Requires Bachelor's degree in Social Service to meet QMHP requirements. Two years Mental Health experience preferred. This position performs weekend and weekday Mobile Outreach Crisis Call Duties evenings and weekends for a full 15 or 12 hour shift, respectfully. The position will provide after hours on call coverage on a periodic assigned basis.
In performing these duties, this will involve telephone triage and assessment, travel to “safe locations” in the community for face-to face assessments, disposition decisions in response to assessment information and will work closely with the crisis hotline staff, other agencies and service provider staff. The intent of this positing is to provide assessment and appropriate crisis intervention services in community settings such as hospitals, jails and schools. When safety protocol indicates appropriateness, services may be provided in the individual residences in the community.
This positing must stay within the Center service area on their assigned shift to ensure time-limited response. Activities must be fully documented and reviewed with assigned CAS staff for follow up activities. This individual will be allowed to sleep during assigned shift but must be available to answer calls and respond without notice to crisis assessment activities at any time during their shift.
Applicants must have a valid TDL and be insurable through Tri-County.
Non-smokers strongly preferred.