Recovery Case Manager
Posted on Feb 20, 2021 by Connections Health Solutions
Recovery Case Manager
Job ID: 2
# of Openings: 1
The Recovery Case Manager serves as a participating member of the client's team and provide services to promote positive change for clients. This position is responsible for clinical oversight of client care, and to the team as it relates to the delivery of services, including the assessment and service planning processes; provides or coordinates all covered services (e.g. case management, crisis intervention, outreach, and peer support) to address clients' individual treatment needs, including needs related to opioid dependence.
- Conduct intakes, provide support and outreach to current and potential clients. Case management duties include coordination of care, discharge planning and warm transfers to outside agencies. Maintain regular contact with client as needed for clinical and regulatory compliance.
- Collaborate with community providers to implement and monitor an effective referral system to provide immediate access to care.
- As part of the clinical team, develop and maintain relationships with key community providers such as Police, Emergency Departments/Hospitals, Probation, Parole, Tribal, Faith-Based Programs, University/Junior Colleges, and City/County/Civic leaders. Support leadership as the link from community partners to OTP/MAT clinics.
- Complete and maintain all clinical documentation thoroughly, accurately, and within timeframes specified by regulatory authorities (i.e. OBHL, CPSA, accreditation authority, Connections Access policies and procedures), or as directed.
- Develop, implement, and update individual service plans in a timely manner and monitor progress on goals and objectives through staffing's, and document the progress on the service plan as defined by policies and procedures.
- Responsible for the submission of timely, accurate and complete billing information.
- Provide support to clinical leadership by gathering data for reporting requirements.
- Coordinate and participate in interdisciplinary staffing for clients with other team members as appropriate.
- Collaborate with the client, his/her family or significant others and the clinical treatment team to implement and monitor an effective service plan, explaining the available clinical options to the team, including the advantages/disadvantages of each option.
- Provide clinical oversight to ensure provision of all covered services identified on the service plan; referrals to community resources as appropriate; and continuity of care between inpatient and outpatient settings, services and supports.
- An Associate's Degree in behavioral health or related field and 2 years of related experience OR 4 years of behavioral health/substance use experience
- Ability to obtain BHT Credentialing
- Bilingual in Spanish
- Peer Certification
- Knowledge of CARF OTP/MAT Standards of Care
- Bachelor's Degree in behavioral health or related field