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As a Transitions Care Manager, you'll help individuals who are actively working to address their mental health and substance use challenges. Five of the spots on your caseload will be for individuals between the ages of 18 and 24, and 5 spots will be for families. You will assist individuals in our services to find safe and stable housing, access local resources, medical care and medications, employment or financial resources, social support, and more. In order for program participants to maintain their housing, you will frequently stop in and check on them, be present around the housing locations often for assistance, and assist them in activities needed to maintain a clean living space. As an active member of the treatment team, you will work alongside medication prescribers, licensed therapists, crisis response teams, and various agencies and organizations throughout the community to help the participants obtain the services and resources they need. As each individual continues along their recovery journey, you'll provide support, crisis intervention strategies, and will work directly with each individual to adapt their treatment plan to fit their unique strengths, needs, and goals as they arise.
The position is full-time, Monday through Friday. Benefits are included with full-time employment.
CenterPointe is a non-profit organization that has served the Lincoln community for over 40 years, and in 1989 became one of the first agencies in the nation to offer truly integrated co-occurring treatment.
Grounded by the belief that every person has the ability to recover, CenterPointe offers a full continuum of care to people suffering from mental health and substance use disorders. The majority of the people we serve are also experiencing homelessness or near-homelessness. We believe in Housing First, Harm Reduction, and biopsychosocial treatment philosophies. By meeting people where they're at, we're able to help them to get better, sooner, for longer.
CenterPointe has stayed at the leading edge in our industry, receiving the SAMHSA Service & Science Award, various local acknowledgments and awards, and consistent CARF-International Accreditation since 1996. As we continue to push boundaries and provide the best services, we are growing as an agency and continue to look for innovative, person-centered opportunities to help the members of our communities. We hope you will join our team as CenterPointe expands and continues to seek only the absolute best employees who will maintain our high standards of care for the people we serve.
WHAT YOU HAVE
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Two or more years of experience working in Behavioral Health
- Knowledge of co-occurring disorders and related needs
- At least 21 years of age
- Valid driver's license with acceptable DMV record (last 7 years)
- Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related field preferred
WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOU
- A culture focused on work-life balance, personal and professional growth, inclusion, and engagement
- Limitless opportunities for professional training, growth & development, and career advancement including Professional Development Leave, internal and external trainings, and job enhancement opportunities
- Flexible scheduling options and generous paid leave policies including Mental Wellness hours, accrued vacation and sick time, and 9 annual holidays (plus a day off for your birthday every year!)
- Competitive pay and excellent benefits, including:
- Affordable Health, Dental, & Vision insurance
- Free Group Life Insurance, AD&D and LTD policies for all full-time employees
- 403(b) retirement plan with employer contribution
- Discounted memberships with Genesis Health Clubs
CenterPointe is a proud EEO Employer; candidates of diverse backgrounds, ages, lifestyles, etc. are encouraged to apply!