Pathways by Molina

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Pathways by Molina Warren County, VA, USA
Job Description: Since our inception in 1992, Family Preservation Services (FPS) of Virginia has been a leader and innovator in the development of community-based services here in the Commonwealth of Virginia. FPS of Virginia currently operates 30 office sites, each designed to meet the unique needs of each community through the integration and use of evidence based and trauma-informed practices. With more than 900 employees servicing more than 3,000 individuals and families each year, FPS is the largest private provider of community based services in Virginia. As a leader in the area of mental health and behavioral health services, Family Preservation Services of Virginia, with the support and collective expertise of our global parent company, Pathways by Molina, will continue our commitment to promoting positive change in the individuals, families and communities we impact each day. FPS is committed to creating the best possible work environment for our team members and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, FSAs, vacation, sick, basic and optional life insurance, EAP, 401k (100% match for the 1st 4% employee contribution/immediate vesting) and an Employee Stock Purchase Plan. The In-Home Counselor provides direct services to include: treatment plan development and implementation with children and families and counseling and parent skill training, through the use of proper therapeutic interventions. The In Home Counselor works independently in clients’ home and other community settings, utilizing creative clinical interventions based on best practice models and learned counseling techniques to work effectively with children and families. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS • Develop treatment plan with client and family participation • Provide individual and family therapeutic sessions and interventions as outlined in the Treatment Plan • Work to join appropriately with children and families in establishing effective professional relationship with an awareness of maintaining appropriate boundaries • Provide on-call crisis intervention services to clients as necessary • Document all services provided according to FPS/ VA licensure requirements and standards in the timeframe established by the Region • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other collateral community agency professionals by working cooperatively with these community professionals • Participates in collaborative treatment planning and coordination of meetings for all clients, including those involving schools, other providers, court appearances, parents, etc. • Provides on-call crisis intervention services with back up from Regional, Clinical and State Directors • Consistently utilize best practice models in clinical work by • Demonstrating a conceptual and applied understanding of human growth, development, and decision-making in the counseling process • Demonstrating awareness of and respect for the individual and cultural differences. • Applying the major clinical theories and their associated procedures and techniques. • Facilitating and managing the counseling process according to the counselor’s guiding theory • Demonstrating therapeutic communication skills consistent with counselor’s theoretical framework • Attend and actively participate in supervision meetings. Be prepared to discuss current caseload • Attend and actively participate in all treatment team and other staff meetings • Attend and actively participate in all required trainings including ELearning • Complete and submit by due date each pay period: Time Sheet, mileage form and all other required client documentation • Perform other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS • The In Home Counselor must be able to be credentialed as a Qualified Mental Health Professional which requires: Possession of a Master’s degree or a Bachelor’s Degree from an approved college or university in a Human Services discipline (i.e. counseling; mental health; social work; marriage and family counseling; psychology; educational psychology; vocational counseling; sociology; psychiatric rehabilitation; child, family and community services; early childhood development; guidance and counseling; home economics – child and family services; human development; human service administration; school (education) psychology; human relations; counseling psychology; community counseling; cognitive science; clinical psychology; special education; child development; healthcare counseling; human services; human services counseling; human development; health psychology; social science; divinity/pastoral care/pastoral counseling; any other degree with a demonstrated concentration of study in psychology, social work, or mental health discipline) AND a minimum of one year of verified direct work experience, acquired working with children/adolescents and families in a therapeutic treatment environment. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Nashville, TN, USA
Job Description: The Therapist, under the supervision of a Program Director or Assistant Program Director, provides Camelot-approved therapeutic interventions, case coordination and/or resource linkage to clients and other involved parties (i.e. family, DCS, Court personnel, non-relative supports, etc.) to effect identified needed changes within the individual or family. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS • Assess clients on intake as needed • Complete clinical documentation within established time frames • Attend weekly Treatment Team meetings and making presentations on each assigned client • Work with the team to create, personalize, and update all Treatment Plans and other necessary documentation, and assuring that plans are consistent with Camelot policy, state licensing regulations, and COA accreditation requirements • Serve as a liaison with other professionals and agencies involved in the client’s care • Assure integrity and excellence by completing peer audits as assigned • Rectifying all chart audit deficits within the allotted time frame • Complete all on-call duties • Contribute to the Performance Improvement Cycle, including the collection and use of data to continuously improve client and program services • Support fellow team members to ensure the best outcomes for our clients and families QUALIFICATIONS • A Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling with eligible for LCSW, MLFT or LPC licensure is required • Experience working with children/adolescents in a therapeutic treatment environment • Good organizational skills • Ability to communicate effectively and work flexible hours consistent with program needs • A licensed driver with automobile insurance in good standing and access to reliable transportation at all times • CPR and First Aid certified, or be willing to obtain certification before working with clients Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
Job Description: The Community Based Service Professional functions within the scope of practice as established by Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association and Optum to provide individualized and/or group Community Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) for qualifying individuals seeking CBRS services. Qualifying individuals include adults with a severe, persistent mental illness or children with a serious emotional disturbance. Pathways by Molina is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Provides individual psychosocial rehabilitation in accordance with the objectives specified/ authorized in the individualized treatment plan and in accordance with Optum. The goal of CBRS services is to aid participants in work, school, family, community, or other issues related to mental illness. Individual CBRS includes one or more of the following tasks: assistance in gaining/utilizing skills necessary to undertake school, employment, independence; interventions in social skills training/interpersonal behavior; assistance with receiving necessary services; development of skills as necessary for community integration and crisis prevention. These services are community based outreach services. Completes 90 day and annual treatment plan review/update as required. Reviews/updates not completed on time may result in lapse in services for client and disciplinary action on the CBRS provider. Interfaces routinely with Team Leader, Mental Health Clinic Director, clinic staff, clients, community members and other key personnel as identified essential to client care. Documents all provided CBRS services in client’s record per Optum requirements. To include legal name of client, date of service dd/mm/yyyy, Type of Service, Begin and End time of service, Total time service provided, and a legible signature. Documentation will be completed on a CBRS Progress Note using the current agency format. Attends supervision meetings and supports/follows ACES policies/procedures. Completes twenty (20) hours of continuing education annually from date of hire. Specific requirements as related to ethics training and professional licensure apply. Maintains confidentiality of all client documents, files and communication in written, electronic and/or verbal form. Provides group psychosocial rehabilitation (if indicated) in accordance with the objectives specified/authorized in the individualized treatment plan. Group CBRS services (as delivered by a CBRS provider) may include one or more of the following tasks: assistance in developing communication/interpersonal skills, coping/symptom management skills and activities of daily living skills. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s Degree in the behavioral health field At least two (2) years of experience providing services to adults or children diagnosed with a Serious Mental Illness (SMI). Must pass a criminal background check conducted by the DHW. Preferred Skills: RECOVERY REQUIREMENTS • Ability to work with diverse population • Responsible for timely completion of mandated paperwork and maintaining productivity standards • Complete all required training • Flexibility and ability to manage ever-changing priorities • Conduct assessments, crisis intervention, individual and family services • Maintain HIPAA, ethical standards and professional boundaries • Open to professional growth • Provide the best care possible KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE • Ability to effectively prioritize and manage time • Ability to perform basic word processing tasks and utilize proprietary software for the completion of tasks or has the ability to learn these skills. • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret state regulations and corporate policies. Capacity to effectively present information and respond (in written and/or oral format) to questions from groups of managers, staff, clients and the public. • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral or schedule form. • Possess organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to prioritize multiple tasks, and be flexible. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS • General office setting • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk and sit. • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. • The employee is frequently required to use hands/arms to reach and demonstrate; must have the ability to talk and hear. • The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel or crouch. • Specific vision abilities required by this job include the ability to adjust focus. DECISION MAKING RESPONSIBILITIES • Follow up on incoming referrals • Remove clients from being tracked • Determine when to close a referral • Scheduling and transportation • Check insurance eligibility
Pathways by Molina Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
Job Description: The Mental Health Clinician functions within the scope of practice to provide psychotherapy services in the Mental Health Clinic setting. Pathways by Molina is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Facilitates completion of all initial individualized psychotherapy diagnostic assessments and treatment plans within 5 days of first date of service. Facilitates the completion of client progress reviews and annual psychotherapy treatment plans within the time frame as identified. Ensures delivery of services as identified in the psychotherapy treatment plan. Typical services may include but are not limited to: providing individual/group/family therapy, coordinating/collaborating with identified treatment team members, reporting issues of legal, ethical or safety to the proper channels and providing emergency/crisis psychotherapy services. Documents all provided psychotherapy services in client’s clinic record and as may be required by private insurance, and company procedure. Typical tasks include, but may not be limited to: accurate and timely documentation of participant assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, periodic reviews and termination summaries. Collaborates routinely with Clinical Supervisor, Primary Care Provider, other treatment providers, clients and other key personnel as identified as essential to client care. Demonstrates competence/knowledge with regards and implementation of both effective psychological theories and clinical practice. Attends collaborative staffing, supervision meetings to ensure consistency of service delivery and related documentation. If qualified, provides clinical supervision of therapy services for psychotherapy staff requiring supervisory oversight as per licensing requirements. Completes twenty (20) hours of continuing education annually in the field of licensure as required by IDAPA. Maintains current professional licensure within field of practice to the standards/requirements as set by the Bureau of Occupational Licenses. Maintains confidentiality of all client documents, files and communication in written, electronic and/or verbal form. QUALIFICATIONS Psychotherapy services must be delivered by a licensed/qualified individual must have, at a minimum, one (1) or more of the following degrees: licensed psychiatrist, licensed physician, licensed psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, licensed clinical professional counselor, licensed marriage/family therapist, licensed masters level nurse (certified psychiatric nurse, clinical nurse specialist, psychiatric nurse practitioner) and psychologist extender as registered with the Bureau of Occupational Licenses. Evidence of current qualified Idaho licensure is required. Individuals with licensure as a licensed Masters social worker are subject to provisions of supervision as identified by Optum. Practice is not allowed independent of supervision. Must be able to pass background check. Ability to perform basic word processing tasks and utilize proprietary software for the completion of tasks, or has the ability to learn these skills. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Frackville, PA 17931, USA
Job Description: A person is this position is responsible for giving direct client care to the individuals attending day programs. Work assignments are varied in nature and are performed under the supervision of the site or facility supervisor. JOB DUTIES • Participates in the development and implementation of the Individual Service Plans; which require work activities at the day program or in the community with single or multiple day care participants who are ambulatory and non-ambulatory. • Insures that each individual participates in social/leisure/recreational activities based on individualized plans which require activities at the program or in the community with single or multiple day care participants who are ambulatory and non-ambulatory. • Provides social, emotional, and environmental supports to insure the happiness, health, and safety of the day care participants; requires the use of Crisis Prevention Intervention techniques including de-escalation techniques as outlined in the Behavior Support Plan and/or Restrictive Procedure Plans; physical interventions may be required where client/staff safety is impacted. • Provides support to the participants in activities of daily living such as personal/oral hygiene and appropriate dress; requires the transfer of non-ambulatory participants using mechanical apparatus or approved lifting/transfer techniques. • Performs chore duties and assists/supervises the day care attendees in performing these duties to insure that the day care facility is clean, safe, and secure at all times. Duties include such tasks as vacuuming; sweeping; dusting; doing dishes; stocking groceries/supplies; preparing meals/snacks; cleaning appliances, countertops and tables; doing laundry; and snow removal. • May coordinate and schedule specialized services for the day care participants; may transport participants to medical, vision, dental appointments, speech therapy, and psychotherapy sessions. • Assists supervisor in the training of new staff to insure continuity of training in the supervisor’s absence. • The following job duties require fine motor skills to write neat, legible notes • Prepares and completes required documentation in compliance with State regulations, company standards, and the policy and procedure manuals. • Dispenses medication prescribed for the residents by strictly following the medication administration procedures for administering and charting of medicines. QUALIFICATIONS • Must be least 18 years of age and have a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license with good driving record, and a high school diploma or possession of a general equivalency is required. Preferred Skills: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES • Ability to develop and maintain a positive and understanding attitude toward the day care participants. • Ability to make sound judgments regarding the health and welfare of the day care participants. Ability to respond to emergency situations appropriately. • Ability to work as a member of a team cooperatively and ethically to insure that the day care program is a safe, happy, and clean environment. • Ability to express oneself clearly orally and in writing and to follow instruction and direction in the performing of job tasks. • Ability to establish effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, families, and others who are essential for the well-being of the day care participants. • Ability to learn and comprehend behavior management and program planning principles and applicable safety and health measures.
Pathways by Molina Columbus, GA, USA
Job Description: Pathways by Molina, previously Providence Human Services, is one of the largest national providers of accessible, outcome-based behavioral and mental health services.At Pathways, we deliver exceptional value by creating healthier communities through the work of exceptional people. We proudly serve more than 55,000 unique clients and nearly 17 million individuals who qualify for services under our contracts. We specialize in providing direct services and case management to children, adolescents and adults with behavioral and medical health needs, as well as those supervised by government subsidized programs, in their homes or through community-based resources. Pathways offers a full spectrum of social service and behavioral health solutions, including Youth & Family Services, Adult Services, and Prevention Services. Within each area, clients have access to a broad range of social and behavioral services to meet their needs. Pathways by Molina offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits that include:Paid vacation and sick leave Medical, dental, and vision insurance 401K Nine paid holidays Flexible schedule Mileage reimbursement Training and development opportunities Under immediate supervision, provides PSR Services and serves as a consumer advocate. QUALIFICATIONS Must possess a high school diploma and /or GED, Must possess a valid Georgia Driver’s License; Must have a clean Motor Vehicle Records (MVR); Must have a clean Criminal Back Ground Check (no convictions or shown credible evidence of perpetrating abuse, neglect or sexual exploitation – child or adult) Experience and /or life experience with mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorder population. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Performs a wide range of tasks to assist consumers in self-directing their own recovery; Assist in the development of IRP in conjunction with each consumer (and family, if possible) that has recovery goals and specific steps to obtain and reach those goals. Will promote/encourage empowerment, self-sufficiency, self-advocacy, self-help, and employment through tools such as strength based skills training. Assist in development of WRAP and peer to peer support. Responsible for progress notes on each consumer as services are provided or as assigned by case load. Will abide by all confidentiality, safety rules and regulations of the American Work, Inc., APS, CARF, and DHR as well as ensure all staff and consumers abide. Additional duties may be assumed as assigned. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Kennewick, WA, USA
Job Description: Pathways by Molina, previously Providence Human Services, is one of the largest national providers of accessible, outcome-based behavioral and mental health services. At Pathways, we deliver exceptional value by creating healthier communities through the work of exceptional people. Our more than 7,000 employees provide the highest-quality home- and community-based human services in 24 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Pathways by Molina is committed to creating the best possible work environment for our team members and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, FSAs, vacation, sick, basic and optional life insurance, EAP, 401k (100% match for the 1st 4% employee contribution/immediate vesting) and an Employee Stock Purchase. Pathways by Molina is seeking an innovative and purpose driven individual to join our team as a Behavioral Support Specialist. SUMMARY A Behavioral Support Specialist functions within the scope of practice as established by Washington State Department of Health and Department of Social and Health Services to provide individualized behavior support services to both clients and the residential facility staff that work directly with the client on a day-to-day basis – where the client resides. Qualifying individuals include adults who have been discharged from state hospitals or have difficult behaviors to manage, and who also reside in assisted living facilities or adult family homes. ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITES • Respond to Expanded Community Services (ECS) referrals with face-to-face appointment for Individualized Behavior Support Plan on first day of discharge from hospital or within one week on conversion into Assisted Living Facility or Adult Family Home. • Completion of Individualized Behavior Support Plan, Safety and Crisis Plan utilizing Care Assessment and Referral information, records, and in collaboration with client, family members, DSHS and residential staff, ECS team input and any other involved team members, within 14 days of initial referral. • See clients face-to-face in their living environment weekly or as recommended via evaluation and as recommended by supervisor and team member input for behavioral support intervention and skills training to maintain community living and avoid future hospitalization or decompensation. • Work with residential staff members for support and training purposes at each client visit informally, and once monthly for formal training. Training topics include but are not limited to crisis intervention, de-escalation techniques, behavior support techniques, communicating and interacting with people diagnosed with mental illness, personality disorders and suicide prevention. • Crisis response: includes initial phone call to hopefully resolve crisis over phone. If crisis is not resolved, face-to-face contact may be required. Crisis response may be rotating position. • Timely, accurate and completed documentation of evals, plans, updates, closure summaries and daily progress notes are turned in weekly. • Ongoing collaboration with client, family members, PCP, treatment, DSHS and residential staff and others involved in client care and documentation of such. • Attend weekly staff/supervision meetings with Pathways Behavioral Support Team. May attend monthly staff meetings with DSHS ECS team members. • Provides crisis intervention consultation and other activities directly related to the interventions process. • Provides occupational, education, and other information to enable individual to formulate realistic educational and vocational plans. • Participates in interdisciplinary treatment planning. • Participates in program development and staff in-services. • Performs administrative functions consistent with the needs of the program. • Conducts therapeutic interviews to assist individual to gain insight into personal problems, define goals, and plan action reflecting interest, abilities, and needs. • Documents in medical record according to requirements of company and regulatory agencies. • Evaluates data to identify causes of problem of individuals and to determine advisability of counseling or may refer to other specialist or institutions. • Follows up results of services individual received to determine reliability and validity of treatment used. • May be required to provide a minimum number of hours weekly, as specified by supervisor or director. • May provide consultation/education to community service clubs, organizations, school districts, human service agencies, hospitals, and various county departments. • May provide linkages to intensive interventions to develop skills aimed at mediating the effects of mental crisis, trauma, or depression. • May teach various educational classes (de-escalation, communication, illness management, etc.). • May be required to spend up to 75% of time providing direct service. • Other duties as assigned or necessary to support the client, program and the company. RECOVERY REQUIREMENTS • Provide the best customer care possible. • Identify and build upon the strenghts of consumers, coworkers, and the communities we serve. • Support consumers’ steps towards Recovery and Wellness. • Create an organizational culture that respects and celebrates the diversity of our consumers. • Value learning as an ongoing process that enables us to better service our consumers and establishes our leadership in the industry. • Research and utilize our industry’s best practices and analyze our own servies to ensure the best possible outcomes. EDUCATION/LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Education and/or Experience Masters degree from accredited school in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related field Certificates, Licenses, Registrations • Must have a Washington licensed master’s level social worker, counselor, or other behavioral health provider with extensive geriatric experience and/or receive Geriatric Mental Health Specialist within 1 year. • Be able to pass state and federal background checks. • License and proof of automobile insurance KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE • Minimum of two years experience with behavioral health patients (inpatient and/or outpatient). • Must have direct clinical, case management experience and knowledge regarding rehabilitation philosophy. • Strong clinical and interpersonal skills, and excellent written and verbal skills. • Ability to perform basic word processing tasks and utilizes proprietary software for the completion of tasks or has the ability to learn these skills. • Must have experience and skills that are informed by advanced training, years of experience, and mastery of a range of competencies that demonstrate the following:Capacity to provide services that incorporate best practice; ability to practice skills with team members • Intermediate PC skills required Physical Requirements • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk and sit. • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds Decision Making Responsibilities • Responsible for recommending treatment plans for clients, reacting decisively in emergency situations and crisis intervention as needed. Pathways by Molina is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
Job Description: The Mental Health Clinician will provide psychotherapy service functions within the scope of practice in the Mental Health Clinic setting. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS •Facilitates completion of all initial individualized psychotherapy diagnostic assessments and treatment plans within 5 days of first date of service. •Facilitates the completion of client progress reviews and annual psychotherapy treatment plans within the time frame as identified. •Ensures delivery of services as identified in the psychotherapy treatment plan. Typical services may include but are not limited to: providing individual/group/family therapy, coordinating/collaborating with identified treatment team members, reporting issues of legal, ethical or safety to the proper channels and providing emergency/crisis psychotherapy services. •Documents all provided psychotherapy services in client’s clinic record and as may be required by private insurance, and company procedure. Typical tasks include, but may not be limited to: accurate and timely documentation of participant assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, periodic reviews and termination summaries. •Collaborates routinely with Clinical Supervisor, Primary Care Provider, other treatment providers, clients and other key personnel as identified as essential to client care. •Demonstrates competence/knowledge with regards and implementation of both effective psychological theories and clinical practice. •Attends collaborative staffing, supervision meetings to ensure consistency of service delivery and related documentation. •If qualified, provides clinical supervision of therapy services for psychotherapy staff requiring supervisory oversight as per licensing requirements. •Completes twenty (20) hours of continuing education annually in the field of licensure as required by IDAPA. Maintains confidentiality of all client documents, files and communication in written, electronic and/or verbal form. QUALIFICATIONS Psychotherapy services must be delivered by a licensed/qualified individual Evidence of current qualified Idaho licensure is required. Must maintain current professional licensure within field of practice to the standards/requirements as set by the Bureau of Occupational Licenses. Must have, at a minimum, one (1) or more of the following degrees: Licensed psychiatrist, Licensed physician, Licensed psychologist, Licensed clinical social worker, Licensed clinical professional counselor, Licensed marriage/family therapist, Licensed masters level nurse (certified psychiatric nurse, Clinical nurse specialist, Psychiatric nurse practitioner) and Psychologist extender as registered with the Bureau of Occupational Licenses. Individuals with licensure as a licensed Masters Social Worker are subject to provisions of supervision as identified by Optum. Practice is not allowed independent of supervision. Must be able to pass background check. Ability to perform basic word processing tasks and utilize proprietary software for the completion of tasks, or has the ability to learn these skills Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
Job Description: The Mental Health Clinician will provide psychotherapy service functions within the scope of practice in the Mental Health Clinic setting. Pathways by Molina is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS •Facilitates completion of all initial individualized psychotherapy diagnostic assessments and treatment plans within 5 days of first date of service. •Facilitates the completion of client progress reviews and annual psychotherapy treatment plans within the time frame as identified. •Ensures delivery of services as identified in the psychotherapy treatment plan. Typical services may include but are not limited to: providing individual/group/family therapy, coordinating/collaborating with identified treatment team members, reporting issues of legal, ethical or safety to the proper channels and providing emergency/crisis psychotherapy services. •Documents all provided psychotherapy services in client’s clinic record and as may be required by private insurance, and company procedure. Typical tasks include, but may not be limited to: accurate and timely documentation of participant assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, periodic reviews and termination summaries. •Collaborates routinely with Clinical Supervisor, Primary Care Provider, other treatment providers, clients and other key personnel as identified as essential to client care. •Demonstrates competence/knowledge with regards and implementation of both effective psychological theories and clinical practice. •Attends collaborative staffing, supervision meetings to ensure consistency of service delivery and related documentation. •If qualified, provides clinical supervision of therapy services for psychotherapy staff requiring supervisory oversight as per licensing requirements. •Completes twenty (20) hours of continuing education annually in the field of licensure as required by IDAPA.Maintains confidentiality of all client documents, files and communication in written, electronic and/or verbal form. QUALIFICATIONS Psychotherapy services must be delivered by a licensed/qualified individual Evidence of current qualified Idaho licensure is required. Must maintain current professional licensure within field of practice to the standards/requirements as set by the Bureau of Occupational Licenses. Must have, at a minimum, one (1) or more of the following degrees: Licensed psychiatrist, Licensed physician, Licensed psychologist, Licensed clinical social worker, Licensed clinical professional counselor, Licensed marriage/family therapist, Licensed masters level nurse (certified psychiatric nurse, Clinical nurse specialist, Psychiatric nurse practitioner) and Psychologist extender as registered with the Bureau of Occupational Licenses. Individuals with licensure as a licensed Masters Social Worker are subject to provisions of supervision as identified by Optum. Practice is not allowed independent of supervision. Must be able to pass background check. Ability to perform basic word processing tasks and utilize proprietary software for the completion of tasks, or has the ability to learn these skills Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Nampa, ID, USA
Job Description: Pathways by Molina, previously Providence Human Services, is one of the largest national providers of accessible, outcome-based behavioral and mental health services. At Pathways, we deliver exceptional value by creating healthier communities through the work of exceptional people. Our more than 7,000 employees provide the highest-quality home- and community-based human services in 23 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. We are looking to hire a certified peer support specialist. As a fully integrated member of the service delivery team, the Peer Support Specialist will provide Peer Support Services to adults who struggle with a severe and persistent mental illness, or emotional disturbance who are actively involved in mental health treatment. All Peer Support services will promote hope, wellness, and recovery outcomes for the identified client and their natural support system. If you are not Peer Support certified please visit the department Idaho Department of Health and Welfare website (link provided below) and read about the requirements to become peer support certified. If you meet the requirements and are interested in becoming certified please submit a cover letter along with your resume letting us know you are interested in becoming certified. We can provide a screening questioner and may be able to offer assistance with training costs if you are hired with the understanding that you will become certified. (The link below can be copied and pasted into your browser search bar, it will take you to Idaho Department of Health and Welfare website where it has more information about the certification process) http://healthandwelfare.idaho.gov/Medical/MentalHealth/PeerSpecialistsFamilySupportPartners/tabid/2935/Default.aspx Pathways by Molina is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic. ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES • Works with adult clients to develop recovery plans which build on their strengths. • Meets with each participant in their home and community with the ability to provide support and encouragement to each participant as requested in an effort to reduce hospitalizations for each participant. • Maintains confidentiality of all client documents, files, and communication in written, electronic, and/or verbal form. • Assists adult clients on achieving their personal recovery goals. • Provides hope and encouragement by serving by serving as a role model in recovery. • Shares experience from personal road to recovery to promote growth and change. • Provides individualized assistance and education in obtaining community services, maintaining life supports such as housing or income, carrying out the tasks of daily living, and participating in support groups or other community networks. • Offers education and support in working toward physical and mental wellness, including healthy living behaviors. • Completes behavioral health assessments, plan updates and service termination summaries as required. • Serve as a resource to the Pathways team in incorporating recovery strategies and tools into all client services. Reinforcing an approach of client self-determination in all aspects of service planning. • Provide an ongoing perspective to the Pathways team in regards to the experience of mental illness and recovery. • Participate in Team Meetings, and provides input in developing client assessments and service plans. • Prepares daily case notes on services provided to clients. Maintain other client or service documentation as required by the team. • Participate in any in-service training for Team members. • Will be available for contact by assigned client’s, as per clinical supervisor protocol and direction. • Submit time sheets by 9am on the assigned billing dates. EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS • Peer support certificate issued by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare • High School Diploma or GED • Be able to pass state and/or federal background checks • Driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Harrisonburg, VA, USA
Job Description: The Clinical Supervisor provides clinical oversight of the quality of care provided to clients, and provides clinical leadership and supervision to Therapists, Case Managers, and Paraprofessionals. The Clinical Supervisor conducts Clinical Assessments and Service Plans, develops the initial Treatment Plan, and the Targeted Case Management Plan. Position is located in Moorefield, WV. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Assists and in partnership with the Regional Director provides overall leadership for the regional staff, and clinical oversight of the quality of care provided to clients. Supports and promotes overall vision, goals, and core values of FPS. Provides clinical leadership and supervision to Therapists, Case Managers, and Paraprofessionals, to include direct participation in completing the employee’s performance evaluation. Assists in recruiting and orienting/training or assist in interviewing and training. Conduct clinical assessments with clients and prepares assessments in timely manner. Develop service plan for supportive counseling services with client and client’s support system. Develop therapy strategies for therapeutic services with client. Provide individual, family, and group therapeutic sessions and interventions as outlined in the treatment strategies and plans, using a strengths-based approach and best practice models. Establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship with the client and the client’s support system, with an awareness of maintaining appropriate boundaries. Document all services provided to the client and about the client to include all billable services and non billable services according to FPS and Medicaid standards. Complete and submit documentation within required deadlines. Consistently submit time sheets and related paperwork on time every pay period. Provide crisis intervention services to clients as necessary including participating in the rotating crisis pager response schedule. Attend and cooperatively and constructively participate in treatment team, supervision meetings, and required training. Treatment team meetings can include: staffing, evaluation of intervention, identification of needs, review of monitoring and linking of community based resources for the individual and family. Provide information for court reports and other client related reports as required, and attends court when subpoena. Consistently maintain established productivity requirements as dictated by case assignments. Serve as an FPS Ambassador by positively representing FPS in working with clients and families and in working with community partners, referral sources, etc. Implement and manage Safety Plans with client and client’s support system as needed. Locate, link, and refer client and client’s support system as necessary to applicable community resources, including child-oriented activities. Maintain the ability to transport self to clients’ homes and other community locations which requires maintaining a valid driver’s license and safe driving record and adequate, current car insurance. Cooperatively perform other job duties as assigned to support the provision of quality services to clients and FPS’s mission. QUALIFICATIONS Possession of a current professional license in the mental health field recognized in West Virginia. Possession of a Master’s degree from an approved college or university in a Human Services discipline (i.e. counseling; mental health; social work; marriage and family counseling; psychology; educational psychology; vocational counseling; sociology; psychiatric rehabilitation; child, family and community services; early childhood development; guidance and counseling; home economics – child and family services; human development; human service administration; school (education) psychology; human relations; counseling psychology; community counseling; cognitive science; clinical psychology; special education; child development; healthcare counseling; human services; human services counseling; human development; health psychology; social science; divinity/pastoral care/pastoral counseling; any other degree with a demonstrated concentration of study in psychology, social work, or mental health discipline) AND 5 or more years of verified direct work experience, acquired working with children/adolescents and families in a therapeutic treatment environment is preferred. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Winchester, VA 22601, USA
Job Description: The Clinical Supervisor provides clinical oversight of the quality of care provided to clients, and provides clinical leadership and supervision to Therapists, Case Managers, and Paraprofessionals. The Clinical Supervisor conducts Clinical Assessments and Service Plans, develops the initial Treatment Plan, and the Targeted Case Management Plan. Position is located in Moorefield, WV. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Assists and in partnership with the Regional Director provides overall leadership for the regional staff, and clinical oversight of the quality of care provided to clients. Supports and promotes overall vision, goals, and core values of FPS. Provides clinical leadership and supervision to Therapists, Case Managers, and Paraprofessionals, to include direct participation in completing the employee’s performance evaluation. Assists in recruiting and orienting/training or assist in interviewing and training. Conduct clinical assessments with clients and prepares assessments in timely manner. Develop service plan for supportive counseling services with client and client’s support system. Develop therapy strategies for therapeutic services with client. Provide individual, family, and group therapeutic sessions and interventions as outlined in the treatment strategies and plans, using a strengths-based approach and best practice models. Establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship with the client and the client’s support system, with an awareness of maintaining appropriate boundaries. Document all services provided to the client and about the client to include all billable services and non billable services according to FPS and Medicaid standards. Complete and submit documentation within required deadlines. Consistently submit time sheets and related paperwork on time every pay period. Provide crisis intervention services to clients as necessary including participating in the rotating crisis pager response schedule. Attend and cooperatively and constructively participate in treatment team, supervision meetings, and required training. Treatment team meetings can include: staffing, evaluation of intervention, identification of needs, review of monitoring and linking of community based resources for the individual and family. Provide information for court reports and other client related reports as required, and attends court when subpoena. Consistently maintain established productivity requirements as dictated by case assignments. Serve as an FPS Ambassador by positively representing FPS in working with clients and families and in working with community partners, referral sources, etc. Implement and manage Safety Plans with client and client’s support system as needed. Locate, link, and refer client and client’s support system as necessary to applicable community resources, including child-oriented activities. Maintain the ability to transport self to clients’ homes and other community locations which requires maintaining a valid driver’s license and safe driving record and adequate, current car insurance. Cooperatively perform other job duties as assigned to support the provision of quality services to clients and FPS’s mission. QUALIFICATIONS Possession of a current professional license in the mental health field recognized in West Virginia. Possession of a Master’s degree from an approved college or university in a Human Services discipline (i.e. counseling; mental health; social work; marriage and family counseling; psychology; educational psychology; vocational counseling; sociology; psychiatric rehabilitation; child, family and community services; early childhood development; guidance and counseling; home economics – child and family services; human development; human service administration; school (education) psychology; human relations; counseling psychology; community counseling; cognitive science; clinical psychology; special education; child development; healthcare counseling; human services; human services counseling; human development; health psychology; social science; divinity/pastoral care/pastoral counseling; any other degree with a demonstrated concentration of study in psychology, social work, or mental health discipline) AND 5 or more years of verified direct work experience, acquired working with children/adolescents and families in a therapeutic treatment environment is preferred. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Dickenson County, VA, USA
Job Description: Family Preservation Services – Cedar Bluff Region is looking to hire a Therapeutic Day Treatment Clinician in Dickenson County, Virginia. The Therapeutic Day Treatment Clinician will provide school based, strength-oriented group and individual counseling to youth. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS • Counselors must be present in the school with clients during school hours. • Provide crisis intervention and concurrent treatment to youth in school setting as needed to foster positive behavior in the classroom. • Provide family counseling and case management as needed to encourage parental participation in the youth’s life. • Educate family members regarding daily progress of youth, mental health issues, existing community services, and act as an advocate in connecting family members to these services. • Work with assigned clients to foster the development of new coping, problem solving, and communication skills at age appropriate levels. • Actively participate in the development of individualized service plans in conjunction with school personnel, social services professionals, assigned client(s) and their families. Implement services plans and monitor and report progress. • Educate family members regarding daily progress of youth, mental health issues, existing community services, and act as an advocate in connecting family members to these services. • Provide support as requested to TDT Coordinator in the event of a client or family crisis. • Complete and maintain up-to-date client records according to FPS standards, and prepare the necessary reports and file the client documents in a timely and accurate manner. • Schedule, attend and actively participate in clinical supervision once a week. • Establish and maintain effective professional relationships with other community agencies. • Participate in school functions; attend school meetings, and other community meetings as required. Serve as an FPS Ambassador in the school, and work cooperatively and collaboratively with all school personnel. • Provide transportation to clients when necessary which requires that the employee have a valid, non-restricted driver’s license and reliable transportation. • Cooperatively participate in your own re-assignment to a different classroom, school site, or county as deemed necessary by: FPS leadership due to school request or other relevant factors. • Serve as a behavioral model to the clients you serve in the Day Treatment program by consistently being present at school according to the school’s hours of operations. • Perform other duties as assigned and necessary. Performance and Conduct Requirements of Position You are required to consistently follow the conduct policies and daily operating procedures of your assigned school. QUALIFICATIONS • To qualify as a QMHP to provide Day Treatment for Children and Adolescents under 21, the employee must, at time of hire, have the designated clinical experience and must: be a physician; • Master’s degree preferred or the candidate can have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or the Human Services field from an accredited college or university with at least one year of clinical experience with at least one year of clinical experience with children and adolescents. • Clinical Experience means providing direct behavioral health services to children and adolescents with mental illness. It includes supervised internships, practicum’s, and field experience. A human services field is defined as social work, psychology, sociology, or counseling. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Pottsville, PA 17901, USA
Job Description: A person in this class title functions under the working title of Case Manager. The work that is performed is done in a team approach and involves initiative and independent professional judgment. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS • Completes family assessments to determine eligibility to receive home-based services and, through the therapeutic milieu provided in the home, encourages the unity and empowerment of families and the development of individual capacities • Coordinates services within the mental health system and between all agencies involved with each assigned facility • Provides linkage into needed mental health and other agency services in addition to or as follow up to family-based services • Provides relief services to assigned families if prescribed in the family service plan or links family to alternate provider • Documents patient records in accordance with state and local regulations and program policies and procedures • Presents case information and recommendations for each case at interagency team meetings • Participates in the family-based on-call crisis intervention component • Takes part in the gathering of information to demonstrate client progress • Attends and completes all components of Family based training model • Performs related work as required • Transports clients to appointments QUALIFICATIONS • Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology or related field and one year of experience • Possession of a valid Class C Pennsylvania driver’s license with a clear driving record Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Pottsville, PA 17901, USA
Job Description: The Residential Program Supervisor may have overall responsibilities for single or multiple sites as decided upon by program management. RESPONSIBILITIES • Ensures that the site is safe, clean, and secure at all times; that all maintenance and household chores are performed according to schedule; that the site is maintained in accordance with company policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements; that all records and charting including but not limited to household funds, individual funds, medical records, and other daily and historical logs are up to date and accurate; and that all staff assigned to the site act as a cohesive team to accomplish an environment that promotes a healthy living environment for the consumers • Supervises Residential Program Workers assigned to the site; trains all workers assigned to the site to ensure that they function appropriately in performing their job tasks in compliance with expected standards of care and delivery of services; provides feedback to staff on performance and recommends corrective action to the Program Specialist if necessary; ensures that work-related information is disseminated accurately and timely from site to office and office to site • Schedules staff efficiently to ensure adequate coverage; utilizes replacement staff when appropriate in the cases of vacancies and inability for scheduled workers to report for duty; verifies the accuracy of hours worked by direct care staff and makes appropriate corrections/notations prior to submission for payroll processing; abides by company policies and procedures which require efficient utilization of staff • Participates in the pre-assessment and assessment processes for consumers; participates in the planning, development, and implementation of Individual Program Plans for the consumers • Reports concerns and makes recommendations of consumer issues to the Program Specialist • Provides social, emotional, and environmental supports to ensure the happiness, health, and safety of the consumers; provides support in activities of daily living such as personal hygiene and appropriate dress; assures that each consumer participates in social/leisure/recreational activities • Schedules appointments for services such as doctor, dental, vision, and therapeutic visits; accompanies consumers on such visits and provides follow up information to the Program Specialist in an accurate, timely manner • Ensures that accurate medication administration procedures are followed through close monitoring; takes corrective action if necessary • Performs related work as required QUALIFICATIONS • High School Diploma or GED Equivalency preferred • One (1) year of experience as a Residential Program Worker OR • Two (2) years of direct service experience in a human services agency, one (1) of which must have involved working with the mentally challenged or any equivalent combination of experience and training Preferred Skills: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES • Knowledge of the principles and methods of rehabilitation for the program consumers • Knowledge of behavior management, program planning, and normalization principles and practices to assist others in leading normal lives • Ability to comprehend and carry out health measures such as First Aid, CPR, Fire Safety, and Personal Safety Measures • Ability to exercise sound judgment in applying and interpreting regulations and policies in governing residential programs • Ability to manage, organize, and control the daily household and consumer related job tasks for the efficient operation of the site • Ability to supervise a team of workers and to prioritize and organize work tasks so that all job responsibilities are accomplished efficiently and appropriately • Ability to effectively instruct subordinates and objectively evaluate work performance • Ability to work with others in the course of business in a professional, respectful manner
Pathways by Molina Pottsville, PA 17901, USA
Job Description: The Residential Program Supervisor may have overall responsibilities for single or multiple sites as decided upon by program management. RESPONSIBILITIES • Ensures that the site is safe, clean, and secure at all times; that all maintenance and household chores are performed according to schedule; that the site is maintained in accordance with company policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements; that all records and charting including but not limited to household funds, individual funds, medical records, and other daily and historical logs are up to date and accurate; and that all staff assigned to the site act as a cohesive team to accomplish an environment that promotes a healthy living environment for the consumers. • Supervises Residential Program Workers assigned to the site; trains all workers assigned to the site to ensure that they function appropriately in performing their job tasks in compliance with expected standards of care and delivery of services; provides feedback to staff on performance and recommends corrective action to the Program Specialist if necessary; ensures that work-related information is disseminated accurately and timely from site to office and office to site. • Schedules staff efficiently to ensure adequate coverage; utilizes replacement staff when appropriate in the cases of vacancies and inability for scheduled workers to report for duty; verifies the accuracy of hours worked by direct care staff and makes appropriate corrections/notations prior to submission for payroll processing; abides by company policies and procedures which require efficient utilization of staff. • Participates in the pre-assessment and assessment processes for consumers; participates in the planning, development, and implementation of Individual Program Plans for the consumers. • Reports concerns and makes recommendations of consumer issues to the Program Specialist • Provides social, emotional, and environmental supports to ensure the happiness, health, and safety of the consumers; provides support in activities of daily living such as personal hygiene and appropriate dress; assures that each consumer participates in social/leisure/recreational activities. • Schedules appointments for services such as doctor, dental, vision, and therapeutic visits; accompanies consumers on such visits and provides follow up information to the Program Specialist in an accurate, timely manner. • Ensures that accurate medication administration procedures are followed through close monitoring; takes corrective action if necessary • Performs related work as required QUALIFICATIONS • High School Diploma or GED Equivalency preferred • One (1) year of experience as a Residential Program Worker OR • Two (2) years of direct service experience in a human services agency, one (1) of which must have involved working with the mentally challenged or any equivalent combination of experience and training Preferred Skills: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES • Knowledge of the principles and methods of rehabilitation for the program consumers • Knowledge of behavior management, program planning, and normalization principles and practices to assist others in leading normal lives • Ability to comprehend and carry out health measures such as First Aid, CPR, Fire Safety, and Personal Safety Measures • Ability to exercise sound judgment in applying and interpreting regulations and policies in governing residential programs • Ability to manage, organize, and control the daily household and consumer related job tasks for the efficient operation of the site • Ability to supervise a team of workers and to prioritize and organize work tasks so that all job responsibilities are accomplished efficiently and appropriately • Ability to effectively instruct subordinates and objectively evaluate work performance • Ability to work with others in the course of business in a professional, respectful manner
Pathways by Molina Schuylkill County, PA, USA
Job Description: The Residential Program Supervisor may have overall responsibilities for single or multiple sites as decided upon by program management. RESPONSIBILITIES • Ensures that the site is safe, clean, and secure at all times; that all maintenance and household chores are performed according to schedule; that the site is maintained in accordance with company policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements; that all records and charting including but not limited to household funds, individual funds, medical records, and other daily and historical logs are up to date and accurate; and that all staff assigned to the site act as a cohesive team to accomplish an environment that promotes a healthy living environment for the consumers. • Supervises Residential Program Workers assigned to the site; trains all workers assigned to the site to ensure that they function appropriately in performing their job tasks in compliance with expected standards of care and delivery of services; provides feedback to staff on performance and recommends corrective action to the Program Specialist if necessary; ensures that work-related information is disseminated accurately and timely from site to office and office to site. • Schedules staff efficiently to ensure adequate coverage; utilizes replacement staff when appropriate in the cases of vacancies and inability for scheduled workers to report for duty; verifies the accuracy of hours worked by direct care staff and makes appropriate corrections/notations prior to submission for payroll processing; abides by company policies and procedures which require efficient utilization of staff. • Participates in the pre-assessment and assessment processes for consumers; participates in the planning, development, and implementation of Individual Program Plans for the consumers. • Reports concerns and makes recommendations of consumer issues to the Program Specialist • Provides social, emotional, and environmental supports to ensure the happiness, health, and safety of the consumers; provides support in activities of daily living such as personal hygiene and appropriate dress; assures that each consumer participates in social/leisure/recreational activities. • Schedules appointments for services such as doctor, dental, vision, and therapeutic visits; accompanies consumers on such visits and provides follow up information to the Program Specialist in an accurate, timely manner. • Ensures that accurate medication administration procedures are followed through close monitoring; takes corrective action if necessary • Performs related work as required QUALIFICATIONS • High School Diploma or GED Equivalency preferred • One (1) year of experience as a Residential Program Worker OR • Two (2) years of direct service experience in a human services agency, one (1) of which must have involved working with the mentally challenged or any equivalent combination of experience and training Preferred Skills: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES • Knowledge of the principles and methods of rehabilitation for the program consumers • Knowledge of behavior management, program planning, and normalization principles and practices to assist others in leading normal lives • Ability to comprehend and carry out health measures such as First Aid, CPR, Fire Safety, and Personal Safety Measures • Ability to exercise sound judgment in applying and interpreting regulations and policies in governing residential programs • Ability to manage, organize, and control the daily household and consumer related job tasks for the efficient operation of the site • Ability to supervise a team of workers and to prioritize and organize work tasks so that all job responsibilities are accomplished efficiently and appropriately • Ability to effectively instruct subordinates and objectively evaluate work performance • Ability to work with others in the course of business in a professional, respectful manner
Pathways by Molina Boynton Beach, FL, USA
Job Description: Pathways by Molina, previously Providence Human Services, is one of the largest national providers of accessible, outcome-based behavioral and mental health services.At Pathways, we deliver exceptional value by creating healthier communities through the work of exceptional people. We proudly serve more than 55,000 unique clients and nearly 17 million individuals who qualify for services under our contracts. We specialize in providing direct services and case management to children, adolescents and adults with behavioral and medical health needs, as well as those supervised by government subsidized programs, in their homes or through community-based resources. Pathways offers a full spectrum of social service and behavioral health solutions, including Youth & Family Services, Adult Services, and Prevention Services. Within each area, clients have access to a broad range of social and behavioral services to meet their needs. Pathways by Molina offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits that include:Paid vacation and sick leave Medical, dental, and vision insurance 401K Nine paid holidays Flexible schedule Mileage reimbursement Training and development opportunities A Mental Health Clinician provides intensive in-home counseling and crisis intervention to children and their families. Qualifications • Master's degree from an accredited university or college with a major in the field of counseling, social work, psychology, nursing, rehabilitation, special education, health education, or a related human services field. • Valid state driver’s license in good standing • Required vehicle Insurance ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Responsible maintaining a caseload as assigned and/or as determined by your rate agreement • Responsible for completing an individualized treatment plan, implementing the treatment plan and monitoring the progress of each assigned client • Respond or arrange for a response to calls on “family crisis” on a 24 hour, seven day a week basis • Conduct or participate in case reviews and/or case staffing’s as required • Complete treatment plan reviews no less frequently than every 6 months or more frequently as clinically indicated • Maintain up to date client records and complete all progress notes or reports in a legible, timely and accurate manner • Responsible for reviewing all client records on caseload to include reading the bio-psychosocial, face to face interview, psychiatrist notes/evaluation and all other pertinent clinical information • Responsible for ensuring the timely completion of all community mental health forms and necessary documentation to include the assessment, treatment plans and treatment plan reviews, CFARS, MHSA forms, progress notes and discharge notes • Attend Community Mental Health Program meetings at least one time per month or as scheduled/required • Serve as an agency liaison with DCF, DJJ and other community agencies for coordinating referrals and organizing community presentations • Responsible for the timely completion and submission of all community mental health clinician staff time sheets, mileage sheets, and progress notes • Appear in court when subpoenaed as a witness • Meet or exceed required hours of billable service while staying within Medicaid specified limitations and, if applicable, authorized units of service • Participate in Continuous Quality Improvement activities as assigned Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Lexington, VA 24450, USA
Job Description: Since our inception in 1992, Family Preservation Services (FPS) of Virginia has been a leader and innovator in the development of community-based services here in the Commonwealth of Virginia. FPS of Virginia currently operates 30 office sites, each designed to meet the unique needs of each community through the integration and use of evidence based and trauma-informed practices. With more than 900 employees servicing more than 3,000 individuals and families each year, FPS is the largest private provider of community based services in Virginia. As a leader in the area of mental health and behavioral health services, Family Preservation Services of Virginia, with the support and collective expertise of our global parent company, Pathways by Molina, will continue our commitment to promoting positive change in the individuals, families and communities we impact each day. FPS is committed to creating the best possible work environment for our team members and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, FSAs, vacation, sick, basic and optional life insurance, EAP, 401k (100% match for the 1st 4% employee contribution/immediate vesting) and an Employee Stock Purchase Plan. We are seeking a dynamic Therapeutic Day Treatment Counselor for our Lexington, VA location. Position Duties • Provide school based, strength-oriented group and individual counseling to youth. • Provide crisis intervention and concurrent treatment to youth in school setting as needed to foster positive behavior in the classroom. • Provide family counseling and case management as needed to encourage parental participation in the youth’s life. Educate family members regarding daily progress of youth, mental health issues, existing community services, and act as an advocate in connecting family members to these services. • Work with assigned clients to foster the development of new coping, problem solving, and communication skills at age appropriate levels. • Actively participate in the development of individualized service plans in conjunction with school personnel, social services professionals, assigned client(s) and their families. • Implement services plans and monitor and report progress. • Educate family members regarding daily progress of youth, mental health issues, existing community services, and act as an advocate in connecting family members to these services. • Provide support as requested to TDT Coordinator in the event of a client or family crisis. • Complete and maintain up-to-date client records according to FPS standards, and prepare the necessary reports and file the client documents in a timely and accurate manner. • Schedule, attend and actively participate in clinical supervision once a week. • Establish and maintain effective professional relationships with other community agencies. • Participate in school functions; attend school meetings, and other community meetings as required. Serve as an FPS Ambassador in the school, and work cooperatively and collaboratively with all school personnel. • Provide transportation to clients when necessary which requires that the employee have a valid, non-restricted driver’s license and reliable transportation. • Cooperatively participate in your own re-assignment to a different classroom, school site, or county as deemed necessary by: FPS leadership due to school request or other relevant factors. • Serve as a behavioral model to the clients you serve in the Day Treatment program by consistently being present at school according to the school’s hours of operations. • Perform other duties as assigned and necessary. Performance and Conduct Requirements of Position • FPS Email: As an employee of FPS of VA, you are provided an fpscorp email account. It is your responsibility to check your fps email at least once a day. • Job Attendance: A fundamental responsibility of your job is to serve as a role model for our clients/students in the school based day treatment program. Therefore, you are required to be at work (school) consistently and on time throughout the school year. • It is your responsibility to sign in/sign out on the daily attendance log at your school site. Any need for absence during the school day must have prior approval from your supervisor. • Consistently wear your FPS Name Badge or School Name badge at your assigned site for identification and security purposes. • School Administration: You are required to consistently follow the conduct policies and daily operating procedures of your assigned school. QUALIFICATIONS Required Credentials To qualify as a QMHP to provide Day Treatment for Children and Adolescents under 21, the employee must, at time of hire, have the designated clinical experience and must:•Have a social work bachelor’s or master’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least one year of clinical experience with children or adolescents; or • Be a registered nurse with at least one year of clinical experience with children and adolescents; or • Clinical Experience means providing direct behavioral health services to children and adolescents with mental illness. It includes supervised internships, practicum’s, and field experience. A human services field is defined as social work, psychology, sociology, or counseling. Preferred Skills:
Pathways by Molina Las Vegas, NV, USA
Job Description: Pathways by Molina is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic. Monitors clients Urine Analysis (UA), control log sheets, and receipts, monitors client behavior and monitor lavatories. This positions pays $9.50/hour. **Please note, in this position, the employee will be exposed to same sex clients that are not clothed from the torso to the knees** ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Observes clients submission of urine as needed. Initials specimen cups before and after collection of urine Issues receipts of UA at time of collection, if necessary Keeps client lavatories orderly. Assures that paper products and hand cleaner are available. Reports lavatory problems to management Advises supervisor of any behavioral problems with clients Other duties as assigned or necessary to support the program and/or the company Provide the best customer care possible Identify and build upon the strengths of consumers, coworkers, and the communities we serve Support consumers’ steps towards Recovery and Wellness Create an organizational culture that respects and celebrates the diversity of our consumers Value learning as an ongoing process that enables us to better service our consumers and establishes our leadership in the industry Research and utilize our industry’s best practices and analyze our own services to ensure the best possible outcomes QUALIFICATIONS High School diploma or equivalent Preferred Skills: