Care Coordinator is a mental health professional who is based in the community. This individual serves as a liaison between children/families and systems, and provides a wide range of services, depending on the needs and expectations of each child and family.
· Care Coordination 60%
- Serves as a Specialist to systems’ staff, providing information on a wide range of mental health topics.
- Provide Clinical Therapeutic Targeted Case Management (TCM) and Community Support Services which includes, but is not limited to, monitoring and linking of services identified as determining the strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences of the child and family (DMH). Provide clinical support to the individual child and family to help them cope with stressors related to serious emotional disturbance. (DFS-Psych Diversion)
- Actively collaborate with other systems’ staff regarding
assigned individuals and their families, participate as a
member of the multi-disciplinary team to advocate for
the mental health needs of the child/family.
- Monitor child/family participation and progress in
organized treatment programs to assure the planned
provision of service according the child’s individual
- Participate as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in all
treatment plan reviews of
· Direct Clinical Services 25%
- Collaborate with families and systems to develop
Individualized Child and Family Plans.
- Provide crisis intervention and critical incident stress management services.
- Provide parenting education. (Family System Model)
- Maintain contact with children who are
hospitalized/respite/residential and participate in
discharge planning and necessary collateral contacts.
- Provide anger management skill builder.
- Provide communication skill builder.
- Consistently meet 100% productivity.
- Will seek culturally competent services and service
providers to meet the unique cultural needs of each
agency consumer and family member.
· Documentation 10%
- Maintain agreed upon level of productivity.
- Complete all mandatory documentation to monitor client’s progress
towards achievement of individual treatment plan
· Other Responsibilities 5%
- Transportation of clients as needed.
- Regular attendance (except as excused).
- Other miscellaneous duties as assigned.
· A mental health professional as defined in 9CSR30-4.030 or;
· An individual with a master’s degree in a related field as recognized by the US Department of Education.
· A valid Missouri chauffeur’s license.
The Care Coordinator receives supervision from their Area Program Manager or Child and Family Supervisor/Team Leader.
Crider Health Center is a Community Health Center serving the mental, physical, and dental health needs of citizens of Franklin, Lincoln, St. Charles, and Warren Counties.
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