Mental Health Practitioner:
Provide mental health skills services as outlined in client’s treatment plan in the home to help children and adults adjust manage the symptoms of their mental health condition. Maintain client caseload, and encourage client retention and regular communication, coordinate services with other health care providers to ensure that client receives adequate services, provide adequate documentation of services, i.e., complete progress notes, document contact with families or other providers, participate in department clinical supervision and other meetings, including a monthly group training session, perform other duties as assigned.
May also provide supervised visitation to parents and their children, and document it for the child protection social worker.
Required: A criminal background check is required for all applicants. In some cases, the transportation of a child may be required, therefore, it is required that all applicants have a reliable vehicle with valid and up-to-date insurance.
For more information contact:
KATY ARMENDARIZ, MSW, LICSW