Mount Vernon, NY

Job Category: Healthcare Job Number: SB4396921011 Pay Rate: $60000.00-75000.00 / year

Job Description

Outreach TherapistLCSW, LMSW, LMHC, LCAT, LMFT
 Location: Mt. Vernon NY
 Rate of Pay: $60,000 (Limited Permit) $65,000 (LMSW or LMHC) $75,000 (LCSW)
 Hours: Full Time Flex
 35 hours per week (Part-Time Possible and Per Diem) or Fee For Service (LMSW/LMHC $40 and LCSW $50)
Pay to Stay Bonus: $5,000 (full time only)What we offer:
  1. Supervision hours towards licensure
  2. 17 days PTO (3.5 weeks) plus 12 paid agency holidays
  3. Offer in-house Continuing Education Unit credits
  4. 85% of license/certification exam or renewal fee reimbursement
  5. Help with loan forgiveness-Some of our sites are NHCS approved
  6. Comprehensive medical with no deductible, dental (free vision) and supplemental benefit package
  7. 403b Match with 100% vesting (after two years)
  8. Employee discount program (get discounts for movies, hotels, cars, car rentals, broadway shows and much more)
  9. Health, wellness and self-care events across the network
  10. Free NYS Defensive Driving
Position Summary: Work with adults in mental health and substance abuse recovery primarily in various community settings including in participants’ homes. Promote community inclusion and provide counseling in order to achieve wellness, vocational and educational goals. Provide clinical supervision to peer staff and interns.Responsibilities:
  1. Support a high-performing culture aligned with TGCW core values and B.A.S.I.C Tenets: Balance, Accountability, Satisfaction, Inclusion, and Communication.
  2. Complete person centered and eligibility assessment, service plans, authorization requests and case notes.
  3. Meet regularly with participants in their homes, communities and office providing rehabilitation services; Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment (CPST), Psychosocial Support and Rehabilitation (PSR), Family Support and Training (FST) individually or as a group when services and treatment permits.
  4. Provide counseling services including teaching coping skills, relapse prevention strategies, wellness management and social skills to help participants become more independent and achieve their goals.
  5. Work with participants’ natural support system and provide family counseling.
  6. Communicate/collaborate with participants’ treatment providers.
  7. Provide educational counseling.
  8. Teach independent living skills.
  9. Provide clinical supervision to Peer Specialists and interns.
  10. Participate in staff meetings, case conferences, and relevant trainings.
  11. Networking and promoting program to outside providers.
  12. Other duties as assigned.
 Qualifications: LPHA preferred (LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, LCAT, LMFT. Counseling, computer and organizational skills. Driver’s license required.Travel Requirements: Generally, 40-60% in the field. 
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