Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP), a non-profit organization that provides primary health care to migrant farmworkers and other medically underserved populations throughout northern and central Illinois, is seeking a dedicated individual who is looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the health of a community in need.
Professionally apply social work methods and theory to the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of psychosocial dysfunction, impairment, or disability, including mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders for families, individuals, groups, and organizations. Screen medical records, conduct interviews and assessments, set treatment goals, and arrange for expediting and coordinating services. Provide comprehensive mental health services in accordance NASW (National Association of Social Workers) code of ethics, with peer consultation and Medical Director over sight, as needed. Work in collaboration with the CHP healthcare team to ensure the delivery of high quality, efficient, and patient-centric care.
Master’s degree in social work from an accredited institution.
Experience in clinical social work activities, preferred.
Illinois State Licensed Clinical Social Worker License.
Performance of the duties and responsibilities of the position requires the equivalent of extensive formal training in social work, including an understanding of the application of the theory and practices of the profession to the operations of the organization, usually in the form of a major in social work as part of a Master’s Degree program.
Knowledge of principles, theories, and practices of social work, including NASW standards, code of ethics, and HIPAA.
Ability to utilize scarce resources to maximize services/benefits for patients.