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Provides a broad range of support to ensure clients are as comfortable as possible during their time spent at the Crisis Walk-In Center. Duties include engaging clients in specialized care, some case management, and providing administrative support.
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Under general supervision, provides professional nursing care to clients at the Crisis Walk-In Clinic. Works with clinical and case management staff to coordinate care and assist in treatment plans for clients; performs other related work.
Responsible to provide crisis services to people of all ages who present themselves to the CWC with a self-defined mental health crisis. The Walk-In Clinician will conduct a full comprehensive assessment to make recommendations for level of care.
Provides a broad range of office duties and administrative support as directed by the Call Center & Front Office Manager and regional management to facilitate the operation of the office. Provides needed relief and coverage for Office Coordinator and Call Center Representative positions for all Center locations. This includes cross training at our office locations, as well as providing coverage for PTO, bereavement, and sick leave as administrative support. Travel may be required to other offices as needed.
Works directly with law enforcement agencies to perform clinical functions. Responds with law enforcement to 911 calls in the community to conduct a crisis assessment, intervene, and disposition calls in the least restrictive setting.
Utilizes a variety of treatment, educational, and evaluative approaches to work with a diverse population of clients. Delivers and documents individual, group, and family therapy; crisis intervention; and case management services in an outpatient setting.
Utilizes a variety of screening, assessment, treatment, educational, and evaluative approaches to work with a jail population with substance use disorder and co-occurring (SUD and mental health) disorders in a jail setting.
Under the direction of the Human Resource Director, the Human Resource Generalist is responsible for providing support in the various human resource management functions, which include recruiting, documentation, and file maintenance.
Provides care management as a client-centered, assessment-based, interdisciplinary approach to integrating health care and social support services in which clients’ needs and preferences are assessed, a comprehensive care plan is developed, and services are managed and monitored by an identified care coordinator following evidence-based standards of care.
Under supervision of the Director of Nursing, and in collaboration with the Medical Director, the Practice Manager organizes, administers, and oversees the operation of the Medical Services care team. The Practice Manager oversees and coordinates clinical and medical continuum services functions, ensures quality of treatment and compliance with company goals. The Practice Manager is also responsible for the administrative oversight of the team including financial, resource, and facilities management. The Practice Manager is responsible to coordinate with non-clinical managers and leaders to ensure outpatient continuum of services receives needed administration in quality, compliance, fiscal operations, human resources, information technology, and business relations.
Utilizes a variety of treatment, educational, and evaluative approaches to work with a diverse population of clients with substance use disorder issues. This may include services in the jail, DUI classes, Drug Court, and other community/grant projects.
The Grants Administrator is responsible for adhering to the CMH grants policy and processes; identifying grant funding sources; researching grants; reviewing the grant application and adhering to it; drafting a grant summary for leadership to consider; compiling application data; writing grant applications; and coordinating the Grant Project Management Team inclusive of deliverables and deadlines. This position maintains records of all funding awards and grant applications, both awarded and rejected. The Grants Administrator will formally seek funding on behalf of The Center for Mental Health and any of its holdings.
This position is responsible for the development and ongoing oversight of the Utilization Management (UM) Program for The Center for Mental Health. Provides utilization management (such as prospective, concurrent, and retrospective review) to best meet he specific behavioral healthcare needs of clients and to promote quality and cost-effective outcomes and appropriate payment for services.
Under the general supervision of the Quality Assurance Director, the Contract Coordinator will review, analyze, create, negotiate, and audit all agency contract opportunities. This position will be relied upon to work equally well as part of a team and individually. The Coodinator is required to provide insight and guidance to the pertinent stakeholders in shaping and submitting contracts and provide administrative support to the various departments in areas to include, but not limited to, electronic data management, spreadsheet creation, reporting, and auditing of contracts.
Responsible for administrative and clinical supervision of staff, as well as overseeing operations of the office and collaboration of services within the community.
The Early Childhood Specialist will provide evidence-based mental health consultation to parents and educators in order to build the capacity of the adult(s) to support the social-emotional development of children ages 0-8 in early care and learning settings, such as family care homes, preschool, and kindergarten.
The Center is dedicated to offering employees an exceptional work environment, and offers competitive salary and benefits.
Many of the Center’s locations are approved sites for student loan repayment assistance with the Colorado Health Services Corps and the National Health Services Corps. Ask HR about specific locations.
Our staff work in a culture of wellness where we intentionally bring out the best in ourselves and others by:
» Seeing everyone’s strengths
» Supporting and encouraging one another
» Celebrating staff, accomplishments and diversity
» Respecting ourselves and others
» Listening to each other
» Creating an environment of healthy and positive relationships and community partnerships
» Believing everyone wants to be great
» Being passionate about our mission and having fun in the process
» Clinical and professional training
» Licensure supervision
» Management training
» Growth opportunities
» Medical insurance (starting at 30 hours per week)
» Life/ADD (starting at 30 hours per week)
» Paid vacation and holidays (prorated starting at 20 hours per week)
» Smoke free environment (all employees)
» 401(k) retirement match (all employees)
» EAP (all employees)
» Wellness Program (all employees)
» **Moving Expense Reimbursement of up to $2,000**
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