at Community Health Associates in Yuma, Arizona, United States
- Complete intake assessments for new members and assessment updates for existing members.
- Directly responsible for delivery of services to enrolled members in conformance with accepted clinical practice and the agency’s program definition and policies.
- Complete a minimum of 1 hour of clinical supervision for every 40 hours of work as required by state law, with a focus on case reviews, cross-training team functioning/integration and facilitation skill enhancement.
- Use ADHS Practice Guidelines and best practices when delivering services as determined by Adult Clinical Teams and/or Child and Family Teams.
- As appropriate, schedule, facilitate, or participate in Adult Clinical Teams and/or Child and Family Team staffing’s/meetings.
- Attend and actively contribute to weekly staff and training meetings, including Admissions Team and Quality Circle meetings.
- Document (verbal/written) and submit significant and routine paperwork such as DAP progress notes, statistical reports, daily activities, special concerns, and incident reports, as required by the program, and submit to supervisor on a timely basis.
- Provide varied verbal and physical crisis intervention and counseling support as needed.
- Provide groups, and/or case management in office or out-of-office settings in accordance with and sensitive to the consumer/family’s preferences and culture
- Evaluate and continually monitor member/family progress in meeting goals and anticipated outcomes; as needed.
- Document and report to the Administrator(s) all suspected incidents of child abuse, neglect, and abandonment as required by state law.