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FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 05, 2017
Full time
We are looking for a dedicated, enthusiastic and advocacy driven individual to fill the role of Trauma Therapist in the Partnering for Family Success program. This is a nationally recognized program that will allow you to serve individuals and families by providing a diverse range of case management and therapeutic interventions. This role will provide a range of prevention, assessment, and trauma specific intervention services with individuals who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events. Intervention models include Critical Time Intervention, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Adapted Family Connections, Motivational Interviewing and others. Services are provided in accordance with the fidelity of the evidence-based model. This program works closely with other agency partners so the ability to work within in a team setting is a must. This position completes diagnostic assessments, treatment plans and progress notes that are sensitive and responsive to client cultural and ethnic backgrounds, functioning and needs, as well as environmental and situational factors by collecting and evaluating client information. Qualifications: Must have a Master's degree and a LSW or LPC license Excellent Benefits! FrontLine Service offers a positive, collaborative, innovative, resilient and trauma informed work environment in addition to competitive pay and comprehensive benefits package listed below: Medical, dental and vision for family which includes domestic partner Flexible spending account Long and short-term disability 403 (b) retirement plan with an agency match Generous paid time off including vacation, sick, personal and holiday time In-House trainings which include CEU s Mileage reimbursement Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Tuition Reimbursement Flexible work schedule FrontLine Service, formerly Mental Health Services, is a NorthCoast 99 Best Places to Work award winner! FrontLine Service helps over 20,000 individuals and families each year struggling with homelessness, crisis, and trauma. Founded in 1988, they serves as Cuyahoga County's provider of choice for homeless and trauma services from emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing to Children Who Witness Violence, suicide prevention services, Mobile Crisis, and the Violent Loss Response Team. Through innovative and creative approaches, FrontLine Service reaches out to those who are the most in need in our community. We take great pride from the success from being champions of evidenced based practices within the behavioral health field.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 05, 2017
Full time
Under the general supervision of the Program Manager in their assigned department, the Behavioral Health Therapist will work as a practitioner, providing a range of prevention, assessment, and intervention services. The Behavioral Health Therapist will also provide individualized and group psychotherapy services to address a wide array of issues, including mental health, substance use, and trauma. Must be able to complete and maintain service documentation according to agency and regulatory standards. Conducts diagnostic evaluations that are sensitive and responsive to client cultural and ethnic backgrounds, functioning and needs, as well as environmental and situational factors by collecting and evaluating client information. Uses clinical judgment to diagnose, treat clients and make decisions within the range of program services, especially those requiring behavioral health and trauma treatment Provides individual/family and group psychotherapy services, when appropriate, with developmentally appropriate therapeutic interventions; assesses environmental and situational factors that affect functioning. Competently selects and conducts professional interventions based on client/family choice, client/family characteristics and needs, diagnoses and on familial, cultural and environment factors, taking into account resources and the safety of the person's/family's environment Develops and monitors person-centered individual and family service plans by establishing treatment goals and determining treatment methodologies. Provide CPST services that address the individualized mental health needs of the client that maximize their ability to succeed in the community. This service may be face to face, by telephone and may involve transportation. Monitors progress toward treatment goals and effectiveness of interventions by evaluating and adjusting services. Works as part of as multidisciplinary team. Provides consultation and coordination surrounding client treatment progress and care Acts as an advocate for program participants with courts, treatment centers, and other services as appropriate in order to make referrals and conduct follow ups. Promotes prompt delivery of ongoing services by collaborating with healthcare providers in service planning Develops and implements services according to Evidence Based Practices and adheres to fidelity of the model Ensures client records are in compliance with all applicable standards, rules, and regulations Ensures compliance with productivity standards and documentation/record keeping for agency and the project, funding and accreditation requirements Maintains and reports accurate and timely documentation REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Education, Training and/or Experience Bachelor's Degree with specialization in social, behavioral or human services At least 1 year related experience Must have strong intervention ability and be able to work as part of multi-disciplinary team. Must have knowledge and experience working with dually diagnosed clients. Certifications, Licenses, Registrations LSW, LPC Valid Ohio driver's license with less than six points and proof of automobile insurance, adhering to the minimum requirements of Ohio's Financial Responsibility Act. CPR certification plus First Aid and non-violent physical crisis intervention training (within 60 days of hire).
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 05, 2017
Full time
Under general supervision and working as part of the Children Who Witness Violence Team (CWWV), provides assessment and crisis and acute trauma intervention services to children and their families who have witnessed violence. Assists families in planning for safety and in understanding the potential impact of the incident on children. Assess for needs as it relates to the traumatic event and links families to appropriate resources. Completes and maintains service documentation according to agency and regulatory standards. Qualifications: Must possess asocial work or counseling license. (LSW or PC license) As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have much to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on-site training Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency, flexible work schedule Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability Promotional opportunities & career growth, invest in yourself and the community Generous paid time off including vacation, sick, personal and holiday time In-House trainings which include CEU's Mileage reimbursement Tuition Reimbursement Company Overview: FrontLine Service, formerly Mental Health Services, is a NorthCoast 99 Best Places to Work award winner! FrontLine Service helps over 20,000 individuals and families each year struggling with homelessness, crisis, and trauma. Founded in 1988, they serves as Cuyahoga County's provider of choice for homeless and trauma services - from emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing to Children Who Witness Violence, suicide prevention services, Mobile Crisis, and the Violent Loss Response Team.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 05, 2017
Full time
Housing Case Managers We are looking for enthusiastic, passionate candidates for our Housing First program, a cutting edge treatment model incorporating practices of harm reduction and trauma informed care in order to offer assistance to people as they find their way on the journey from homelessness through the recovery process. Through innovative and creative approaches, our agency reaches out to those who are the most in need in our community. We take great pride from the success from being champions of evidenced based practices within the behavioral health field. As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have many benefits to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Coaching and Mentoring by experienced managers Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on training with CEUs available Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks paid vacation and personal and sick time Paid mileage Reporting to the program manager and as a part of the Housing Department and multidisciplinary team, you will be providing Medicaid reimbursed services as well as innovative, less restrictive and more creative grant based services in one of 9, soon to be 10, groundbreaking permanent supportive housing sites and in the community throughout the Cleveland area. As a Case Manager, you will be: Responsible for assisting a caseload of individuals through maintaining permanent housing and providing practical support with their management and recovery from mental illness, substance use and trauma disorders. Providing intensive, outcome driven services, highlighting client strengths and day to day successes. Using the latest and most innovative evidenced based practices in your service delivery such as motivational interviewing and harm reduction practices. To be qualified for this position, you must have a bachelor's degree and a passion to be part of a groundbreaking program working to end homelessness in Cuyahoga County while making an impact in the lives of individuals who are most in need. Social, behavioral, human services or other related field preferred.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 05, 2017
Full time
Employment Specialists Looking to change the roadmap or your career and make an impact? Be a part of our team! We are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated candidates for our Supportive Employment program, a cutting edge treatment model helping people find their way back to work. Through innovative and creative approaches, our agency reaches out to those who are the most in need in our community. We take great pride from the success from being champions of evidenced based practices within the behavioral health field. As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have a lot to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Coaching and Mentoring by experienced managers Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on site training with CEUs available Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks paid vacation and personal and sick time Paid mileage Reporting to the program coordinator and as a part of the Housing Department and multidisciplinary team, you will be providing services in homes and in the community throughout the Cleveland area. As an employment specialist, you will be: Responsible for assisting a caseload of individuals through recovery from mental illness, substance use and trauma disorders through employment Networking with employment contacts and business owners and managers in the community Providing intensive, outcome driven services Using evidenced based practices in your service delivery To be qualified for this position, you must have a bachelor's degree and the desire to contribute to making a change in the lives of others.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 04, 2017
Full time
Under general supervision of the Defending Childhood Program Manager, but working independently, the Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-BCT) Counselor will provide a range of prevention, assessment, and intervention services with individuals who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events. Must be able to complete and maintain service documentation according to agency and regulatory standards. Qualifications: Must have a Masters with a LPCC or LISW license As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have much to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on-site training Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency, flexible work schedule Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability Promotional opportunities & career growth, invest in yourself and the community Generous paid time off including vacation, sick, personal and holiday time In-House trainings which include CEU's Mileage reimbursement Tuition Reimbursement Company Overview: FrontLine Service, formerly Mental Health Services, is a NorthCoast 99 Best Places to Work award winner! FrontLine Service helps over 20,000 individuals and families each year struggling with homelessness, crisis, and trauma. Founded in 1988, they serves as Cuyahoga County's provider of choice for homeless and trauma services - from emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing to Children Who Witness Violence, suicide prevention services, Mobile Crisis, and the Violent Loss Response Team.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 04, 2017
Full time
The Rapid Re-Housing case manager provides case management support to families who have moved out of homeless shelters and into permanent housing with the help of a short-term rental subsidy. Case Managers complete self-sufficiency plans, recertify program eligibility, make home-visits and follow-up with participants to ensure they maintain their housing and independence. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with specialization in social, behavioral or human services, Must have a valid Ohio Drivers license Hours of work are first shift Monday-Friday Excellent Benefits! FrontLine Service offers a positive, collaborative, innovative work environment in addition to competitive pay and comprehensive benefits package listed below: Medical, dental and vision for family which includes domestic partner Flexible spending account Long and short-term disability 403 (b) retirement plan with an agency match Generous paid time off including vacation, sick, personal and holiday time In-House trainings which include CEU's Mileage reimbursement Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Tuition Reimbursement Flexible work schedule Company Overview:FrontLine Service, formerly Mental Health Services, is a NorthCoast 99 Best Places to Work award winner! FrontLine Service helps over 20,000 individuals and families each year struggling with homelessness, crisis, and trauma. Founded in 1988, they serves as Cuyahoga County's provider of choice for homeless and trauma services - from emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing to Children Who Witness Violence, suicide prevention services, Mobile Crisis, and the Violent Loss Response Team.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 03, 2017
Full time
Under the direction of the Family and Youth Services Program Manager, The Family Housing Management Project is an intensive service model which provides a rental subsidy and case management services for the family, with the focus on building the skills to maintain housing. Provides services for families in accordance with the Evidenced Based Practices, Motivational Interviewing, Critical Time Intervention, and Trauma Informed Care. The families will receive intensive services, several times per week. Conducts community and in-home outreach by establishing and maintaining professional and therapeutic relationships with clients. Establish and maintains a working relationship with participants to ensure access to services by providing a safe, non-threatening and supportive environment and utilizing creative and effective engagement techniques. Ensures the engagement of clients by providing services in a trauma sensitive manner. Qualifications: A bachelor's degree in social work, human services, psychology or a related field with experience in a related setting. Must have a valid, Ohio drivers license. As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have much to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on-site training Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency, flexible work schedule Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability Promotional opportunities & career growth, invest in yourself and the community Generous paid time off including vacation, sick, personal and holiday time In-House trainings which include CEU's Mileage reimbursement Tuition Reimbursement Company Overview: FrontLine Service, formerly Mental Health Services, is a NorthCoast 99 Best Places to Work award winner! FrontLine Service helps over 20,000 individuals and families each year struggling with homelessness, crisis, and trauma. Founded in 1988, they serves as Cuyahoga County's provider of choice for homeless and trauma services - from emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing to Children Who Witness Violence, suicide prevention services, Mobile Crisis, and the Violent Loss Response Team.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 03, 2017
Full time
Summary: Provides administrative support to the clinic contributing to the efficient operation and prompt service of clients. Performs patient check in, registration and check out function at the front desk Verifying insurance benefits and access Medicaid/Medifax database to determine whether clients have active Medicaid if presents without proof insurance. Assist patient with submitting benefit application or making necessary referral to apply for benefits if Medicaid has lapsed. Patient scheduling in EMR. Monitor the schedule daily for missed appointments and send appropriate communications to staff. Verifying patient demographics in EMR and updating as new information becomes available. Work closely with Integrated Care team when onsite to insure that both EMR's accurately reflect appointment times and services. Monitors flow of appointments in clinic and notifies clinic manager or appropriate staff if someone has been waiting too long. Monitor schedule Assists in maintaining department supplies and equipment. Ensures confidentiality of clinical information in accordance with established guidelines and procedures. Other administrative support and projects as needed Qualifications: High School diploma and a minimum of 3 years paid work experience in a medical group practice setting. EMR and insurance filing experience. As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have much to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on-site training Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency, flexible work schedule Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability Promotional opportunities & career growth, invest in yourself and the community Generous paid time off including vacation, sick, personal and holiday time In-House trainings which include CEU's Mileage reimbursement Tuition Reimbursement Company Overview: FrontLine Service, formerly Mental Health Services, is a NorthCoast 99 Best Places to Work award winner! FrontLine Service helps over 20,000 individuals and families each year struggling with homelessness, crisis, and trauma. Founded in 1988, they serves as Cuyahoga County's provider of choice for homeless and trauma services - from emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing to Children Who Witness Violence, suicide prevention services, Mobile Crisis, and the Violent Loss Response Team.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 03, 2017
Full time
Under general supervision and working as part of the Child Mobile Crisis Team (CMCT), performs crisis screening, hotline, referral/information and enrollment services to children who present in need of mental health services. Provides mobile crisis assessment and crisis intervention services to children and adults who present in a mental health crisis. Makes treatment recommendations, and develops, completes and monitors individualized service plans (ISPs). Coordinates the utilization of other County funded crisis and emergency services. Completes and maintains service documentation according to agency and regulatory standards. Conducts crisis assessments that are sensitive and responsive to client cultural and ethnic backgrounds, functioning and needs, as well as environmental and situational factors by collecting and evaluating client information. Formulates diagnoses according to DSM-IV criteria by gathering, organizing, documenting and analysing all input sources. Communicates results of assessments and makes recommendations. Conducts crisis intervention services through prompt utilization of organization and community resources including other service providers. Ensures that services are performed and documented in accordance with established policies, procedures and other pertinent protocols of the agency, the Ohio Department of Mental Health administrative rules and any other pertinent regulations. Develops and monitors individualized service plans (ISPs) by establishing treatment goals and determining treatment methodologies. Monitors the progress toward treatment goals and effectiveness of interventions by evaluating and adjusting services. Assists clients and family members in decision-making by providing information about service choices. Ensures crisis resolution and follow-up by conducting ongoing needs assessments, and recommending and coordinating services. Promotes prompt delivery of ongoing services by collaborating with healthcare providers in service planning. Qualifications: LSW or Independent LPC or LPCC, Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, sociology or related field, with a minimum of one year professionally supervised work in the delivery of mental health, chemical dependency and/or social services. Valid Ohio drivers license and less than 6 points.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 03, 2017
Full time
Housing Case Managers We are looking for enthusiastic, passionate candidates for our Housing First program, a cutting edge treatment model incorporating practices of harm reduction and trauma informed care in order to offer assistance to people as they find their way on the journey from homelessness through the recovery process. Through innovative and creative approaches, our agency reaches out to those who are the most in need in our community. We take great pride from the success from being champions of evidenced based practices within the behavioral health field. As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have many benefits to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Coaching and Mentoring by experienced managers Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on training with CEUs available Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks paid vacation and personal and sick time Paid mileage Reporting to the program manager and as a part of the Housing Department and multidisciplinary team, you will be providing Medicaid reimbursed services as well as innovative, less restrictive and more creative grant based services in one of 9, soon to be 10, groundbreaking permanent supportive housing sites and in the community throughout the Cleveland area. As a Case Manager, you will be: Responsible for assisting a caseload of individuals through maintaining permanent housing and providing practical support with their management and recovery from mental illness, substance use and trauma disorders. Providing intensive, outcome driven services, highlighting client strengths and day to day successes. Using the latest and most innovative evidenced based practices in your service delivery such as motivational interviewing and harm reduction practices. To be qualified for this position, you must have a bachelor's degree and a passion to be part of a groundbreaking program working to end homelessness in Cuyahoga County while making an impact in the lives of individuals who are most in need. Social, behavioral, human services or other related field preferred.
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 02, 2017
Full time
Under general supervision and working as part of the Mobile Crisis Team (MCT), provides screening, crisis intervention and mobile crisis assessment services to adults who present a need of mental health services. The Police Response CIS staff member will primarily work with law enforcement officers in response to police calls that potentially involve a person who is mentally ill. The CIS will be mobile and able to outreach and provide services in the community where the incident is occurring. These services include providing individuals with information about community resources, assistance in referrals to community providers, suicide prevention and planning for safety, verbal de-escalation and crisis assessments. When necessary, the CIS is able to coordinate emergency psychiatric care through either the FrontLine Service clinic or St. Vincent Charity Psychiatric Emergency Department. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, sociology or related field, with a minimum of one year professionally supervised work in the delivery of mental health, chemical dependency and/or social services. LSW, LISW, PC or PCC required.Valid Ohio driver's license with good driving record and proof of insurance
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Nov 02, 2017
Full time
The client advocate provides guidance and instruction to foster emotional, physical and mental growth of clients of Safe Haven Programs through therapeutic intervention and positive role modelling. Organizes and facilitates weekly activities for residents. Assist clients in day-to-day living activities adhering to established regulations, guidelines and standards. Participates in creating and maintaining a low demand, low expectation environment that provides support and direction to clients in a manner that is non-threatening and non-judgmental. Qualifications: Interested candidates must possess a high school diploma with a minimum of two years experience with homeless and/or mentally disabled population.Valid driver's license with less than six points, proof of insurance along with operational vehicle, required. Varied Schedule including weekends and some holidays Through innovative and creative approaches, FrontLine reaches out to those who are the most in need in our community. We take great pride in being champions of evidenced based practices within the behavioral health field. As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, for four years we have many benefits to offer: Be part of a team and agency that is in the forefront of innovative programs and practices Make a difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable members of our community Share your experience and help others to learn and grow in a small team environment Gain valuable management skills thorough coaching and mentoring by experienced managers Leadership that is dedicated to facilitating work/life balance and staff resiliency Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks paid vacation and personal and sick time
FrontLine Service Cleveland, OH, USA
Oct 31, 2017
Full time
Scattered Site Case Manager Scattered Sites is part of the Permanent Supportive Housing program at Frontline that serves clients who are independently housed in units located throughout Cuyahoga County. Scattered Site case managers collaborate with participating landlords to provide and maintain housing. We are looking for enthusiastic, passionate candidates for our Housing First program, a cutting edge treatment model incorporating practices of harm reduction and trauma informed care in order to offer assistance to people as they find their way on the journey from homelessness through the recovery process. Through innovative and creative approaches, our agency reaches out to those who are the most in need in our community. We take great pride from the success from being champions of evidenced based practices within the behavioral health field. See our website to learn more about the agency. As a winner of NorthCoast99 Best Places to Work, we have many benefits to offer: Gain valuable experience while you learn, grow and share in a small team environment. Coaching and Mentoring by experienced managers Continuously challenging positions that include extensive on training with CEUs available Work/life balance and focus on staff resiliency Exceptional benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan with employer match, disability 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks paid vacation and personal and sick time Paid mileage Reporting to the program manager and as a part of the Housing Department and multidisciplinary team, you will be providing Medicaid reimbursed services as well as innovative, less restrictive and more creative grant based services in one of 9, soon to be 10, groundbreaking permanent supportive housing sites and in the community throughout the Cleveland area. As a Case Manager, you will be: Responsible for assisting a caseload of individuals through maintaining permanent housing and providing practical support with their management and recovery from mental illness, substance use and trauma disorders. Providing intensive, outcome driven services, highlighting client strengths and day to day successes. Using the latest and most innovative evidenced based practices in your service delivery such as motivational interviewing and harm reduction practices. To be qualified for this position, you must have a bachelor's degree and a passion to be part of a groundbreaking program working to end homelessness in Cuyahoga County while making an impact in the lives of individuals who are most in need. Social, behavioral, human services or other related field preferred.