Crisis Intervention Specialist-Mobile Crisis Hotline
Posted on Nov 16, 2018 by FrontLine Service
Under general supervision and working as part of the Mobile Crisis Team (MCT), provides crisis assessment and crisis intervention services to adults who present a need of mental health services at the St. Vincent Psychiatric Emergency Department. These services include providing individuals with information about community resources, assistance in referrals to community providers, suicide prevention and planning for safety 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. Makes treatment recommendations, and develops, completes and monitors individualized service plans (ISPs). Completes and maintains service documentation according to agency and regulatory standards.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, sociology or related field, or a minimum of four years professionally supervised work in the delivery of mental health, chemical dependency and/or social services. LSW, LISW, LPC or LPCC required.
Schedule: 4, 10 hour shifts per week. Varied days.
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
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.