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Case Manager

Do you want to make a positive difference in the lives of people that are challenged with mental illness and substance use disorders? Do you want to join a high-performing team of dedicated professionals who work effectively together, have fun, and share the joy of truly making the word a better place?

Thrive is one of only three nationally Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs) in Rhode Island. CCBHCs were created through the "Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Act" as an initiative to expand access to behavioral healthcare in America.

Through the dedication and commitment of our staff, Thrive's clients receive the highest quality of care available, incorporating proven, effective treatment for substance use and mental health disorders.

The ideal candidate will be results-driven, team-and detail-oriented professional who is comfortable working on multiple tasks in a deadline-oriented environment.

Responsibilities:

GENERAL SUMMARY: Provide coordination of and linkage to services, advocacy, and direct service as needed to an individual and/or family for the purpose of assisting persons with their overall life management.

  1. Work in conjunction with the clinical team to design, implement, and monitor progress of behavioral management programs with children and families in community-based programs.
  2. Provide education to children and families regarding topics including but not limited to behavior management, child development, mental illness, and positive parenting.
  3. Assist clients with income maintenance.
  4. Act as liaison and advocate with schools, DCYF, and external agencies while ensuring cooperation, coordination, and information sharing.
  5. Provide crisis intervention as needed and appropriate.
  6. Coordinate referrals and linkages to community resources.
  7. Coordinate services within the Organization as needed and complete all necessary follow up.
  8. Provide education, training and modeling in basic daily living skills, social and parenting skills.
  9. Teach clients effective techniques for managing their medication as prescribed.
  10. Assist clients in developing and strengthening their support network to accomplish goals and objectives.
  11. Monitor signs and symptoms of psychiatric functioning; monitor medication regimen; assist in community networking and education.
  12. Collaborate with other providers, agencies and individuals in the client network of care.
  13. Maintain a working knowledge of community resources and current trends in social services.
  14. Ensure clients have appropriate medical coverage at all time.
  15.  Accompany client to community appointments, provide advocacy as needed.
  16. Complete all Organization and client documentation in accordance with Organization standards and state and federal regulations.
  17. Review e-mail account daily for new messages.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Services or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience required. 
  • One-year (1) of experience in Human Service field working with children and their families. 
  • Valid driver's license required or ability to obtain necessary transportation in order to perform the responsibilities/tasks of the job. 

Benefits:

Thrive Behavioral Health provides a friendly/family working environment, whose values include Dignity, Respect, Teamwork and Professional Support and Development. Thrive offers generous benefits after 30 days, PTO, paid holidays, your birthday off, and a 401k plan.

www.thrivebhri.org

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Posted
10/02/2021
Salary Range
$34,000.00 - 59,000.00
per Year
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Location
East Greenwich, RI 02818, US