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Supportive Employment Specialist

Lakes Region Mental Health Center

Lakes Region Mental Health Center (LRMHC) is the community mental health center serving Belknap and southern Grafton Counties. We provide services to 24 surrounding towns, and nearly 4,000 patients each year. A non-profit, private corporation founded in 1966, Lakes Region Mental Health Center is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors dedicated to our mission.  We provide integrated mental and physical health care to children, adults, elders and their families who are living with – and recovering from- mental illness and/or emotional distress. Our dedicated professionals provide the highest quality of healthcare and collaborate with many other organizations in the region to improve access to care and meet the mental health needs of the community. By working in partnership with other health care providers, hospitals, law enforcement, corrections, courts, school districts, social workers and public health officials, we are able to provide a continuum of care for our patients and improve the quality of life in the Lakes Region.

To provide direct individual services for patients in the Supported Employment Program with a rehabilitative focus.   Interfaces with the community and within the agency to ensure optimum quality and comprehensiveness of services.


Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services area with emphasis in mental health and/or vocational rehabilitation.


1 to 2 years’ experience; other combinations of education and experience may be substituted. Also must meet qualifications to provide independent living services as well as maintain personal auto insurance.

Licenses/Certifications:   Valid driver’s license.

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Date Added: June 20, 2022

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