Crisis Counselor for Adult Services
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Findlay, OhioHancock County
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You will maintain availability during work hours to conduct mental health assessments, stabilization, crisis intervention, and treatment facilitation for individuals and families experiencing severe and urgent social, psychological and/or environmental needs on an as-needed basis. You will coordinate follow up and stabilization services on all cases that receive crisis intervention services.
How you’ll make a difference:
You will respond to emergency requests for service including phone calls, walk-in requests for treatment, and referrals from other community sources.
Conduct face-to-face interview with clients to determine presenting issues and whether hospitalization is needed. If hospitalization is deemed necessary, facilitates arrangement for hospitalization. If hospitalization is not deemed necessary, you will provide counseling to clients and immediate family members to stabilize and develop a specific plan for transition to treatment, including immediate safety plan
Complete referrals to other agency programs or external service providers as deemed clinically appropriate.
You will promote protocol of all crisis intervention services in the community and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to build a continuum of crisis services for Hancock County residents. You will attend local and state meets addressing crisis trends and participate in both planning and implementation of services
Who are we?
We are a team of passionate individuals who provide prevention and specialized behavioral health and substance abuse services to individuals, children and families in our multicultural communities to strengthen family life and promote personal growth. We offer a nurturing environment focused on personal growth and self-care through trainings and the development of skills. Our agency is dedicated to supplying employees with the necessary skills and tools necessary to be successful in their roles.
Our employees are offered Health Insurance, Health Savings Account (HSA), Teledoc, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life and AD&D Insurance, Voluntary Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), PTO, Paid Holidays, and 403(b) Retirement.
Family Resource Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work Place, a policy which prohibits the use, possession, and/or distribution of medical marijuana in the workplace. We base employment on qualifications, merit, and organizational/community need. Our goal is to be a diverse workforce representative of the citizens we serve
Who are you?
You are a professional with any combination of education, training and work experience which indicates possession of the skills needed to perform the job requirements listed. An example of an acceptable qualification for this position is: HSD/GED with at least two years of crisis services. LSW/LPC/LISW/LPCC highly preferred, but not required if you have prior crisis service experience within a behavioral health environment.
You must be willing to submit to background check and fingerprinting.
In this role you will regularly use various computer apps including Microsoft Office, our HRIS, EHR and other online systems, with multiple logins often simultaneously.
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