Conducts assessments and provides oversight of ongoing case management of active MCI cases including ensuring completion of tasks, follow up, and case assignments.
Completes assessments and treatment plans of children and adults who are in crisis in a comprehensive manner attending to their safety and needs Assists the person in crises with engagement or reengagement in needed services, utilizing community based health, behavioral health, and social services that will ameliorate the presenting crisis.
Provides brief treatment and support until requisite community services can be accessed in order to minimize reliance on acute inpatient services.
Facilitates admission to acute inpatient care on an as needed basis.
Documents all assessments and interventions in accordance with program and BayCove standards Secures as needed financial and insurance related information to facilitate billing and payment for services rendered
Works effectively with clients, family members, police, community partners, and the Emergency Services Program team in a professional, hopeful, and respectful manner to ensure the client’s safety
Provides services in a manner that is consonant with program, BayCove, and collaborative agencies’ standards, policies, and procedures.
Oversees staff, students and support/peer personnel.
Sharing of administrative on call in rotation with Program Director (24/7/365 coverage).
Performs all other duties and projects as assigned by the Program Director.
Must be able to drive to different locations.
Must have the ability to assess children and adults in their homes and apartments with stairs.
Must be able to observe the person in crisis, noting symptoms and nonverbal behaviors Licensed Master's level clinician.
Minimally 3 years experience working in a mental health setting.
Excellent writing and oral communication skills.
Current Driver’s License and use of reliable personal vehicle for work related travel
Driving License Required
Internal Number: 7083
About Bay Cove Human Services
Bay Cove Human Services is a non-profit agency committed to improving the lives of individuals and their families who face the challenges of developmental disabilities, aging, mental illness, and drug and alcohol addiction. The dedicated board and staff accomplish this mission by providing effective and compassionate services and through advocacy and leadership. Bay Cove serves more than 20,000 people each year at 160 program locations throughout Boston and Southeastern Massachusetts.