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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Care Coordinator/ Licensed Clinician

  9/17/2018   New Alternatives
 Job Description        

•Responsible to ensure assigned medical records comply with all State and County mandates regarding implementation of CCYP services; •Participates in case consultation with LNV/RNs and contracted Psychiatrist as needed. •Remain available to assist with crisis assessment and intervention at CCYP locations as needed. •CC is responsible for completing a thorough assessment of need with youth and family to identify needs in the following areas: Primary Care physician, Substance Abuse treatment, support and/or treatment for domestic violence, medication management, therapy services, behavioral services, educational advocacy, and parenting education and support. •Provide crisis stabilization and interventions as needed by child, youth or family •Utilize effective collaboration with community providers to increase youth and family follow through with referred services. •Participate in trainings, exhibit competency in the following evidence based & promising practices: TIC, MI, WRAP



Bilingual/Bicultural preferred. Educational Requirements: Master’s degree in social work, marriage and family counseling or other field of study that qualifies for licensure in the State of California. Licensure/Certification Requirements: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or a License Clinical Psychologist. Current California License required. Please do not apply if you are not licensed in California. Other Experience Requirements: A minimum of two years’ experience working with youth and families, and working with multidisciplinary teams.


 Additional Information        

The Center for Child and Youth Psychiatry is a new and innovative County-contracted program that will begin providing services July 1, 2018. This Program will provide medication evaluation and monitoring to Medi-Cal and unfunded children and youth in San Diego County. Crisis stabilization, Case Management and linkages will be provided through this program that will also serve a medically-fragile population that struggles with mental health challenges. Services will be regionalized and often performed through tele-psychiatry services. NAI is looking for dedicated, enthusiastic and flexible team players who have excellent written and verbal communication skills. **Pay ranges will be discussed with qualified candidates upon receipt of resume. To apply: fax or email resume & cover letter to info provided.


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