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Licensed Social Worker (AL)/ Behavioral Health Provider
*Licensed Social Worker*
Performs social work assessments, eligibility screening assessments, treatment planning development/monitoring, and/or clinical interventions with individuals/families/ caregivers with complex psychosocial situations. Provides technical assistance to individuals requiring complex intervention. Serves as the clinical team leader and schedules appointments for new waiver assessments and annual updates. Provide technical assistance and consultations to providers, families, and support coordinators as needed for best care for the individual served. Conduct community outreach presentations to schools, providers, medical offices to inform referral sources of the waiver process. Serves as regional office designated supports intensity master trainer, person-centered trainer which includes 2 day PC training, self advocate training and coaches training as well as other PC Trainings.
1. Performs job responsibilities with minimal supervision
2. Serves as job expert or organization resource in assigned areas
3. Serves as project or team leader
4. Acts as client advocate in order to coordinate required services or to resolve crisis
5. Identify environmental impediments to client of patient progress through interviews and review of patient records
6. Completes pre-site visits and follow up visits as designated by DD Regional Management.
7. Assists family members in understanding programs and processes, person-centered practices and available means for supporting the individual
8. Organizes support groups or counsel family members to assist them in understanding, dealing with, and supporting the client
9. Performs clinical assessments of the behavioral health needs of consumers presenting for services
10. Completes assigned screenings within 14 days. Refers individual or family to community resources to assist in recovery from mental or physical illness and to provide access to services such as financial assistance, legal aid, housing, job placement or education.
11. Determines the necessity for commitment in accordance with accepted standards of clinical practice
12. Conducts psychosocial assessments/evaluations to develop comprehensive case/service plans. Assures agency compliance with policies, appropriate documentation, and reporting requirements
13. Facilitates communication within the unit(s)/agency on a specific case level as well as on a procedure/policy level
14. Creates and maintains positive working relationships within the community.
15. Responds to emergencies and crises request for screenings and follow through with completion of process which includes on site intake and securing records, and face screening of referrals received via crisis response calls within three days.
1. Ability to train and provide consultation regarding policies and procedures.
2. Ability to assess compliance and quality assurance.
3. Knowledge of policies and procedures in program areas.
Masters degree from an accredited social work program, licensure in the area of assignment And Two years of related post-license experience Or Masters degree from an accredited program, license in the area of assignment AND Two years of experience at the lower level (HCP051)
· Five + years supporting individuals with developmental disabilities.
· Knowledge of Behavioral Health, Support coordination, and Medicaid waiver programs.
In addition to a competitive salary (), we offer a generous benefits package that includes a flexible schedule, training opportunities, employee retirement plan, deferred compensation, 12 paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, dental, vision, long term care, and life insurance.
This position is a pay grade 14 on the statewide salary plan.
This position is located in the Region 4 Regional Office in Thomasville, Georgia.
More than a century ago, Thomasville was celebrated as one of the most fashionable places in the world to visit. During the Victorian era, many wealthy northern socialites and pleasure seekers traveled by rail to enjoy Thomasville as their grand winter resort. Attracted to the genteel life of south Georgia, many made Thomasville their winter home and built "grand winter cottages". Although this era quickly faded in the early 1900s, more than fifty of these grand historic homes still grace Thomasville's streets.
Thomasville, in southwest Georgia and on the Florida border, is home to both the second largest Farmer’s Market in the state and three Fortune 500 companies.
Come to Georgia and experience first-hand our historic charm and hospitality.
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