. Opening with a 24-hour Hope Line, mobile crisis and co-response team, and intensive stabilization program the agency was the first of its kind in the state.

The crisis supervisor will lead staff toward excellence in ethical and compassionate clinical care and stabilization of crises. The Hope Center’s crisis supervisor will be responsible for maintaining the agency’s clinical teams, assisting the Program Director with program management and administrative duties, and keeping current partnerships strong while helping to establish new community partnerships.
Clinician Co-Responder
Johnson County Mental Health Center
Johnson County Mental Health is looking for qualified candidates who are interested in working alongside law enforcement to fill the position of Co-Responder Clinician. This position will work as a member of JCMHC’s Emergency Services Division but will office within a police department.

Responds in person to 911 behavioral health calls alongside law enforcement to conduct an assessment to recommend appropriate level of care, including assessing individual risk for suicide and other safety related concerns, and determining the need for resource referrals.
May complete State Hospital Screenings for involuntary commitments to assist with keeping individuals safe and getting critical services.
Reviews police reports and determines appropriate next steps, including follow up needs after the initial call to ensure the crisis has resolved and/or if additional resources are needed. Follow up is conducted by phone or an in-person outreach alongside a law enforcement officer.
Collaborates with JCMHC teams and other community agencies to advocate and partner for individuals’ needs.
Submits clinical documentation regarding services provided and makes necessary referrals to internal and external resources.
Facilitates trainings for police department regarding co-responder role and mental health related topics; participate in presentations in the community regarding the co-responder program.

For more information please contact the Deputy Division Director, Jessica Murphy at
Mental Health Clinician
Grand Junction Police Department
Two positions open for full time clinicians. Clinician rides with officer as a team at all times. Will hire master degree without licensure and will pay for clinical hours/supervision and license fees. Yearly salary starts at 75,000 with full city benefits. See website for additional.
SMART Technician (Law Enforcement Officer)
Summit County Sheriff's Office
Technicians will perform a variety of field operations, technical skills, educational and administrative duties of a law enforcement professional working within a Co-Responder model of criminal justice and mental health crisis response. SMART pairs this law enforcement professional with a master’s level mental health clinician, who also coordinates care with an intensive case manager. The “teams” are striving to divert, assess, stabilize, or intervene on mental health-related public safety calls. Technicians provide safe working environments and security for SMART clinical staff, case managers, and community partners working on law enforcement calls and scenes. Technicians work with their clinician partners in providing complete mental health assessments, providing clients with stabilizing support, assisting in safety planning and lethal means restriction, and finally working toward safe custody and transport for those who may be taken into protective custody when intervention is necessary.

Hiring Range: ST80 (non-exempt employee) Salary of $76,872.00 to $111,465.00 (DOQ). This includes a 5 year Step Program! A County and Sheriff’s Office sign-on bonus, a wellness and lifestyle benefit, an education reimbursement, and excellent benefits.
Crisis Responder (Mental Health Professional) w Police & Fire
Regional Crisis Response Agency (RCR)
Masters level, Mental Health Professional, to be a Crisis Responder with a 5 city program in North King County. Respond in own (City) vehicle to 911 police and fire calls. Would be assigned a primary city (either Shoreline, Lake Forest Park/Kenmore, Bothell or Kirkland). Pay-scale is $95-$117K
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