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Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub
Cold Spring, New York, United States (hybrid)
7 days ago
Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub
Cold Spring, New York, United States
(hybrid)
7 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Salary
$55,000.00 - $55,000.00
Industry
Mental Health
Min Experience
2-3 Years
Min Education
Master's Degree
Required Travel
0-10%
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
Case Manager

Description

LOCATION: New York State: Mid-Hudson Valley Region Putnam County (Philipstown / Cold Spring)

SALARY: $55,000

START DATE: August 5, 2024 (Preferred)

WHO ARE WE?

Known as “The Hub”, the Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub is a recognized non-profit organization that provides local access to behavioral health and addiction resources in Putnam County, NY (Philipstown region).

Over the past decade, the region has lost many lives to fatal overdoses. Many more residents struggle with issues related to depression, anxiety and addiction. Despite the severity of this crisis, local residents have difficulty finding and accessing critical treatment and prevention resources, many of which are located outside the community.  We are finding that this is particularly true for children in need of in-person appointments.

The Hub was created to give residents a place to turn for local access to these resources. The Hub provides a single point of entry to behavioral health and addiction programs, services and education within the greater Philipstown area.

The Hub is young, just approaching its fifth anniversary.  At this time, however, The Hub is preparing to expand its work in many ways, including more space for programming.  These new opportunities require additional enthusiastic and committed staff members!

HOW DO WE DO THIS?

  1. We coordinate resources among service providers, to ensure that our residents can get the help they need and no one slips through the cracks.

  2. We host events to educate the community, raise awareness, and reduce stigma associated with issues of mental health and addiction.

  3. We partner with community-based entities, such as local school districts, businesses, law enforcement, medical providers and non-profits to create innovative programming.

WHO ARE YOU?

The Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub runs on passion.  You have a passion for helping people to help themselves and/or their families through crises, and you are comfortable working with people from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds.  You understand how diversity characterizes and shapes the human experience.  Specifically, you are interested in mental health issues and in the challenges facing individuals with addictions.  

You want to deliver high-quality behavioral health care to the community, and you are proud to participate in the effort to incorporate and sustain best practices regarding clinical and non-clinical care within an organization.

You enjoy work that challenges you on a daily basis and allows you to fully educate and engage both with client-participants and the broader community, including various organizations and institutions.  You are responsible, organized, effective, and efficient.  You are able to perform multiple assignments simultaneously.  

You welcome the opportunity to expand the capacity of an organization in delivering the best service to its clients through quality grant-funded programming and services, and you understand the need for evidence-based strategies to achieve positive outcomes.

You appreciate working with talented colleagues as passionately dedicated to compassionate excellence as you are. You have great communication skills (effective/active listening, verbal and written), and you have the ability to deal tactfully and diplomatically with other Hub employees, Federal, State, and City officials, professional and technical groups, clients, and the general public.

WHAT IS THE POSITION?

The COMMUNITY & CRISIS CARE COORDINATOR (“CCC”) is a new position at The Hub, reporting to the Executive Director and working with other Care Coordinators. 

  • The CCC is responsible for the management of assistance given to client-participants and matters pertaining to that assistance.  This includes (a) direct support for the work of each care coordinator; (b) being available for consultation with care coordinators in real time; and (c) taking an active collaborative role in cases with some complexity or urgency.  This also includes (a) ensuring positive and effective working relationships with referral entities by knowing their range of services and their expectations regarding the referral process; (b) monitoring and facilitating discharge planning and after-care for participants, as appropriate or necessary; and (c) ensuring the timeliness of The Hub’s follow-through.

  • The CCC is responsible for facilitating effective client-participant data collection, monitoring/reviewing the integrity of this data, and generating reports as needed.  This includes keeping the Executive Director apprised of all current cases in the manner and level of detail requested, as well as ensuring that difficult situations are communicated in real time to the Executive Director.  This also includes participation in case conferences, training, workshops and seminars, as well as meetings with peers as appropriate.

  • The CCC is responsible for initiating, executing and/or sustaining organized activities and programs involving client-participants, community members and community-based organizations and/or institutions.  This includes (a) the generation of ideas for additional services and/or modifications to our existing services and systems; and (b) suggesting best practices regarding consumer satisfaction and client outcomes.

  • The CCC is responsible for researching and generating material to be used in grant proposals relevant to client-participant care and/or Hub programs, activities and events.

WHAT DO WE OFFER?

  • Salary of $55,000 (annual).

  • Flexible scheduling for work-life balance.

  • Health plan

  • Paid Time Off:  

    • 10 vacation days (accrued)

    • 5 days of sick leave (accrued)

    • 13 Hub holidays (including one floating holiday)

  • Family Leave (12 Weeks; Eligibility Dependent)

  • Transportation reimbursement (mileage based) + $365 per anniversary year.

  • Professional development.

  • Opportunity for advancement.

The Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub does not discriminate against any employee, prospective employee or contractor because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, creed, age, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, genetic predisposition, domestic violence victim status, criminal conviction history or any other protected classification under federal, state or local law.

We value diversity and seek actively to build an inclusive applicant pool and pursue a thoughtful hiring process, including a diverse hiring committee, carefully designed interview questions, and mindfulness about unconscious biases.

How to Apply:

  • No later than May 30, 2024, please send a cover letter (no more than three pages) and your resume via email to the Board Search Committee at careers@philipstownhub.org. Please include “HUB-CCC” in the subject line of the email.  

  • For regular mail submissions (postmarked no later than May 28, 2024), send the hard copies to Philipstown Hub, 5 Stone Street, PO Box 317, Cold Spring, NY 10516  Attn:  Board Search Committee.



Requirements

WHAT ARE YOUR QUALIFICATIONS?

  • You possess a Master's degree in social work, psychology, psychiatry, counseling or a related field.

  • You have earned one or more of the following license designations: LCSW, LICSW, LMHC, LMSW, CASAC, or equivalent experience and/or licensing.

  • You have at least two (2) years of relevant experience, including community mental health, addictions/substance abuse, and crisis intervention.  (Previous experience within Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland or Westchester Counties is preferred, but not required.)

  • You are familiar and comfortable with individuals from various cultural backgrounds.

  • You are sensitive to the fundamental components of recovery, in a person- and family-centered approach that incorporates cultural appropriateness.

  • You have a valid driver’s license.

  • You own or have regular access to a vehicle.

  • You are able to work some evening and weekend hours.

  • Residence:  Ideally, you reside in either southern New York State, northern New Jersey, or southern Connecticut.

  • “Lived experience” is preferred but not required.

  • Languages:  English, Spanish (preferred but not required)

Job ID: 73493386
Healthcare / Health Services
Cold Spring , NY , US

Known as “The Hub”, the Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub is a recognized non-profit organization that provides local access to behavioral health and addiction resources in Putnam County, NY (Philipstown region). Over the past decade, the region has lost many lives to fatal overdoses. Many more residents struggle with issues related to depression, anxiety and addiction. Despite the severity of this crisis, local residents have difficulty finding and accessing critical treatment and prevention resources, many of which are ...

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