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Behavioral Health Case Manager - Transitional Housing Program

ACCESS Dearborn ,MI
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

 

Job Title:     Clinician (Case Manager - Transitional Supportive Housing Program)

Job Status: Full-time

Program Summary:  ACCESS' Transitional Supportive Housing Program provides stable and safe housing and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence or stalking and their children for a period of up to 24 months. We believe survivors are resourceful adults who are the victims of someone else’s behavior, and who are the experts in their own lives. We believe abusers must be held responsible for their actions. We aim to assist survivors with their personal, economic and housing goals by offering financial assistance to secure and maintain stable and safe housing, and time to heal. We offer advocacy, emotional support, referrals for practical resources such as personal and household items, and assistance gaining economic stability through education, employment and/or applying for public assistance. We honor each individual’s process and timeline and are available to assist, not to lead. We will provide a variety of resources and support depending on each survivor’s situation and goals.

Job Summary: Under general supervision, the Clinician uses extensive knowledge and skills obtained through education and experience to provide a wide array of social work functions such as assessment interviews, client counseling, case evaluation and/or other social services to individuals, groups or families. Clinician may provide referrals to appropriate community services, including financial assistance or healthcare. Individual provides accurate and understandable interpretations of program policies and regulations to clients and maintains proper records according to organization, state and federal guidelines.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identify “in-need” individuals and conduct intake process and crisis intervention with person(s) requesting services, including completion of all forms pertaining to the services being requested. Assessments may be conducted on ACCESS property, in clients’ homes, schools, hospitals, recreational programs and/or community agencies
  • Explain processes, rules and regulations surrounding the eligibility and maintenance of services being provided with the client prior to submitting the application(s)
  • Engage client(s) in participating in the development of their individualized goals
  • Research and locate available help outlets based on identified needs of the client., may include both in-house and external referrals
  • Advocate on behalf of client when providing necessary contacts with other agencies/companies
  • Follow up on the various services to which the client was referred to ensure participation and program compliance
  • Follow the funding source’s requirements and CARF standards applicable to the services provided
  • Document all services in compliance with the agency’s quality assurance plan
  • Report on program progress at required intervals per funding guidelines
  • Maintain agency confidentiality and clients’ privacy
  • Maintain currency on new developments in field of specialization
  • May attend and facilitate client’s initial interview with Department of Health and Human Services, Unemployment or other agencies at the time of benefit application, during follow-up meetings and/or during annual reviews, as needed, based on assigned functional area
  • May develop and implement educational programs targeted toward services being requested
  • May participate in services as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • May translate and interpret information for non-English speaking clients as needed
  • May be required to transport clients on an as needed basis
  • May conduct individual or group sessions focused on providing targeted information using specific curriculum
  • May communicate and interact with external program funders and attend grant related meetings
  • May participate in grant proposal writing and submissions
  • May conduct early detection assessments by conducting family or individual assessments of clients and creating service plans as applicable
  • May participate in analytical analysis of the program and identification of participant characteristics
  • Operate standard office equipment and use required software applications
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of:

  • Intermediate to advanced concepts, practices and procedures of crisis intervention techniques
  • Community resources including social services agencies and crisis intervention providers
  • Processes, rules and regulations of various services and funding agencies surrounding the eligibility and maintenance of the services being received

Skill in:

  • Operating standard office equipment and using required software applications for program area and other applications, including Microsoft Office, Michigan Single Sign On, and Community Health Automated Processing System (CHAMPS) based on assigned functional area.

Ability to:

  • Actively listen to clients
  • Partner with other functional areas to accomplish objectives
  • Facilitate meetings, ensuring that all viewpoints, ideas and problems are addressed
  • Objectively gather information, identify linkages and trends and apply findings to assignments
  • Organize and prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines
  • Handle stressful situations and provide a high level of customer service in a calm and professional manner
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Speak and write in English
  • Interpret, speak and write in Arabic, Spanish or other native language of the predominant service population is preferred
  • Maintain confidentiality of agency and client information

Educational/Previous Experience Requirements:

  • Minimum Degree Required:
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Required Disciplines:
    •  Social Work, Psychology, Sociology or closely related field

~and~

  • A minimum of one to two years of experience (based on assigned functional area) in a closely related position or any equivalent combination of experience, education and/or training approved by Human Resources

Licenses/Certifications:

  • Licenses/Certifications Required at Date of Hire:
    • Some licensing and certifications may be required depending on assigned functional area

Working Conditions:

Hours:  Normal business hours, some additional hours may be required. May be required to be on-call 24/7 based on assigned functional area

Travel Required:  Local and in-state travel may be required based on assigned functional area

Working Environment:  Climate controlled office

Company Description
Our vision for ACCESS is to be an organization of people who are dedicated to empowering and enabling individuals, families, and communities to lead informed, productive, culturally sensitive, and fulfilling lives.

We see ACCESS as a vibrant organization that honors its Arab American heritage while serving as a non-profit model of excellence as a social service agency. We see ACCESS as an organization dedicated to the support of community building, actively focused on service to those in need within the broader community, to newly arrived immigrants, and as a strong advocate for cultural and social entrepreneurship, as well as the values of community service, healthy lifestyles, education, and philanthropy.

ACCESS

Why Work Here?

If you want to help others, see the tangible results of your efforts, and reap the rewards of service work, ACCESS is for you!

Our vision for ACCESS is to be an organization of people who are dedicated to empowering and enabling individuals, families, and communities to lead informed, productive, culturally sensitive, and fulfilling lives. We see ACCESS as a vibrant organization that honors its Arab American heritage while serving as a non-profit model of excellence as a social service agency. We see ACCESS as an organization dedicated to the support of community building, actively focused on service to those in need within the broader community, to newly arrived immigrants, and as a strong advocate for cultural and social entrepreneurship, as well as the values of community service, healthy lifestyles, education, and philanthropy.

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6450 Maple Road
Dearborn, MI
USA

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