Care Coordinator III - Asian American Recovery Services-Adult Outpatient

Job Overview

Do you have experience working with co-occurring disorders, are you familiar with motivational interviewing and  passionate about working with diverse  populations? Do you want to work for an organization that is making a difference in counties across California? Do you have a desire to help adults reduce the impact of substance use in their lives while helping them make positive and lasting changes? If so, HealthRIGHT 360 is currently looking to fill a Care Coordinator III position opening at our Asian American Recovery Services-Adult Outpatient program in San Francisco, CA. The ideal candidate has experience working with substance use and mental health issues, diverse populations and the criminal justice system and and understanding of facilitating groups. In this position you will gain experience working with evidence based practices, further develop clinical skills and documentation and gain knowledge of electronic health record system.  Sound interesting? Below you will find a more detailed description of some of the duties and requirements for this position.

 

AARS Project ADAPT is an outpatient treatment program that provides integrated substance use and mental health services to adults who reside in San Francisco .  We believe that behavioral health is a fundamental part of overall wellness for all families and communities. As a community, we can learn to recognize and address both mental health and alcohol and other drug problems. Our counseling approach is strength-based, valuing and accepting people for who they are, who they have become and who they can be. Together we can grow stronger and work towards healing.  Our goals are to provide a safe and respectful counseling space for people from all walks of life and to reduce and eliminate substance misuse and mental health conditions that lead to healthy, meaningful lives. 

 

Key Responsibilities

Individual Treatment Responsibilities:

  • Conducts comprehensive client needs assessment and diagnosis, monitors and facilitates client progress.
  • Facilitates individual counseling sessions with each caseload client.
  • Carries a client caseload and provides mental health and substance abuse treatment and meets productivity goals.
  • Assists clients in developing individualized service plans with specific goals, objectives, and measurable outcomes to address mental health and substance abuse issues.
  • Make referrals and provide linkages to relevant services and treatment sources.
  • Provide crisis intervention and case management services as needed.  

Treatment Setting Responsibilities:

  • Facilitates and conducts group counseling sessions.  
  • Attends weekly supervision, clinical case conferences, department, agency wide and other meetings, training and development opportunities as determined appropriate by supervisor.  
  • Serves in a multi-disciplinary team and ensures right level of care is provided to the client.  
  • Develop and implement curricula as needed to meet the changing client needs in the program.
  • Develops and enhances relationships with public and private community organizations.
  • Utilizes community resources and programs as available.  
  • Ensures appropriate safety measures, standards and mandates are implemented.  

Documentation Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and documents client progress in accurate and timely manner in the electronic data systems.
  • Assists in developing and maintaining of confidential client charts/information.  
  • Maintains quality assurance standards and performs regular audits for compliance and accuracy of data.
  • Assists in the preparation and timely submission of monthly, quarterly, year-end and any other reports.
  • Collaborates with each caseload client and other available internal and external resources to develop/maintain treatment plans, transition plans, progress notes and appropriate updates in support of the mental health and substance abuse needs of the client.
  • Properly documents all individual and group counseling sessions and completes the discharge paperwork/process and required agency assessments in timely manner.
  •  Also, maintains accurate records by data entering documentation into various electronic systems for all caseload clients in accordance with guidelines established by HealthRIGHT 360 to satisfy internal and external evaluating requirements.
  •  And, other duties as assigned.

Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Education and Experience Required:  

  • Master’s Degree in related field  
  • LCSW, MFT or ASW/MFT intern  
  • At least 2 years experience in mental health and substance abuse/treatment programs    
  • Experience running group counseling sessions
  • Knowledge of clinical documentation (treatment plans, progress notes etc.)
  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, specifically Word, Outlook and internet applications
  • First Aid Certified within 30 days of employment  
  • CPR Certified within 30 days of employment
  • Valid TB test clearance

Desired:

  • Bilingual in Chinese (preferably Mandarin and Cantonese)
  • Experience working with API and diverse communities
  • Working experience with Motivational Interviewing, DBT, CBT, Stages of Change and Seeking Safety
  • Knowledge of co-occurring disorders and trauma informed treatment
  • Experience working with criminal justice population  

Background Clearance  Required:

  • Must not be on active parole or probation
Compensation: TBD
Type: Salary/ Exempt
Status: Full Time
Benefits: HealthRIGHT 360 offers a comprehensive benefit package
City: San Francisco
Hours/wk: 40

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