Laurel Hill Center
  • 08-Oct-2018 to 07-Dec-2018 (PST)
  • ACT Junction City
  • Eugene, OR, USA
  • Depends on experience and education
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Employer sponsored benefits, Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays


Laurel Hill Center is seeking a full time Recovery Specialist to join our ACT team, in Junction City, OR.

Recovery Specialist provides skills training, case management, crisis intervention to participants utilizing the team approach of Assertive Community Treatment.  LHC mission and values stipulate that all services provided are based on participant strengths and choices and follow evidenced based practices of psychosocial rehabilitation.

Job Responsibilities:          

  • Conduct all phases of psychosocial rehabilitation and outreach (engagement, assessing strengths, goal planning, safety planning, evaluating and summarizing progress)
  • Work to uphold Laurel Hill Center's established values and beliefs, utilizing evidenced based practices when delivering services to participants
  • Participate in integrated team meetings
  • Provide back-up services for peer team members
  • Actively support participant self-reliance
  • Provide skills training for medication management, financial management, and for all activities of daily living
  • Provide case management
  • Provide crisis intervention
  • Provide supported housing assistance
  • Collaborate with other staff members, community agencies/supports, and family members about participants mutually served
  • Complete required documentation in a timely fashion including the strengths assessment; personal treatment plan; safety plan; domain changes; and progress notes
  • Exhibit competencies gained through evidenced based practice training modules
  • Meets Universal Job Expectations
  • Other duties as required
  • Each member of the ACT team is required to work one evening or weekend shift per week and will be part of an on call rotation for the crisis line in case an ACT participant calls.

Minimum Requirements:

  • BA/BS in Social Services, Psychology, Behavioral Health or related field; or 3 years experience working with individuals with mental illness is required for credentialing as a QMHA. Experience relating to or assisting individuals with mental illness is preferred.
  • Must have current and valid Oregon driver's license and a good driving record
  • Successful completion of a background check and urinalysis drug screen
  • Must obtain credential as QMHA
  • Must be able to manage the physical demands that include getting in and out of vehicles, climbing stairs, and lifting/carrying 25 pounds or under

 

 

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