Delivers direct services such as crisis intervention, case management, counseling, adjunctive therapies, and screening. When necessary and applicable to program guidelines, serves as a mental health consultant and performs off-site activities. Services are delivered in consideration of age appropriate/developmental needs. Conducts history and initial data gathering from patient, family members, significant others, and other agency personnel. Manages client/family contact via telephone including: initial contact, hotline, screening and follow-up.
Bachelors Degree in Psychology, Sociology or related field required. Minimum one year prior experience in the field preferred. Current BLS certification or successful completion of required training to attain certification within three months of start date. Successful completion of all Orientation Programs. A current driver's license issued in the driver's state of residence is required without restrictions and with all necessary endorsements appropriate to the class of vehicle being operated.