Telecare’s PROPS programs (also referred to as AB109) is comprised of two components, the Behavioral Health Screening Team (BHST) and the Full Service Partnership (FSP). This county contracted program is the result of a collaborative effort between Probation, San Diego County Mental Health, and Alcohol and Drug Services. The purpose of the program is to serve people being released from prison who are supervised by the probation department as result of the Assembly Bill 109. This program exists to help people live successfully in the community and make strides towards their hopes and dream and achieve their personal recovery goals, while avoiding a return to the criminal justice system and unnecessary psychiatric hospitalization.
The Personal Service Coordinator II provides direct client community support and case management services to assigned clients. Provides education and support to clients and their families. Collaborates with other services and agencies such as the Conservator's Office, Public Defender's Office, Child Protective Services, Probation Department, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and County Mental Health Services.
High School Graduation or G.E.D. equivalent and four years of direct services in Mental Health; or Associate Arts degree and two years of direct services in Mental Health; or BS degree in Social Sciences and one year experience in Mental Health Services are required. Experience will have been in a mental health setting, outpatient clinic, or community mental health service preferred. Experience in providing intensive case management, intensive community supports using psychiatric rehabilitation concepts is highly desirable. Sensitivity to multi-cultural populations and issues is required. Necessary skills include: the ability to work effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary team, a thorough understanding of client rights, an understanding the conservatorship process, basic computer skills, and knowledge of basic medical and psychiatric terminology. Must have a valid California driver’s license, a DMV clearance for insurability, a vehicle (approved for safety), and proof of insurance. Applicant must be finger printed and receive clearance from the Department of Justice and the Office of Inspector General. Must have completed first aid and CPR training or obtain certification within four (4) weeks of hire.
Telecare Corporation - 19 months ago
Telecare Corporation provides adult mental health services to patients in California, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oregon, and Texas....