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The person in this position will be responsible for providing integrated treatment supporting the needs of both behavioral and physical health care to child and adolescent individuals (age 5 – 17 years) admitted to BCC. This would include clinical treatment modalities and supporting documentation.
* Provide community outreach and networking related to child and adolescent / clinical services.
1. Provide screening, assessment, and evaluation of potential clients.
2. Provide individual, group, and/or family counseling.
3. Effectively assess client treatment needs and develop a comprehensive individualized integrated treatment plan.
4. Complete clinical documentation that meets compliance standards, medical necessity guidelines, and agency standards as to timeliness and accuracy of documentation.
5. Maintain weekly direct services hours as designated by supervisor.
6. Actively participate in individual supervision and clinical team meetings.
7. Work cooperatively with the psychiatrist in meeting the medication management needs of clients.
8. Attend staff meetings and community meetings/committees as assigned.
9. Provide community outreach and networking related to clinical services.
10. Maintain appropriate credentials and attend ongoing training and education as required by licensure, certification and/or agency policy.
11. Maintain accurate, up to date clinical documentation in the client record.
12. Prepare reports as required.
13. Work closely with other treatment staff, case managers and other outside persons involved in a client’s care to assure effective coordination of care, including the promotion of health and wellness.
14. Meet all insurance and funding source requirements.
15. Provide crisis coverage as needed.
16. Develop an understanding of trauma and how it impacts others.
17. Incorporate trauma informed practices into job duties and responsibilities, including interactions and communications with others.
18. Be an active member of BCC’s culture of caring through positive and engaging social interactions.
19. Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
20. Demonstrates skill in understanding of cultural differences.
21. Perform all other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Master’s degree in Human Services or related field with a minimum of two (2) years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families. This individual should be skilled in both the mental health and drug and alcohol fields and be able to perform assessments.
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