Mental Health Case Manager

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St. Cloud, MN, USA

Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin

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Overview: Volunteers of America Community Family Supports program is looking for dedicated and energetic individuals to join our team as a Mental Health Case Manager. Mental Health Targeted Case Management provides services supporting children and adults with mental health concerns. The goal of Case Management is to keep clients in their homes and community. Case Managers help coordinate services to support areas such as: mental health, social, education, health, vocation, recreation, volunteer, advocacy, transportation, and legal.<br /><br />Volunteers of America Minnesota is a nonprofit health and human services organization that annually serves more than 25,000 children, adolescents and their families, older adults, students, persons with disabilities and special needs, and adults completing incarceration. Since 1896, we have helped people gain self-reliance, dignity, and hope.
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Provide services in the four core case management components-Assessment, Service plan Development, Referral and Linkage, and Monitoring and Coordination of Services</li> <li>Coordinate with a mental health professional to assure the completion of a mental health assessment of the child&rsquo;s and family&rsquo;s needs and to develop individual treatment plans.</li> <li>Develop and update the child&rsquo;s individualized plan (IFCSP). Coordinate, monitor, and evaluate services that are outlined in the plan for appropriateness, progress, and continued service need.</li> <li>Coordinate services with a parent, child, and other members of the multi-disciplinary team.</li> <li>Develop and utilize available area resources and make appropriate referrals.</li> <li>Meet with the family and/or program participant as described in the treatment plan and program policies.</li> <li>Encourage and support parents in the parenting of their children.</li> <li>Keep necessary case notes documenting contact with program participant, family, and collateral contacts.</li> <li>Maintain program participant case files.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul> <li>Bachelor&rsquo;s degree in one of the behavioral sciences or related fields from an accredited college or university</li> <li>2000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of clinical services in the treatment of mental illness.&nbsp;</li> <li>Computer proficient</li> <li>Ability to travel within Stearns, Benton and Wright counties.</li> <li>Proven skills: Prioritizing, Multi-tasking, Organized, Interpersonal skills, Networking.</li> </ul> <br />Preferred Candidates will be licensed at the Mental Health Practitioner level.