LifeLong Medical Care

  • Family Clinical Case Manager

    Job Locations US-CA-Oakland
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/6/2018 2:35 PM)
    ID
    2018-1909
  • Overview

    Supporting Community Healthcare is a rewarding role. LifeLong Medical Care is looking for a Family Clinical Case Manager for our East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP).  The Family Clinical Case Manager will provide a range of services including psychological assessment, care coordination, and clinical services including individual and group based interventions to residents, families and significant others.  Services are provided as part of the residential SUD treatment program for women and children, Project Pride. Professional conduct and professional code of ethics is required to ensure clients confidentiality. This position reports to the Licensed Counselor/Child and Family Services Coordinator.

     

    LifeLong Medical Care is a large, multi-site, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a rich history of providing innovative healthcare and social services to a wonderfully diverse patient community. Our patient-centered health home is a dynamic place to work, practice, and grow. We have 16 primary care health centers and deliver integrated services including psychosocial, referrals, chronic disease management, dental, health education, home visits, and much, much more.

     

    LifeLong is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

     

    Benefits

    We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits including: medical, dental, vision (including dependent and domestic partner coverage), generous leave benefits including nine paid holidays, Flexible Spending Accounts, 403(b) retirement savings plan.

    Responsibilities

    • Completes service plans using a strengths perspective, to affect change in the social functioning of the residents, families and significant others through counseling, authorization and coordination of services, and through education with program participants to identify and pursue goals
    • Provides expanded and/or enhanced services to residents, their children, significant others, and family members
    • Provides screening and assessment for co-occurring disorders to significant others and family members
    • Provide short-term individual counseling for significant others and family members
    • Provides screening for FASD to residents, significant others, and family members
    • Administers brief tobacco screening and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) for significant others and family members
    • Provide case management and benefits linkages to children, significant others and family members
    • Referrals to men’s groups for significant others and family members
    • Provide workforce development assistance and referrals for significant others and family members
    • Provides couples and family counseling
    • Provides services for children not in residence at the program
    • Timely and complete documentation
    • Familiarity with local community resources and referrals.
    • Participate in case conferences, and consultations.
    • Participate in milieu (e.g. room searches/checks, passes, debriefing).
    • Attend meetings as required, including mandatory trainings.
    • TB test and health screen required
    • CPR/First Aid certificate required
    • Must maintain license, certification, or registration
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    • Master’s degree in related field, or within 6 months of receiving Master’s degree
    • Minimum of 6 months of related experience which may include internship and/or practicum
    • Experience in providing substance use treatment preferred
    • Capability to carry out clinical services related to mental health and substance use treatment, support functions, education, and crisis intervention, including family counseling
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.
    • Sensitivity to HIV/AIDS, substance use, gender, cultural, and mental health issues.
    • Knowledgeable about community resources.
    • Demonstrate professional and positive relationships with clients and staff
    • Solution oriented
    • Sound clinical skills, excellent judgement and decision making abilities
    • Ability to run a variety of psychoeducational groups
    • Excellent reading, writing and verbal skills.
    • Proficient computer skills.
    • Ability and willingness to establish effective working relationships with individuals of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientation.
    • Participate in providing a safe and welcoming environment for clients, staff, and visitors
    • Ability to do multiple tasks.

     

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