Program Manager
MHM Services Inc. - San Francisco, CA

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MHM has just been awarded the CONREP contract and we are currently recruiting for Golden Gate office located in San Francisco, CA.
CONREP is the California State Department of Mental health statewide system of community based treatment, evaluation and supervisory services for judicially committed individuals and Mentally Disordered Offenders. The program provides standardized intensive community outpatient mental health services.

We are currently seeking a seasoned Community Program Director to join our team full time.
The Community Program Director coordinates the multi-disciplinary forensic treatment programs of Golden Gate Conditional Release Program (CONREP). The program provides court mandated treatment and supervision in an outpatient setting to individuals who have been found Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity or certified as a Mentally Disordered Offenders. The primary role of the Community Program Director is supervision of a team of forensically trained clinicians. In this supervisory capacity, the Community Program Director guides treatment planning, court report writing, violence risk assessment, expert witness testimony, and crisis management. The Program Director may also be responsible for treatment of a small client caseload
MHM Services, Inc. offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401K plan with employer match, generous paid time off allowance and company paid holidays.

Successful candidates should have a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. (psychology, social work, marriage and family therapist). Be licensed as a MFT/ LCSW or clinical Psychologist in good standing. Training with an emphasis in forensics preferred. Two years of supervisory experience and have a minimum of one year of experience working with individuals with severe persistent mental illnesses, substance abuse problems, and a history of violence. Preference is also given to individuals with CONREP experience.