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Responsible to serve as a Counselor/Case manager and provide clinical/case management services to assigned students as per program guidelines through the following:  Assess clients’ needs as they relate to available services; Provide individual counseling; Provide group counseling; Maintain regular contact with parent(s)/guardian(s) regarding clients’ progress; Consult regularly with School Districts’ staff regarding clients’ goals and progress; Keep accurate case records; As requested, write and submit reports regarding clients’ progress; Consult as necessary with referral representatives and adjunct professionals regarding clients’ treatment and delivery of services; Provide other applicable and essential clinical and case management services; In conjunction with staff of School Districts, facilitate program development.

PA LSW required with experience with clinical children/adolescents/families.

PT – Bensalem, PA – 3 days – 8:30am to 3pm – starting mid-January to April 2018

FT – Quakertown, PA – 5 days – 8; 30am to 3pm – starting March to June 2018

Interview the participant and caregiver to obtain a social assessment and evaluation of needs and problems. Provide or arrange for individual, family and group counseling in reference to psychological, social, financial, legal, vocational, and educational needs of the participant. Assist with obtaining concrete services; for example, housing, shopping, clothing etc. Refer to and/or develop support groups and educational programs for caregivers and participants. Arrange and/or provide crisis intervention; Provide family outreach; coordinate participants’ care plans with other communities. Provide in-service training to staff on participant/caregiver psychosocial needs.

Participate in participants’ case conferences; for example, pre­ admissions and post-admissions, problem-oriented cases; and Document assessments, treatment plans, evaluations and clinical notes. Coordinate discharge planning for the child, which shall include providing the child’s parent information and assistance in accessing necessary and appropriate community services.

Perform administrative requirements, such as completing necessary forms, reports, etc., and submitting such to the Administrator as required. Provide information to participant/families as to Medicaid and other (financial assistance programs available to the participant. Interpret the department’s policies and procedures to employees, participants, visitors, government agencies, etc.

Review and develop a plan of correction for potential social work deficiencies, including those noted during survey inspections and provide a written copy of such to the Administrator, and ongoing quality assurance. Assure that social work progress notes are informative and descriptive of the services provided and of the participant’s response to the service.

Maintain a reference library of written material, laws, etc., necessary for complying with current standards and regulations providing assistance in maintaining quality social work. Work in cooperation with members of sister centers to maintain/achieve continuous operational improvements. Present a positive image of the facility to all customers, such as job applicants, families, and the community.

NJ CSW Have at least one-year of experience in providing social work services for children

 

Responsible to provide medically related social work services so that each patient may attain or maintain the highest practicable level of physical, mental and psychosocial well-being. Identifies cognitive impairments, signs of mood problems, and psychosocial needs and follows-up as needed.

Maintains accurate and timely documentation, which complies with federal/state regulations, corporate policy, and specific center practices, including, but not limited to, Advanced Directives, Minimum Data Set, Social Service History and Assessment, Raps, Care Plans, Social Service Progress Notes, PASARR and Discharge Planning documentation, Behavior Tracking and monitoring of cognitive and psycho-social changes, and psych services.

BSW or MSW with one year of supervised Social Work experience in a health care setting working directly with geriatric individuals.

The care manger will be responsible for managing the Individual Service Plans (ISP) of consumers in the Aging Waiver Program. The service plan includes informal and formal supports, community resources, and waiver services.

BSW and at least one-year experience in public or private social work. Preferably someone who has worked as a care manager at an area agency on aging.

The Worker provides services to children, their families referred from County Children and Youth agencies as well as Philadelphia Community Umbrella agencies filling the role of Foster Care Worker for County referred cases and the role of Resource Parent Support Worker in CUA referred cases.

The Worker’s role in foster care case referred by counties is to provide case management services for the triad of clients (children/youth, their families and the foster family caring for the child/youth, foster families) in their assigned caseload.  The Worker works toward the overall goal of permanency for each legal family and child.  He/she provides outreach to family members, offering assistance in meeting their goals.

BSW – must have one year of experience with case work with children and youth.

The Primary Therapist will provide quality direct and indirect inpatient care to individuals with co-occurring disorders including history of trauma.  Provide individual, group and family therapies using various professional treatment modalities and psycho-educational groups to clients with co-occurring disorders.  Conduct and development treatment plans and assessments to document history and identify preliminary issues for treatment.

Provides Crisis Intervention, assessing client and providing therapeutic interventions, making appropriate referral for service

MSW with a minimum of 2 years’ experience providing therapy/counseling. Must be able to address and prioritize multiple task demands within established time frame. Experience working with adult drug and alcohol population.

FT, temp, holiday coveage

The behavioral health care provider is a core member of the collaborative care team, including the patient’s medical provider and psychiatric consultant, as well as the larger primary care team or medical team. The behavioral health care provider is responsible for supporting and coordinating the mental and physical health care of assigned patients in conjunction with the patient’s medical provider and, when appropriate, other behavioral health providers.

Assess patients for common mental health and substance use disorders using structured behavioral health assessment and monitoring tools. Risk-stratify and refer patients to appropriate level of care, including collaborative care, specialty care, and crisis intervention. Closely coordinate care with the patient’s medical provider and, when appropriate, other behavioral health providers

Systematically track treatment response and monitor patients (in person or by telephone) for changes in clinical symptoms and treatment side effects or complications. Support medical providers’ adherence to behavioral health evidence-based practice guidelines. Provide recommendations for psychotropic medication management as reviewed by primary care provider or a consulting psychiatrist taking into account adherence monitoring, side effects, and effectiveness of treatment.

Provide brief behavioral interventions using evidence-based techniques such as behavioral activation, brief alcohol interventions, problem-solving treatment, motivational interviewing, or other treatments as appropriate.  Provide short-term cognitive behavioral therapy when deemed appropriate and necessary by primary medical team and consulting psychiatrist. Facilitate in-clinic or outside referrals to evidence-based psychosocial treatments as clinically indicated.

Provide patient education about common mental health and substance abuse disorders and the available treatment options. Participate in regularly scheduled caseload consultation with the psychiatric consultant and communicate resulting treatment recommendations to the patient’s medical provider through appropriate chart documentation and other forms of communication.

Encourage patient engagement, treatment adherence, and commitment to follow-up care. Organize & maintain clinical case management information (protected health information) in an electronic database and track patient follow up and clinical outcomes.

Document patient progress and treatment recommendations in HER and other required systems so as to be shared with medical providers, psychiatric consultant, and other treating providers. Meet regulatory and compliance standards for documentation.

Facilitate treatment plan changes for patients who are not improving as expected in consultation with the medical provider and the psychiatric consultant and who may need more intensive or more specialized mental health care.

Facilitate referrals for clinically indicated services outside of the organization (e.g., social services such as housing assistance, vocational rehabilitation, mental health specialty care, substance abuse treatment).

Develop and complete relapse prevention self-management plan with patients who have achieved their treatment goals and are soon to be discharged from the caseload. Review all cases in which care has lasted longer than 6 months for appropriate termination or referral to a higher level of care.

PA LCSW with two to three years of post-graduate clinical experience. Experience working in the behavioral health care industry preferred. Two years of experience providing crisis and/or utilization management services. Excellent interpersonal skills, including a friendly manner, an open demeanor, and good listening skills.

Demonstrated ability to collaborate and communicate effectively in a team setting. Ability to maintain effective and professional relationships with patient and other members of the care team. Working knowledge of differential diagnosis of common mental health and/or substance abuse disorders, when appropriate. Ability to effectively engage patients in a therapeutic relationship, when appropriate . Ability to deliver clinical care services in an efficient and effective manner. Ability to work with patients by telephone as well as in person. Experience with assessment and treatment planning for common mental health and/or substance use disorders. Working knowledge of evidence-based psychosocial treatments and brief behavioral interventions for common mental health disorders, when appropriate (e.g., motivational interviewing, problem-solving treatment, behavioral activation).

Basic knowledge of psychopharmacology for common mental health disorders that is within appropriate scope of practice for type of provider filling role. Experience with evidence-based counseling techniques. Emergent assessment & crisis intervention skills. Ability to quickly assimilate new information in a fast paced work environment with enthusiasm. Computer literate, including MS Office applications. Knowledge of DSM-V, APA Criteria, ASAM Criteria, HIPAA, & community resources. Knowledge of EPIC preferred but not required.

Full time and on call required.

 

Telephone triage of clients. Knowledge of medical necessity for psychiatric, substance abuse, and crisis intervention. Utilize excellent communication skills, both spoken & written, for clinical assessment purposes. Responsible for organizing & maintaining clinical case management information (protected health information) in an electronic database. Knowledge of DSM-IV, V, APA Criteria, ASAM Criteria, HIPAA, and community resources. Knowledge of clinical delivery systems. Meet regulatory and compliance standards for documentation. Facilitates and coordinates patient care to promote quality clinical and cost-effective patient outcomes. Monitoring of after-business-hours and weekends’ calls. Knowledge of ABA services for the treatment of ASD.

PA LCSW with two to three years of post-graduate clinical experience. Experience working in the managed care industry preferred. Two years of experience providing crisis and/or utilization management services. Excellent interpersonal skills, including a friendly manner, an open demeanor, and good listening skills. Clinical assessment & crisis intervention skills. Ability to interact with clients, faculty, & staff at all levels. Ability to deliver clinical care services in an efficient and effective manner. Well-developed communication skills, both spoken & written. Computer literate, including MS Office applications.

Knowledge of ABA services for the treatment of ASD. Knowledge of DSM-IV and V, APA Criteria, ASAM Criteria, HIPAA, & community resources. Knowledge of McKesson InterQual Criteria, eCura, EPIC preferred but not required. Ability to quickly assimilate new information in a fast-paced work environment with enthusiasm. Highly flexible and quickly adaptable to change with a positive attitude. Highly organized and able to multitask.

FT, Temp to hire, on call Availability

MSW with behavioral health, crisis and medical/psych discharge planning experience.

Immediate Opening.

 

 

Inpatient, older adult unit, 55 + mostly groups, some 1:1, mental health and some substance abuse. Hours are 12pm to 8pm, will consider full or part time.

MSW, LSW preferred with clinical inpatient experience, co-occurring.

The Truancy Case Manager (CM) will provide case management services including comprehensive assessments, family goal planning, home and school visits, representation at court hearings, removal of attendance barriers, and linkages to community resources. The CM will work with the TCM team to assist with networking, referrals, translation and interpretation. The CM will document progress in case notes, databases, and case files.

The CM will be cross-trained in all three program tiers including participation in truancy prevention meetings at partner schools, case management, and case transition to Family Court. CMs work in a fast-pace and high-pressure environment, handling multiple and simultaneous priorities, balancing the needs of families, requirements from funders and adherence to tight schedules and strict deadlines. The program goals are to resolve truancy issues and facilitate families’ ability to develop positive relationships that promote well-being and permanency of children in the home and school environment.

BSW with a minimum two years’ experience in social work or related field that includes case management and child welfare experience working with children and youth, juvenile delinquency, and/or families. Possess a valid driver’s license and a car for extensive travel.

Residential treatment facility for women with co-occurring. 1:1 and groups, treatment plans, DAP notes.

MSW with clinical experience with mental health and addiction. Must have strong documentation skills. Schedule: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 9-3pm. (6 hour day).

Support the Case Managers by facilitating the intake process with between 50 – 80 families bi-weekly. Build intake files, complete intake file documentation, and update database. Conduct repeated visits and outreach methods to locate clients.  Gather all updated phone numbers, addresses, and availability of families. Use effective time management and organization skills.

Travel around local Philadelphia neighborhoods extensively. Maintain consistent communication on activities between clients and staff members. Engage families and school personnel in order to establish effective working relationships.

Engage individuals and organizations for the purpose of working in partnership and collaboration. Prepare for and attend court appearances to represent clients at Regional and Family Court. Assess and report all client safety concerns. Attend regular supervision, department meetings, and trainings.

BSW with case management and child welfare experience working with children and youth, juvenile delinquency, and/or families.  Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as advanced computer skills. Effectively work and communicate with diverse staff in a team environment. Possess a valid driver’s license and a car for extensive travel.

To attend directly and indirectly to the psychosocial needs and coordinate discharge planning process for health center residents in a manner that promotes a person directed approach to care and services. To meet all regulatory requirements for documentation in medical charts.

Provide supportive counseling and concrete services, directly and indirectly, to health center residents. Complete social history for all new health center residents at admission.  Assess new health center residents to identify their psychosocial needs.  Provide resource information to residents and families according to their needs and desires.

Discharge planning for residents returning to their apartments or homes within center to the outside community.  Determine at admission the resident’s long-term goal.  Support realistic long-term planning and explore options available to support achievement of the resident’s goal. Assist with admissions to the Health Center.

BSW with knowledge of long term care regulations and health care operations. MDS and discharge planning skills necessary.

Provide a full range of emergency/temporary foster care service to foster parents (which include on-call rotation, crisis intervention services, assessment, placement, monitoring and transporting). Maintain a caseload of 30 families. Certify and recertify kinship and foster parents.

Ensure resource stay in compliance according to DPW regulations. work on-call hours as directed. Interface with all service providers for the purpose of service delivery and goal planning meetings; prepare monthly progress reports, service plans and other reports are required by DHS/CUA, DPW, and the agency. Adhere to all other program and agency policies and procedures governing the objective of the agency and program.  Other duties as assigned.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

BSW with at least 1 years of experience working directly with children in a child related field. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills; must have excellent interpersonal skills; and must have the ability to work with persons from various ethnic backgrounds, with particular emphasis in working with families of African American heritage.

Responsible for providing comprehensive assessment and social services interventions in the Center and in the home and coordination of 24 hour care for LIFE program participants.

NJ LSW. Must have a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and have means of transportation.

  • Developing and implementing written objectives, policies and procedures, and a quality assurance program for the social work service
  • Participating in planning and budgeting for the social work service
  • Ensuring that services are provided as specified in the social work portion of the participant’s plan of care, and are coordinated with other participant care services to provide a continuum of care for the participant
  • Interviewing the participant and caregiver to obtain a social assessment and evaluation of needs and problems
  • Participating as part of the multidisciplinary team in developing, implementing, reviewing and revising the participant’s plan of care
  • Providing or arranging for individual, family and group counseling in reference to psychological, social, financial, legal, vocational, and educational needs of the participant
  • Assisting with obtaining concrete services; for example, housing, shopping, clothing, etc.
  • Referring to and/or developing support groups and educational programs for caregivers and participants
  • Arranging and/or providing crisis intervention
  • Providing family outreach
  • Coordinating participant’s care plans with other community resources
  • Providing in-service training to staff on participant/caregiver psychosocial needs
  • Participating in the facility’s quality improvement program
  • Participating in professional organizations and seminars
  • Participating in participants’ case conferences
  • Documenting assessments, treatment plans, evaluations and clinical notes
  • Coordinating discharge planning for participants. Discharge planning shall include linking the participant to necessary community services.

NJ CSW or NJ LSW – Must be bi-lingual (Russian)

Individual therapy for TBI population with behavioral issues. DAP notes, IRP meetings to provide treatment updates and completion of behavioral plans.

NJ LCSW with experience with development disability.

M-F no weekends or nights – part time as of Oct 1 that will turn to full time to cover a maternity leave in March and then back to part time.

Function as part of the larger CUA team responsible for achieving the target goals of improving safety, permanency, and well-being of children, youth, and families.  Act as the coordinator of Parent Cafes.

Facilitate Parent Cafes and other support groups. Develop and conduct Strengthening Families orientations and workshops for the CUA and the community. Train Facilitators and Parent Café Hosts.

Work with the Community Liaison in establishing community connections. Attend Court Hearings as needed. Document activity on prescribed report forms.

BSW with one year’s experience working in child, youth and family serving systems. Familiarity with the dynamics of diverse populations in low income areas. Culturally sensitive to the needs and diversities of multi-cultural communities. Knowledge of community resources. Knowledge of social services, child welfare and family systems services. Ability to attend evening and weekend community events and meetings.