Stabilization, Engagement & Prevention Coordinator
Website Catholic Charities Maine
A Mission to Provide Help, Hope, and Justice for All Mainers
Do you possess strong organizational, resourcing and communication skills? Are you seeking an opportunity to contribute in a way that makes a difference? Join Catholic Charities of Maine, in our pursuit to provide help and create hope in Maine.
Catholic Charities Maine Behavioral Health Network in Portland has a Full-Time opening for a Stabilization, Engagement & Prevention Coordinator (SEPC). The Stabilization, Engagement & Prevention Coordinator (SEPC) is a member of the Community Access, Resources and Engagement (CARES) Team who provides care coordination, assessment, stabilization, prevention, and outreach supports to members enrolled in any BHN service. As a member of the CARES Team, the SEPC, in collaboration with the CARES and BHN teams, assists with assessment, obtaining and provisioning services, engagement, stabilization, prevention education and awareness, maintaining documentation, outreach toward service access and re-engagement, meeting basic needs, advocacy, brief solution focused counseling, and maintaining documentation as well as exercising sound clinical judgment. Responsibilities for the client group include twenty-four (24) hour, seven (7) day per week coverage shared with other team members. The work is done primarily in the client’s residences and involves travel and meetings throughout the Greater Portland area.
- A minimum of a Master’s degree in clinical professional counseling, social work or a closely related field.
- Must be certified (or eligible for certification) as a Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician/Community (MHRT/C and/or MHRT/CSP).
- Hold a conditional or full clinical license (LCPC, LCPC-C, LCSW, LMSW-C), CADC, CRMA and CPI Train the Trainer Certification or achieved within 6-months of hire.
- Minimum of two (2) years of work experience with people with severe and persistent mental illness, at least one (1) of which is in a community setting.
- Experience serving individuals and families affected by addiction, trauma and stabilization are a plus.
- Training in crisis management and stabilization is required or to be achieved within 6-months of hire.
- Within 6-months of hire will train in and perform Narcan response training in accordance with the Narcan protocol.
- A choice of three (3) comprehensive medical plans
- Dental & Vision Insurance options
- Short- and long-term disability, life insurance (employer paid!)
- Accident & Critical Illness insurance with a paid Be-Well Benefit (optional)
- Six (6) weeks of Earned Time (first year!) plus an additional six (6) paid agency holidays!
- Bereavement Time off
- Employee Assistance Plan
- Mileage Reimbursement
- 401k agency contribution after 1 year employment
- Wellness reimbursement – Up to $100 per year on health and wellness purchases!
- 10% Employee discount on childcare at our Catholic Charities Child Development Centers (Portland and Biddeford)
- ADP LifeMart Employee Discount program
You may apply directly on our Career Center or send your resume and cover letter via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (207-523-2789), or mail to Human Resources Office, Catholic Charities Maine P.O. Box 10660, Portland, ME 04104.
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