Case Manager II - Mental Health 376

Telecare Corp. Stockton , CA 95202

Posted 2 months ago

"They made it easier for me to live, breathe, eat, and stay clean. Without them, I'd be waiting somewhere, waiting for someone to give me a chance to live..." - Client from Telecare

What You Will Do to Change Lives

Under direct supervision, serves as a primary support and case manager for individuals with mental illness and other co-occurring disorders by assisting them to live as independently as possible in their chosen community.

Shifts Available:

Full Time; AM 8:30 am

  • 5:00 pm; Monday

  • Friday

What You Bring to the Table (Must Have)

  • High School Graduation or G.E.D. equivalent and two (2) years of direct services in Mental Health or community services; or Associates degree and one (1) year of experience; or Bachelor's degree in Social Services

  • Valid and current driver's license, and personal vehicle insurance with your name listed as a driver.

  • Willingness to use your personal vehicle to drive clients to appointments and groups, etc.

What's In It for You*

  • Paid Time Off: For Full Time Employee it is 16.7 days in your first year

  • Nine Paid Holidays & Shift differentials for hourly staff (6% for PM Shift, 8% for Overnight Shift)

  • Free CEUs, free Supervision for BBS Associate License, coaching, and mentorship

  • Online University Tuition Discount and Company Scholarships

  • Medical, Vision, Dental Insurance, 401K, Employee Stock Ownership Plan

  • For more information visit: https://www.telecarecorp.com/benefits

Join Our Compassionate Team

Telecare's mission is to deliver excellent and effective behavioral health services that engage individuals in recovering their health, hopes, and dreams. Telecare continues to advance cultural diversity, humility, equity, and inclusion at all levels of our organization by hiring mental health peers, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, veterans, and all belief systems.

Telecare's Connect III program is a Full Service Partnership in the Stockton area. Connect III staff will do "whatever it takes" to improve health and social outcomes for clients, including identifying linkages to ongoing mental health services and other relevant resources. Wraparound services and supports will not only include clinical interventions, such as multidisciplinary assessment and treatment planning, 24/7/365 crisis intervention, medication support, and integrated co-occurring substance abuse interventions, but also non-mental health support in such areas as community integration, housing, employment and education, transportation, and benefits. We place a strong emphasis on integrating members into their communities and empowering them to build natural supports.

EOE AA M/F/V/Disability

  • May vary by location and position type

Full Job Description will be provided if selected for an interview.

Case Manager, Case Management, Tasks, Entry Level, Mental Health Worker


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