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Case Manager (MH Counselor II) C-RRR Bilingual Spanish ID#3555A

SFV Community Mental Health

This is a Full-time position in Los Angeles, CA posted June 9, 2021.

A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION PROVIDING MENTAL HEALTH SOLUTIONS

The Mental Health Counselor II provides a range of services as part of the treatment team.   Mental Health Counselor acts as a case manager and may conduct individual/group rehabilitation, collateral services, and linkage to formal and informal resources. 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  
Works with the Therapist, Family and the treatment team to develop an individualized Family Plan taking into account each family’s strengths, goals and needs.
Assists families in obtaining appropriate services within their communities and activities to strengthen family relations.
Flexible and creative in providing support and services to families in their home, at school sites, in agency offices, or other off-site locations as outlined in the Treatment Plan or as needed by the families.  Models appropriate social skills for family.
Carries as caseload of C-RRR families providing ongoing assessment of the family’s basic needs as well as the assessment of needs for services in the various life domains which are:  Housing, Family, Social, Recreational, Emotional, Educational, Safety, Legal, Medical, Cultural, Behavioral, and Financial.
Works in conjunction with therapist to coordinate and integrate services for families as needed.
Provides and/or arranges transportation services for families as appropriate.
Schedules intakes and completes all appropriate documentation needed for opening cases.
Maintains clients charts and inputs information for each client.
Responsible for documentation including Progress Notes/ Unit of Service Sheets, Case Manager Needs Assessment, relevant portions of DMH and agency’s documentation. 
Participate in weekly staff meetings, Treatment Team meetings clinical update meetings, family meetings and individual and group supervision sessions.
Assist with crisis intervention as needed including being available to families after hours and on weekends when appropriate
Is respectful and sensitive to each family’s cultural and individual needs and customs as appropriate.
Actively participate in Arts Care activities such as:  scheduling, transportations, set up, providing meals for clients and other duties as assigned.
Is expected to become familiar and establish relationships with community agencies and service providers in order to be aware of possible resources available to CRRR families within their community.
Takes clients phone calls, completes screenings, organizes client’s charts, and maintains all documentation needed for each chart.  Completes all documentation in a timely and comprehensive manner.
Attend staff and team meetings weekly, and come prepared to regular individual and group supervision.  Assist with weekly utilization review committee/chart review committee tasks.

Job Requirements:

BA degree in human services or related field or equivalent, bilingual, and valid ID and at least 2 years of experience working with SED children and their families.  Bilingual (Spanish)
Able to work effectively with a range of clients and staff from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. 
Strong writing skills, organizational skills, and computer skills.  Knowledge of community resources.  Experience with children.
Possess valid Class C California Driver’s License and driving record meets SFVMHC, Inc. insurance requirements.
Committed to the principles and practice of Children’s Field Clinical Capable Services including family centered, strength based, and individualized care; flexible, unconditional services; and promoting self-sufficiency.
We offer:
  • Experience working with a diverse client population

  • A team-oriented work environment

  • Training opportunities

  • Excellent compensation and benefits