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Imbedded Clinician
Compass Health
Masters level clinicians needed for imbedded law enforcement positions. This is for open positions and to establish a list of those interested in future Openings as the program expands.
Link: None
Community Engagement Team Leader
Johnson County Mental Health Center
Johnson County Mental Health Center has a team leader position open in their Emergency Service’s division. This team provides assertive outreach and engagement with Johnson County residents who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis with the goal to resolve the crisis by connecting them to proper supports and services—including social service needs, outpatient services or even involuntary committals. This team often partners with law enforcement when outreaching in the community, but the ultimate goal is to reduce the use of 911 and first responders by resolving crises. This team is data driven and uses data to identify EMS high utilizers and individuals most at resist for police contact and preemptively outreaches them.

This team consists of 5 crisis case managers and a crisis clinician at this time.
Link: https://jocogov.hua.hrsmart.com/hrsmart/ats/Posting/view/5126
Mobile Crisis Co-Response Clinician
Aspen Hope Center
Looking for a mobile crisis/co-response clinician (graduate level, licensed or license eligible) to work in Garfield County Colorado (Glenwood Springs being the biggest town) as well as Gunnison County (Crested Butte is the ski town most known in this county). Email me for details and full job description will be sent.
Link: None
Co-Responder
Multicare Health System
Working as a DCR/Co-Responder with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department and being dispatched to community calls.
Link: None
SMART Clinician
Summit County Sheriff’s Office
Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Mental Health Clinician. This position will perform a variety of clinical and administrative duties as part of a System-wide Mental Assessment Response Team (SMART), also commonly referred to as a co-responder model of mobile crisis intervention. The SMART response model consists of a two-person team comprised of a law enforcement officer and a Mental Clinician. The team is responsible for intervening on mental health-related police calls to de-escalate situations that have historically resulted in arrest or hospitalization, and to assess whether the person in crisis should be referred for a higher level of mental health care. The SMART Team provides a wide variety of specialized skills, services, and response capabilities.
The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented professional who can effectively respond to, manage, and coordinate professional mental health services and system support services. The role of the clinician will be to insure continuity of care including, an immediate and professional evaluation, collaboration with proper agencies, referral to appropriate type and level of service and advocacy for treatment deemed necessary. The candidate should have excellent customer service demeanor in a high volume environment, have strong written and verbal communications experience and be professional in directing and interacting with the public during times of emotional and stressful situations.
Link: https://www.summitcountyco.gov/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=97&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=SMART-Clinician-Sheriff39s-Office-470
SMART Case Manager
Summit County Sheriff’s Office
Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Clinical Case Manager. This position will work with the System-wide Mental Assessment Response Team (SMART), also commonly referred to as a co-responder model of mobile crisis intervention. The SMART Clinical Case Manger must be able to effectively support the SMART Clinician and Technician in their work by providing, managing, and coordinating professional mental health services and system support services for people in crisis. The role of the Clinical Case Manager will be to ensure continuity of care including, immediate and appropriate collaboration with proper agencies, referral to appropriate type and level of service, outreach/follow-up and advocacy for treatment deemed necessary.
The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented professional who can effectively respond to, manage, and coordinate professional mental health services and system support services. The role of the clinician will be to insure continuity of care including an immediate and professional evaluation, collaboration with proper agencies, referral to appropriate type and level of service and advocacy for treatment deemed necessary. The candidate should have excellent customer service demeanor in a high volume environment, have strong written and verbal communications experience and be professional in directing and interacting with the public during times of emotional and stressful situations.
Link: https://www.summitcountyco.gov/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=97&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=SMART-Clinical-Case-Manager-Sheriff39s-O-382
Co-Responder
The Center for Mental Health
https://www.centermh.org/careers/
Link: https://www.centermh.org/careers/
Co-responder Clinician
Mind Springs Health/ Pitkin Area Co-responder Teams
Provides clinical assessment/problem identification, crisis intervention, individual, family and group therapy and case management. Develops and monitors treatment plans and progress, documents significant interactions, and maintains clinical charts and other reporting data. Works with a diverse client population in a variety of treatment approaches and/or settings. Provides clinical supervision as needed.

The Clinician II/III Co-Responder is employed by Mind Springs Health and works with the PACT (Pitkin Area Co-responder Teams) program. The purpose of the PACT program is to support law enforcement on mental health calls for service and, when possible, divert individuals with behavioral health disorders or symptoms from involvement in the criminal justice system, engaging them in treatment and/or social services instead.

This position partners closely with law enforcement officers and deputies to provide on scene mobile response, intervention, evaluation and disposition to individuals with behavioral health disorders or symptoms. Will also collaborate with a PACT Case Manager and Peer Specialist.
Link: None
Co-Responder
Multicare Health System
Working with the Pierce County Sheriffs Department as a Co-Responder/DCR, responding to community calls and offerings resources.
Link: None
Director of Crisis
Aspen Hope Center
Part admin, part supervision, part crisis work LOTS of partnership maintenance and continued building with our first response agencies.
Link: None
Crisis Phone Counselor
The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD
The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD (“The HARRIS CENTER”) is looking for a Crisis Phone Counselor to join our Crisis Call Diversion team. The Crisis Call Diversion program is a partnership between The Harris Center, Houston Police Department, Houston Fire Department and the Houston Emergency Communication (HEC) Center. Harris Center Crisis Counselors are positioned at the HEC to divert non-imminent risk mental health calls away from a police and fire response and toward a more appropriate mental health response. The Crisis Counselor helps to divert mental health related calls by de-escalating callers, assessing for risk, providing crisis intervention, and referral to crisis, outpatient, and community services as appropriate. The Crisis Counselor completes follow up work to ensure collaborative action plans are effective and de-escalation continues.
Link: https://theharriscenter.org/Job-Listings
BEST Criminal Justice Diversion Police Co-Responder-Mental Health Clinician
Boston Medical Center
Position: BEST Criminal Justice Diversion Police Co-Responder/Mental Health Clinician
Department: Psychiatry
Schedule: FT, 40 hrs, Rotating Days/Evenings
POSITION SUMMARY:
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, to provide assessments on-site, in the community, or at the police district and deliver rapid access to community mental health, substance abuse and psychiatry services, including urgent linkage to other components of the BEST system.
EDUCATION:
Master's Degree in social work, psychology, education, counseling, or related field Preferred
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:
LCSW/ LICSW or LMHC license preferred
EXPERIENCE:
Experience in delivering mental health services to traumatized children or families is a plus.
Clinical counseling experience with families affected by violence or trauma
Experience working with crisis intervention services desirable
Experience in health or hospital settings desirable
Link: https://bmc.appvault.com/create?oid=3094d90d-7e83-44e6-afcb-2b1542f40efb&rLink=https%3a%2f%2fbmc.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com%2fen-US%2fBMC%2fjob%2fBoston%2fBEST-Criminal-Justice-Diversion-Police-Co-Responder-Mental-Health-Clinician_19020%2fapply
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