Child and Family Mental Health Wraparound Services Facilitator, Medford, OR
Child and Family Mental Health Wraparound Services Facilitator (Medford)
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The Wraparound Services Facilitator (Children's Care Coordinator) works with children/youth and their family to identify and articulate their primary needs, vision and any natural supports they want to help them achieve their goals. The Facilitator helps the family engage and coordinate the team of people who are providing services and support for the family. The Facilitator also helps the family to identify their strengths and ensures the team process address the family’s priority needs.
- Organizes, schedules and facilitates Child and Family Team meetings.
- Develops and updates Care Coordination plans.
- Documents all services for billing and tracking purposes. Accurately completes and timely submits required documentation.
- Coordinates services offered by multiple agencies.
- Collaborates with families and all child serving agencies in the County to coordinate the provision of services.
- Collaborates with local treatment providers to coordinate care and transitions to and from this level of care.
- Provides consultation to all child-serving agencies and to the general public about services at all levels.
- Seeks out resources for families other than those provided by the mental health system.
- Helps youth and family strengthen and expand their natural and social support system.
- Provides consultation to other local mental health practitioners, including Options staff, in regards to Wraparound process.
- Completes CANS Reassessments every six months to monitor progress.
- Guides the transition of the youth back to the community.
- Guides the engagement process by exploring and assessing strengths and needs.
- Guides the crisis plan development, monitors the implementation and may intervene during a crisis.
- Manages time and caseload effectively.
- Candidate must be able to work independently and flexibly, under general supervision.
- Submits timely documentation of services provided using Electronic Health Records and collaborative documentation.
BA in a human service field and two (2) years of specific experience with children who have emotional and/or mental health disabilities, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, are required. Master’s Degree in a human service field preferred to perform diagnostic assessments and formulate diagnosis.
Bilingual skills a plus; Options pays a premium for employees who can conduct business in Spanish.
Computer proficiency required to use Electronic Health Records. Valid OR driver's license and excellent driving record required. Must successfully complete state-required background and DMV checks.
Options for Southern Oregon is a private non-profit organization. We serve people of all ages who have mental health needs. Our holistic approach addresses housing, advocacy, community integration, crisis intervention, therapy, co-occurring issues, education, work, and economic well-being. We foster the development of mental and emotional health in children, adults, and families, and support the participation of our clients as respected members of the community. We employ over 350 people in 11 locations in Grants Pass and Medford.
Excellent salary and benefits: family medical, long term disability, 403 (b) plan with 6% match - and more.
How to Apply:
Please visit our website at www.optionsonline.org and click on Jobs to complete the online application process, or call 541-476-2373.