|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Department:||Crisis Response Team|
|Description:||Join us in making a difference.|
As a non-profit with a mission, we provide an excellent working environment, solid benefits, and the opportunity to help others -- all while advancing your career. Simply put, Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network is a great place to work. If you are passionate about what you do and want to make a difference, read on.
Join our team. Here's why:
Through the years, Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network has become a name people trust in our community. We offer children, adolescents, adults, families, seniors, and other individuals the options they need to get better sooner. As a private, non-profit provider of professional, confidential, quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services, we have served the community for more than 56 years.
Our comprehensive network of services allows us to effectively meet a wide range of needs, ranging from outpatient services to programs for severe chronic mental illness. As a result, there's a wide range of opportunities here at Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network.
Work among experienced, knowledgeable and caring staff.
Join our team of more than 300 staff, including some of the top psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, licensed clinical social workers, Master's-level counselors and therapists, case managers, and vocational counselors in the area - all committed to providing the best care available. Besides the stimulation of working with other high-level professionals, you'll enjoy a warm staff atmosphere, generous benefits, amazing all-staff parties and more. Learn more, and consider joining us.
Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network is expanding and seeking a full-time licensed Manager to oversee clinical and administrative operations of the agency's Crisis Response Team (CRT). CRT provides 24/7 intervention, support, and assessment to individuals experiencing mental health crises in the community. Responsibilities include administrative and clinical supervision, oversight of day-to-day operations including clinical interventions and assessments, schedules, utilization management, budget management, staff training, and enhancing community partnerships. Ideal candidate will be team-oriented, hands-on, and strong in developing teams with competency in emergency clinical assessment, diagnosis, and therapeutic interventions. History of leadership in managed care environments required. Three years experience on crisis response teams, Master's degree and Colorado clinical licensure (LPC, LCSW, LMFT) required.
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