Provides case management services for young children, birth to 7, who qualify for targeted case management services because of delays in development or risk factors associated with developmental disabilities or mental illness and whose families demonstrate a need for active case management services. Provides case management services in the home or other natural environment and coordinates services and resources needed by the families to support their development and enable them to remain and function optimally in the community.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work or human services related field, with at least one year of experience in a setting working with children with needs in the areas of behavioral health, substance use, or developmental disabilities required. Experience in behavioral health/human services with young children (ages zero to five) preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of case management/social work practices and resources available to help consumers in the community. Excellent communication skills required. Ability to work collaboratively with parents to build effective parenting strategies. Experience with Family Assessment and Planning Teams (FAPT) is preferred. Valid Virginia driver's license and safe driving record required.