Care Coordinator - Behavioral Health Community Partners

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The Brien Center
P.O. Box 4219
Pittsfield, MA 01202
Phone:413-499-0412
Fax:413-448-2198
Website: Click Here

Company Description:
The Brien Center is Berkshire County’s largest provider of behavioral health and addiction services. We employ over 450 dedicated, compassionate people who work at 26 locations county-wide, in roles including residential and nursing staff, case managers, therapeutic mentors and psychotherapists. Our impact is experienced and appreciated by over 10,000 individuals – including 4,000 children – whose lives are saved, whose illnesses are successfully treated, and who continue on as successful members of our community. We are proud of our comprehensive programs and services for highly-complex problems, and continue to hear from clients, years later, that their lives and families remain intact because of our care.
Care Coordinator - Behavioral Health Community Partners
Pittsfield
Full Time
Human Services

Full-Time Available! Part-Time Available! 

Weekdays - no nights, no weekends or holidays!

All Care Coordinator positions starting at $19.54/Hour!!!!!!

This position does travel, countywide.

General Description

The Care Coordinator under the direction of the Program Director, Assistant Program Director, Clinical Care Manager and/or Nurse Care Manager will provide outreach, engagement, assessment, and person centered treatment planning for individuals engaged and enrolled in the Brien Center’s Behavioral Health community Partner (BHCP) Program. The Care Coordinator provides specialized care coordination and care management services to Enrollees. The Care Coordinator engages one on one with the Enrollee to integrate and coordinate care, support care transitions and support delivery of treatment for Enrollees with Serious Mental Illness, C-occurring disorders, and Substance Use Disorders in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Team and BHCP staff.


Qualifications

  • Associates or Bachelors Degree or 4 years of experience in human service experience or other healthcare or behavioral healthcare-related field.
  • Experience in community-based behavioral health support programs, and accessing local resources, navigating health, behavioral health and/or substance use treatment systems preferred.
  • Ability to perceive people in the context of the Stages of Change Model of behavior change.
  • Knowledge of Substance Use Disorder treatment paths including medication assisted treatment options, community resources, and knowledge of 12 Step recovery model.
  • Willingness to perceive substance use treatment and recovery through the lens of chronic disease management and holistic care.
  • Able to pass a Criminal Offender Record Information Check and RMV check
  • Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation and appropriately insured vehicle required


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