We operate as a residential facility that serves up to 120 women (with the capacity for up to 20 children under the age of 5) seeking recovery from substance use disorders. We offer gender responsive, trauma informed, person- centered and evidence based interventions. For clients with co-occuring mental illness, we provide integrated substance use and mental health services which treat both conditions as primary.
The primary responsibilities of the Child and Family Mental Health Clinician include providing direct participant care in a manner that exemplifies HealthRIGHT 360’s philosophy, goals, policies, mission and vision. The Child and Family Mental Health Clinician is responsible for providing assessment, direct clinical intervention, and supportive services to children, caregivers, and families presenting with various emotional and behavioral problems related to a participant’s addiction and potential co-occurring disorder. S/he acts as a liaison between the agency and outside organizations, linking participants with the appropriate resources to meet their health, mental health, and human service needs. S/he provides trauma-informed, developmentally appropriate services that promote resiliency and the ability function in the community and crisis intervention services as required. They will demonstrate the ability to obtain and interpret information in terms of the participant’s needs, document knowledge of client’s growth and progress, and demonstrate an understanding of the range of treatment needed by participants served. Must enjoy working as a member of a diverse team in a cooperative effort and be able to exercise creative and independent judgment to solve problems. May also be assigned to assist in signing off on treatment plans of other staff.