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Are you licensed, close to licensure or looking for free supervision hours towards licensure? If so, this is your opportunity to be a part of an innovative diverse team who serves the York Community.
Full time (80 hours biweekly)
Monday - Friday 8 AM to 4:30 PM and 2 evenings per week up to 8 PM
Part of a multidisciplinary team approach to care
Attends daily clinical huddles
Provides patient centered, trauma informed care
Works with vulnerable populations in a community setting
Provides treatment for mental health, substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders
Provides brief stabilization treatment and connection to community resources
Continuing education and training available
Introduction and Program Overview
The CCBHC clinic program is designed and committed to being a welcoming, comfortable, safe, and easy to use service for the community focused on “how can we help with what is most important to you right now?”
Treatment is provided by an interdisciplinary team who are recovery oriented, trained in trauma-informed care, and are comfortable with the entire spectrum of presentations of behavioral health disorders. Patients will be approached utilizing techniques of motivational interviewing and the language used is non-stigmatizing. The staff understand that each person presenting for help is on a unique journey and in different stages of change towards their desired goals.
Program Services and Goals:
The clinic will be able to offer and/or refer to all appropriate treatments and levels of care in partnership with the patient’s goals of care and engagement in the medically recommended treatment options. There will be an emphasis on prevention and every patient will be screened for substance misuse. When appropriate, following standard work, patients will be offered screening for infectious diseases.
The emphasis will be on harm-reduction, not only regarding the services delivered but the materials available in the clinic (i.e. information about naloxone, techniques to reduce harm if continuing to misuse substances, etc.…). In addition, the CCBHC will be able to start and continue medication assisted treatment for all substance use disorders, except for methadone for the treatment of opioid use disorder. All substance use disorders will be treated with the same veracity and importance, including nicotine use disorder and marijuana use disorder.
Coordination of Care and External Partnerships
The clinic will operate in coordination with the other resources available in WellSpan Health, such as the Center for Mind/Body Health, pain clinics, online primary care as well as external partnerships. Every patient will be offered a referral to a Primary Care Provider. If medical needs are noted during their visit to the CCBHC, it will be treated if within scope of the practitioners available and/or referred for the needed treatment (whether that be the ED, in collaboration with the Community Health Center in the same building, or with other clinics). In a similar way, psychiatric needs are addressed, and patients are referred to the Transitional Care Teams or Shared Care when appropriate. Lastly, the clinic will be able to provide groups and refer to individual therapy/groups for the behavioral health treatment within WellSpan Philhaven as well as external partners.
Conducts individual or group therapy sessions. Assesses patients' progress and modifies or extends treatment program accordingly.
Provides therapeutic intervention with patient and family including individual, marital, parental, family and group therapies.
Interviews patients and family members to obtain information about home environment, family relationships, health history, and patient's personality traits.
Documents current, accurate observations of care to the patient in appropriate records.
Coordinates care of assigned patients.
Assists in the implementation of education and training experience for interns and other designated students.
Prepares and maintains written documentation as required by the profession and the department
6 - 12 months
Licensure in PA: Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT) or Professional Counselor (LPC)