Case Management/Social Services, Program Management
Provides effective administrative oversight of all processes and services related to Colbert Class Members to promote access to services and sustained community placement for individuals transitioning to the community from nursing home care. Acts as a liaison between the Department of Aging and Association House for all aspects of Colbert implementation. Completes community-based wellness checks with participants. Monitors documentation related to the transition process and participant care. Monitors delivery of behavioral health services and ensures continuous quality improvement in relation to program goals and standards. Assists in development of risk mitigation strategies and participates in crisis management services. Represents agency and programs effectively in the community, and assists in building collaborative relationships with other providers, facilities, and entities.
Master’s degree in counseling, social work, psychology or related social services area from an accredited university or college.
Clinical licensure/LPHA credential preferred.
Experience in community behavioral health setting (Required).
Experience working in diverse populations (Required).
Additional Salary Information: Competitive Salary and Benefits