ACCS Licensed Clinical Staff-North County
Posted on Jan 16, 2019 by The Bridge of Central Mass
Job ID 2
# of Openings 12
Job Location US-MA-Gardner
Adult Community Clinical Services(ACCS) are comprehensive clinically focused services provided by a multi-disciplinary team that provides services to adults with mental health needs. The Bridge is currently seeking qualified candidates in the areas listed below:
12 Licensed Clinical Staff
- Complete, in collaboration with the training department, all Screening and Enrollment of Persons served referred to ACCS in compliance with DMH.
- Identify engagment strategies, considering the person's situation and preferences, which can be utilized by the team.
- Screen, assess and reassess Person for risk and protective factors using agency risk assessment protocols and tools.
- Oversee the development and implementation of Safety Plans and Crisis Prevention and Response Plans and develop appropriate critical need interventions and transition plans.
- Build relationships with Persons and develop shared understanding of Persons' goals and the steps necessary to achieve the goals.
- Ensure timely completion, with Persons served and other members of the Integrated Team, the Comprehensive Assessment and other clinical assessments as needed.
- Participate in the development and implementation of Treatment Plans and Treatment Plan reviews.
- Provide direct intervention with the Person served in line with the Person's Treatment Plan.
- Develop and facilitate clinical and support groups based on the needs and preferences of Persons served.
- Cultivate mutually respectful partnerships, set appropriate limits, and maintain a helping role with people served and family members.
- Demonstrate respect for all Persons regardless of ability status, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or ethnicity.
- Monitor person's needs and progress; design and deliver rehabilitative interventions to assist person in building and using skills.
- Provide clinical consultation to programs, staff teams, and Persons served on an ongoing basis; respond to serious events as needed.
- Provide modeling, supervision, and training to direct care staff, especially related to evidence-based interventions.
- Develop, coordinate, and deliver trainings in conjunction with the Integrated Team members, as needed to address the clinical learning needs of staff (e.g. orientation, crisis intervention, developing a clinical perspective, etc.).
- Collaborate with applicable CAre Coordination Entities, Emergency Service Providers, outpatient clinics and other providers/entities to share information and ensure that the needs of the person are fully met.
- Develop productive affiliations and partnerships with other community-based providers to enhance the agency's service delivery network.
- Provide support and assistance to persons through Care Transitions and other life changes, making such changes as seamless as possible.
- Assist Program Leaders to identify and evaluate referred Persons' risk behaviors and develop appropriate transition plans and interventions.
- Coordinate risk management data; assist in the development and implementation of corrective action plans in conjunction with other members of the Integrated Team.
- Support and monitor the implementation of identified clinical approaches and evidence based practices ascribed to by the agency.
- Participate in On-Call rotation and critical incident review process.
- Obtain and maintain MAP certification
- Attend, participate in, or facilitate meetings, trainings, and supervision as assigned.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Master's Degree in social services field. Must be a Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts(LICSW, LCSW, LMHC, LRC, LADC I, Physician, RN, OTR/L, or pyschologist)as well as two years of professional experience working. Valid driver's license required.