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Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding opportunity where you can improve the lives of children? Crittenton Children's Center is the Kansas City area's premier provider of psychiatric care for children, adolescents and their families. It is located on a picturesque, 96 acre campus in south Kansas City (near Longview Lake) providing serenity, beauty and privacy to assist with the healing process.
For more than 100 years we've cared for the emotional health of Kansas City's children and families. Today we offer one of the area's most comprehensive behavioral health care programs. And we are backed by the complete resources of Saint Luke's Health System.
We are currently hiring for a full time Clinical Resource Specialist to support our facility.
Specialists in this position provide a full range of services which may include clinical case management, crisis intervention, therapy, and consultation with community agencies to serve clients and their families.
Individuals in this position may find themselves deployed in a variety of settings within the organization and may serve on more than one team.
Areas of service include Northland counties such as Clay, Platte and Ray.
This position comes with an excellent benefits package!
Master's Degree (Required)
Evening (United States of America)
Join the Kansas City region's premiere provider of health services. Equal Opportunity Employer. We hire only non-tobacco users.
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