Job Overview: Do you want to work in a fun, meaningful, family-oriented environment with a diverse group of colleagues and an excellent supportive network? Do you want to work with an impressive multi-disciplinary team to help provide case management services for the Transitional Age Youth groups (16-25)? Then you’ve come to the right place! AARS Mental Health Case Managers support people in our community who are impacted by mental health issues, many of whom are affected by substance use and trauma. We are the first line of support when community members get released from the criminal justice system and emergency psychiatric services. Our team supports our community by providing compassionate, integrated, whole-person care. HealthRIGHT 360/AARS is a place for people to grow and be their best selves. Our team has an open mind to new ideas and models. We value a team who is close knit and can contribute towards a supportive, fun and positive work environment.
Key Responsibilities: Provides targeted case management services at the clinic/agency site, in the community or in-home to our Transitional Age Youth clients (TAY) from ages 16-25. Maintains timely impeccable documentation of services in agency’s Electronic Health Record system (Welligent) using Short-Doyle Medi-cal documentation. Works within a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, peer mentors, clinical supervisors, psychiatrists, case managers and intake coordinators. Maintain positive working relationships with outside providers, community-based organizations and our County funders. Utilize evidence based practices and models. Adhere to State, Agency, County requirements relating to processes, documentation, productivity and quality improvement. Provide targeted case management services as appropriate in the community and at the agency site as assigned. Facilitate and support clients’ movement throughout the program with particular attention to need of ancillary resources and progress toward meeting goals outlined in treatment plans. Facilitates orientations, coordinates care with client and key stakeholders, assists in providing client education and support clients at external appointments. Participate in development of discharge plans and levels of care including extension requests based on need. Attends required trainings and meetings. Plans and facilitates client celebrations and special events as assigned. May be asked to work on a weekend or during after-hours for crisis stabilization, home visits, community education, resource fairs, outreach and special events. Properly documents all case management sessions and attempts to contact in a timely manner. Maintains accurate records by data entering documentation into various electronic systems for all caseload clients in accordance with guidelines established by HealthRIGHT 360 to satisfy internal and external evaluating requirements. Will participate in Peer Chart/ Utilization Reviews for preparation of program audits.