Provides clinical, case management and consultation services for individuals with mental illnesses, substance use disorders and/or developmental disabilities and their families/care providers. Also provides supportive counseling, individual and family therapy, crisis intervention, assessment, ISP development, psycho-education, and referrals to consumers and their families/care providers. Develops and maintains working relationships with: individuals served, families and/or care givers, other NRVCS programs, and other community agencies and resources as needed to assure quality services. Works as part of the KPACT treatment team to assure services and resources are coordinated among providers as needed to help individuals served live and function optimally in the community. Provides clinical supervision to direct care staff of behavioral specialist and clinicians. Serves 24-7 on call for one week at a time approximately once every 6 weeks.
Education and/or experience in a related field that demonstrates the ability to perform the assigned tasks. Master’s degree in human services related field and at least one year’s clinical experience working with individuals with serious mental illnesses, substance use disorders, and/or developmental disability is required. QSAP eligibility or status is helpful.
Must be registered as a LMHP or LHMP-E, or meet the qualifications as QMHP or QMHP trainee as set forth by the board of counseling.