The Mental Health Association of Westchester (MHA) is a community-based not-for-profit committed to recovery-focused mental health services through advocacy, community education and direct services. We are recognized as the leader in Westchester in providing person-centered services that involve collaborating with each individual to achieve his or her goals.
MHA offers a range of treatment and support services that are person-centered, recovery-oriented, and individualized to promote recovery and wellness. MHA reaches out to families and individuals by providing services in their homes, nursing homes, homeless shelters and other community sites. Our staff support recovery by providing services that reflect our deeply held values that include the recognition of individual rights of self-determination, choice, shared decision-making and collaboration. When possible we will utilize evidence-based practices; always embracing a trauma-informed and person-centered approach.
We are currently seeking candidates for a Full-Time Individualized Care Coordinator to work in to work in our Home and Community Based Services Waiver Program.
The Individualized Care Coordinator is responsible for providing clinical case management and home-based services to children who are emotionally disturbed in Westchester County. He/She follows an integrated, strength-based model with strong parental involvement to support a community plan. The Individualized Care Coordinator must establish and maintain the highest of professional standards and be willing to work autonomously following a period of training. Ability to master an electronic record system, meet deadlines and productivity targets and willingness to grow and change are musts.
The Individualized Care Coordinator must have a Master’s Degree in a human services field, preferably social work, with at least two years of experience in providing direct services to or in linking children with serious emotional experience to services OR a Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field and four years experience in providing direct services or linking children with serious emotional disturbance to a broad array of services. In addition, the ICC must have training in mental health diagnosis, suicide assessment, psychopharmacology, crisis intervention techniques and available community resources.
Ability to master an electronic record system, meet deadlines and productivity targets and willingness to grow and change are musts.
The ICC must have a valid driver’s license, car, and meet MHA guidelines to drive agency vehicles. Basic computer skills are required. Candidates must consent to Fingerprinting and a Criminal History Information Records search.
We offer a professional yet relaxed working environment, providing room for personal growth as well as career advancement. Our benefit package is generous and flexible. And, we offer flexible work schedules, making MHA one of the most family-friendly places you could work!
To apply, please send your resume by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with MHA EMPLOYMENT as the subject line of the e-mail. EOE