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Supervisor of Case Management and Supports Coordination
Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a 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

Children’s Services Supervisor/Children’s Home-Based Worker
Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a supervisor who will also directly provide children’s home-based services.  The Supervisor provides leadership and direction for children services staff which includes children’s home-based, Infant Mental Health, Wrap-around and Autism Benefit Services.  This includes 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.  The primary population served through this program is children with serious emotional disturbance, autism, or an intellectual/developmental disability.  This position also involves direct work with children and families which are provided in the home or community setting as a children’s home-based worker.

Must possess a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Social Work and a LLMSW or LMSW licensure through the State of Michigan.

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

Case Manager/Supports Coordinator – Full Time
Provide supports coordination services to persons with intellectual disabilities/mental illness (linking, coordinating, and monitoring service needs).  Assist the individual with housing, medical, vocational, and social issues.  Develop, implement, and monitor a Person-Centered Plan using a recovery focused approach.

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work.  Minimum licensure as a Social Worker in the state of Michigan required.  Experience with mental health treatment for persons with intellectual disabilities/mental illness is preferred.

Valid Michigan driver’s license is required.

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

Outpatient Therapist – Full Time
Skilled full-time clinician who is a self-starter to work in a positive, team-oriented setting providing counseling to individuals.  Group and family therapy skills highly valued.  Ongoing clinical support and training 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 CAAC certification a plus.

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

Youth Peer Support Specialist
The Youth Peer Support Specialist is a consumer member between the ages of 18 and 26 years of age and is in recovery who is willing to be able to self-identify as a person currently receiving or has received services. This position is designed to support children and youth with serious emotional disturbance who are receiving services in the public mental health system through an intervention-based, skills development approach.

Youth Peer Support Specialist 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’s when offered by MDHHS and other Youth 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:  Huron Behavioral Health, Attn: Human Resources Manager, PO Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan  48413.  EOE. Or email Cathy@huroncmh.org