Willapa Behavioral Health is located in beautiful Pacific County, Washington and is bordered by the Columbia River, the Pacific Ocean with over twenty miles of ocean beaches, and the Willapa Bay. The coastal life provides plenty of opportunities for exciting outdoor activities including hiking, camping, fishing, biking, hunting and much more. We have vibrant tight-knit communities and school districts. Willapa Behavioral Health is a dynamic, nationally accredited, rural behavioral health clinic.
We offer mental health services and alcohol and drug treatment. We focus on the problems patients are currently having and help find ways to cope and to enact solutions. Our providers are trained and experienced in a variety of different areas working to coordinate and integrate patient care. Providers on our team include: Mental health therapists, psychiatrists, case managers, and substance use disorder counselors.
The Intensive Mental Health Case Manager will provide therapeutic and intensive case management services to clients and their families in a community setting and/or correctional setting. Coordinate care, provide community outreach, and develop support to individuals in a culturally competent manner in accordance with best treatment practices.
As an integral part of the Case Management Team an IMHCM must be able to accomplish the following tasks either with or without reasonable accommodation:
1. Be able to maintain appropriate boundaries with consumers and staff and have sound judgment.
2. Be able to develop good relationships and work effectively with clients while at the same time maintaining appropriate boundaries and adhering to rules of confidentiality.
3. Be able to develop appropriate working relationships with other staff.
4. Be able to deal with diverse client population and staff.
5. Be able to represent the agency in a positive and professional manner.
6. Be able to work in a multidisciplinary team.
7. Be able to respond appropriately in a crises situation.
8. Be able to communicate clearly both in person and over the telephone.
9. Be sensitive to cultural issues.
10. Have legible handwriting.
11. Be able to do simple mathematics.
12. Be able to complete the following Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
- Coordinate direct services that support and enhance the client’s recovery plan.
- Provide face-to-face contact with clients, their families, and community supports.
- Provide direct mental health services to consumers who may be assigned.
- Participate in clinical, planning, and staff meetings as required.
- Participate in liaison activities, outreach support, collaboration, and services to the community to aid in accessing mental health services with other community agencies.
- Attend professional conferences and workshops as appropriate to responsibilities of position and program needs.
- Provide consumer-specific support in community as needed.
- Provides assistance to families in accessing community resources to meet basic needs for food, shelter, clothing, medical care and other basic life necessities.
- Will treat all clients, staff and community partners with dignity and respect.
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