The Care Coordinator is responsible for providing supports to families as an adjunct to the clinical treatment.
Coordinate care with the school (including related therapies such as speech, occupational and physical therapies), other providers and service systems, at time of admission to IBHS and throughout the course of care to discharge
Engage children, families and significant persons in a collaborative relationship to promote positive outcomes
Administer agency’s Social Determinants of Health scale for every IBHS family
Identify individual family needs and work to connect families to supports and resources in the school and in the community
Work with school counselor in the process of resource mapping
Collaborate with relevant systems (i.e. Juvenile Justice, Department of Human Services, etc.) to ensure timely referral and access to services
Work in conjunction with the school and family to support a
youth’s successful transition into and back from out-of-school placements
Participate in individual treatment planning (ITP) process as an active member of the treatment team
Implement ITP goals related to retention and re-engaging child, youth or young adult with IBHS when needed
Attend inter-agency and multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) meetings as needed
Utilize Electronic Health Record, myAvatar, to document all youth and family contact via a independent note
Collaborate with School District and community partners (i.e. STEP) in the implementation of IBHS to ensure continuity of care
Participate in all mandatory supervision and ongoing trainings as indicated by the Division and in compliance with IBHS and CBH regulations.
Special working conditions could cover a range of working outside of conventional 9am-5pm hours to include occasional on-call circumstances of evening and weekend work, working outdoors, working with challenging program participants, and so forth.
Examples of physical requirements include standing or sitting for extended periods, occasional lifting of light objects (up to 20 pounds), do repetitive tasks with few breaks, requirements to bend, stoop, reach and so forth. The use of arm and/or leg control requires force greater than sedentary, but worker still sits majority of time.
see required education
Bachelor’s degree in a social services field with at least two (2) years of previous work experience in a children’s program.
see required education
The RHD Intensive Behavioral Health Services Team (IBHS), a program of Resources for Human Development, Inc. support children, youth and young adults with mental, emotional, and behavioral health needs. These services are offered in their homes, schools and communities.
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.