Care Coordinator Opportunity|
Job Location: Modesto,CA
JOB SUMMARY: This position has primary responsibility for being a member of the Child and Family Team (CFT) and coordinating and providing mental health and linkage services to youth and their families referred through the Central Star FSP program.
Education / Experience
Master’s degree in child counseling, development or psychology, social services or vocational counseling or related social science field required, plus two (2) years of experience working in a behavioral health field
License or Certification
BBS registration as MFT-Intern, ASW, PCCI, or Psychology Assistant
BBS licensed as LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, or Psychologist
Valid California Driver's License
Meets Agency driver eligibility criteria
Ability to interact and communicate both verbally and in writing with clients, parents, schools, other staff, physicians, county agencies, other health care and social services providers and the public.
Ability to work independently and as a member of a treatment team.
Ability to develop, maintain, and adjust a daily/weekly work schedule that accommodates clients’ needs and availability.
Good coordination and meeting facilitation skills.
Ability to develop strong relationships with other agencies and community partners.
Good organizational, writing, and time management skills.
Demonstrated understanding of psychiatric illness and its treatment.
Ability to understand and work with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds in a positive manner
Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of county and community-based agencies
Ability to physically perform Community Safety Interventions (CSI)
Ability to visually and audibly assess clients’ behavior and needs.
Ability to stand and walk for long periods, up to 3 hours at a time.
Ability to drive within the community in personal and company vehicles
POTENTIAL JOB HAZARDS
Potential for eye and wrist strain from computer screen and minor lacerations from paper cuts.
Interaction with potentially assaultive youth.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assumes primary facilitative role for FSP services for families.
Conducts initial and ongoing assessments of the youth and family to identify strengths and needs.
Develops, in collaboration with the Child and Family team, plans of care.
Facilitates CFT meetings.
Uses a “whatever it takes” approach to provide services in various settings, including homes, schools, and community and office settings. Uses personal vehicle to drive to and from offsite locations to provide services. May be required to transport clients and/or client family members in personal vehicle.
Provides services, including individual, family, and group therapy and collateral, to youth and their families, as deemed necessary and appropriate through the assessment process and in collaboration with the Child and Family team.
Provides crisis intervention to youth and families as needed.
Provides and facilitates others in providing case management and linkage services provided to youth and their families.
Documents all services provided in a clear and concise manner within the Electronic Health Record within the timelines and framework established by Central Star.
Guides services provided by the Family Specialists and Parent Partners through the CFT meeting process.
Completes outcomes measures in collaboration with the FSP Program Manager of QA/Training.
Develops and maintains relationships with child welfare, behavioral health, and other external partners.
Ensures proper follow up on all referrals made to both internal and external resources.
Acts as a liaison between Central Star/families and outside agencies.
Has the ability and willingness to contribute to agency quality efforts.
This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive and employee will also perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the FSP Program Manager or his/her designee as needed.
Demonstrated ability to engage clients and families.
Demonstrated ability to assess and diagnose clients with emotional disturbances.
Demonstrated ability to formulate and implement an effective treatment plan.
Demonstrated understanding of psychiatric illness and its treatment as appropriate for Scope of Practice.
Demonstrated understanding of Company’s Compliance Program and Code of Ethics.
Demonstrated understanding of laws and regulation affecting behavioral health clinical care.
Ability to perform clear and concise documentation including use of the EMR where applicable.
Ability to drive to and from clients’ homes in personal vehicle if applicable.
Demonstrated understanding of how to behave in a safe manner while seeing clients in the community or facility as applicable.
Demonstrated ability to recognize dangerous behavior by clients and intervene as appropriate..
In 1988, we began with three intensive, facility-based programs — Star View Adolescent Center, Oasis Rehabilitation Center, and Starlight Rehabilitation Center. We developed each program in partnership with Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Santa Clara Counties to serve children, adolescents, and adults with serious emotional disorders in their respective communities.
In the early 1990's, we began offering an array of in-home and school-based services to support clients in transitioning from our facilities back into their communities. We now serve thousands of clients in community-based programs provided in homes, on school campuses and in partnership with other local agencies — including full service partnerships and other support services that are funded by the Mental Health Services Act.
Today we offer a full continuum of community- and facility-based programs, as well as special education in public and nonpublic schools. We deliver a complete array of therapeutic services — including outpatient, Day Treatment Intensive, and acute and subacute inpatient treatment — all of which are grounded in clinically sound, best practices. We provide our services through contracts with county mental health, child welfare, and juvenile justice departments, as well as with public school districts.
We employ more than 1,000 behavioral health workers including psychiatrists, psychologists and medical doctors, social workers, nurses, rehab therapists, counselors, teachers, aides, and a range of paraprofessional staff.
We help several thousand children and families each year.
We offer over 30 specialized public mental health programs and a wide array of community-based support services in the following counties:
Los Angeles County
San Bernardino County
Santa Clara County
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