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Intake and Assessment Specialist

Full-time skilled therapist/assessor who is a self-starter to work in a positive, team-oriented setting providing Clinical Intake Assessment as well as ongoing re-assessments to determine eligibility. The primary population served through this program is adults and children with acute behavioral health issues.  This position will also be responsible for providing after hours emergency services coverage on a rotating basis.

Master’s Degree in Social Work with full State of Michigan licensure required. Experience with Co-occurring Disorders and CAADC certification also necessary.

Send resume to:  Human Resource Manager, PO Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan  48413.  EOE. Or email Cathy@huroncmh.org

Outpatient Therapist

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a full time outpatient therapist to provide individual and group psychotherapy to an assigned caseload.  Huron Behavioral Health utilizes evidence-based, short-term therapy modalities to help consumers manage a wide variety of mental health concerns.  We are seeking a licensed clinician who is interested in working in a flexible, positive, and team-oriented setting.  Ongoing clinical support and training are available for skill enhancement.

Master’s Degree with State of Michigan Licensure required.  Master’s degree in Social Work preferred.  Experience with Co-occurring Disorders or CAADC certification a plus.  Competitive salary and benefit package.

Send resume to:  Human Resource Manager, PO Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan  48413.  EOE. Or email Cathy@huroncmh.org

Day-Time Emergency Services Worker

The person in this full-time position would be directly responsible for the provision of day-time emergency services to individuals in Huron County who are in need of behavioral health services and/or in crisis. This person would act as a liaison between HBH and psychiatric facilities, coordinate aftercare as appropriate to meet the needs of those who have been hospitalized, maintain documentation of psychiatric hospitalization and discharges, provide 24 hour follow-up once hospitalized, consult with relevant consumer care providers such as law enforcement, local hospitals and other human service agencies as necessary.   Coordinate Jail Diversion activity, and provide community education as requested. Provides at least one 24-hour weekend night of on-call coverage per month.

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Nursing, or Psychology preferred; other closely affiliated field considered.  Michigan Licensure required.    Prior Emergency Services experience required.

Send resume to:  Human Resource Manager, PO Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan  48413.  EOE. Or email Cathy@huroncmh.org

ACT Supervisor

Serve as a first-line working supervisor of professional and para-professional personnel assigned to the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team.  Duties may include but are not limited to:

  • Provide direct service  to ACT consumers including mental health, substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorder therapy, case management, and rehabilitative services.
  • Participation in and supervision of 24-hour ACT crisis response coverage.
  • Provide clinical direction, treatment oversight and clinical supervision for the ACT team, including paraprofessional and assigned peer support staff.
  • Direct and coordinate team-based service delivery process, using a person-centered, recovery oriented philosophy.
  • Daily participation in and coordination of ‘morning meetings’ to review clinical progress of consumers. Participates in and contributes to staff case review.
  • Reviews ACT clinical records to assure appropriate treatment, appropriate & complete documentation.
  • Provides in-service training and specific direction to professional staff, paraprofessional staff, peer support staff, volunteers, and students as assigned to the ACT program.
  • Conducts first-level performance evaluation for staff assigned to ACT.
  • If not already completed, must attend ACT 101/ACT specific training within the first six months of assuming this position (or as soon as training is available).

Possession of a Masters Degree in Social Work, Psychology or other closely related human services field is required.  Michigan licensure or certification to the profession is required.  Must currently have or be qualified to obtain at least the “Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor – Michigan” credential-CADC; the “Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor – CAADC credential is preferred.

Note:  CADC or CAADC certification is required within the first year of assuming this position.

A minimum of two years post-masters experience providing treatment interventions to persons with Mental Illness and/or Substance Abuse Disorders in a community outpatient mental health and/or chemical dependency setting is required.  Experience working in ACT, Case Management, or Outpatient Therapy settings is desirable.

Send resume to:  Human Resource Manager, PO Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan  48413.  EOE. Or email Cathy@huroncmh.org

ACT – Peer Support Specialist

The part-time Peer Support Specialist is a consumer member who will provide community-based services to individuals participating in the ACT Program  The peer support specialist provides supports and assists consumers in building trust and rapport with service providers, develop understanding and management of their illness and symptoms, and explore and link with natural and community supports.  This person provides support, encouragement and sharing of common experiences and promotes empowerment and independence by assisting consumers to develop skills needed to reach their chosen person-centered goals.  Providing and advocating for effective recovery based services is a large part of this position.  The peer support specialist will be a team member for Assertive Community Treatment and as such will attend morning meetings to provide discussion of cases.

Peer Support Specialists will receive initial training from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and will obtain certification.  They will also attend continuing education meetings/training when offered by MDHHS and other Peer Support Specialists projects.  Attendance of relevant seminars, meetings, and in-service training’s whenever offered and in accordance with the training requirements defined by Huron Behavioral Health.

Send resume to:  Human Resource Manager, PO Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan  48413.  EOE. Or email Cathy@huroncmh.org

Supervisor of Case Management and Supports Coordination
Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a full-time supervisor for Case Managers and Supports Coordinators.  This position is divided between supervision of the case manager/supports coordination staff which includes, providing leadership, regular supervision, documentation review, assigning of referrals and triaging issues and concerns within the Case Management/Supports Coordination Department.  This position also includes providing direct services to a reduced caseload of individuals consisting of adults with chronic mental illness, substance abuse disorders and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities or children with serious emotional disturbance or an intellectual/developmental disability.

Two years or more of clinical experience providing treatment interventions for individuals with mental illness, substance abuse disorders, and/or developmental disabilities is highly preferred.  Previous experience as a case manager is also desirable.

Must possess a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or other closely related human services field.  Michigan licensure is required.

Send resume to:  Human Resource Manager, PO Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan  48413.  EOE. Or email Cathy@huroncmh.org