Family Care Manager- Licensed- Crisis
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- CHOMP has been voted the Best Place to Work in Monterey County for 10 straight years
- Excellent Pay and Generous Benefits including a Pension and Continuing Education Reimbursement
- Excellent Team Oriented Culture
- Free Gym for Employees
The Family Case Manager (FCM) reports to the Ohana Clinical Director and is responsible and accountable for providing information and practical support to child and adolescent Ohana patients and their families when they present with complex psychiatric and related psycho-social problems. The Family Case Manger will assist patients and their families in understanding and managing issues that may be affecting their behavioral health status, including legal, educational, financial, occupational, transportation and insurance issues. The FCM will facilitate referral to services and programs outside of Ohana when they are indicated. As part of their role, the FCM will engage in ongoing efforts to learn about needed and effective local and regional resources for the families of Ohana patients and will build collaborative relationships with the programs and institutions providing these services.
Other important dimensions of this position include commitment to continuous learning, innovation, quality of care and outcomes measurement, professionalism, and working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team.
Must have strong interpersonal skills, flexibility, curiosity, high energy, humor and humility. All team members have the mission of Ohana at the forefront of every decision and engage in a culture of continuous learning and hard work. Team members maintain an unwavering commitment to family centered care and delivering quality outcomes.
Must have a minimum of 3 years experience working with children, adolescents or families in this region and knowledge of the local and regional resources that are critical to the families of youth with behavioral health conditions, such as the educational system, legal resources, juvenile justice system, community services, and public insurance (MediCal) programs.
Master’s degree in Social Work or related area (Psychology or Marriage and Family Therapy) is required.
LCSW, LMFT, or PsyD. Required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification required. Will complete mandatory 5150 training by Monterey County to obtain 5150 certification and obtain 5150 Professional staff authorization yearly.
Starting pay $90,230-$109,470
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