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Job Description:

MSW - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH THERAPIST ( Outpatient)

Great Lakes Recovery Centers is looking for both full-time and part-time Behavioral Health Therapists for our outpatient offices located in our Escanaba, Hancock, Munising, and Sault Ste. Marie,  Michigan clinics. Candidate must possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work and be a Licensed Social Worker in the State of Michigan, or a Master’s Degree in Counseling or related field with LPC license. Experience in mental health and addiction counseling is preferred. Strong candidates will be organized, able to work independently, and must be passionate about helping people with behavioral health disorders.

Employees who consistently meet service goals will have the potential to earn an extra $100-$300 per week on top of hourly pay.

Wage commensurate with experience. Fringe benefits included but not limited to: Paid Vacation, Sick, and Holidays. Health Insurance (including dental, vision, and prescription), 401K & Life and AD&D Insurance.

As an employee of Great Lakes Recovery Centers Inc., you may qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). The PSLF Program forgives the remaining balance on your Direct Loans (Student Loans) after you have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer. As a non-profit, GLRC is a qualifying employer. For more information regarding PSLF please visit: https://studentaid.gov/manage-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service

Send cover letter and resume to Great Lakes Recovery Centers, Attn: HR, 97 S Fourth St., Suite C, Ishpeming, MI 49849. No phone calls please.

 

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Sacred Heart is offering a $5,000 Sign-on Bonus for Bay City and Saginaw locations.

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking Clinical Outpatient Therapists (LMSW, LLMSW, LPC, LLPC, LLP, TLLP, LMFT, LLMFT) to provide outpatient behavioral health services for our Bay City and Saginaw, MI locations.

Hybrid positions consist of 3 days in the office and 2 days remote. / Flexible pay structure: either FT with benefits or fee-for-service W2 positions that offer scheduling flexibility.

 

Looking for experienced therapists or will train newly licensed therapists in:

Substance Use & Co-occurring Disorders
Assessment, Clinical Evaluation, Treatment Planning
Teletherapy, Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
Didactic Educational Groups
Discharge/Aftercare Planning
The managed care authorization process
Monitoring, documenting, and reporting client progress

 

Job Requirements:

Master’s Degree from an accredited College or University with a specialization in clinical psychology, social work, or counseling preferred.
Licensed by State of Michigan LARA.
MCBAP CAADC or eligibility to file a development plan.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in oral and written formats.
Commitment to providing excellent customer service.
Ability to utilize necessary computer hardware and software.
Knowledge of the 12 Step programs is preferred.

 

Advantages of employment with Sacred Heart:

Liability Insurance provided
Access to free CEU training opportunities
Working with a multi-disciplinary treatment team
Performance-Based Compensation Plan includes bi-weekly paychecks
Retirement savings plan for employee contributions
Access to Employee Assistance Program
PUBLIC SERVICE LOAN FORGIVENESS (PSLF) PROGRAM for eligible student loans (Sacred Heart qualifies as a non-profit 501(c)(3) employer)
STAR- LRP-approved site, fully licensed and/or certified employees are eligible to apply for this special student loan forgiveness program for SUD programs.

Interested candidates who meet the job requirements listed should include a cover letter and apply through the link or fax to Attention: Shawna at: 810-392-8103.

 

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Job Description:

Full time position available providing therapy: including: individual, family and group therapy to adults, adolescents, children and families with mental health concerns, family system concerns, substance use, and/or co-occurring disorders. Michigan licensed master’s degree preferred in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work is preferred, however, also acceptable is a masters student intern, enrolled in an approved internship from an accredited program from one of the following health professional training programs: Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Psychology, or Social Work, which will result in Michigan licensure. The student intern must be within their last year of their graduate program.  The ideal candidate will have experience in working with both adults and adolescents, providing IOP services, and will have a CAADC or CADC substance use certification, or be eligible for a CAADC or CADC development plan within 30 days of hire. (Agency will pay for the development plan). Salary range $48,692.00 - $79,372 based on degree, level of licensure, and experience.  Excellent benefits including but not limited to several paid days off, flexible hours,  retirement plan with employer match, and paid staff development opportunities.

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Types(s):
Full time, Part time

Job Description:
  • Commitment to providing a positive and respectful work environment for people of all cultures, ages, spiritual beliefs, and genders, including gender expression, sexual orientation, languages, and socioeconomic status.
  • Assist individuals in increasing their access to community resources and link consumers to those resources.
  • Assist in coordinating discharge placement to substance use disorder facilities.
  • Assist therapists and nurses with providing education to clients who score high on alcohol screen.
  • Assist clients in sustaining recovery following the termination of treatment by assisting the Primary Therapist and the designated client in developing and implementing a relapse prevention plan.
  • Assist designated clients in developing new activities and behaviors to support sustained recovery.
  • Work with the clinical team to develop and conduct appropriate support groups.
  • Assure that all services provided are properly documented in an accurate and timely manner in accordance with the policies and procedures of Sacred Heart, the standards of CARF, and all applicable funder rules and regulations.
  • Attend and participate in mandatory meetings such as treatment team meetings and all staff meetings. Complete all mandatory training at hire and annually when due. Follow all Sacred Heart Policies and Procedures, Corporate Compliance, and Code of Conduct.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Program Leader.

Qualifications:

  • Must be in recovery from a substance use disorder and involved in a 12-step recovery program with a minimum of 2 years of sobriety.
  • Credentialed as a Certified Peer Recovery Coach or have the ability to obtain.
  • High School Graduate or GED.
  • Good written and oral communication skills. Good computer skills.
  • Knowledge of 12 step recovery model.
  • Demonstrated awareness of local community support groups and resources.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule.
  • No past violent crimes or weapons charges.
  • Ability to adapt to change, motivate others, and provide empathic support.

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.

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Types(s):
Full time

Job Description:
Substance Use Disorders (SUD) Therapist
$3,000 Sign-on Bonus
Warren, Michigan
 

 

  • Flexible Work Schedule Options               
  • 401(k) Match                                    
  • Medical/Dental/Vision                 
  • Supplemental Insurances
  • Vacation/Sick/Holiday Pay           
  • Referral Bonus Program
  • Pet Insurance
  • 100% Employer Paid Employer Paid Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability
  • Pre-tax Flexible Spending Account           
 
               
Join our growing team, committed to service excellence!
 
About Judson Center – Since 1924, Judson Center has been a leader in human services. We have locations in five counties, Wayne, Washtenaw, Oakland, Macomb and Genesee, providing compassionate and comprehensive services to thousands of children, adults, and families annually.
 
Our Core Values are  Passion  Service  Celebration!
 
Job Summary:
Judson Center is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). Therapist will provide individual, family, and/or group psychotherapy to children and adults who have a diagnosable Mental Health Disorder and/or has a Substance Use Disorder that interferes with or limits their quality of life. The services focus on individual strengths and dynamics. Therapist will be part of an integrated care team, which includes substance use, mental health, and physical health care services.
 
Job Qualifications:
  • Minimum two years’ experience providing case management and/or mental health/substance use services to families and individuals.
  • Clinical experience, knowledge of best practices, evidence based practice models, trauma informed care, and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders preferred.
  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology, State licensure in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology, full licensure preferred.
  • CAADC, CADC, or other addiction certification preferred.
 
No phone calls please.  Judson Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
 

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Types(s):
Full time

Job Description:

We are looking for a certified Peer Recovery Coach (Male)

What is a Peer Recovery Coach?

A peer recovery coach is an individual who has lived experience in receiving services and/or supports for a substance use condition. They serve as a guide to initiate, achieve and sustain long-term recovery from addiction including medication assisted, faith based, 12 step and other pathways to recovery. We are looking for a male to be able to take on other male peers.

Job responsibilities

  • Meeting with Peer Recovery Clients on a daily basis to help people to create their own recovery plans, and develop their own recovery pathways
  • Provide direct services primarily in-person to individuals as assigned.
  • Ensures assigned paperwork is completed and maintained in accordance with funding source standards
  • Demonstrates in practice there are multiple pathways to recovery.
  • Work cooperatively and effectively with personnel of assigned site, for example, emergency department staff.
  • Establish and maintain liaison relationships with appropriate agencies.
  • Facilitate timely referral and placements from hospital to treatment/recovery support providers.
  • Connect individuals to a larger community of care.
  • Educate, assist, and support family members, as requested.
  • Documents information for established outcomes as required.
  • Participates in ongoing recovery coach training, education, and performance support.
  • Ability to adjust hours of work based on the community needs, including some evening and weekends.

-1-2 year minimum clean time is ideal

- Mental health experience preferred

-Must be a Certified Peer Recovery Coach

-Must have a valid driver's license

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekend availability

Experience:

  • Recovery: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Mental health experience (Preferred)

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Job Description:

Alcohol & Other Drug Program Coordinator | Community Health Associate

Work type: Support Staff
Pay Grade: 12
Major Administrative Unit / College: General University Items
Department: Msu Student Health Center 10090392
Sub Area: AP- Professionals
Salary: Salary Commensurate with Experience
Location: East Lansing
Categories: Health Care Support, Student Services/Student Affairs, Advising/Counseling, Administrative Professionals- AP, Full Time (90-100%), Union

 

Working/Functional Title

Alcohol & Other Drug Program Coordinator

Position Summary

This position will be responsible for the coordination and implementation of campus wide alcohol and other drug harm reduction efforts.  The ideal candidate is experienced in health promotion and will have a passion for supporting systems-level campus well-being. This staff member will provide leadership for, and apply best practices to, all alcohol and other drug initiatives. The Community Health Associate/Alcohol and Other Drug Coordinator will be responsible for the following:

  • Curriculum Development and Training - develop, deliver, and evaluate alcohol and/or other drug trainings (online and in-person), provide subject matter consultation customized to the needs of specific audiences/constituencies which may include students, staff, and faculty, apply continuous improvement processes to ensure the quality and effectiveness of programs
  • Student Engagement - consult and partner with student organizations and student leaders, support student development around effective advocacy for high-risk drinking prevention, recovery, and drug misuse prevention, contribute to the training, onboarding, and support of student hourly employees in prevention
  • Policy and Strategy - collaborate with Health Promotion and Communications team to develop and disseminate population health campaigns including social norms clarification strategies, content-specific education, and provide consultation on AOD best practices and evidence informed strategies

Position Specific Duties:

  • Provides consultation, training, and capacity-building resources for stakeholders to advance a health-promoting setting with respect to policies, learning and working environments, physical spaces, services and support, student development, and/or opportunities for social connectedness. 
  • Develops, implements, organizes, and evaluates population-health initiatives based on sound data, theory, and evidence 
  • Gathers and evaluates population-level health data and engages with stakeholders to discern needs and interests and build capacity for population-level health improvement. Represent Health Promotion and Michigan State University in relevant groups which may include campus, local, or national organizations.
  • Applies evidence-based theories, frameworks, and assessments according to current health research and practice 

Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills

Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing one or two years of post-bachelor degree work such as Master's in Social Work with a concentration in behavioral or social science or Master's in Public Health or Nursing; one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in public health programming or health risk appraisal; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Desired Qualifications

  • Experience in health promotion in a higher education setting
  • Project management
  • Experience coordinating the administration of assessment and/or evaluation initiatives
  • Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC) credential

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or protected veteran status.

Required Application Materials

cover letter

resume

Together-we-will Statement

The university is requiring all MSU students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 with limited exceptions. Learn more at: https://msu.edu/together-we-will/

Work Hours

Duties may require some evenings and weekend hours

Website

www.olin.msu.edu

Application close: Dec 19 2022 Eastern Standard Time

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POSITION SUMMARY

Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is seeking a master's level clinical therapist to work in our adult substance use disorder outpatient clinic in Monroe, Michigan. The Clinical Therapist is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of individual and/or group treatment. This position works as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes medical providers. Duties also include documentation in the electronic clinical record and treatment planning for the purposes of compliance with accreditation and licensing and meeting the conditions established by third-party funders.

BENEFITS:

* Health insurance for full-time employees

* Generous paid time off for both part-time and full-time employees

* 10 paid holidays

* Retirement plan with employer matching

*Free clinical supervision for limited- licensed clinicians and those on a MCBAP development

*Professional environment that values the professional development of our clinical staff and cutting-edge treatment approaches

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies
  • Limited or fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or Limited License Psychologist)
  • Clinical experience with substance use disorders, relapse prevention techniques and a recovery-oriented system of care
  • Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, good moral character with flexibility of work schedule, including the ability to conduct telehealth
  • Position requires good verbal and written skills
  • Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for adults
  • Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency and service providers
  • Shall carry a caseload of a minimum of 12 cases for part time and 24 cases for full time.
  • Prepare assigned clients for discharge or transition through planning and linkage with services as indicated
  • Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature and professional manner and treat clients, referral sources and coworkers with dignity and respect
  • Complete documentation within agency guidelines and timeframes
  • Attend regular supervisory sessions, in service trainings, all required staff meetings and psychiatric consultation as required

POSITION CLASSIFICATION, TYPE & EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK:

Part time or a full-time position. Hybrid/office schedule offered. The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. This position requires two evenings per week to accommodate client scheduling requests.

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Qualifications: CADC or Registered Development Plan for CADC with MCBAP within 30 days of hire

Two years' experience in the substance abuse field.

Reports To: Director of Program Services/Program Coordinator

Responsibilities:

(1) Provide individual, group therapy, and case management for assigned clients (Residential/Out-patient).

(2) Submit weekly billing to the accounting department for all client on case load, including individual services provided to Out- Patient clients.

(3) Identify and develop solutions to overcome any problems that might interfere with the delivery of services and the atmosphere of the overall environment.

(4) Respond to basic client needs in the Program.

(5) Develop and maintain positive role modeling for program clients.

(6) Maintain and report all needed facility maintenance and renovations.

(7) Documentation of all clinical interventions and emergency situations.

(8) Attend weekly staff meetings/Family Focus/Case Managers Meetings.

(9) Rotation on the Staff on Call schedule (if applicable)

(10) Coordinate/oversee all activities related to the program to ensure progress, safety and continuity of care.

(11) Facilitate groups to include but not limited to Concept groups (weekly), Encounter groups (weekly), Possible Cardinal Rule groups (as needed), Level groups (as assigned).

(12) Develop and update master treatment plans for assigned clients.

(13) Request electronic authorizations for continued stay in treatment for assigned clients.

(14) Participate in the orientation of new staff to the Odyssey House method of treatment, house rules, clinical activities, paperwork, schedules, etc.

(15) Will utilize Motivational Enhance Techniques.

(16) Assure to a welcoming atmosphere for all clients entering the program

(17) Participate in training related to co-occurring disorder services

(18) Perform other duties as assigned.

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Full time, Part time

Job Description:

Position Summary: Administer therapeutic treatment, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, behavioral modification and motivational interviewing to assist clients in controlling their substance use and co-occurring disorders and other areas of concern. Provide individual, psychological testing, didactic and group counseling services to clients and families to assist them in achieving more effective personal, social, educational, and vocational development and adjustment. Assess and evaluate as dictated by his/her Master’s, or Ph D degree or at his/her level of licensure.

Tasks:

  1. Collects information about individuals or clients, using interviews, case histories, observational techniques, and other assessment methods.

 

  1. Analyzes data, such as interview notes, test results, and reference manuals and texts to identify symptoms and diagnose the nature of client's problems.

 

  1. Counsels clients to assist them in understanding personal or interactive problems, defining goals, and developing realistic action plans.
  2. Develop and implement therapeutic treatment plan with goals obtained from the client, based upon their current Stage of Change.

    5. Select and administer appropriate screening tools to support observations and diagnoses.

 

  1. Advises clients on the potential benefits of counseling or makes referrals to specialists and/or other institutions for non-counseling problems.
  2. Leads educational didactic sessions and group counseling sessions to provide support in such areas as women specialty, grief, stress, or chemical dependency.
  3. Utilize appropriate therapeutic modalities to assist the client in achieving identified goals and document progress following each date of service.
  4. Complete appropriate quarterly reviews with client input.

 

  1. Be available for clients in case of an emergency.

 

  1. Communicate with managed care and insurance companies as needed for authorization for services.

 

  1. Complete the discharge process including a continuing care plan.
  2. Attend monthly group meetings with the Chief Executive Officer and clinical supervision meetings with Site Supervisor.

 

  1. If licensed, will conduct psychological testing according to client need. Will complete assessments and reports in a timely manner and provide appropriate feedback and recommendations.

 

  1. Complete all necessary paperwork for client care in a timely manner.

General Tasks:

  1. Use and disclose protected health information only as authorized in their job description or as authorized by a supervisor.
  2. Conduct oral discussions of personal health information with other staff or with clients and family members in a manner that limits the possibility of inadvertent disclosures.
  3. Complete privacy training and other trainings required by the credentialing entities (COA, LARA) or funding entities.
  4. Report all suspected violations of the policies and procedures and/or business associate agreement terms.
  5. Participation in the LPS Continuous Quality Improvement program (CQI) and processes. Providing quality feedback and offering improvement ideas as new areas of the agency develop and in service to our staff and clients.
  6. Follow List Psychological policies and procedures.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Ability to work with diverse clientele and cultural backgrounds.
  2. A Master’s or Doctoral degree in counseling, psychology or social work.
  3. Training and/or experience in co-occurring disorders.
  4. Ability to work well with others of varying education and skill level.

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Job Description:

Hegira Health, Inc. (HHI), a private non-profit corporation, is one of the largest freestanding behavioral healthcare agencies in the area. HHI, accredited by the Joint Commission and licensed by the State of Michigan, provides a broad array of mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention services to individuals of all ages.

Oakdale Recovery Center (ORC) - provides withdrawal management and short-term residential treatment services to adults with substance use disorders, many whom have mental health disorders as well. Average LOS is 3 days for WD and 14 days for residential treatment.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • A Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university, specializing in psychology, social work, counseling, or other related human services field
  • Current, appropriate licensure/certification issued by the State of Michigan
  • CCS (CCS-DP) credential
  • Five years’ experience in the behavioral health field
  • Three years of supervisory experience in a SUD setting
  • Experience with personnel and facility management, data, risk-management, program development, quality improvement initiatives, and evidenced-based practices

.RESPONSIBILITIES (summary):

  • Staffing, assignments, performance monitoring, scheduling of ORC Leadership
  • Team – Medical Director, Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatrist, Physician’s Assistant (PA), Recovery Coach Supervisor, Peer Recovery Coach Coordinator, Office Manager, Intake Coordinator, Daily Operations Coordinator, clinician staff

Clinical Management

  • Provides clinical and operational oversight of Oakdale Recovery Center
  • Recommend clinical content of program
  • Oversee implementation of clinical quality of care
  • Ensure clinical program and delivery of services meets payor expectations
  • Ensure efficient, effective workflow and structured schedule meeting all clinical, quality and financial goals

Facility Management

  • Serve as liaison to landlord, HHI Purchasing, food/meal vendor
  • Monitors and ensures safety of facilities within and outside of Oakdale building

Fiscal Management

  • Participate in annual budgetary process
  • Ensure adherence to FY budget by monitoring expenditures to maintain budgetary limitations
  • Lead and or assist with RFPs, grant applications, securing additional sources of funding, etc.
  • Monitor and ensure daily census meets or exceeds budget goals

Ongoing

  • Regular Meeting Attendance, including but not limited to payer provider meetings, HHI quality management meetings
  • Coordinate and facilitate payer audits
  • Develop, submit, and monitor outcomes of corrective action plans/plans for improvement, as required
  • Serve as liaison to IT between ORC, IT, and Administration
  • Make training recommendations in keeping with payer expectations and or new programming plans/opportunities
  • Coordinate with QMD changes to ORC policy and procedures

Please email a resume to sbarrick@hegirahealth.org.

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Job Description:

Position: Clinician/Care Manager

Position code: 23-20

Position Location: Ehardt Building

Current Work hours: 37.5 HRS./WK.

Compensation Range: $26.40/HR- $35.83 /HR.

If Annualized: $51,486.38-$68,896.87

Position Dates: ASAP

Supervisor: Andrea Misch, Clinical Supervisor

Date Position Posted: 11/9/2022

Internal Deadline: 11/17/2022

External Deadline: Until Filled

Requirements: LLMSW, LMSW, TLLP, LLP, LP, LPC, or LLPC

Testing Requirements: Critical Thinking and DISC Assessment

All internal and external job applicants are required to use UltiPro to apply for this position.  Please see the Sanilac County CMH website at www.sanilaccmh.org and click on “Employment”.

Sanilac County CMH embraces an employment environment that promotes recovery and discovery, a person-centered approach to treatment/services, and cultural competence.  An employee in this or any position is expected to support the employment environment.  This includes having lived experience with behavioral health issues.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title:                                 Clinician/Care Manager

Department:                           MI Services/Children’s Services

Location:                                 Ehardt Center/Kids Connection

Supervisor:                             Clinical Supervisor

Classification:                         Eight (8)

Prepared Date:                       2/7/2012

Reviewed By HR:                    06/18/2015, 12/01/2015, 12/01/2016, 12/01/2017, 12/01/2018, 12/02/2019, 10/15/2020, 3/8/2022, 10/24/22

Reviewed By Supervisor:       12/20/2019, 10/15/2020, 3/22/2022

Revised By:                             Chief Clinical Officer

Revised Date:                         2/7/2012, 02/10/2013, 07/11/2014, 12/09/2014, 02/23/2016, 04/05/2017, 06/06/2017, 10/17/2017, 02/21/2018, 12/3/2019, 12/20/2019, 1/27/2021, 10/24/2022

 

SUMMARY

This position provides intensive therapy and case management assistance/support to individuals/families in need of services provided by MI Services/SED Services. This may include services such as case management, on-call, intakes, crisis management and individual and/or group therapy. This position includes providing support to other county agencies or traveling to individual’s homes.   This position will perform the following duties:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Provide individual, family and group therapy. The clinician develops materials for and provides group therapy rotation as needed.
  • Link, monitor, coordinate and advocate with community agencies to assist the individual in accessing basic needs like housing, medical appointments, employment, and other needs as they arise.
  • Participates in evidence based practices as assigned (TF-CBT, ACT/IDDT/FPE/etc).
  • Completes intake assessments and makes referrals for services and programs.
  • Gathers and Reviews information such as medical, psychological, and social history contributing to the individual’s situation. Evaluates this information to determine the individual’s needs and capabilities towards the least restrictive environment and/or services.
  • Initiates and coordinates professional assessments according to the presenting problem and relevant standards, and is responsible for sharing and presenting assessment/treatment data as authorized and required for implementation and coordination with other agencies, courts and caretaker.
  • Maintain agency standards of compliance in the documentation, billing, and other requirements to obtain maximum reimbursement.
  • Completes the person-centered plan of service and periodic review of progress, assuring revision as needed, and assuring that the preferences of the individual served are reflected in the individual plan of treatment. Makes direct/indirect contacts in accordance to the person-centered plan with the assigned individuals, and is responsible for assuring the implementation, coordination, and monitoring of the person-centered plan of service in residential, employment, school, and other settings.
  • Serves as the primary advocate for assigned individuals, and as the primary liaison with their families, guardians, caretaker and/or their agencies involved in their service network.
  • Provides consultation, referral and in-services to staff, caretaker, families and other agencies as needed to meet the specialized needs of individuals served.
  • Participates in and assists with placement planning and completes necessary forms and paperwork for placement.
  • Provide community outreach to individuals who have a history of hospital recidivism in order to be proactive in preventing crisis situations
  • The clinician participates in after hours on-call participation, crisis intervention during the workday, and other duties as assigned.
  • Staff will complete SIS assessments, as directed by supervisor
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

CCBHC Services Specific Duties

  • Provide outpatient evidenced based therapy to individuals that suffer from mild to moderate mental conditions and/or substance abuse.
  • Will complete appropriate screenings and assessments as per the program guidelines.

Residential Services Specific Duties

  • Will be training staff working in the homes.
  • Monitoring AFC home incident report and medication compliance.
  • Attend AFC home staff meeting.
  • Must be a backup clinical consultant for behavioral issues for staff.
  • Behavioral plan development and assessment.
  • For individuals requiring specialized, contracted, and other placement services, the Clinician completes and coordinates a residential treatment plan and visits the home at least monthly to monitor progress in the placement setting.
  • Review residential progress notes for individuals in specialized placements.

Clinical Services Clinician/Care Manager:

  • Staff will complete appropriate OBRA Assessments and/or provide OBRA coordination as directed by supervisor.
  • Must be able to create and implement behavior plans.
  • Staff will participate in BTC committee, as needed for their individuals.

Children’s Services Clinician/Care Manager

  • Staff will complete SIS assessments, as directed by supervisor.
  • Staff will complete ADOS-2 assessments for the ABA benefit program, as directed by supervisor.
  • Provide services based on the Children’s Mobile Crisis Team model to divert inpatient hospitalization for children under 21 years of age.

Intensive Outpatient Clinician/Care Manager Specific Duties

  • Staff will coordinate transition of services from ACT level services to intensive outpatient services.
  • Services will be provided at a higher intensity within the office, home, and community to prevent inpatient hospitalization. Intensity of services will be based on individual need.
  • Staff will coordinate transition of services from intensive outpatient services to traditional outpatient services when appropriate, while ensuring that the individual is in the least restrictive environment for treatment.
  • Provide services in a multi-disciplinary approach with psychiatrist, care manager, peer support specialist, etc. to ensure individuals receive services to meet their individualized needs.

SUD/Integrated Health Clinician/Care Manager Specific Duties

  • Facilitate IDDT evidence based practice.
  • Coordinate services with Medication Assisted Treatment programs within the county.
  • Link individuals to appropriate community referrals, including SUD self-help groups and inpatient SUD treatment.
  • Coordinate services with PCP’s within the county to assist in integrated treatment for individuals with comorbid health conditions and SUD diagnoses.
  • Educate individuals on the 12-steps.
  • Facilitate groups specific to individuals with co-occurring SUD/MH diagnoses.

COMPETENCIES

Sanilac CMH staff are dedicated to providing services to the community to improve lives.  When they see a task that needs to be completed, they step in to assist or are first in line to help the Agency in promoting recovery, discovery and independence.  Each staff member works within their strengths and collaborates with their coworkers so that collectively we are a stronger whole.  Staff provide positive feedback and suggestions to improve the quality of care in the Agency.  They hold their coworkers, the individuals they serve and the community in high esteem.

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

Initiative/Organization/Reasoning:

  • Takes initiative and steps in to take on difficult challenges.
  • Willing to identify problems and work to resolve them in the early stages.
  • Plans and organizes work activities and uses time efficiently.
  • Properly organizes and carries out job tasks in a timely manner.
  • Know and understands job expectations and is willing to expand job knowledge and skills to be more effective to the Agency and the individuals served.
  • Is enthusiastic about the Agency’s Mission and is a positive influence for co-workers and individuals served.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and adherence to Agency policies and procedures and is willing to provide suggestions to make policies and procedures more efficient.
  • Is willing to think outside of the box while able to make sound decisions and taking actions based on sound reasoning and weighing possible outcomes.

Ethics/Teamwork:

  • Consistently treats all people with dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates expected ethics and principals.
  • Accepts responsibility for actions and follows through on commitments.
  • Demonstrates ability and willingness to work cooperatively and effectively as part of a team.
  • Willingly acknowledges team members and co-workers’ value to your work.

Emotional Intelligence:

  • Verbal and written communication is constructive, effective, respectful, and clear.
  • Willing to take the time to learn about co-workers’ personality so that working together is more effective.
  • Willingness to ask questions, listen to others’ ideas, and understand how the impact of your work, impacts your co-workers/team.
  • Willing/Ability to be cost conscious

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES                         

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

  • Candidates/Employees are required to have a Masters Degree in Human Services Field from an accredited school with licensure as a LMSW, LLMSW preferred. Required: TLLP, LLP, LP, LPC OR LLPC. 
  • Candidates/Employee must also qualify as QMHP, QMRP or CMHP where appropriate for population being served.
  • Staff are required to apply for a MCBAP development plan within 60 days of hire.
  • For anyone working with children, they must receive 24 hours of Children’s training per calendar year and become a CAFAS rater. A Minimum of one year of experience with examination, evaluation and treatment of SED Children and families is required.
  • For Candidate/Employee assessing within the ASD Benefit Program they are required to have been trained in the ADOS-2 or have the relevant experience (1-2 years of experience) to be eligible to apply for the training with in 90 days of hire.
  • For Candidate/Employee working within the ASD Benefit Program they are required to have at least 1-2 years of experience working with and treating children with ASD.
  • For Candidate/Employee working within the ASD Benefit Program they are required to have knowledge of ABA practices and intervention.

Split Children’s/Clinical Services Clinician/Care Manager

  •  Must be able to create and implement behavior plans.
  • Staff will participate in BTC committee, as needed for their individuals.
  • Provide services based on the Children’s Mobile Crisis Team model to divert inpatient hospitalization for children under 21 years of age.
  • Must be willing to work with both children and adult populations.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.  Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.

REASONING ABILITY

Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

COMPUTER SKILLS                           

To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Word Processing software. A typing speed of 45 wpm is recommended for this position.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

Valid Michigan Driver' License. Chauffeurs license; if transporting individuals that receive services. CPR/First Aid certified within 3 months of hire.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; travel between offices and throughout building, use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Employee may be required to travel to outside meetings or homes as determined by caseload.  While performing some of the duties of this job, the employee is will be exposed to outside weather conditions.

Sanilac County CMH embraces an employment environment that promotes recovery and discovery, a person-centered approach to treatment/services, and cultural competence.  An employee in this or any position is expected to support the employment environment.  This includes having lived experience with behavioral health issues.

Welcome to Sanilac County Community Mental Health

AFSCME Employees

In your orientation, you will find several benefits.  You may want to take a moment to review the benefits listed below and costs associated with each of them. You must work over 30 hours per week to be eligible for medical and café benefits. Paid time off accruals are based on hours worked.

Benefit

Plan

Eligibility

Contributions per Month

Medical Insurance

POS $1,000/$2,000- 20%

BCN

Annual Deductibles-

In Network-

Individual-$1,000/Family- $2,000

First of month following hire date.

$0.00 - Single

$0.00 - Two Person

$0.00 - Family

Medical Insurance

PPO $1,500/$3,000

BCBSM

Annual Deductibles-

In Network-

Single-$1,500/Family- $3,000

First of month following hire date.

$2.06- Single

$3.51 - Two Person

$7.28 -Family

Medical Insurance

POS HSA $2000/$4000

 

*Exchange State Bank-H.S.A Host

BCN-BC/BS–

H.S.A. Eligible Plan

Annual Deductibles-

In Network-

Single-$2,000/Family-$4,000

First of month following hire date.

$0.00 - Single

$0.00 - Two Person

$0.00 - Family

 

Annuity/Decline Medical Plans

Nationwide 457b

Eligible if waived all medical plans

$230/Month (less Social Security & Medicare taxes)

Dental Insurance

BCBS Dental

Annual Max-$1,500 per member

Orthodontics-$1,500-lifetime

First of month following hire date.

$44.09- Single

$88.18 - Two Person

$154.32 – Family

Vision Insurance

Nation Vision Administrators

-NVA

First of month following hire date.

$10.54-Single

$18.94-Employee+ Spouse

$16.84-Employee+ Child(ren)

$27.38-Family

AFLAC

Multiple plans available for review for employee only and for family members

First of month following hire date.

Costs vary depending on plans purchased.

Deferred Compensation

 

Nationwide-457B

*same account as your retirement contributions.

Prior to the first of each month.

Set up your own account or $230 (pretax) from medical opt out option

Life Insurance

 RELIANCE- $20,000 Policy Automatically if Union member.

*Can purchase additional Personal and Dependent/Spouse coverage.

First of month following 1st full month of employment.

Employee Only - $0.00

*Additional Personal and

Dependents/ Spouse coverage charges will vary.

Retirement

Nationwide 401(a)-

If hired on or after 9/1/2019 the Authority shall contribute an amount equal to three percent (3%) of the employee’s base wage.

 

 

 

 

 

Pension-

For Employees hired prior to 09/01/2019, the pension formula will be a two percent (2%) multiplier and the Employer will continue to provide contributions as actuarially determined to insure the financial soundness of the fund.

 

Vested in the Authority’s contributions once thirty-six (36) months of service are completed with the Authority.

 

 

 

 

 

Vested in the Authority’s contributions once eight years of service are completed.

The Authority shall contribute fifty cents ($0.50) to the 401(a) Plan for each dollar ($1.00) an Employee contributes to his or her 457B Plan up to the first four percent (4%) of the employee’s base wage.

The Authority shall not contribute more than five percent (5%) of the employee’s base wage for its total contributions under this section.

Long Term Disability

RELIANCE – 90-day disability waiting period & receive 66 2/3% of your income

First of month following 1st full month of employment.

No cost to employee

PTO

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upon commencement of Employment - 25 days

After completion of Three Years of Employment – 30 days

After completion of Nine Years of Employment – 35 days

After completion of Twelve Years of Employment – 40 days

Accrued bi-weekly at the close of the pay period based on hours worked. 37.5 hours worked receives full accruals. 

If time is used before 3 months and employee leaves, they must repay used portion.

See Union Contract.

Holiday Days

14 days per year

Paid upon 1st day with Agency.

If part time, then you receive pay for regularly scheduled days/hours only.

Union

Local 1518

Must be employed for three months to reach Just Cause Status.

Monthly Union Dues

-          $44.15 (F/T- above20 hrs./wk.)

-          $33.00 (P/T –12 hrs./wk. or more not to exceed 20 hrs.)

-          $22.40 (Lower P/T- 12hrs. or less/wk.)

Tuition Reimbursement

May be reimbursed up to $5,250 annually.  *Requires approval and funding availability limited spaces approved each year / contingent upon funding & Agency need.

 

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*Note if you do not need medical insurance, $230.00 per month (less Social Security & Medicare Taxes) will be deposited into an annuity account.  You will need to set up the annuity account through Nationwide Retirement.

For time off, it is calculated upon the number of hours worked – to reach the maximum benefit, you must work 37.5 hours per week.

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Job Description:

Position: Nurse Practitioner (Independent Contract/Contract with Organization)

Position code: 23-22

Position Location: Children/Adult

                                            Virtual/Telehealth options, On-site preferred

Compensation Range: Negotiated Wage  

Position Dates: ASAP

Supervisor: Dr. John Mitchell, Medical Director

Date Position Posted: 11/30/2022

Deadline: Until Filled

Requirements: Master of Science Degree or higher in nursing, Doctorate Preferred. Valid License to practice nursing in Michigan, certified by American Nurses Credentialing Center and possesses a State of Michigan Nurse Practitioner Specialty Certification/License. Two years of experience as DNP/NP is field of psychiatry.

All internal and external job applicants are required to use UltiPro to apply for this position.  Please see the Sanilac County CMH website at www.sanilaccmh.org and click on “Employment”. 

 JOB DESCRIPTION

 Job Title:                                 Mental Health/Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Department:                           Clinical Services

Location:                                 Ehardt/Children’s

Supervisor:                             Medical Director

Classification:                         Contract

Prepared Date:                       10/07/2022

Reviewed By HR:                    10/27/2022       

Reviewed By Supervisor:       10/31/2022

Revised By:                            

Revised Date:                        

 SUMMARY

This position is responsible to perform the following duties: Provide comprehensive evaluation and psychiatric diagnosis; management of mental health care during acute exacerbation and chronic illness; consultation and/or collaboration with other health care providers or community resources; provide referrals to other health care providers and community resources; prescribe medications, with management, monitoring and education; order and interpret lab tests; provide health care information, counseling and guidance; maintain confidentiality.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Demonstrates ability to utilize DSM V for diagnostic process.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of Mental Health treatment procedures applicable to the public Mental Health Population.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of current and best practices within practice area.
  • Diagnostic abilities relative to program population.
  • Knowledge of evidence-based treatment related to mental health treatment including prescribing medication.
  • Knowledge of community agencies/systems typically involved in comprehensive treatment of identified program population.
  • Knowledge of other professions involved in mental health services delivery.
  • Knowledge of community mental health treatment programs.
  • Provide medication management under the supervision of the medical director.
  • Educate patients and families about mental illness, treatment, and prevention.
  • Analyze factors for psychiatric illness, such as developmental issues, family dysfunction, genetics, neurological trauma or social or cultural issues.
  • Assess risk factors for mental illness and broader wellness evaluations.
  • Provided patient education regarding medications, risks, benefits, and reasonable outcome expectations.
  • Communicates with patients and engages in follow-up as necessary.
  • Must participate in after hour emergency clinical crisis response.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 COMPETENCIES

Sanilac CMH staff are dedicated to providing services to the community to improve lives.  When they see a task that needs to be completed, they step in to assist or are first in line to help the Agency in promoting recovery, discovery and independence.  Each staff member works within their strengths and collaborates with their coworkers so that collectively we are a stronger whole.  Staff provide positive feedback and suggestions to improve the quality of care in the Agency.  They hold their coworkers, the individuals they serve and the community in high esteem.

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

Initiative/Organization/Reasoning:

  • Takes initiative and steps in to take on difficult challenges.
  • Willing to identify problems and work to resolve them in the early stages.
  • Plans and organizes work activities and uses time efficiently.
  • Properly organizes and carries out job tasks in a timely manner.
  • Know and understands job expectations and is willing to expand job knowledge and skills to be more effective to the Agency and the individuals served.
  • Is enthusiastic about the Agency’s Mission and is a positive influence for co-workers and individuals served.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and adherence to Agency policies and procedures and is willing to provide suggestions to make policies and procedures more efficient.
  • Is willing to think outside of the box while able to make sound decisions and taking actions based on sound reasoning and weighing possible outcomes.

Ethics/Teamwork:

  • Consistently treats all people with dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates expected ethics and principals.
  • Accepts responsibility for actions and follows through on commitments.
  • Demonstrates ability and willingness to work cooperatively and effectively as part of a team.
  • Willingly acknowledges team members and co-workers’ value to your work.

Emotional Intelligence:

  • Verbal and written communication is constructive, effective, respectful, and clear.
  • Willing to take the time to learn about co-workers’ personality so that working together is more effective.
  • Willingness to ask questions, listen to others’ ideas, and understand how the impact of your work, impacts your co-workers/team.
  • Willing/Ability to be cost conscious

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES                         

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

An individual who holds a current and valid license to practice nursing in Michigan, has a Master of Science Degree or higher in nursing, doctorate preferred. Has successfully completed a formal advanced program for mental health or psychiatric nurse practitioners, is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and possesses a State of Michigan Nurse Practitioner Specialty Certification/license. Must have prescriptive authority and two years’ experience as a DNP/NP in the field of psychiatry.

  • Children’s experience preferred.
  • Candidates/Employee must also qualify as QMHP, QIDP or CMHP where appropriate for population being served.
  • For anyone working with children, they must receive 24 hours of Children’s training per calendar year and become a CAFAS rater. A Minimum of three year of experience with examination, evaluation and treatment of SED Children and families is required.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.  Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute items such as psychological test scores, and to calculate percentages and interpret data in areas such as demonstrating measurable progress.

REASONING ABILITY

Ability to assess and define problems, collect data, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, and draft effective interventions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of information and instructions in various forms and deal with multiple variables.

COMPUTER SKILLS                           

To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Word Processing software. Recommended typing speed of 45 wpm.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

Valid Michigan Driver’s license required. Possession of a valid, current license to practice as a Nurse practitioner in the state of Michigan.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Ability to perform common psychological testing and procedures. Knowledge of behavior therapy and behavior management techniques.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit at a desk or table; to talk and hear on a phone or in person. The employee is required to stand, walk, drive to different sites or community locations, to use hands to write or utilize the keyboard, and manipulate papers, charts and test items. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts; in areas where universal precautions and confrontation avoidance techniques are utilized; in vehicles and outside weather conditions and is occasionally exposed to wet conditions, body fluids, or airborne particles.

Sanilac County CMH embraces an employment environment that promotes recovery and discovery, a person-centered approach to treatment/services, and cultural competence.  An employee in this or any position is expected to support the employment environment.  This includes having lived experience with behavioral health issues.

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Job Description:

Summary Description:
Under supervision, the Recovery Coach (RC) provides peer support services, serves as a consumer advocate, provides consumer information and peer support for consumers in emergency, outpatient, or inpatient settings. The RC performs a wide range of tasks to assist consumers in regaining control over their lives and recovery process. The RC will model competence in recovery and coping.
Position Responsibilities:
Following the guidelines set by the employer, the RC will interact safely and effectively with consumers to:
• Assist consumers in articulating personal goals for recovery
• Assist consumers in determining reasonable and holistic steps moving toward recovery
• Assist consumers in identifying barriers to recovery goals
• Assist consumers in identifying personal strengths in daily living and recovery skills
• Observe and reinforce positive progress that consumers make toward recovery goals
• Teach problem-solving skills
• Teach consumers to identify and combat negative self-talk
• Teach consumers how to identify and overcome fears
• Support the vocational choices consumers make and assist them in overcoming job-related anxieties and conflicts
• Assist consumers in building social skills by demonstrating and reinforcing proper conduct and respectful interaction
• Assist non-support staff in identifying program elements that are supportive or destructive to recovery
• Utilize his/her unique recovery experience to teach and role model the value of every individual's recovery experience.
• Maintain effective coping and self-help techniques.
• Continue to develop professional skill by maintaining certification through required coursework
• Attend relevant seminars, staff in-service trainings whenever offered
• Investigate community resources for appropriateness of services to consumers
• Maintain confidentiality of consumer information
• Participate in a minimum of 1 hour of direct supervision per week.
• Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with consumers and avoid dual relationships within the community
• Support treatment team objectives and strategies
• Fulfill documentation requirements of employer accurately and in a timely manner
• Use inclusive, culturally appropriate language and attitudes with all clients and staff
• Meet job expectations as specified in the Employee Handbook.
Position Qualifications:
Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or GED. Self-identify as a former consumer. Must be maintaining healthy recovery from mental illness and substance abuse. Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills and the ability to meet written communication requirements. Must be able to verify completion of the CCAR Model Training.
TRAVEL: Occasional travel to other locations.
PHYSICAL EFFORT: Sedentary, lifting 35 lbs. maximum. Walking or standing is required occasionally. Requires long hours at a computer.
EMOTIONAL EFFORT: Work environment usually hectic with periods of high stress. Will need a positive attitude to meet daily challenges.

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Full time

Job Description:
PROGRAM SUPERVISOR (Women's New Hope House)
$3,000 Sign On
 
Great Lakes Recovery Centers is currently seeking a full-time, caring and growth-minded Program Supervisor for the Women’s New Hope House residential facility located in Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
 
To be considered for this position candidate must meet one of the following requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Service discipline and three years related work experience
  • CADC and five years related work experience
  • CADC and a CSS
Work related experience must include at least two years in a clinical setting with client casework encompassing a significant portion of the overall work duties. Administration and clinical services experience preferred.
 
Wage commensurate with experience. Fringe benefits included but not limited to: Paid Vacation, Sick, and Holidays. Health Insurance (including dental, vision, and prescription) & Life and AD&D Insurance.
 
As an employee of Great Lakes Recovery Centers Inc., you may qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). The PSLF Program forgives the remaining balance on your Direct Loans (Student Loans) after you have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer. As a non-profit, GLRC is a qualifying employer. For more information regarding PSLF please visit: https://studentaid.gov/manage-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service
 
Interested parties please submit a cover letter and resume via Indeed or mail to GLRC/HR, 97 S Fourth St., Suite C, Ishpeming, MI 49849. No phone calls please.

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Full time, Part time

Job Description:

The Flint Odyssey House Outpatient component is seeking qualified individuals to fill SUD Counselor openings.  Qualified individuals will at a minimum possess a MCBAP CADC or CAADC Development Plan.  Preference will be given to individuals with 1-2 years experience in providing individual and group counseling to clients who have a substance use disorder / co-occurring disorders.  Full time employees receive competitive compensation and benefits.  Flint Odyssey House offers a full continuum of treatment services, including detox, residential, recovery housing, intensive outpatient, and outpatient services, as well as peer coaching and prevention programs.

Join our team!

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Full time

Job Description:

Hegira Health, Inc. (HHI), a private non-profit corporation, is one of the largest freestanding behavioral healthcare agencies in the area. HHI, accredited by the Joint Commission and licensed by the State of Michigan, provides a broad array of mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention services to individuals of all ages.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • A Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university, specializing in psychology, social work, counseling, or other related human services field
  • Current, appropriate licensure/certification issued by the State of Michigan
  • One year providing direct treatment services to adults in a behavioral health inpatient or outpatient setting
  • Possess a CAADC, CADC or file for a development plan within 30 days of employment
  • Demonstrate knowledge of diagnostics, psychopharmacology, and supportive treatment approaches as applied to a substance abusing population
  • Knowledge of the identifica­tion and treatment of co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders

RESPONSIBILITIES (summary):

  • Facilitate new patient orientation group, as assigned, and provide accurate information regarding clinic and corporate CMH services.
  • Complete assigned new intake comprehensive bio-psychosocial assessment within seven days of interview, as necessary.
  • Formulate preliminary DSM V Diagnosis.
  • Identify issues that may exist regarding safety (personal and environmental), natural supports, and community involvement.
  • Identify referrals needed for comprehensive treatment, including medical, nutrition, substance abuse, STD/HIV, education, and vocational training.
  • Identify Targeted Case Management needs for CMH-eligible patients and complete referral recommendation, as indicated, within seven days of identified need.
  • Obtain releases of information for coordination of care, including primary care physician, past treatment episodes, emergency and significant support persons, court, and school related contacts.
  • Educate patient and patient’s parent/guardian with respect to admission information packet, including but not limited to, Medicaid Grievance procedures and Recipient Rights processes.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of patient payor source.
  • Complete an individualized Treatment Plan for each patient within timeframes described by level of care per policy.
  • Treatment Plan problem areas, goals, and objectives address the patient’s DSM five-axis diagnosis and areas identified on the bio-psychosocial assessment, including but not limited to, personal and environmental safety, relapse or decompensation potential, child and family strengths, and individual needs.
  • Complete Treatment Plan Reviews (TPR) within timeframes described by level of care, per policy.
  • Update Treatment Plan via a TPR following a change in clinical status including, but not limited to, change in diagnosis, hospitalization, or utilization of crisis services.
  • Discharge Process
  • Complete a Continuing Care Plan for each patient discharge at the last session for planned discharges and within seven days for unplanned discharges.
  • Establish effective therapeutic bonds with patients assigned to caseload.
  • Contribute pertinent clinical information at regular case conference meetings.

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Referral program
  • Vision insurance

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Full time, Part time

Job Description:

We are seeking passionate therapists' who want to grow with us. We have a great team environment to provide support to our clients and our staff.

The vision of New Paths, Inc. is to be an effective and dynamic force in the treatment of SUD and behavioral health while recognizing the individuality of the person served.

Our clinicians are responsible for providing a variety of counseling and therapeutic services to persons served.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsible for providing a variety of counseling and therapeutic services to persons served.

Assesses substance use/chemical dependency/mental health, physical and psychosocial status of persons served.
Completes initial assessment according to standard practice guidelines.
Demonstrates competent interview skills to obtain complete intake assessment in order to initiate treatment plan and an accurate diagnosis.
Makes use of available sources of information including referral sources and family members as demonstrated by the accuracy of the admitting information.
Initiates and develops treatment plan as assessed to ensure the quality of the treatment process for the person served.
Develops treatment plan according to Standard Practices.
Consistently includes the person served in the development of the treatment plan.
Evaluates progress of the person served in meeting the treatment goals and revises the treatment plan to meet changing needs of the individual according to Standard Practices.
Plans with the person served for aftercare/discharge needs as indicated by discharge goals and documents appropriate referrals.
Provides counseling to person served.
Conducts individual counseling sessions with persons served to discuss assignments and monitor progress in treatment.
Documents counseling interventions and response of person served after each session according to Standard Practices.
Demonstrates a variety of group therapy skills to facilitate group, focusing on the treatment goal(s) as indicated in progress notes of the person served.
Demonstrates an ability to provide therapy for a variety of problems and crisis situations.
Assists and motivates persons served in integrating into community support systems when indicated in treatment plan.
Coordinates multiple treatment activities with other professionals and makes appropriate referrals based on assessment needs and as indicated on treatment plan, progress note, and case review.
Maintains documentation according to Standard Practices to provide the quality and continuity of care.
Completes chart documentation accurately and in a timely manner according to Standard Practice.
Ensures all documentation is legible, dates, and contains proper signature and credentialing according to Standard Practices.
Completes requested correspondence (with factual information only) regarding needs of the person served related to vocational, employment, legal or other issues within requested timeframe. Clinician assures that appropriate releases are signed before he/she releases any information.
Identifies and provides for substance use/chemical dependency educational needs of person served, families, and health care providers.
Conducts substance use disorder lectures according to the lecture schedule and the objective of the lecture.
Provides for basic and specialized individual education as required in the treatment plan and documents the response of the person served in the medical record.
Maintain commitment to professional competency by maintaining professional growth and development.
Obtains continuing education units (minimum of 20 hours) for professional growth and development as required. Documentation confirmed.
Participates in performance appraisal process by identifying own learning needs and individual goals with supervisor.
Maintains knowledge of current literature in the profession.
Contributes to the efficient operation of the program.
Participates in staff meetings/team meetings/peer review as required.
Keeps current on changes in program and Standard Practices as demonstrated by attending staff meetings, reading meeting minutes, memos, and reviewing Standard Practices manual as needed.
Maintains consistent punctuality for scheduled appointments with persons served.
Works with other team members such as Recovery Coaches and Program Manager’s staff members to create and maintain a therapeutic milieu.
Demonstrates leadership skills by taking on special projects of temporary leadership roles as assigned.
Maintains confidentiality according to New Paths Standard Practices, federal and state law at all times.
Makes suggestions pertinent to cost effectiveness and cooperates with cost reduction efforts of the program.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Maintains and contributes to the values of New Paths.
Demonstrates quality of care by practicing according to New Paths Code of Ethics and Work Rules, as well as codes of ethics related to professional licensing and/or certification.
Provides positive, supportive communication to persons served, visitors, families and other staff.
Demonstrates support of co-workers by providing constructive feedback and using the appropriate New Paths mechanisms to resolve problems.
Supports the New Paths program and values by positive community interactions as indicated by positive feedback from referral sources, persons served, and the community and when evidenced by satisfaction questionnaires and outcome results.

REQUIRED ABILITIES AND MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Required:

Master’s degree or Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or Counseling. Preferred LMSW, LPC or fully licensed.
Registered Development Plan with MCBAP, CADC, CAADC (for substance use disorder). Must be applied for prior to starting with us.
Maintain licensing and/or certification to meet contractual and State requirements.
Ability to apply and successfully acquire and maintain privileging and credentialing through Region 10.
One year work related experience.
Ability to thoroughly and competently document therapeutic intervention to meet NPI, contract and accreditation requirements.
Basic computer skills.
Preferred:

Experience with Michigan Department of Corrections
Physical and Mental Effort: Light physical effort with freedom of movement. Likelihood of multiple, interpersonal interactions with distressed persons, families, and their referral sources. Duties conducted within a professional office setting and access areas within the building with stairs. Regular computer keyboard use and some light lifting (10-15 lbs.) may be required. Some travel may be associated with the position.

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Therapeutics is an innovative opioid recovery treatment facility with the vision of enabling clients to live happy, stable lives and return to being productive members of their communities. Our commitment is to help clients achieve recovery through the use of medical, psychosocial and support services. Therapeutics is certified by state, federal and national regulatory bodies and only employs licensed, credentialed professionals.

Moreover, we insist that clients are treated with respect and flexibility. We are looking for team members that appreciate an outstanding work environment and are fulfilled by being a part of the solution to a national epidemic.

This position is focused on providing psychosocial services for clients that receive medication to combat addiction to opioids and may experience co-occurring disorders.

The Company has job openings in Pontiac, Walled Lake, Ann Arbor and Monroe. Candidate should be comfortable with very early hours (6:00 AM starting time). There is an option to work full time.

The specific duties and responsibilities of this position are as follows:

- Provide screening, assessment, individual and group counseling services for individuals addicted to opioids.
-Maintain a working knowledge of the American Society of Addiction Medicine manual and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM –V).
- Complete intake process for clients within established time frame as indicated, including completion of all required critical documents, including clinical assessments, Master Treatment Plans, Treatment Plan updates and timely counseling notes.
-Understand and work within The Company’s Mission and Policies.
-Perform other duties as required by state regulatory rules.
-Conduct Group Sessions on a weekly basis.
- Follow all confidentiality guidelines, including HIPAA.
-Flexibility with client scheduling, including early hours (6:00 AM starting time).

Salary: $20.00 - $30.00 per hour

Benefits:
-Dental insurance
-Health insurance
-Paid time off
-Professional development assistance
-Vision insurance

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Therapy Services of Clarkston is looking to expand our wonderful team of therapists!  Flexible work schedule.  Full or part time positions.  Options to work in office, hybrid, or telehealth only.  Independent contractor position offering an attractive split and great work environment.   Please contact via email at therapyservicesofclarkston@gmail.com or by phone 248-922-7726.  

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****$2,500 HIRING BONUS****

Position Details

Provide quality client centered treatment that facilitate recovery and wellness to adults living with substance use/mental health concerns. Specific interventions may include assessment, individual and group treatment. Positive outcomes are achieved through purposeful and respectful relationships rooted in trauma informed care, hope and evidence-based research. An openness to embrace and explore bias, equity issues, successes and challenges from a place of understanding and curiosity is needed to succeed and develop in the position/organization. Services are provided via telehealth as well as community based /in person. This position is Contractual / part time. Full Time Clinician / Social Worker positions are also available in Allegan.

Flexible work schedule, generous benefit package including vacation, sick and holiday pay, full health coverage

Position Requirements:

Masters Degree and state License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.) required.
Current CAADC / CAADC development plan or CAADC development plan eligible
Familiarity with and knowledge of Allegan County resources

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services. The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs. By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery. By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array. We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care. Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness. Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities and a great work environment.

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community. We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC and MDHHS guidance.

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POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the leadership of the Director of Behavioral Health & Social Services, the Behavioral Health Specialist is a member of the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) responsible for performing assessment and treatment activities for PACE Southeast Michigan participants presenting with behavioral health related issues and diagnoses.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:

  • Provides behavioral health services to PACE Southeast Michigan participants, including comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment, urgent consultations and crisis intervention, individual and group psychotherapy, substance use disorder treatment, and psychiatric hospitalizations.
  • Follows up on recommendations, interventions, and treatment plans to ensure adherence and favorable outcomes.
  • Educates and counsels participants on physiological and psychosocial correlates of health.
  • Produces timely, complete, and accurate electronic health record documentation for participants.
  • Assures continuous and ongoing quality, accessibility, and safety of behavioral health services to participants.
  • Collaborates with and provides consultation services to Primary Care Providers and serves as a liaison between Primary Care and Psychiatry.
  • Actively collaborates with the IDT in treatment planning and delivery of care, including assisting with clarifying complex diagnostic presentations.
  • Serves as a liaison, and rounds as appropriate, during psychiatric hospitalizations and substance use disorder treatment, as necessary.
  • Provides behavioral health expertise and case consultation, individual and team supervision, and in-service trainings.
  • Plans and provides staff development on topics related to behavioral health related issues including but not limited to: diagnosis, collaborative treatment models including non-pharmacologic approaches to care, and ethical and legal aspects of behavioral health services.
  • Assists with ongoing improvement of clinical policies and guidelines for the provision of behavioral health services to PACE Southeast Michigan participants.
  • Participates in committees and workgroups, as assigned by the Director.
  • Assists with other important functions, as time permits, including clinical research, outreach, and clinical training.
  • Performs other related duties, as assigned by the Director.

QUALIFICATIONS (knowledge, skills, abilities): 

  • Master’s Social Worker from an accredited school of social work.
  • Licensed to practice in the State of Michigan. Limited License may be considered depending on experience and number of supervised hours.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience working in an integrated, Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model.
  • Extensive experience working with people with mental illness, serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders, and primary health care problems.
  • Expertise in diagnostic criteria from the DSM-5 and advanced concepts, principles and practices of psychological practices, treatments, and techniques with an older adult population.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skill in evaluating, planning, implementing, and monitoring patient-centered approaches to care.
  • Knowledge of and compliance with applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.
  • Cultural competence and an ability to care for a diverse population.
  • Ability to learn and use electronic health record system.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint.
  • Positive, flexible, and solution-focused attitude with ability to collaborate effectively in a team setting.

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Clinical Outpatient Therapist-Sign-on Bonus up to $2,000

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking Clinical Outpatient Therapists (LMSW, LLMSW, LPC, LLPC, LLP, TLLP, LMFT, LLMFT) to provide outpatient behavioral health services for our Madison Heights, Port Huron, Richmond, or St. Clair Shores Michigan locations.  The hybrid position consists of 3 days in the office and 2 days remote.

Looking for experienced therapists or will train newly licensed therapists in:

  • Substance Use & Co-occurring Disorders
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment
  • Assessment, Clinical Evaluation, and Treatment Planning
  • Teletherapy, Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
  • Didactic Educational Groups
  • Discharge/Aftercare Planning
  • Managed care authorization process
  • Monitoring, documenting, and reporting client progress

Job Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited College or University with a specialization in clinical psychology, social work, or counseling.
  • Licensed by State of Michigan LARA.
  • MCBAP CAADC or eligibility to file a development plan.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in oral and written formats.
  • Commitment to providing excellent customer service.
  • Ability to utilize necessary computer hardware and software.
  • Knowledge of the 12 Step programs preferred.

Advantages of employment with Sacred Heart:

  • Liability Insurance provided
  • Access to free CEU training opportunities
  • Working with a multi-disciplinary treatment team
  • Performance-Based Compensation Plan includes bi-weekly paychecks
  • Retirement savings plan for employee contributions
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program
  • PUBLIC SERVICE LOAN FORGIVENESS (PSLF) PROGRAM for eligible student loans (Sacred Heart qualifies as a non-profit 501(c)(3) employer)

Interested candidates should send a resume by using the link provided or going to ZipRecruiter.com or Indeed.com

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