Mobile Case Manager (Regular Full-Time, Hourly)
Program/Location: Central Office (Mission Bay Park)
Mobile Case Manager I & II – Adult Outreach Program
Hours: 40 hours per week, Monday - Friday.
Healthy Connect San Diego is a new program that provides outreach and mobile case management to individuals in Central and Eastern San Diego County. This program provides outreach, comprehensive physical and behavioral health mobile case management, health promotion, individual and family support, and referrals to community housing and social support services.
Typical Duties of the Mobile Case Manager II
- Mobile outreach and engagement, including program capacity building
- Screening and Assessment for program eligibility
- Promote positive health outcomes for clients utilizing mobile case management, care coordination with other providers, and supportive services with a team of dedicated professionals
- Connect clients and their families to a medical clinic and providers, as well as other clinic and community-based services
- Arrange transportation and accompany clients to office visits as needed
- Serve as an advocate for the client and family
- Use motivational interviewing, trauma-informed care, and harm-reduction practices
- Create and maintain all required documents in the electronic and paper record systems
Required Skills and Qualifications
- Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Social Work or related mental health field is required
- At least two years of experience working in social services programs required
- Experience working with Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) population is preferred
- Proficiency in MS Office applications, specifically Word and Excel
- A valid California driver’s license in good standing and eligibility to be an approved CRF driver is required to fulfill the essential functions of this position. In addition, proof of insurance is required prior to driving personal vehicles on company business.
- Ability to pass criminal/background clearance.
Community Research Foundation (CRF): A Great Place to Work!
At CRF, we are constantly evolving and developing fresh approaches to meet the needs of San Diego County residents who are experiencing behavioral health challenges.
CRF also inspires and mentors the next generation of behavioral health professionals. Our accredited programs reach various demographics, so you can gain experience with almost any sector of behavioral health services. That means you will have opportunities to learn new ways to provide optimal supports to the individuals we serve. You will work within a collaborative, supportive team so that you can have fresh perspective and training. Best of all, you will be involved in helping people change their lives for the better.
CRF takes your dedication seriously and provides benefits to help you balance your work life and your personal life. Our full-time (30 hours or more) staff may earn up to 24 days of PTO per year plus generous holiday schedules; we offer top-of-the-line medical insurance, dental plans, paid life insurance, vision plans, and really generous retirement benefits. We also have strong internal advancement opportunities, so you can grow within our company.
Be a part of our vibrant non-profit organization and make a difference in the lives of the people we serve!
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
IMPROVING AND ENRICHING THE LIVES OF EVERY INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY WE SERVE
CRF, in partnership with our clients and stakeholders, designs, delivers and evaluates innovative and exemplary behavioral health services in a manner that is both culturally and trauma competent, providing these services with integrity, compassion, and a strong focus on wellness. We also inspire and mentor the next generation of behavioral health professionals.
CRF embraces the concept that persons affected by mental illness and co-occurring mental health and substance use problems can and do recover when provided with appropriate and adequate treatment, activities and supports. This includes access to culturally appropriate, recovery-focused care within the individual's own community provided in the least restrictive level possible. Our child, youth and family programs are family-centered and designed based upon wraparound philosophy.
Community Research Foundation serves adults with serious mental illness, many with a co-occurring substance use problem, as well as seriously and emotionally disturbed youth and children.
General Areas of Service
Short Term Acute Residential Treatment (START) programs (alternative to hospitalization for adults)
Transitional Living Residential Program for Adults
Outpatient Clinics for Children and Adults
Walk-In Urgent Care Clinic for Adults
School-Based Counseling Programs
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Outpatient Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programs
Client-Directed Psychosocial and Vocational Clubhouses
CalWorks Specialized Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Domestic Violence Program