QMHP Adult Community Support Specialists provide the following community support services to adults and child/family.
- Assessment and monitoring of a person’s adjustment to community living and providing guidance and support in the development of adaptive community living skills. Ongoing assessment of a person’s status, including personal strengths, progress, problems, and needs. 40%
- Monitoring persons served participation and progress in organized treatment programs to assure the planned provision of service according to a person’s individual treatment plan.
- Providing individual assistance to people in gaining access to needed
participating with discharge planning and arranging collateral contacts.
- Maintaining contact with persons who are hospitalized; and
for each individual.
- Provide training to people, according to their individual need, in daily living skills such as housekeeping, cooking, personal grooming, etc.
- Provide crisis intervention services, when indicated, during and after “normal” working hours.
- Providing individualized assistance in creating personal support systems that include work with family members, legal guardians, or other community members. 10%
- Participating as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in all treatment plan reviews of clients. 10%
- Treatment plan reviews of clients.
- Team meetings.
- Physician staffing.
- PSR staffing.
- Other training.
- Attend all supervisory sessions of staff meetings as scheduled by supervisor or program director, including daily team meetings.
- Miscellaneous duties as assigned.
- Maintain agreed upon level of productivity. 30%
- Complete all mandatory documentation to monitor persons served progress towards achievement of individual treatment plan goals. 10%
- Efficient and effective record management.
- Preparation and/or revision of a specific individualized treatment plan
- Perform clinical interviews and evaluations for initial and annual psychosocial assessments.
- Will seek culturally competent services and service providers to meet the unique cultural needs of each agency consumer and family member.
- Transportation of clients as needed.
- Regular attendance (except as excused).
- A mental health professional as defined in 9CSR30-4.030.
- Graduate degree in Psychology, Social Work, Education, or related field as recognized by the US Department of Education.
- A valid Missouri chauffeur’s license.
The QMHP Adult Community Support Specialists receive supervision from their Adult Community Support Supervisor.
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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