Provide supervision and development of The Center at Faith Mission Behavioral Health Team. Ensure that services provided are within the guidelines of agency mission and vision statement and comply with grant, funding source and contractual parameters. Responsible for conducting brief diagnostic screens of clients using The Center at Faith Mission. Ability to assess for internal and environmental strengths and resources, behavioral health needs including AOD level of care, development of initial treatment plan and coordination and linkage with appropriate case managers, treatment services and intervention groups.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Participates in the support and implementation of effective and quality Behavioral Health and Case Management services to be provided to the patients of The Center at Faith Mission.
Coordinate patient services with medical staff in The Center at Faith Mission to ensure the delivery of patient focused, integrated health care.
Provide formal, individual supervision as appropriate for The Center at Faith Mission program staff including case managers and behavioral health treatment providers that will ensure professional development and provide orientation, training, and coaching that will enhance the ethical, confidential and respectful delivery of services to clients.
Conduct comprehensive multiaxial diagnostic assessments with assigned and appropriate clients entering Faith Mission's emergency shelters as needed. Conduct screening interviews for patients The Center at Faith Mission and coordinate care plans with the medical staff.
Determine behavior health needs including AOD level of care.
Coordinate and link clients with appropriate Case Manager and intervention groups.
Develop initial treatment plan based on diagnosis, strengths and needs.
Maintain complete and accurate documentation related to the assessment including client questionnaires, Faith Mission Diagnostic Assessment, Lethality Assessment, Mental Status Exam, Admission Verification for Outpatient Level of Care, Initial Treatment Plan and others as deemed necessary. Maintain clear and precise data and case notes, including timely submission of CQI reports and careful documentation of all client interactions. Ensure timely collection and collation of statistical information. Ensure that all documentation meets HRSA and CARF Accreditation Standards for clinical competency.
Assist with crisis intervention and de-escalation by providing leadership and by modeling professional and calm problem-solving behavior for clients, colleagues and the community.
Actively participate in continuous quality improvement meetings, working with colleagues toward positive client outcomes.
Facilitate weekly case review meetings with The Center at Faith Mission program staff.
Assign caseload to The Center at Faith Mission case management staff.
Assign FM clinic hours & coverage to The Center at Faith Mission case management staff.
In conjunction with the Director of Clinical and Supportive Services and The Center Director provide supervision to student interns to enhance their educational experience by providing quality field instruction while also benefiting Faith Mission programs and fulfill learning agreements with institutions of higher learning.
Provide specialized training to all Faith Mission staff. Provide other clinically oriented trainings to Faith Mission staff and others as needed and required.
Complete a regular review of case files of The Center at Faith Mission case management staff
Maintain positive relationship with residents, shelter staff, volunteers and visitors.
Maintain existing and grow new and existing relationships with collaborative community partners that provide onsite specialized supportive services (Legal Aid, Veterans Administration etc.).
Contribute to an atmosphere of safety, sanctuary, dignity, support and resource through adherence to the Faith Mission Code of Ethics and Confidentiality Agreements.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
The Center at Faith Mission Case Management staff.
Masters degree in Social Work.
Minimum two years working in a social service setting required.
Minimum two years (or equivalent of) supervisory experience working with direct reports.
Experience conducting diagnostic assessments.
Experience working with following or related populations: homelessness, behavioral health, substance abuse/addiction, chronic physical disabilities, HIV/HIV prevention& education strongly preferred.
Experience utilizing (minimally) the following techniques, interventions and EBP's: Motivational Interviewing skills, Stages of Change, Harm Reduction.
Administrative reporting experience.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Dedication to excellent customer service, dignity and respect
Strong oral and written skills
Attention to detail
Strong time-management skills
Knowledge of community resources pertaining to client base
Experience and ability to manage casework for a rapidly changing client base
Skill in word processing, spreadsheet and database software
Commitment to and aptitude for working in a team environment
Ability to work with a diverse group of people
Skill in writing case notes, client action plans, memorandums, letters and proposals
Ability to plan and prioritize work
Valid Ohio driver's license, access to reliable insured transportation and ability to meet LSS insurance standards required
LSSCO is an EOE. M/D/V/F