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Child Case Manager

West Central Behavioral Health

For 40 years, West Central has provided community based mental health care provider for New Hampshire's Sullivan County and the Upper Valley. 

Are you looking for a rewarding position where you can change lives?

Do you enjoy working with children?

As a child case manager at West Central Behavioral Health you can change a child's life West Central is the nonprofit community mental health care provider for Sullivan County and the Upper Valley, ensuring access to advanced counseling, treatment, and support for people of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay.

By joining our established team of dedicated professionals, you will be helping children and their families living with mental illness, by providing services in the community and office-based treatment through case management, skills training, psycho-education and professional support focused on assisting consumers in working toward their practices throughout the Sullivan County.

  • Bachelor’s Degree (will consider near-graduates and those with an AA degree in an appropriate filed and related work experience)
  • Excellent driving record
  • Reliable and insured vehicle
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Case management experience helpful
  • The knowledge of social work, psychology and human services
  • Provide case management, IROS, and IMR services to assigned case load, both in the office and community sites in keeping with agency and program missions so that their community tenure and quality of life is improved.
  • Assist clients in managing daily problems and stresses, developing a new life structure via work or other meaningful activities, addressing and developing life and illness management skills, and providing family education and support.
  • Coordination of services with other agencies, application and management of benefits, developing and implementing a treatment plan reflecting an outcome orientated and function based philosophy.
  • Work as a team member with other case managers in the Child Program to ensure that comprehensive and quality care is provided to clients at all times.
  • Maintain all documentation that is required in a complete and timely manner.
  • Provide all clinical services in ways that are outcome orientated, recovery based philosophy that is both effective and efficient.
  • Attend and participate in staff supervision/training and attend clinical case presentation to assist in treatment planning and problem solving.
How to Apply:

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Date Added: August 24, 2017

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