BASIC FUNCTION: Plan, develop, implement Medicaid Rule 132 and clinical mental health services for children and families in the Foster Care Program, to stabilize children in the least restrictive environment and enhance overall functioning for all clients.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Complete mental health assessments, treatment plans, case notes, quarterly reports, discharge summaries, aftercare plans, & other documentation in compliance with Medicaid Rule 132, and all other funder and agency requirements.
Provide individual, family, and group therapy as prescribed via treatment plan, or otherwise indicated.
Provide court testimony on clinical status of cases, as deemed necessary.
Regularly and actively participate in individual and group clinical supervision/meetings.
Develop and facilitate staff and foster parent clinical trainings.
Perform crisis intervention services when needed, including SASS assessments.
Develop and implement clinical groups as client demographics and clinical needs warrant.
Participate in Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), Child and Family Team Meetings, Clinical Intervention for Placement meetings, hospital staffing, mediation, and all other meetings necessary for the clinical advocacy of clients.
Execute clinical services in location deemed clinically appropriate (i.e., foster home, school, agency office, home of biological parent, or appropriately identified community site.)
This Social Services Agency has been accredited since 2001 by the Council on Accreditation (COA) and fulfills its mission by: reviewing community needs and adapting services accordingly; delivering best-in-class services; retaining high stakeholder satisfaction; preserving financial stability; attracting and retaining high quality staff; and ensuring that facilities support effective and efficient service delivery.