Residential Clinical Care Coordinator

The Residential Clinical Care Coordinator assesses the resident needs to determine the appropriate services to fulfill those needs. The Case Manager develops a detailed plan, which includes the services of mental health counselors, substance abuse programs, life skills counseling and psychiatric services. The Case Manager also assists residents with medical needs and living arrangements. The Care Coordinator works with other agencies and professionals to ensure that resident needs are met. The Care Coordinator is the primary driver of all Treatment services and Clinical Direction both within Residential settings and in the community.
Conduct Mental Health Assessments for each resident in the caseload, and develop an individual Service and Support Plan (ISSP) in collaboration with the resident, and other involved parties. Responsible for each component of the admission process from information gathering to decision making process. Responsible for setting up screenings from appropriate referrals.
Responsible for ensuring implementation of a comprehensive residential service plan within 30 days of new admission in compliance with applicable OAR's. RSP will include all treatment area needs and will be developed with clear measurable objectives and goals.
Coordinate services and communication with other community providers as appropriate. Facilitate obtaining medical assistance, housing, vocational rehabilitation, socialization, money management, therapy, fiscal benefits and other resources.
Coordinates implementation of safety/treatment plans.
Approves passes and overnight visits.
Provide crisis intervention services which may include assessment of suicidal intent, dangerousness, decompensation and the need for hospitalization.
Maintain complete, timely, and accurate administrative and clinical records for all residents on the caseload in accordance with agency requirements.
Keep apprised of and adhere to all changes and updates in documentation requirements and agency policies and procedures.
Provide skill training individually and in groups.
Provide therapeutic services and interventions to residents and families individually and in groups.
Participate in training activities to increase professional skills.
Meet with Supervisor once a week. Impart any information regarding clients, staff, or the facility in general which may affect the wellbeing of the program. Inform Supervisor immediately of any serious issues. Send in Incident Reports in an accurate and timely manner.
Report problems, behavior and symptom changes to prescribers.
Coordinate and delegate with site administrators and skills trainers around appointment schedules and other pertinent issues.
Primary coordinator of residents' medical/professional appointments.
Carry out assignments from Residential Supervisor as required.
Lead staff meetings at least monthly.

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