Tri-County Mental Health Services - Career Opportunities

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42 Career Opportunities at Tri-County Mental Health Services


Under the general supervision of the assigned Program Clinical Supervisor and the Manager of ACT and in coordination with a multi-disciplinary team, the ACT Team Certified Intentional Peer Support Specialist (Peer Support Specialist) provides peer support services and consumer information for participants in the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program. This position performs a wide range of tasks to assist participants in regaining control over their own lives and over their own recovery process. By applying the tools the Peer Support Specialist has developed in his or her own recovery, as well as the philosophy and values of Intentional Peer Support, the Peer Support Specialist will build a connection, consider worldview, maintain mutuality and move towards a new way of being within the new relationship with the participant. The Peer Support Specialist will also collaborate, coach and challenge participants in viewing crisis as an opportunity for growth and change. The Peer Support Specialist will also work in conjunction with other members of the ACT Team, providing support as needed.

Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) - Enhance your career and expand your expertise as an Integrated Primary Care (IPC) Clinician! Tri-County Mental Health Services partners with Central Maine Health Care to provide Behavioral Health counseling and coaching in primary care offices! As an Integrated Primary Care (IPC) Clinician you will: collaborate with a comprehensive team of professionals, integrate your clinical expertise in a primary care setting, and build healthy communities.

Undergraduate Student Internship - Occupational Therapy Assistant

Under the direction of a Program Clinical Supervisor, the Clinician is responsible for providing professional therapeutic mental health services and consultation to local agencies and other professionals in the community.

Under the general supervision of the Supervisory Office Manager, the Support Staff position is responsible for secretarial and general clerical duties assisting in the operations of the department.

Use the knowledge gained through your own recovery process to provide patient, caring, and compassionate services to our consumers. As a Peer Support Specialist you will help consumers though connections that: Build knowledge and skills Model relationship building, respect, trust and sensitivity Share experience to offer hope and reassurance Link to community and natural supports

ACT Case Manager - 85
Lewiston, ME04240
Under the direction of a Program Clinical Supervisor and the Manager of ACT the ACT Case Manager is responsible for assisting persons with chronic mental health problems by providing rehabilitative and treatment services as well as environmental supports that promote the integration of the consumer into the community, sustain the consumer in his/her current living situation or another living situation of his/her choice, and enhance the quality of his/her life.

Multi-Systemic Home Based Therapy Program (MST) - A family-oriented, home-based program for children, adolescents and families affected by emotional and behavioral difficulties. The #1 rated evidence-based practice in the nation for at-risk youth! We are looking to hire a full-time MST Counselor. In this position you would be charged with providing home-based, short-term, intensive family-oriented clinical intervention for families where a child is at risk of removal from the home or is returning to her/his home. Working with each youth across his/her many settings (family, peer, school, neighborhood), you will identify and utilize the strengths of each system in order to encourage behavior change. Flexible workweek and quality supervision provided!

Use your communication skills to provide patient, caring, and compassionate service to our consumers. As a Health Home Coordinator you will help others advocate for themselves by developing a holistic plan that: identifies strengths and sets goals, improves whole health and wellness, facilitates coordination of care, develops natural supports, provides linkage to community resources and services, collaborates with families and providers, and develops systems of support to help manage symptoms. The Behavioral Health Homes model is a team approach to integrating care across all aspects of physical and mental health. The Health Home Coordinator will work with a Clinical Supervisor, Nurse Care Manager, Psychiatric provider, and a Peer Support Specialist to support the success of our consumers in leading a self-directed life and reaching their full potential. Through the use of a shared Electronic Health Record; participation in team meetings and case reviews; inter-agency and intra-agency meetings; and group and individual supervision, the Health Home Coordinator acts to link individuals to community resources that support their unique needs and goals.

Under the direction of a Program Clinical Supervisor and the Manager of ACT the ACT Case Manager/Substance Use Disorder Counselor is responsible for assisting persons with chronic mental health problems by providing rehabilitative and treatment services as well as environmental supports that promote the integration of the consumer into the community, sustain the consumer in his/her current living situation or another living situation of his/her choice, and enhance the quality of his/her life. The ACT Case Manager/Substance Use Disorder Counselor will also assess and evaluate consumers for substance use disorder and mental health issues and provide individual and group education and counseling sessions.

Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) - Enhance your career and expand your expertise as an Integrated Primary Care (IPC) Clinician! Tri-County Mental Health Services partners with Central Maine Health Care to provide Behavioral Health counseling and coaching in primary care offices! As an Integrated Primary Care (IPC) Clinician you will: collaborate with a comprehensive team of professionals, integrate your clinical expertise in a primary care setting, and build healthy communities.

Use your communication skills to provide patient, caring, and compassionate service to our consumers. As a Health Home Coordinator you will help others advocate for themselves by developing a holistic plan that: identifies strengths and sets goals, improves whole health and wellness, facilitates coordination of care, develops natural supports, provides linkage to community resources and services, collaborates with families and providers, and develops systems of support to help manage symptoms. The Behavioral Health Homes model is a team approach to integrating care across all aspects of physical and mental health. The Health Home Coordinator will work with a Clinical Supervisor, Nurse Care Manager, Psychiatric provider, and a Peer Support Specialist to support the success of our consumers in leading a self-directed life and reaching their full potential. Through the use of a shared Electronic Health Record; participation in team meetings and case reviews; inter-agency and intra-agency meetings; and group and individual supervision, the Health Home Coordinator acts to link individuals to community resources that support their unique needs and goals.

Use your communication skills to provide patient, caring, and compassionate service to our consumers. As a Health Home Coordinator you will help others advocate for themselves by developing a holistic plan that: identifies strengths and sets goals, improves whole health and wellness, facilitates coordination of care, develops natural supports, provides linkage to community resources and services, collaborates with families and providers, and develops systems of support to help manage symptoms. The Behavioral Health Homes model is a team approach to integrating care across all aspects of physical and mental health. The Health Home Coordinator will work with a Clinical Supervisor, Nurse Care Manager, Psychiatric provider, and a Peer Support Specialist to support the success of our consumers in leading a self-directed life and reaching their full potential. Through the use of a shared Electronic Health Record; participation in team meetings and case reviews; inter-agency and intra-agency meetings; and group and individual supervision, the Health Home Coordinator acts to link individuals to community resources that support their unique needs and goals.

When you join the Operations team at Tri-County Mental Health Services, you will be making a difference in the lives of others! Our operations support team works together to not only ensure that the day-to-day operations of our main office run smoothly, but to also to support one another as a team and an agency. Responsibilities of the job include answering the phone, scheduling appointments, greeting and directing our consumers and visitors, but also will also offer new and exciting opportunities to learn, grow, and improve the quality of the services we provide. You will utilize our Electronic Health Record, interact with and support our clinicians and providers, and be a part of our caring team of professionals. If you are looking for a rewarding career, working with a great team, that will give you the opportunity to learn, grow and help others in our community, then being a Operations Support at Tri-County is an excellent opportunity for you!

Use the knowledge gained through your own recovery process to provide patient, caring, and compassionate services to our consumers. As a Peer Support Specialist you will help consumers though connections that: Build knowledge and skills Model relationship building, respect, trust and sensitivity Share experience to offer hope and reassurance Link to community and natural supports Challenge them to live independently through recovery The Behavioral Health Homes model is a team approach to integrating care across all aspects of physical and mental health. The Peer Support Specialist will work with a Clinical Supervisor, Nurse Care Manager, Psychiatric provider, and a Health Home Coordinator to support the success of our consumers in leading a self-directed life and reaching their full potential. Through the use of a shared Electronic Health Record; participation in team meetings and case reviews; inter-agency and intra-agency meetings; and group and individual supervision, the Peer Support Specialist offers hope through sharing their own recovery journey. Part-time position - 25 hours/week

Under the direction of a Clinical Program Supervisor and assigned Manager, the Health Home Coordinator is responsible for assisting persons with serious and persistent mental illness and/or children with serious emotional disturbance and their families by providing rehabilitative and treatment services as well as environmental supports that promote the integration of the consumer into the community, sustain the consumer in his/her current living situation or another living situation of his/her choice, and enhance the quality of his/her life. Bachelor's degree in a related field required for Child HHC and MHRT/C eligibility required for Adult HHC.

Under the direction of the assigned Program Clinical Supervisor, the Community Rehabilitation Services Worker is responsible for providing direct care services to consumers served by the Community Rehabilitation Services (CRS) team. Part-time (20 hours/week)

Under the direction of the Psychiatric Medical Director, the Psychiatrist is responsible for direct and indirect outpatient care to adults presenting with mental illness. This will include assessment, development of the plan of treatment, participation in on-going psychiatric medical management, recommendation of consultations and referrals, and participation in discharge planning.

As a Graduate Level Social Work/Counseling Intern you will have the opportunity work with consumers on our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team. The ACT team helps adults living with chronic and severe mental health issues. We believe in empowerment and independence, and seek to provide the least restrictive level of care that supports recovery. You will work with a clinical supervisor to identify your learning objectives, and gain knowledge and skills in the assessment, planning and treatment of our consumers.

Use the knowledge gained through your own recovery process to provide patient, caring, and compassionate services to our consumers. As a Peer Support Specialist you will help consumers though connections that: Build knowledge and skills Model relationship building, respect, trust and sensitivity Share experience to offer hope and reassurance Link to community and natural supports Challenge them to live independently through recovery The Behavioral Health Homes model is a team approach to integrating care across all aspects of physical and mental health. The Peer Support Specialist will work with a Clinical Supervisor, Nurse Care Manager, Psychiatric provider, and a Health Home Coordinator to support the success of our consumers in leading a self-directed life and reaching their full potential. Through the use of a shared Electronic Health Record; participation in team meetings and case reviews; inter-agency and intra-agency meetings; and group and individual supervision, the Peer Support Specialist offers hope through sharing their own recovery journey.

Graduate Level Internship in Occupational Therapy.

Under the direction of a Program Team Lead, the Clinician is responsible for providing professional therapeutic mental health services and consultation to local agencies and other professionals in the community.

As a Graduate Level Social Work/Counseling Intern you will have the opportunity work with consumers in our Outpatient Services program. You will work with a clinical supervisor to identify your learning objectives, and gain knowledge and skills in the assessment, planning and treatment of our consumers.

As a Graduate Level Social Work/Counseling Intern you will have the opportunity work with consumers in our Outpatient Services program. You will work with a clinical supervisor to identify your learning objectives, and gain knowledge and skills in the assessment, planning and treatment of our consumers.

As a Graduate Level Social Work/Counseling Intern you will have the opportunity work with consumers in our Outpatient Services program. You will work with a clinical supervisor to identify your learning objectives, and gain knowledge and skills in the assessment, planning and treatment of our consumers.

Under the direction of a Program Clinical Supervisor, the Clinician is responsible for providing professional therapeutic mental health services and consultation to local agencies and other professionals in the community.

This position serves as a crucial member of our Community Housing Team providing information and peer support within residential and community settings. This individual performs a wide range of tasks to assist participants in regaining control over their own lives and over their own recovery process. By applying the tools the Peer Support Specialist has developed in her/his own recovery, as well as the philosophy and values of Intentional Peer Support, the Peer Support Specialist will build a connection, consider worldview, maintain mutuality and move towards a new way of being within the new relationship with the participant. The Peer Support Specialist will also collaborate, coach and challenge participants in viewing crisis as an opportunity for growth and change.

Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) - Enhance your career and expand your expertise as an Integrated Primary Care (IPC) Clinician! Tri-County Mental Health Services partners with Central Maine Health Care to provide Behavioral Health counseling and coaching in primary care offices! As an Integrated Primary Care (IPC) Clinician you will: collaborate with a comprehensive team of professionals, integrate your clinical expertise in a primary care setting, and build healthy communities. **$5,000 Sign-On Bonus is payable upon successful completion of 90-day introductory period.**

An energetic and talented professional is needed to provide clinical supervision and direction for our Rumford community residential program which offers recovery-focused, trauma-sensitive treatment and support for people with serious mental illness. The qualified candidate will be charged with responsibility for oversight and implementation of treatment delivery--to include service planning and review, clinical supervision and teaching, and clinical problem solving--and must possess solid teaching and interpersonal skills with sound clinical knowledge and insight. She/he will be a team player who enjoys the challenge, has a sense of humor, is creative and open to new ideas, and offers dynamic support to staff and clients.

An excellent opportunity is currently available for a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to provide nursing services, direct support services, and skill instruction to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities for the greatest degree of independence possible in their homes and communities. Members of our highly skilled staff support the right to self-determination and promote physical and emotional well-being, self-esteem and personal enrichment for all program participants. In our work we help individuals understand that they can control their own environments, participate more fully in life, and feel comfortable making decisions.

Join our team of caring professionals providing trauma-sensitive treatment to individuals in crisis. Primary responsibilities include lethality assessments of individuals in crisis for purposes of referral for in-patient services, community support services or other follow-up through telephone or face-to-face consultation. On-Call shifts for evenings, weekends and overnights available.

Use the knowledge gained through your own recovery process to provide patient, caring, and compassionate services to our consumers. As a Peer Support Specialist you will help consumers though connections that: Build knowledge and skills Model relationship building, respect, trust and sensitivity Share experience to offer hope and reassurance Link to community and natural supports Challenge them to live independently through recovery The Behavioral Health Homes model is a team approach to integrating care across all aspects of physical and mental health. The Peer Support Specialist will work with a Clinical Supervisor, Nurse Care Manager, Psychiatric provider, and a Health Home Coordinator to support the success of our consumers in leading a self-directed life and reaching their full potential. Through the use of a shared Electronic Health Record; participation in team meetings and case reviews; inter-agency and intra-agency meetings; and group and individual supervision, the Peer Support Specialist offers hope through sharing their own recovery journey.

Use the knowledge gained through your own recovery process to provide patient, caring, and compassionate services to our consumers. As a Peer Support Specialist you will help consumers though connections that: Build knowledge and skills Model relationship building, respect, trust and sensitivity Share experience to offer hope and reassurance Link to community and natural supports Challenge them to live independently through recovery The Behavioral Health Homes model is a team approach to integrating care across all aspects of physical and mental health. The Peer Support Specialist will work with a Clinical Supervisor, Nurse Care Manager, Psychiatric provider, and a Health Home Coordinator to support the success of our consumers in leading a self-directed life and reaching their full potential. Through the use of a shared Electronic Health Record; participation in team meetings and case reviews; inter-agency and intra-agency meetings; and group and individual supervision, the Peer Support Specialist offers hope through sharing their own recovery journey.

We have an exciting per-diem opportunity for a Recovery Coach in Bridgton on our Substance Use Disorder team. Recovery Coach is responsible for providing non-clinical, peer support to individuals in recovery from substance use disorder, including opioid use disorder, to help people stay engaged in recovery and reduce the likelihood of recurrence.

As a Residential Services Worker (RSW), you will provide direct service in our 24/7 residential program serving adults living with severe and persistent mental illness and medical issues. You will assist people to enhance their success in the community, while emphasizing individualized programming and supports. **Sign-On Bonus Available for Evening, Weekend and Overnight Positions - Inquire for Details**

As a Program Clinical Supervisor at Tri-County Mental Health Services you will be encouraged to utilize your clinical skills in the following ways: Clinical Supervision – encourage the professional growth of staff and ensure delivery of quality services to our consumers. Program Development – use your ideas and expertise for continued growth and innovation in the programming we offer. Health Promotion and Advocacy – encourage and promote whole health and wellness for staff and population served. Community Involvement – utilize your strengths in becoming a community liaison between TCMHS and other agencies/resources.

Reporting to the EHR/Patient Accounts Administrator and the Director of Operations, the Patient Accounts Specialist is responsible for processing Medicare, MaineCare and Commercial Insurance billing, payments and denials. This position requires overall knowledge of patient accounts, data entry and billing/receiving functions.

Under the direction of a Program Clinical Supervisor, the Clinician is responsible for providing professional therapeutic mental health services and consultation to local agencies and other professionals in the community.

Multi-Systemic Home Based Therapy Program (MST) - A family-oriented, home-based program for children, adolescents and families affected by emotional and behavioral difficulties. The #1 rated evidence-based practice in the nation for at-risk youth! We are looking to hire a full-time MST Counselor. In this position you would be charged with providing home-based, short-term, intensive family-oriented clinical intervention for families where a child is at risk of removal from the home or is returning to her/his home. Working with each youth across his/her many settings (family, peer, school, neighborhood), you will identify and utilize the strengths of each system in order to encourage behavior change. Flexible workweek and quality supervision provided!

As a Residential Services Worker (RSW), you will provide direct service in our 24/7 residential program serving adults living with severe and persistent mental illness and medical issues. You will assist people to enhance their success in the community, while emphasizing individualized programming and supports. Overnight shift differentials ($1.00/hour) available! **$1,000 Sign-On Bonus for Weekend, Evening and Overnight positions! Payable 50% at time of hire and 50% upon successful completion of 90 day introductory period. Pro-Rated for less than 40 hours per week. Inquire for Details**

As a Residential Services Worker, you will provide direct service in our 24/7 residential program serving adults living with severe and persistent mental illness and medical issues. You will assist people to enhance their success in the community, while emphasizing individualized programming and supports. **Sign-On Bonus Available for Evening, Weekend and Overnight Positions - Inquire for Details** **$1.00/hr Overnight Shift Differentials**

The Social Learning Center provides day services for people with intellectual & developmental disabilities. As a Direct Support Specialist you will support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities for the greatest degree of independence possible in their homes and communities.