The Mental Health Worker is responsible for providing case management services. Services include assistance with education, advocacy and providing linkages to social services such as screening for eligibility, benefits and counseling around specific needs.
- Performs case management, including bringing together administrative, clinical and evaluative activities, treatment services, community agencies and other resources needed to assist clients to meet the goals of their treatment plan. Supports and advocates for clients in multi-disciplinary meetings, and periodically reassess and evaluates what has been accomplished.
- Maintains appropriate professional client care documentation including case management and individual notes in compliance with all city, state and federal standards of practice. Provides educational counseling and advocacy.
- Conducts home, school and other visits as needed.
- Meet performance expectations/metrics, as defined for the position within the assigned program.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or Counseling.
- 2 years’ experience in related field.
- Bilingual in one or more of the following: Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Bengali and others, may be required depending on client needs.
- Good interpersonal skills, ability to work with diverse social, economic, and cultural groups.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
- Ability to plan and carry out assignments independently.
- Ability to prioritize, adhere to timelines and multi-task.
- 3 years of experience providing related services to children and families.
- Proficiency in Anasazi, Promis or Connections.