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Outpatient Therapist – Full Time

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:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Community Links Staff – Full Time

The Community Links Support Staff is responsible for providing skill building assistance and community support to adult individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and/or intellectual disabilities as outlined in the individual’s person centered plan.  Responsibilities include planning and implementing scheduled activities, actively contributing in the person centered planning process, providing supports essential to the individual’s identified goals.

High school diploma or general education degree (GED), Valid Michigan Driver’s License.   Six months experience working with severe and persistent mentally ill and/or intellectually disabled adults is preferred.  Equal Employment Opportunity.

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Contracts Manager – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a Contracts Manager who is interested in working in a flexible, positive, and team-oriented setting, performing the daily and monthly Provider Network/ Contract Management functions for the organization.  This includes managing external provider network relationships and development, management and monitoring of service and administrative contracts.

Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Public Administration, Accounting, Human Service or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Valid Michigan Driver’s License.

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Children’s Services Supervisor/Clinician – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a clinical supervisor to oversee the agency’s home-based therapy and infant mental health programs.  This a working supervisor position for someone who is interested in providing clinical supervision and leadership, as well as maintaining a partial-caseload of home-based therapy and infant mental health cases.  Direct clinical work with children and families will take place in the home and community.  Supervisory duties will include taking a lead role in ongoing planning, continuous quality improvement, performance monitoring, assignment of referrals, review of professional documentation and issue resolution for the children services unit.  HBH offers a competitive salary, a robust benefit package, and flexibility with regard to remote and in-office work.

Must possess a minimum of a Master’s Degree with LMSW or LPC with certification to supervise LLPC’s in the state of Michigan. Infant Mental Health (IMH) endorsement preferred.  If not IMH endorsed, willingness to pursue this credential through provided training.

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Wraparound/Intensive Crisis Stabilization Services Supervisor – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a creative and self-motivated clinician to supervise the Wraparound and Intensive Crisis Stabilization teams.   This supervisory position will involve oversight of a team of clinicians and Wraparound facilitators who provide Wraparound and Intensive Crisis Stabilization services to children and families experiencing psychological distress.

This is a working supervisory position and the chosen applicant will provide crisis stabilization services to children and youth, as well as carry a small caseload of Wraparound consumers.  Intensive crisis stabilization involves working as a part of a mobile crisis support team to help assess, deescalate, and support, children, adolescents, and their families experiencing acute mental health crises.  Wraparound facilitation involves providing individualized coordination of services to children and their families in order to help support positive treatment outcomes.

Full or limited licensure as a master’s level clinician (i.e., LMSW, LPC, LLP) and experience working with children and adolescents with mental illness.

Experience with Wraparound Facilitation and/or Intensive Crisis Stabilization Services preferred.  However, training and certification for Wraparound facilitation will be coordinated by Huron Behavioral Health if the candidate is not already trained/certified.

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Intake and Assessment Specialist – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a 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 or CAADC certification also necessary

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org