Careers

Position: Case Manager

Supervises: None

Reports to: Behavioral Health Site Supervisor

 

Position Overview

As Case Manager, you will have the ability to promote a culture in which each client’s point of view and preferences are recognized, understood, respected and tended to. You will have the ability to work with a dynamic team, who is in the process of modeling the way towards integrated healthcare, while working with a team that promotes learning and development opportunities, flexible scheduling as needed, and a supportive work/life balance.

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Summary of Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in gathering information for the development of a comprehensive assessment that includes, but is not limited to: psychiatric history (onset, course, and effect of illness, past treatment and responses, rick behaviors, and accomplishments), mental status, and diagnosis; physical health and dental health; use of drugs and alcohol; educational and employment assistance; social development and functioning assistance; activities of daily living (i.e. self-care, living situation, nutrition, money management); and family structure and relationships;
  • Document client progress and maintain a permanent record of activity per the agency’s established methods and procedures;
  • Contribute to the program’s ongoing assessment of client’s mental illness symptoms and client’s response to treatment;
  • Provide direct services to clients on an individual, group, and family basis in the community setting to teach symptom-management techniques and promote personal growth and development by assisting participants to cope with internal and external stresses and move ahead with their goals;
  • Provide supportive services to clients, such as assisting with obtaining benefits, finding, and maintaining work, securing necessary clothing and grooming supplies, wake-up calls, transportation, resume, and application assistance;
  • Provide ongoing assessment, mentoring, encouragement, problem solving, side-by-side services, skill teaching, support, and environmental adaptations to assist clients with activities of daily living;
  • Assist clients in finding and maintaining a safe and affordable place to live—apartment hunting, finding a roommate, landlord negotiations, cleaning, furnishing and decorating, and producing necessities (telephone, furniture, utility hook-up) Assist and support them to perform household activities, including house cleaning and laundry;
  • Assist and support clients in obtaining adequate financial support (help to gain employment and apply for entitlements). Teach money management skills (budgeting and paying bills) and assist clients in accessing financial services such as bank checking and savings accounts;
  • Helps clients access reliable transportation (obtain a driver’s license, car, car insurance, arrange for cabs, public transportation, or sober transport)
  • Assist and support clients to obtaining and effectively using a primary care physician, dentist, and eye doctor;
  • Organize and lead individual and group social and recreational activities to help clients structure their time, increase social experiences, and provide opportunities to practice social skills;
  • Participate in team coverage;
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalent;
  • Proficient in computer use and applications commonly used;
  • Possess and maintain and active driver’s licenses;
  • Pass and maintain a clear background check as required for healthcare organizations under state and federal contracts.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Counseling or other related field;
  • Two (2) years’ experience working as a counselor, preferably in a behavioral health and/or substance use setting.

 

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Position: Chemical Dependency Professional

Supervises: None

Reports to: Behavioral Health Site Supervisor

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Summary of Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Chemical Dependency Professional is the agent for providing services to patients, whether on a one-to-one or on a group basis. Services are given to individuals with chemical dependency related problem and to their families.
  • Provides up to 120 hours per month of direct counseling and case management services to patients; consisting of individual, group, family and educational services; including assessment, counseling and aftercare services.
  • Provides direct supervision of students and volunteers when directed.
  • Maintains qualification as CDP.
  • Leads discussions and presents lectures and films for group sessions.
  • Maintains professional standards and follows the treatment policies of the agency, and of the federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Follows up on treatment programs designed for and undertaken by each patient.
  • Coordinates and cooperates with the staff of other agencies and organizations in order to expedite treatment for each patient.
  • Completes on time all of the required forms for each patient.
  • Maintains accurate and current records on each patient in accordance with a problem oriented records system and according to the agency's procedure for patient records.
  • Prepares current patient progress reports and completion notices and provides them to the courts, probation departments, and referral sources as appropriate.
  • Participates in community educational programs on chemical dependency for the general public, professional and industrial groups.
  • Performs other related tasks as assigned by the CLINICAL SUPERVISOR.

 

Qualifications

  • Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent; and is qualified as a Chemical Dependency Professional.
  • Not have a history of alcohol or other drug misuse for a period of three years before employment as a CDP and not display evidence of misuse of alcohol or other drugs while a CDP.
  • Understands and adheres to state and federal confidentiality regulations.
  • Conducts self ethically and professionally at all times.
  • Knowledge of and culturally sensitive to the problems of the patients of this agency.
  • This person must sign an oath of permanent confidentiality covering all patient-related information.
  • Must be of the conviction that chemical dependency is a treatable illness and constitutes a public health problem.

 

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Eugenia Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer

It is Eugenia’s policy to seek and employ the best qualified individuals who are the best match for the position(s). We are committed to providing equal opportunity and access regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, gender identity, national origin, age, or presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or any other status protected by law.