Program Supervisor - Family Resource Center
Provide Comprehensive Mental Health Assessments, including the Family Strengths and Need Assessment (FSNA); short term treatment; and Care Planning to Youth and Families of the Family Resource Center (FRC).
Essential Job Functions
- Complete diagnostic mental health/substance abuse assessment and provide treatment in individual, family and group.
- Provide FSNA assessment to each family referred.
- Provide referral services to appropriate services as indicated by the clinical Assessment and the FSNA
- Deliver treatment and assessment on to families and youth at the FRC and in the families’ home if indicated
- Deliver treatment in sub-contractors facilities and the designated Family Resource Center
- Develop a Care Plan and Family Support Plan for all Children Requiring Assistance (CRA) referred Youth
- Maintain client records, completing all necessary paperwork in a timely manner including required State documents and authorizations
- Coordinate treatment components and communicate with all collateral agents and The Contractors for FRC.
- Follow policies of the FRC and the Lead Agency administering the FRC RFR.
- Provide treatment, if needed, within guidelines established by the Brien Center and the FRC
- Follow all policies or the Brien Center and the FRCs
- Provide consultation to community agencies on mental health/substance abuse issues upon request
- Consult to sub-contractors on treatment planning
- Provide Wraparound care planning for all youth and families
- Participate in Milieu activities are indicated by the FRC.
- Provide supervision to the Family Partner
- Provide consultation and clinical oversight to the FRC
- Maintain client records, completing all necessary paperwork in a timely manner
- Maintain required productivity level
- Complete all documentation and reporting to the State as directed by the FRC
- Participate in regularly scheduled supervision
- Consultation and supervision to BA level staff, Family Partners, Family Support Workers and/or graduate or undergraduate students
- Attend required meetings and agency trainings
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor and the FRC
- Current licensure LCSW, LMHC, or LICSW required
- CANS certification is required within first week of employment
- Experience working with Children and their Families in a clinical setting
- Diagnostic and treatment knowledge and skill
- Knowledge of services and human service agencies in Berkshire County
- Extensive knowledge of the dynamics of mental health/substance abuse treatment, intervention and education
- Experience in providing individual and group mental health/substance abuse and family counseling
- Knowledge of community resources
- Ability to work on interdisciplinary team
- Excellent oral & presentation skills
- Leadership talent and the ability to delegate effectively
- Working knowledge of computers
- Knowledge of community resources
- Support and maintain the principles and policies of the agency and of the FRC
- Flexibly respond to program scheduling needs, this may include some evening work to meet the needs of families and of the FRC
- Communicate a sense of hopefulness and respect for consumer rights, including Family and Youth Voice and Choice
- Represent the agency in a professional manner in all community contacts
- Demonstrate a commitment to the Agency’s mission, the mission of the FRC and community mental health principles
- Works in office; temperature regulated and outreach sites including client’s homes and sub- contractors buildings
- Facilitate groups in other community locations
- Manual & visual dexterity; correctable
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions