Would you like to help clients gain access to the treatment they need and make a difference in the lives of many? Are you passionate about working within a trauma-informed model of care? Do you have knowledge of Drug-Medical or ASAM Criteria? Do you have a solid understanding of diagnostic criteria for ICD-10/DSM-5 classification of mental disorder, Substance Use Disorders and experience working with individuals? If so, HealthRIGHT 360 is currently looking to fill an Mental Health Intake Assessor/Therapist position within our Behavioral Health programs in San Francisco, CA.
In this “split” position you will gain experience working in a collaborative environment to connect client to the level of treatment they need as a Mental Health Intake Assessor, as well as managing a small caseload of individual clients or an opportunity to facilitate group treatment as a Therapist in one of our outpatient programs. Currently, this position also offers an opportunity for Telecommuting 2-3x times per week.
Many of our clients have backgrounds in the criminal justice system, are chronically homeless and/or otherwise economically disenfranchised. The ideal candidate has experience working with this population, including assessing, diagnosing and treating such clients with co-occurring disorders. The ideal candidate will also show flexibility in being able to meet the changing needs of our programs and can tolerate working in a fast-paced, variable working environment. Additionally, the ideal candidate will be able to successfully communicate within an interdisciplinary team environment and provide consultation to other clinicians and staff. Someone with experience assessing risk for harm to self and others, an interest in gaining experience working within a county jail setting or hospital performing level of care assessments (average 1 day/week), and a sense of humor will be a welcomed addition to the team.
Sound interesting? Below you will find a more detailed description of some of the duties and requirements for this position.