Serenity House is a 13-bed adult, short-term, trauma-informed, crisis residential program which opened in 2018. Clients come to us through PES, law enforcement, family contact, treatment providers, or other community partners. We serve those who are currently experiencing a psychiatric crisis, those whose behavior is causing problems in their daily functioning and relationships. Clients have the ability to participate in a healing community environment, attend evidence-based therapeutic and expressive arts groups, meet with therapists, mental health case managers and a family advocate, and be assessed for medication needs. Treatment plans are individualized in order to meet the direct needs of the individual. The short-term crisis-residential stay is designed to assist clients with stabilizing the current crisis and then returning to the community. Serenity House believes in our clients and works to play a significant role in the recovery process and journey.
We are looking for an intelligent, dynamic individual to join our team. The ideal candidate understands that offering patients a professional setting where they are treated with dignity, respect and compassion isn’t just an ideal; it is the way and reason that we run our organization.
The Health and Wellness Coordinator has medication oversight responsibilities, admission screening responsibilities, care coordination and documentation responsibilities. This position is responsible for oversight of basic health care needs of clients in a 13-bed short-term mental health crisis facility. The Health and Wellness Coordinator maintains security of medications, provides health education as needed, acts as a resource in navigating the health care system and assists clients in learning to coordinate their own health care.