Assess mental and emotional functioning of residents and administers services for necessary treatment. Provide direct treatment services and issues referrals. Assess and evaluate existing, new and prospective clients/families. Develop individual living plans (ILPs) for families including all adults and children in the family composition and provides therapeutic support. Conduct and participate in clinical case conference with clients in collaboration with internal staff and external providers for compliance with individual living plan goals and to address unmet needs. Responsible for crisis intervention; coordinates mental health referrals; evaluates mental health status for residents on admission by completing comprehensive evaluation (CFEs); and coordinate mental health/psychiatric care referral. Participate in weekly individual and group supervisions. Attend training and consortium meeting. Monitor client compliance. This position will have regular and substantial contact with children. Master’s Degree in Social Work required. Minimum three (3) years’ experience in social services; clinical experience to include the ability to make psychosocial assessments and develop and implement individual living plans. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Must be computer-literate and have knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
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