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Responsible for providing direct support to participants of SCL and/or MPW in the ADT setting and/or community.
Targeted Case Management
Responsible for facilitating independence and promoting integration into the community for an MPW and/or SCL recipients residing in his or her own home or in his or her family's home. Responsible for supporting and assisting the participant in reaching outcomes identified in their person-centered plan of care.
Must be at least 18 years of age to apply.
We are hiring for the following positions:
Accountable and responsible for the full care cycle of the client. Case managers assess, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate actions required to meet the client’s health and human services needed. Case managers work in many aspects of people's lives and may work with children and families, senior citizens, those with disabilities, recovering addicts, the mentally ill, immigrants, ex-offenders or the homeless. Each of these individuals and their cases will have their own specific needs and requirements.
Responsible for providing consultative services, behavior support services, and psychological services to recipients of MPW and/or SCL.
Responsible for providing and utilizing activities necessary to allow individuals with mental illnesses to live with maximum independence in the community; assure successful community living through utilization of skills training as identified in the individual service plan.
At least one year of experience working with individuals with mental health disorders needed to qualify.
Community Living Supports
Comprehensive Community Support Associates
Therapist in the Lexington area
Targeted Case Management
Comprehensive Community Support Associate
Community Living Support
Responsible for offering guidance to individuals, couples, families, and groups who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health and well-being. We encourage our therapists to approach their work holistically, using a “wellness” model (as opposed to an “illness” one) which highlights and encourages the client’s strengths and to work on improving their weaknesses. Therapists can be expected to work in multiple settings, based on the client's needs. The therapist is responsible for maintaining a good communication flow with the client and all of their support programs to help them achieve the best care possible.