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Youth Peer Support SpecialistLearn More
Youth Peer Support Specialist
H.S. Diploma Preferred
- Adult between the ages of 18 through age 26 with lived experience who received mental health services as a youth.
- Willing and able to self-identify as a person who has or is receiving public behavioral health services and is prepared to use that experience in helping others.
- Experience receiving services as a youth in complex, child serving systems preferred (behavioral health, child welfare, juvenile justice, special education, etc.)
- Support the empowerment of youth served in services for children/adolescents with a as a part of the Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment State Plan.
- Assist Youth in developing skills to improve overall functioning and quality of life, in resolving conflicts, with integrating with community, school, and family, and/or into adulthood.
- Work collaboratively with youth caregivers and clinicians assigned to the youth/family services are delivered in accordance with their individual service plan.
Peer Recovery CoachLearn More
Peer Recovery Coach
High School Diploma or Equivalent
State of Michigan Certification-“Peer Recovery Coach”
Valid Drivers License
Valid Drivers License
The Peer Recovery Coach provides support, role modeling and mentorship to persons in recovery from Substance Use Disorders and/or mental health disorders. From an unique perspective, the Peer Recovery Coach offers insight into substance use recovery and/or mental health recovery needs. Duties may include assisting consumers with outreach, daily living skills, community support linkage, transportation, individual sessions, group facilitation and advocacy. Additional requirements include service provision utilizing evidenced based practices, trauma informed, recovery focused techniques and completion of documentation in a timely manner.
Home-based Services Therapist/ClinicianLearn More
Home-based Services Therapist/Clinician
MA/MS/MSW degree in human services area (Counseling Psychology, Professional Counseling, Social Work), eligible for Michigan licensure as an Limited Licensed Psychologist (LLP), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or Licensed Master’s Social Worker (LMSW)
- Coordinate person-centered planning process for assigned individuals and families served, including arranging for meeting times, invitations, and completion of the final plan and accompanying documents (i.e. safety and crisis plans). Assure plan is signed by parent/caregiver/guardian and delivered within 14 days.=
- Provide a minimum of 8 hours/32 units of service per month of face to face recovery-focused treatment, as outlined in person-centered plan, including ongoing assessment of unmet needs and recommendations for improvements in services.
- Provide services using evidence based or promising practice treatment modality, including cognitive behavioral individual and family therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, crisis resolution skills, strengthening of the parent’s capacity to provide appropriate care, as well as case management functions of linking, monitoring, and coordinating, as a step-down from Home-based Services, to assure a smooth transition to a least restrictive service to decrease risk of recidivism (i.e. increase in symptoms and functional impairments by closing prematurely).
- Provide therapy as indicated in the treatment plan to include individual with the child, individual with a parent, couple’s, and family therapy interventions and models to assure optimal child, caregiver, and family functioning.
- Complete CAFAS/PECFAS/DECA assessments at designated intervals (every 90 days, and as part of the Periodic Review, at annual reassessment, and again at exit from services.), and that these scores are entered into both the Streamline CAFAS/PECFAS document, as well as the fas outcomes system, in a timely manner. The score on these functional assessments will be used to determine appropriate level of care, as well as amount, scope, and duration.
- Assure case load is 80% dedicated Home-based families at all times, with a ratio of 12 families per each HB clinician, with a ratio of 15 families per each clinician with 12 families active in home-based services and 3 families transitioning out of care through child case management.
- Assure that each Home-based family complete a crisis plan, and said crisis plan is scanned into the record, given to the family, shared with ICSS and ESU staff as needed and appropriate.
- Assure that services are provided in the family home the majority of contacts.
- Assure collateral contacts are documented in the chart. Collateral contacts are those nonbillable contacts necessary for assuring that all natural and professional supports and resources are utilized to maximize family functioning.
- Documentation completed is timely, strengths based, utilizes recovery methods and measures caregiver’s and the child/adolescents progress and satisfaction with services.
- Coordinate care with other external organizations as necessary (MDHHS, courts, pediatricians/primary care physician, local and intermediate school districts, Wraparound team, social security, transportation, community resources, health plans, etc.), in an integrated healthcare manner.
- Provide or arranges for crisis intervention services when needed, including inpatient and crisis residential screens/referral. Link with Access Supervisor upon completion.
- Provide Intensive Crisis Stabilization Services (ICSS) for youth as needed as part of follow-up from inpatient psychiatric hospitalization discharge during the first 30 days post-discharge. ICSS shifts may be required as necessary to meet capacity to provide the service.
- Attend and participate in a variety of in-service training to maintain and improve job knowledge and skills, to assure best care practices, including all agency-required in-service training. Attend (on time) and participate in designated staff meetings and clinical (treatment) meetings.
- Will attend a minimum of 24 hours of in-service training (annually during calendar year) related to provision of services to SED children and infants; must be mental health specific. (CDTC certification requirement for all staff who work with children).
- Maintain licensure/registration as appropriate to profession and job requirement.
- Participates in scheduled supervision sessions with immediate supervisor, to include case staffings, adherence to evidence-based and fidelity of clinical models, documentation, and supportive supervisions.
- Will maintain a minimum of 80% overall satisfaction as measured by designated consumer satisfaction rating scales (during designated measurement periods).
- Adhere to all policies and procedures of MDHHS, CMH, PIHP, CARF, Medicaid and other regulating bodies as designated.
- Maintains strict confidentiality and advocates for the rights of individuals/families served.
- Emergency Services unit if needed and assigned by supervisor.
- Other duties as assigned.
Autism Coordinator/Care ManagerLearn More
Autism Coordinator/Care Manager
Minimum three years supervisory experience and 3-5 years working with DD/Autism population preferred.
- Provide supervision/support and program management for Adult and Child Supports Coordination, Case Management, Community Living Supports/Skill Building/Respite, plus the Child Waiver Program and the Habilitation Supports Waiver.
- Provide/assist daytime crisis services for all supervised programs.
- Monitor program performance for compliance with Agency protocols/policies, PIHP policies, MDHHS, CARF and other applicable entities.
- Liaison with community providers and stakeholders regarding service needs and programming.
- Completion of required documentation per MDHHS, PIHP and CARF.