• #1 -  Intake Specialist - $33,000.00 - $35,000.00

    Performs outreach, intake, and referral functions for Archways' treatment/services. Screens, assesses, and develops individualized comprehensive treatment/ service plans. Responds to inquiries for treatment/services, linking those inappropriate for Archways' treatment/services to more appropriate resources, as applicable. Completes full intake battery, including the collection of medical/collateral  information and writing bio-psycho-social assessment/evaluations and interpretative summaries, and intake documentation. Performs client orientation Maintains contact with individuals who were screened and/or assessed and waiting for intake and documents contacts on contact log. Assists incoming clients in obtaining immediate supportive/supplemental services. Acts as liaison between clients and service agencies to facilitate application processes. Coordinates entrance of clients into case management, residential, PSR, medication management, employment services, and therapy treatment/services maximizing entrance and links clients with outside providers and resources, as applicable. Performs case management functions of assessment, treatment/service plan development, updating plans, amending plans and implementation, assess effectiveness of plan (plan reviews), linking and facilitating the client with appropriate services and resources, advocating for acquisition of services and resources necessary to implement the plan, coordinating the delivery of services in the plan with the help of the client and with client consent client’s natural support system, monitoring service delivery to evaluate client’s progress, and documenting. Completes residential utilization management applications and required documentation to Concordia for approval
     
    REQUIREMENTS:
    1.         Documentation that meets one of following for Broward Behavioral Health Coalition (BBHC)  :
     A.        A current license as a professional of the healing arts or a registered intern in clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, or a higher level of behavioral health related degree. Registered interns in clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, and mental health counseling must be supervised by a licensed professional with the Department of Health Licensing Board as a Qualified Supervisor.
    Or
     B.        A Master’s degree in social work, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, psychology or a related behavioral health field from an accredited college or university.
     
    Or       
     C.        Enrollment in a Master’s-level student of an accredited university or college with successful completion of the following topics: counseling theories and practice; mental health counseling techniques; ethics, legal, and professional guidelines; diagnosis and treatment of adult and psycho pathology; case conceptualization and treatment strategies.
                Or
     D.        For staff employed by the provider agency to conduct assessments hired before February 25, 2014 who do not meet any of the above degree requirements and have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with a major in psychology, social work, counseling or a related human services field (a related human services field is one in which major course work includes the study of human behavior and development), have a minimum of  five years of full time or equivalent case management experience serving the target population shall be eligible for credentialing with BBHC/Concordia.
     And
    Bring to the position a previous mental health targeted case management certification or have at least 3 years of experience working with adults experiencing serious mental illness.
     2.         Must possess a valid Florida Drivers License and have dependable transportation.
     3.         Required to travel throughout Broward County for home and jail visits, appointments.     
     4.         Must be able to use the telephone, computer, copy/fax machine, and agency vans.
     5.         Familiarity with mental health and substance abuse system in Broward County.
     6.         Required to acquire and maintain jail clearance.
     7.         Required to cover other case loads, as needed.
     8.         Must be medically and lawfully able to drive a company vehicle as needed.
     9.         Must have excellent organizational, time management, and writing skills.
     10.       Prefer experience with clinical assessment.
     11.       Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
     12.       Prefer experience with co-occurring disorders.
     

  • #2 -  TANF Intervention Staff - $29,000.00 - $30,000.00

    Provides integrated (mental health and substance abuse) intervention services to the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) and TANF Diversion Families (TDF) eligible individuals on a regular and emergency basis that focuses on activities and strategies that are used to prevent or impede development or progression of substance abuse and/or mental health problems. Performs TANF functions of assessment; developing intervention plans Assists client to identify risk and protective factors, develop goals and objectives and a plan of action; plan implementation; and intervention plan review. Develops treatment/service plans (initial plans, updated plans, amended plans), plan implementation, assess effectiveness of plan (plan reviews) for those clients receiving a treatment service. Links clients with appropriate services and resources; advocate for acquisition of services and resources necessary to implement the plan; coordinates the delivery of services in the plan with the help of the client and with client consent client’s natural support system; and monitors service delivery to evaluate client’s progress.
    REQUIREMENTS:         
     1.  Have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college. Prefer major in counseling, social work, psychology, criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation, special education, health education, or a related human services field (a related human services field is one in which major course work includes the study of human behavior and development).
     2. Prefer experience with clinical assessment, mental illness, co-occurring disorders (MH/SA) and knowledge the effects of substance use and mental illness.
     3.  Prefer familiarity with mental health and substance abuse system.
     4.  Must possess a valid Florida Drivers License and have dependable transportation.
     5.  Required to travel throughout Broward County for home visits and appointments. There may be some travel outside of Broward County.
     6.  Must be able to use the telephone, computer, copy/fax machine, and agency vans.
     7.  Required to maintain a caseload and cover other case loads, as needed.
     8.  Must be medically and lawfully able to drive a company vehicle as needed.
     9.  Must have excellent organizational, time management, and writing skills.
    10. Have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
     

  • #3 -  Forensic Case Manager - $29,000.00 - $31,000.00

    FUNCTIONS:                      
     Performs case management functions with forensic clients (Conditional Release) of assessment, treatment/service plan development (initial plans, updated plans, amended plans), plan implementation, case management assessment and current status summary (CSS), assess effectiveness of plan (plan reviews), linking clients with appropriate services and resources (e.g., social security benefits, food stamps, medical insurance, medical community, education, treatment programs, NA/AA, etc.) advocating for acquisition of services and resources necessary to implement the plan, coordinating  the delivery of services in the plan with the help of the client and with client consent client’s natural support system, monitoring service delivery to evaluate client’s progress. Develop, monitor, and amend clients’ Conditional Release Plans and file affidavits when clients violate their conditional release plans. Completes residential utilization management applications and required documentation to Concordia for approval.
     REQUIREMENTS:            
     1.         Have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with a major in counseling, social work, psychology, criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation, special education, health education, or a related human services field (a related human services field is one in which major course work includes the study of human behavior and development) and have a minimum of one year of experience working with adults experiencing serious mental illness
    or 
    Have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college and three years full time or equivalent experience working with adults experiencing serious mental illness.
    2.         Prefer full time professional experience serving the target population.
     3.         Prefer experience with working with the Broward County court system.
     4.         Prefer familiarity with mental health and substance abuse system in Broward County.
     5.         Must be able to use a telephone, computer, copy/fax, and agency van/car.
     6.         Required to acquire and maintain jail clearance.
     7.         Must have excellent organizational, time management, and writing skills.
     8.         Required to cover other caseloads.
     9.         Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
     10.       Prefer knowledge of the effects of substance use and mental illness, knowledge of special population (medical issues, conditional release, personality disorders, etc)
     11.       Must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License and have dependable transportation.
     12.       Required to travel throughout Broward County for home visits, court appearances, and appointments. There may be some travel outside of Broward County.