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Case Manager 2

Michigan, Grand rapids, 49501 Grand rapids USA

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Looking for a LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC or LPC to join our Addiction - Detox/Residential team. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Experience running groups Completes all aftercare and discharge planning with patients, sets appointments, communicates with family/support regarding discharge plan. Complete authorizations related to the aftercare plan. Collaborate with other treatment team members Demonstrates ability to engage individuals regardless of recovery stage. Establishes therapeutic relationship with assigned patients/clients including engaging, deescalating, screening, and managing crises. Serves as a liaison between community resources, family, patient/client, and hospital- or clinic-based providers of care . What Will You Do? As a Case Manager 2 at Pine Rest, you’ll be part of tight-knit team that believes in the healing power of your expertise and compassion. Case Manager Level 2 assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of clients and directs care to these clients via the development of the treatment approach including specific discipline interventions. They will ensure that appropriate level of care is determined. Our Case Manager 2 are driven to make an impact in the lives of those we serve and are motivated by the healing they witness first-hand each day. They are dedicated to excellent customer service, enthusiastic about the care we offer, and foster a sense of belonging and empowerment in a diverse workplace. Who Are We: We at Pine Rest believe in the power of healing and that everyone in our community has the right to expert care for mental health and substance use disorders. We are much more than just the third largest non-profit behavioral health system in the country, our 220-acre main campus, and our network of clinical sites across Michigan. We are a tight-knit community of healers who witness the impact of our life-changing work each day. Each day, we are closing the gaps in access to care. We are innovating through leading-edge research, testing, programs, and treatment modalities that others replicate across the country. Our services include a state-of-the-art psychiatric urgent care center and a soon-to-be-built pediatric behavioral health center, outpatient, inpatient, partial hospitalization (day programs), assessment and testing, residential, addiction treatment and specialty services such as crisis response, employee assistance programs, forensic psychiatry and psychology, and neuromodulation. Our on-the-job educational programs for nurses, psychologists, advanced practice providers, psychiatrists and chaplains are equipping the next generation of care providers. We are passionate about serving and are honored to be a part of this incredible work. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Assesses and prioritizes client treatment needs including discharge needs. Implements plan of care and collaborates with the clinical team to assure a uniform plan of care. Provides individual, group, and family therapy or interventions; psychosocial assessment, including assessment of co-occurring disorders Provides input to the interdisciplinary treatment plan, functioning as a team member. Establishes therapeutic relationship with assigned clients including engaging, deescalating, screening, and managing crises. Serves as a liaison between community resources, family, client, and clinic-based providers of care. Responsible to monitor for and report to the manager, attending physician, or appropriate team leader any potential risk to client safety that could lead to an adverse outcome. Responsible to document and report all necessary information according to established policies and procedures. Utilizes processes to conserve financial resources. What Does This Role Require? Education/Experience: Master’s degree required in social work, psychology or counseling. For Substance Abuse programs: A Masters degree required in behavioral health sciences and two years post graduate work in substance use disorder treatment. Additional experience of two years post graduate mental health work preferred. Must hold current licensure in the field of social work, psychology, or counseling. Ability to obtain their CAADC if required for role. One year mental health experience, to be able to independently assess patient’s needs and to implement and evaluate effective plans of care, and acquire and effectively utilize knowledge of policies and procedures. Benefits: Medical, dental, vision life insurance plans 403(b) retirement match contribution by Pine Rest Generous PTO for full and part time employees Tuition assistance loan forgiveness Employee Assistance Program offering many free and discounted services for therapy, legal, accounting, gym membership, etc. Partnership with Davenport University provides generous discount on tuition for employees and family members. Notice: Pine Rest provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws. All new employees are subject to a criminal background check and education verification which may include sending a copy of your high school diploma, GED, or college transcripts. Successful completion of a drug screen prior to employment is also part of our background process.

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