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Mental Health Caseworker-QMHP
Lakes Regional Community Center
Responsibilities include provision of rehabilitative and skills training, case management, care coordination, treatment planning, crisis services, as well as documentation of client progress. Also provides telemedicine services.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a qualified human services field, including psychology, social work, counseling, sociology, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, special education, nursing or medicine. Must have a valid driver's license and acceptable driving record, as well as personal automobile liability insurance as required by the state of Texas. Working computer skills including Microsoft office.
Link: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LAK1008LKSR/JobBoard/0c22db63-b800-40e5-84bb-25d307bfa173/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=ec0885bf-487c-48f6-acf6-6118d0927c1b
Child/Adolescent Mental Health Caseworker - QMHP
Lakes Regional Community Center
Provide assistance to gain access to medical, social, educational, and other needed resources. Responsibilities include provision of rehabilitative and skills training, service coordination, treatment planning, crisis services, as well as documentation of client progress. Requires some travel within the local service area.

Requires a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in counseling, social work or psychology or other qualified social, behavioral or human services field. Must have a valid Texas driver's license and acceptable driving record, as well as personal automobile liability insurance as required by the state of Texas.

Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in a qualified human services field; two years of related work experience in a mental health setting; knowledge of psychotropic medications and DSM V; working computer skills including MS Word, and bilingual skills a plus.
Link: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LAK1008LKSR/JobBoard/0c22db63-b800-40e5-84bb-25d307bfa173/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=fd369afe-6ef6-4d95-b416-f2ea8e48ad99
IS Application Developer
Lakes Regional Community Center
Implement the code and resulting software into the organization's network as a web portal including unit testing. May be asked to help train clients in their customized programs. Duties include:

Study program specifications to gain a deeper understanding of performance expectations and coding requirements.
Collaborate with Lead Application Developer to plan for coding and overall portal development.
Research solutions to coding and performance issues.
Regularly update the project manager on progress and time estimations to ensure smooth daily operations and accurate planning.
Translate portal performance expectations documents into logical programming sequence and ultimately, into code.
Perform trial runs in later coding stages and modify and existing and potential issues.
Document control language for advanced troubleshooting reference documents.
Advance professional development through active participation in industry organizations, reading programming publications, and pursuing educational opportunities.
Enhancing, upgrading, and versioning current portals that are now in use.
Link: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LAK1008LKSR/JobBoard/0c22db63-b800-40e5-84bb-25d307bfa173/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=f963678a-3cb6-4b76-9d26-d8b244e277f3
IS Network Mgr
Lakes Regional Community Center
Duties include Network Switches and Routers, System Application Software, File and Application Servers (Microsoft Server 2016 and forward, VMware), Active Directory-Azure, Microsoft Office 365, Telephone System (Voice over Internet Protocol, 3CX System), Data Backup and Recovery SAAS Cloud System (Unitrends) and Network and End-user Security System (Fortinet). The Network/Systems Administrator also provides backup support for the Daily Operations Management for the Centers' end-user community. This position reports directly to the Director of Information Services.

Minimum Qualifications:

Two or more years of experience in a network or systems administration role
Comprehensive knowledge of networking concepts and computing infrastructures
Proven skills in network engineering, operations, and performance analysis
Experience with leading server management and monitoring tools
Strong communication skills and ability to create and maintain network and systems documentation
Able to work effectively in a team-based environment
Link: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LAK1008LKSR/JobBoard/0c22db63-b800-40e5-84bb-25d307bfa173/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=c6a07f98-7ad5-44e2-ac34-9c4d7e1d8ba9
IS Senior App Dev.
Lakes Regional Community Center
Responsible for planning and coordinating the network administration team to ensure proper resources are available to fit the application development project's intended scope. Ensures that required resources needed for the application are available and ready for use when the application is turned-up. Responsible for initial application project development requirements and status updates during the life-cycle of the project. Ensures constant quality improvement of developed applications and researches currently utilized applications and their functionality to assist with coding and performance issues. Monitor portal performance, check programming sequence and coding to ensure that the application's performance and security requirements are met. Will regularly update project managers on progress and time estimations to ensure a smooth daily operation and accurate planning. Review trial runs in later coding stages and assist in identifying any existing and potential issues. Reviews, compiles and update advanced troubleshooting reference documents. Advanced professional development through active participation in industry organizations, reading programming publications, and pursuing educational opportunities. Provide supervision to other Application Developers in the Information Services Department to ensure training assignments are met and timely completion of tasks and coding assignments are completed to quality standards. Will approve staff timesheets and ensure that staff adheres to organization policies. This position will report to the Director of Information Services.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science with four years of application programming experience with concentration in MS SQL programming and Power BI reporting dashboard development. Demonstrated proficiency utilizing Net 6.0, C#, jQuery, JavaScript, MS SQL, Visual Studio, MS SSMS, HTML5, RAZOR, MVC, and API.
Link: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LAK1008LKSR/JobBoard/0c22db63-b800-40e5-84bb-25d307bfa173/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=e4d4d46c-8dd9-4b92-9dea-19599065ff2c
Mental Health Caseworker - QMHP
Lakes Regional Community Center
Responsibilities include provision of rehabilitative and skills training, case management, care coordination, treatment planning, crisis services, as well as documentation of client progress. Also provides supported employment and telemedicine services. Requires travel within the local service area.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a qualified human services field, including psychology, social work, counseling, sociology, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, special education, nursing or medicine. Must have a valid driver's license and acceptable driving record, as well as personal automobile liability insurance as required by the state of Texas. Working computer skills including microsoft office.

Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in one of the qualified human services fields noted above; two years of related work experience in a mental health setting; knowledge of psychotropic medications and DSM V; and bilingual skills (English/Spanish).
Link: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LAK1008LKSR/JobBoard/0c22db63-b800-40e5-84bb-25d307bfa173/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=c5e2c2b7-bf09-4940-bebf-1cb1868fd389
Psychiatrist
Lakes Regional Community Center
Lakes Regional Community Center seeks a Psychiatrist to provide clinical care to adult, child and adolescent individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. The Center Psychiatrist will provide psychiatric assessment, diagnosis, treatment and medication monitoring in The Centers outpatient psychiatric clinics. The position is responsible for assisting in the coordination of medication related services to include medical, pharmacy and laboratory services and serves as a resource for information providing education to clients and their families. Position is responsible for treatment in accordance with MH Community Standards, Medicaid standards and all applicable HHS department rules and regulations.

Lakes Regional offers a friendly, flexible work environment with a Work / Life Balance. In addition to annual salary this position has an opportunity to earn Lakes “Prescribers Incentive Bonus” of $13,000 annual, prorated to percentage of hours worked, based on Productivity, Clinic presence & flow and in person attendance to Quarterly Medical Staff Workgroups.

Responsibilities will include:

“Same Day Charting and Prescribing” with daily documentation of services in the electronic medical record with e-prescribing.
Serving, and maintaining timely flow of assigned & scheduled clinic for The Center with possibility of serving other Center clinic locations via local travel and/or televideo media.
In Person Attendance to quarterly medical staff workgroups.
Some day to day travel to The Centers clinics may be required with mileage reimbursement for use of personal vehicle.
Link: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LAK1008LKSR/JobBoard/0c22db63-b800-40e5-84bb-25d307bfa173/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=bbf97e2a-a241-4de4-bd45-bdd0c0c407e7
Clinical Supervisor (Suicide Prevention)
KBR, Inc.
The Clinical Supervisor shall maintain a caseload and conduct intakes, assessments, and psychotherapy, utilizing information from clinical interviews, assessment tools, and collateral sources, provide clinical supervision of a group of licensed clinicians, and provide leadership to all clinical and prevention initiatives. The clinical supervisor is clinically supervised by the site psychiatrist and administratively supervised by the site coordinator, under the leadership of the Senior Program Manager.
Link: www.KBR.com
LCSW
Guadalupe Regional Medical Center
Established group practice seeking LCSW to provide outpatient therapy services to ages 15 and up. Utilizing evidenced based practices, built in referral sources Clinic was established in 1988.
Link: None
Mental Health/Behavioral Health Specialist
San Marcos CISD
Primary Purpose:
Advancing Wellness and Resiliency in Education (AWARE) Texas Expansion Consortium is a state partnership grant initiative funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) that is designed to pilot evidence-based practices that promote mental health and wellness in the school district. The project seeks to prevent youth violence and build capacity for implementing school mental health best practices over a grant period. It seeks to sustain practices in the district when the grant period ends. The initiative will also contribute expertise to school mental health capacity building on the state level as part of the AWARE Texas Expansion Consortium. The Mental Health/Behavioral Health Specialist (MHBHS) will provide direct services for students and families, consultation with educators, crisis intervention services, and will coordinate mental health services with partner agencies in the community. The MHBHS will increase awareness and identification fo mental health issues among all adults working with youth and promote positive mental health for students, families, school staff and community. The MHBHS will work under a clinical supervisor with requisite licensure to provide supervision, the Community Project manager. The MHBHS will have the opportunity for career development by providing mental health services in the school district.

LPC, LPC-A, LMSW, or LCSW for a Pre-K campus. Provide individual and group counseling. Provide professional development for staff. Provide pyscho-educational opportunities for families and the community. Attend trainings to grow professionally.
Link: https://sanmarcos.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=4871
Mental Health & Behavioral Health Specialist
Manor Independent School District
Primary Purpose:
Advancing Wellness and Resiliency in Education (AWARE) Texas Expansion Consortium is a state partnership grant initiative funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) that is designed to pilot evidence-based practices that promote mental health and wellness in the school district. The project seeks to prevent youth violence and build capacity for implementing school mental health best practices over a grant period. It seeks to sustain practices in the district when the grant period ends. The initiative will also contribute expertise to school mental health capacity building on the state level as part of the AWARE Texas Expansion Consortium. The Mental Health/Behavioral Health Specialist (MHBHS) will provide direct services for students and families, consultation with educators, crisis intervention services, and will coordinate mental health services with partner agencies in the community. The MHBHS will increase awareness and identification fo mental health issues among all adults working with youth and promote positive mental health for students, families, school staff and community. The MHBHS will work under a clinical supervisor with requisite licensure to provide supervision, the Community Project manager. The MHBHS will have the opportunity for career development by providing mental health services in the school district.
Link: https://manorisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=4758
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic LPC
Driscoll Children’s Hospital
LPC needed for busy psychiatry clinic in Corpus Christi TX.
• Master’s Degree Social Work (LCSW) or Master’s Degree Counseling (LPC) or Licensed Marriage/Family
Therapist (LMFT) • Two years experience in working in mental health / behavioral health field
• Experience in diagnosing mental health and substance use disorders
• Experience providing individual, group, and family counseling
• Experience providing EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) therapy
Link: None
Youth Aware of Mental (YAM) Health Educator (Outreach Program Coordinator)
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Dell Medical School
The employee will provide child and adolescent mental health educational activities with Independent School Districts (ISDs), communities, and providers across our region. Educational activities are delivered in virtual, face-to-face, and hybrid environments. Conducts integrated training needs assessments and monitors and reports the effectiveness of training. Delivers evidence-based Youth Aware of Mental Health (YAM) curriculum to junior high and high school students (training provided).
Link: https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UTstaff/job/AUSTIN-TX/Youth-Aware-of-Mental--YAM--Health-Educator--Outreach-Program-Coordinator---Department-of-Psychiatry--Dell-Medical-School_R_00025244
Education Coordinator, Youth Therapeutic Respite
Bluebonnet Trails Community Services
Job Description
Program Description: The Bluebonnet Trails Community Services (BTCS) Therapeutic Respite Program will provide a safe, enriching environment that provides a wraparound approach to offering care coordination, family partner services, and an array of innovative therapies for youth between ages 5-17 years old with behavioral health needs. Evidence-based practices will be implemented in play therapy, sand tray therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy, family therapy, applied behavior analysis, brief-solution focused therapy and more. This 10-bed, 24/7 structured and therapeutic program will focus the following objectives:
Provide culturally sensitive and linguistically diverse services that focus on reunification and development of meaningful relationships.
Provide a safe, supportive, and accepting environment.
Provide services and supports that stabilize, enrich, and develop skills to support effective coping, problem-solving and socialization skills.
Connect and partner with BTCS services and/or community services, supports and other resources that will help the child and family with a successful transition to their home environment.
To meet the above objectives, therapeutic and structured services will be provided that include educational, behavioral, and other recovery and trauma-informed focused activities. The treatment team may include Psychiatrist, and other medical providers, Mental Health Professionals, Family Partners, teachers, Care Coordinators, and Licensed Therapists.

Link: https://bbtrails.org/snw_job_postings/2954-education-coordinator-youth-therapeutic-respite-program/
Wraparound Facilitator, Youth Therapeutic Respite
Bluebonnet Trails Community Services
Job Description
Position Description: Under the direct supervision of the Youth Therapeutic Respite Program Manager, this position provides the important role of Intensive Case Management to children, youth, and their families ages 5-17 receiving services in the Therapeutic Respite Program for Youth. This professional is a key member in the assessment and collaboration with individuals served and their parent/LAR to develop recovery plans. An aptitude for working with children and youth with mental health and/or developmental disability diagnoses, knowledge of psychotherapeutic medications, evidence-based practices, and wellness and recovery-oriented systems of care are key components to this position. Intensive Case Management with the individual enrolled will focus on providing the appropriate delivery of services towards and monitoring progress toward goals developed in team meetings. Intensive Case Management with the parent/LAR focuses on coordinating and insuring fidelity of the wraparound process according to the wraparound principles set forth in training. This position has the flexibility to provide services on the unit, community, schools, and youth’s home
Link: https://bbtrails.org/snw_job_postings/2958-wraparound-facilitator-youth-therapeutic-respite-program/
Youth & Family Counselor, Youth Therapeutic Respite
Bluebonnet Trails Community Services

Position Description:
Counselor provides therapeutic assessment, diagnostic, crisis assessment and response, treatment planning, and service coordination to youth and their families in our Therapeutic Respite Program for Youth.
Counselor has opportunity to collaborate on appropriate programming for youth during their stay and provides quality mental health services in group and individual settings.
Evidence-based services will be provided in our Seguin facility or via tele-video, as appropriate.
Counselor is part of multidisciplinary team that responds to crisis situations, safety planning, and facilitating the step down or referral to more intensive, acute treatment environments.
Exemplary professional communication skills are key in communicating with youth, their families, and other members of the treatment team, BTCS programs, and community partners.
Counselor will maintain clinical licensure as a Licensed Professional of the Healing Arts and participate in trainings relevant to the position.
Link: https://bbtrails.org/snw_job_postings/2952-youth-and-family-counselor-youth-therapeutic-respite/
Youth & Family Case Manager
Bluebonnet Trails Community Services

The person in this position will work with youth and their families to deliver intensive case management, skills training and medication education primarily in community-based settings, such as homes and schools. This position uses evidenced based treatment, individualized levels of care, and person-centered recovery planning to best serve youth and their families. The person in this position will assist youth and their families with accessing community resources, and provide rehabilitative services and crisis intervention when needed. All services are documented in an electronic health record and provided in collaboration with a multidisciplinary recovery team.
Link: https://bbtrails.org/snw_job_postings/1607-youth-and-family-case-manager/
Business Manager
Overwatch Project / FORGE
We are seeking an individual with experience and success in business management, including managing project execution and partner relationships, for a rapidly growing nonprofit preventing suicide and saving lives through innovative peer-to-peer training programs.

More about FORGE and the Overwatch Project:

FORGE is the only national nonprofit that is exclusively focused on working from within the firearms community on transformative, non-political initiatives to end gun suicide and gun homicide.

FORGE’s flagship program is the Overwatch Project, our military and veteran suicide prevention initiative. The Overwatch Project is coming at suicide prevention from a new direction, using an approach that helped solve another complex problem: drunk driving. The Overwatch Project is building the equivalent of the “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk” campaign for veterans and service members, only instead of talking about alcohol and vehicles, we are focused on guns and suicide. Through this evidence-based initiative, we save lives by transforming the conversation about firearms and suicide prevention through a comprehensive peer-intervention program that includes direct training and community engagement crafted in a blunt, authentic voice.
Link: https://overwatchproject.org/careers
Peer Intervention Trainers & Community Engagement Managers
Overwatch Project / FORGE
We are seeking peer intervention trainers and community engagement managers for a rapidly growing military and veteran suicide prevention program. If you have experience in peer intervention, suicide prevention, public speaking and creative community engagement, we want to talk to you!

More about FORGE and the Overwatch Project:

FORGE is the only national nonprofit that is exclusively focused on working from within the firearms community on transformative, non-political initiatives to end gun suicide and gun homicide.

FORGE’s flagship program is the Overwatch Project, our military and veteran suicide prevention initiative. The Overwatch Project is coming at suicide prevention from a new direction, using an approach that helped solve another complex problem: drunk driving. The Overwatch Project is building the equivalent of the “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk” campaign for veterans and service members, only instead of talking about alcohol and vehicles, we are focused on guns and suicide. Through this evidence-based initiative, we save lives by transforming the conversation about firearms and suicide prevention through a comprehensive peer-intervention program that includes direct training and community engagement crafted in a blunt, authentic voice.
Link: www.overwatchproject.org
Remote Licensed Crisis Hotline Supervisor
Integral Care
Opportunity for remote work in Texas!

Are you an LMFT, LCSW or LPC interested in working with a suicide prevention hotline? Join Integral Care in helping people live healthier lives and reach their full potential!

We provide trauma-informed, suicide-safer, and evidence-based care in the Austin Area. Our programs focus on treatment for mental illness, substance use disorders and intellectual or developmental disabilities for children and adults. We offer specialized programming and prioritize suicide care and safety. At Integral Care, you will join a mission-driven team that embraces diversity and equity both in our workforce and the people we serve.

With the hotline team, you will work collaboratively with the management team to supervise and monitor crisis line employees as they support callers, provide training, and offer back-up call support.
See job listing for full description of position.
Link: https://integralcare.e3applicants.com/careers/Remote-Licensed-Crisis-Hotline-Supervisor-4838
Remote Crisis hotline qualified mental health professional (QMHP)
Integral Care
Opportunity to work remotely in Texas!
The Integral Care Crisis Hotline is a primary point of contact for the public, consumers, providers, and community partners. The Crisis Hotline also answers crisis calls for 988 (National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline), primarily representing Central Texas. Calls, texts, and chats are answered 24/7, including holidays. The primary role of the Crisis Hotline QMHP is to handle crisis calls, text, and chats by providing crisis intervention services and risk assessments, to complete initial screenings, provide information about Integral Care services, provide community referrals and support, and link callers with the appropriate service providers. This position requires strong communication skills and sound clinical judgement. These duties are completed with a focus on customer care, wherein staff will find ways to best meet the needs of callers. This position can be 100% remote if staff have a private space that meets all HIPAA requirements. Regular predictable attendance is an essential requirement for this position and a flexible work schedule may be required. The Crisis Hotline QMHP works under general supervision with moderate latitude for the exercise of independent judgement.
Link: https://integralcare.e3applicants.com/careers/Remote-Crisis-hotline-qualified-mental-health-professional-QMHP-4854
Family and Youth Services Therapist 1
Family Service Center
FAYS School-based Program

Master Level clinician or intern completing supervised hours for Texas licensure (LPC, LPC-A, LCSW, LMSW, LMFT)

Conduct screening and assessments
Treatment Planning and Discharge Planning
Individual and family therapy sessions
Prevention and Psychoeducation groups
Case Management experience appreciated

On-site supervision available.

Family Service Center will pay half of up to $50.00 for outside supervision.

Positions available at Family Service Center (FSC) Texas City and Galveston locations.
Link: None
Case Manager
Austin Municipal Court
Juvenile Case Manager - see link attached. City of Austin benefits.
Link: https://www.austincityjobs.org/postings/109611
Responsive Services Counselor
Garland ISD Counseling Department
We are seeking LPC,LMSW, LCSW, LSSP counselors to help with mental health awareness/education, short term counseling, crisis intervention, and connecting families to resources. Counselors serve on a team of 15 mental health professionals to meet the needs of 71 Garland ISD campuses (pre-k - 12). Come work with an amazing team with great benefits! Text or email Dr. Lisa Olsen with questions.
Link: https://www.applitrack.com/garlandisd/onlineapp/
Registered Therapist- Children's Subject Matter Expert
Central Counties Services
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Serves as the subject matter expert (SME) in children's needs and services for the crisis response teams at Central Counties Services.
Creates and maintains relationships with referral sources such as schools, pediatricians, and DFPS.
Serves as a primary consultant to crisis team members regarding children in crisis.
Takes on-call requests for crisis assessments for individuals who present in crisis in Central Counties hospitals, jails, and detention facilities for treatment recommendations in the least restrictive environment.
Takes on-call requests for crisis assessments for State Mental Health Facility (SMHF) placement.
Assesses individuals current and ongoing needs with regards to support systems and available community resources, schools, and facilities, etc., as needed and requested by the individual.
Provide State Mental Health Facility (SMHF) hospital discharge follow up within seven days, crisis follow up and transition services to individuals.
Conducts diagnostic interviews with individuals and appropriate/designated family members to obtain psychiatric, psychosocial and developmental histories of individuals to determine preliminary diagnosis, priority population determination and appropriateness of agency services according to Center Performance Contract and Texas Administrative Codes.
Meet crisis response timeliness requirements for assessment requests as identified by the State of Texas Emergent within one hour, Urgent within eight hours, and Routine within twenty-four hours.
Documents case records, assessments, person-centered recovery plans and progress notes within two business days.
Frequent daily driving within the catchment area is required.

Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=88269&clientkey=05D6E2C1B5E38567CD2CA03C6A775D1E
Caseworker 2 - 1156 (MCOT)
Central Counties Services
NTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

MCOT staff will, using best clinical practices and benchmark standards, complete a crisis assessment on any individual who presents in crisis at Central Counties Services clinic locations.
When assigned the primary on-call status, MCOT staff will respond to calls dispatched through Avail Solutions crisis hotline to complete a face-to-face crisis assessment within the designated timeframes outlined in CCS MCOT policies and procedures.
MCOT staff will provide follow-up sessions on all crisis encounters. MCOT staff will provided 24 or 48-hour follow-up face-to face sessions depending on status of client. This requirement is to be met 100% of the time. Document any barriers prohibiting meeting this requirement.
Make appropriate determination for client placement depending on level of current risk based on information gathered from crisis assessment and Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale. If client is determined to meet criteria for an outpatient level of care, then a safety plan will be created or reviewed on-site with the client. Documentation in MyAvatar that a safety plan was completed is required. A copy of the safety plan is to be provided to the client.
MCOT staff will interview individuals and/or authorized representatives to gather information to assess service needs.
Provide State Mental Health Facility (SMHF) hospital discharge follow up within seven days, crisis follow up and transition services to individuals. This must be completed 100% of the time. Document any barriers prohibiting meeting this requirement.
Identifies problem areas, service gaps, and areas that are barriers to services for clients as needed and/or requested by assessing individuals current and ongoing needs with regards to support systems and available community resources, schools, and facilities, etc., as needed and requested by the individual.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=88401&clientkey=05D6E2C1B5E38567CD2CA03C6A775D1E
Caseworker 2-MCOT (Mobile Crisis Outreach Team). Position number 1127
Central Counties Services
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

MCOT staff will, using best clinical practices and benchmark standards, complete a crisis assessment on any individual who presents in crisis at Central Counties Services clinic locations.
When assigned the primary on-call status, MCOT staff will respond to calls dispatched through Avail Solutions crisis hotline to complete a face-to-face crisis assessment within the designated timeframes outlined in CCS MCOT policies and procedures.
MCOT staff will provide follow-up sessions on all crisis encounters. MCOT staff will provided 24 or 48-hour follow-up face-to face sessions depending on status of client. This requirement is to be met 100% of the time. Document any barriers prohibiting meeting this requirement.
Make appropriate determination for client placement depending on level of current risk based on information gathered from crisis assessment and Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale. If client is determined to meet criteria for an outpatient level of care, then a safety plan will be created or reviewed on-site with the client. Documentation in MyAvatar that a safety plan was completed is required. A copy of the safety plan is to be provided to the client.
MCOT staff will interview individuals and/or authorized representatives to gather information to assess service needs.
Provide State Mental Health Facility (SMHF) hospital discharge follow up within seven days, crisis follow up and transition services to individuals. This must be completed 100% of the time. Document any barriers prohibiting meeting this requirement.
Identifies problem areas, service gaps, and areas that are barriers to services for clients as needed and/or requested by assessing individuals current and ongoing needs with regards to support systems and available community resources, schools, and facilities, etc., as needed and requested by the individual.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=88406&clientkey=05D6E2C1B5E38567CD2CA03C6A775D1E
Crisis Counsleor
UNT Counseling and Testing Services
Provide safety assessment and intervention for University Students seeking urgent and crisis mental health support
Link: https://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/73802
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