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Since 1864, we've been an integral part of the Berea community, proudly rooted in faith and a legacy of serving children and families. While our roots remain in Berea, we've grown to support children and families statewide. OhioGuidestone is always looking for passionate people to make a difference in our communities. You can impact lives and inspire change right in your own backyard. Apply today to work at the largest non-profit, mental health service provider in Ohio. We offer FREE CEU trainings, a great support system, education bonuses and incentives, and much more! Full time employees may be eligible for Public Student Loan Forgiveness at OhioGuidestone and are also offered PAID medical benefits for you and your family
The Case Manager will work flexibly with clients suffering SUD and/or mental health issues. The Case Manager is responsible for the provision of ongoing community support services for a caseload of individuals. The Case Manager functions as a broker of services, coordinator, monitor and planner of services while offering practical help, building community support and providing active outreach, advocacy and crisis assistance to assigned clients. The ideal Case Manager will have a bachelor's degree, plus CDCA license. Strong preference for candidates with work experience relevant to SUD.
Coordinates and participates in the utilization of an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) that shall include services and assistance necessary to achieve specific objectives and goals; coordinates the service delivery outlined in the (ISP) in community settings as appropriate to the needs of the client
Monitors and coordinates delivery of necessary evaluations (e.g., psychiatric, medical, vocational) in order to identify each client's needs
Reviews and monitors services, activities and the progress of each client on the caseload
Completing session documentation in accordance with required licensure regulations and record-keeping procedures; linking to the ISP
Maintains availability to the client to provide, coordinate and/or assist in crisis intervention and/or supportive services during regularly scheduled working hours and after hours when necessary in accordance with Agency Policies and Procedures
Assists the client in achieving the goals and objectives in the Individualized Service Plan; Provides transportation as necessary and consistent with client goals
Make appropriate community referrals and provide client follow-up and aftercare
Develop cooperative relationships with courts, prosecutors, physicians, Job and Family Services, Metro Housing, and other community service providers
Maintains relevant documentation and provides statistical reports in accordance with Agency documentation standards
Attends scheduled staff and supervisory meetings, increasing communication between and integration of Agency services provided
Assures compliance with ADAMHS Board and all other Licensure and Agency standards and requirements; Public speaking as requested
Required Direct Service: 52%
Ability to work non-judgmentally with clients whose behaviors and actions may be incongruent with that of society or the case manager;
Ability to cope with frustration and disappointment and still persevere toward goals with clients who may repeatedly
Knowledge of chemical dependency, trauma, women's issues and family dynamics;
Skill in assessing clients for strengths and needs and using the information to develop a plan for services;
Knowledge of community resources and a demonstrative ability to access them;
Ability not to impose personal beliefs and standards on agency clients;
Promotes the efficient and effective use of Agency resources; including both labor and consumable supplies
Maintains regular and reliable attendance.
May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific projects or seasonal program changes.
In times of need, employee may be asked to complete related duties other than those indicated above as assigned by their supervisor.
Will also have skills in typing; operation of business machines including copier, computer and fax; computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail and internet
Demonstrated ability and skill at developing and maintaining cooperative and productive relationships with persons who have chemical dependency involvement;
Ability to negotiate assertively from a client advocacy perspective;
Ability to communicate effectively by conversing, listening and in written form;
Ability to work independently, organize work efficiently, and prioritize responses to changing client needs;
Able to ascend and descend stairs to perform routine checks on clients;
Able to move or transport approximately a minimum of 20 pounds;
Minimum associate's degree. Experience in providing community support for persons having SUD. A Degree in a Behavioral Science field is preferred, with a scope of practice including SUD issues.
At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of a fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings. Committed to creating a more diverse community, we encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/AA M/F/H/V IND10