Crisis Worker

The Crisis Worker (CCSI) position is responsible for providing a wide array of culturally sensitive, recovery oriented, trauma sensitive, direct clinical services provided in conjunction with other staff. Services provided by this position may include assessment, treatment planning, referrals, and case management. The Crisis Worker provides emergency mental health interventions for children, youth and adults. Assessments are based on an understanding not only of consumer symptoms, but also of strengths and social/cultural resources. These strengths and resources will be taken into account and utilized as appropriate to assist the individual’s return to a more optimal level of functioning. This position on the emergency services team involves mobility throughout the community, and working rotating shifts as needed, including evenings, weekends, holidays, and overnight on-call phone consultation shifts (no on-site response), to ensure that the clinical needs of the program are being met and to enable the program to operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Clinical Specialists will be providing co-responses with law enforcement as well. Preference given to candidates who hold a Master’s degree in a related behavioral health field.

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