Location: Sanford area
In partnership with a Master's level clinician, this position provides individualized support to children with behavioral health challenges, and their families, in their homes and communities. This position works with children and families receiving Child & Family Behavioral Health Treatment (MaineCare Section 65 M) and Community -Based Treatment for Children Without Permanency (MaineCare Section 65 N) Services. The position may also deliver Home Based Services (MaineCare Section 37) under the supervision of and a licensed Clinical Supervisor.
SIGN ON BONUS $750! Education Requirements
Bachelor's degree in related field including: social services, human services, health or education,
The BHP must be certified as a Behavioral Health Professional by completing all required training. General Requirements
One year of experience working in family homes and community settings, supporting children with behavioral health challenges, and their families.
Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with families and other professionals on behalf of youth and their families.
Valid and clean Maine driver's license. Benefits
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