Seeking a “people person” with impeccable organizational skills!
Community Alliance, a pioneer in community mental health care in Nebraska for more than three decades, is expanding its integrated primary and behavioral health care clinic and is seeking a Care Coordinator interested in serving clients as a member of a multi-disciplinary team. Join a cutting-edge, team-based model of care for individuals with serious mental illness being piloted and researched in partnership with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. Ideal candidates will have passion for working with vulnerable populations and comfort in collaborating with other professionals (e.g. physicians, mental health therapists, peers, case managers) to empower clients to achieve self-defined goals.
Serve as a consistent point of contact for clients accessing services through Community Alliance’s integrated care clinic. Ensure that all clients feel welcomed and engaged with their treatment plans. Assist clients in navigating through the continuum of services available both within Community Alliance and across the community. Work as a member of a multi-disciplinary care team to help clients progress through integrated treatment plans that comprehensively address biopsychosocial needs. This is a full-time position with competitive compensation and benefits.
- Provide on-going outreach and support to individuals served by Community Alliance
- Contribute to the development of integrated treatment plans, with a focus on supporting social determinants of health
- Ensure clients are able to access services that align with goals identified in their treatment plans
- Assist clients in enrolling in benefits programs like Medicaid, SNAP, etc.
- Facilitate client referrals as appropriate to services/programs within the organization and across the community
- Proactively collaborate and communicate with members of a multi-disciplinary care team (e.g. information sharing; planned and spontaneous case consultations; collaborative care visits)
- Actively participate in data gathering, quality improvement, and outcomes measurements at both the client and program levels
- Bachelor’s degree in social work, rehabilitation, education or a related field required
- Knowledge, training, and/or experience in effectively working with individuals with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders, and co-morbid physical conditions required
- Knowledge of public and community-based benefits programs and benefits enrollment processes preferred
- Affinity for working collaboratively as a member of a multi-disciplinary team
- Excellent written/verbal communication and critical thinking skills
- Ability to connect, communicate, and effectively work with people from diverse cultural, ethnic, socio-economic, educational, and professional backgrounds
- Access to reliable transportation, possession of valid Nebraska driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and good driving record
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