Provide targeted case management services to at risk children and families from a strengths-based, family centered, and solution focused approach. Working with a multidisciplinary team, this position is responsible to assess clients needs, coordinate services, create and maintain individual treatment plans, provide continuous client/family/custodian contact, and serve as an advocate for client rights. Position requires high-quality documentation, ability to meet multiple deadlines, and to be responsive to clients during times of distress.
Must meet criteria for Case Management as outlined in the ND Medicaid state plan:
Individual case managers must, at a minimum, hold a BSW and successfully completed the Child Welfare Certification training or be in “candidate” status of completing the Child Welfare Certification Training within six months, or hold a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Nursing, Counseling or closely related field, or Individual Case Managers from a ND Tribal Organization service this population must, at a minimum, been certified by the Native American Children and Family Service Training Institute as a Child Welfare Practitioner or be in “candidate” status of being certified within six months.