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Residential Rehabilitation Program Director
*YOU MUST COMPLETE THE ENTIRE ONLINE APPLICATION, INCLUDING SALARY HISTORY AND JOB HISTORY.  INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

General Description:

The Program Director is responsible for program development and compliance with county, state and federal regulations and conformance with the Commission on Accreditation or Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) requirements, in addition to any grant requirements in the provision of residential psychiatric rehabilitation services to individuals recovering from mental illness. The Program Director will oversee all Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) locations (Baltimore and Carroll Counties). This person reports to the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) Director. 

Schedule: Flexible schedule based upon the needs of the program to include routinely working hours to interact with all shifts and locations. 

Required Education, knowledge and Skill Abilities to Perform Essential Job Functions:

A Bachelor’s degree with at least five (5) years experience in mental health/psychiatric rehabilitation/special populations is required.   CPRP (Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner) or Licensed Mental Health Professional preferred with a minimum requirement to obtain CPRP within one year of hire. Supervisory experience is essential. Proven leadership skills and the ability to work as part of a team is required. A clean driving record with no more than 1 point and reliable personal transportation is required. Director must possess an understanding of person centered services and the importance of individual choice in the recovery process. This position requires excellent active listening skills and verbal and written communication skills.

Summary of Essential Functions, Responsibilities and Duties

  • Develop and innovate program for success

  • Ensure conformance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations

  • Work with team to adhere to CARF standards to promote quality driven services

  • Develop and monitor budget

  • Provides accountability and review for RRP billing processes

  • Act as liaison between internal and external service components

  • Oversee daily operations

  • Ensure health and safety through routine visits to all residential homes and office locations

  • Motivate staff into providing highest quality of services

  • Staff hiring, development and supervision

  • Responsible for establishing and maintaining quality improvement processes

  • Participate as a member of Prologue Management Team

  • Oversee program coverage in all areas and in all aspects, including absence of Coordinator or Residential Specialists

  • Design plans for and engages in crisis intervention

  • Complete documentation as required

    • Medications

    • House Inspections

    • Electronic Health Record Progress Notes and Notification Approval

    • Enhanced Support Grant Reports

    • Daily Living Activities Assessment

    • Individual Service Plans

    • ASO Authorization Request

  • Provide 24/7 on call services as required

  • Generate quarterly program outcomes report and submit to PRP Director and Quality Improvement Director

  • Perform other duties as requested by PRP Director

PROLOGUE is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer seeking the most qualified candidate.  



Therapist
Location: Villa Maria

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is a family of over 2000 employees of all faiths and ethnicities who help to improve the lives of those we serve. We are the largest private provider of human services in Maryland, serving children and families, people living in poverty, individuals with intellectual disabilities, immigrants, and seniors. Here, you can build a career where you can grow professionally as well as make meaningful differences in the lives of others.

Summary:

We are looking for dedicated therapists who are energized to make a difference:

Do you have what it takes to change the lives of children, adults and families in need?

Villa Maria Behavioral Health Clinics have a variety of openings for new and/or seasoned Therapists who will provide trauma informed treatment.  We are searching for Therapists who are reliable, organized and eager to assist individuals in their communities.   We have a strong training and support system waiting for you with well trained, caring and very skilled clinical supervisors.  If you want to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others, look no further than Catholic Charities!

Therapy:  Utilize clinical skills in a variety of settings to work one on one and with families in the clinics, in homes and in schools throughout the state.

Therapists will receive supervision and great training with free CEU's making the position ideal for new grads as well as seasoned therapists who are ready for the rewards that come with working for a mission-based agency.  Great benefits and an incentive for extra case compensation for cases over and above set Volume of Service.  Catholic Charities is committed to caring for the caregiver.

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Requirements:

LGPC/LGSW or LCPC/LCSW required.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMITMENTS:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.

Therapist
Location: BCARS Program

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is a family of over 2000 employees of all faiths and ethnicities who help to improve the lives of those we serve. We are the largest private provider of human services in Maryland, serving children and families, people living in poverty, individuals with intellectual disabilities, immigrants, and seniors. Here, you can build a career where you can grow professionally as well as make meaningful differences in the lives of others.

SUMMARY:

The Baltimore City Child and Adolescent Response System (B-CARS) provides comprehensive community-based services for children in mental health crisis. B-CARS provides brief and intensive community-based services for children in psychiatric crisis to divert or shorten in-patient hospitalization and to link clients to community providers that will serve them for ongoing care.   The BCARS Therapist will participate in intake assessments to collect necessary background information, assess medical and clinical status of clients and determine appropriate diagnosis.

JOB DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Makes determinations on the nature of emotional and behavioral problems to be addressed and the level of therapy required, including consultation with psychologist/psychiatrist staff. 

• Develops treatment plans, defines treatment problems based on the intake assessment/diagnosis and prepares objectives to move the individual to a lower level of care. 

• Ensures client participation in treatment planning and, when working with children, encourages family/guardian participation. 

• Conducts therapy sessions to identify and discuss problems, identify solutions, work with clients to implement solutions, and model appropriate behaviors. 

• Provides crisis management services and referrals to external resources where needed.  

• Maintains client documentation, consults with families, treatment teams, psychologists, psychiatrists and other treatment providers to coordinate care and services.  

• Gives testimony in court when required. 

• The BCARS Therapist will participate in a rotating on-call system.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:

Therapist I: MSW with LGSW (licensed graduate social worker) or MA/MS in Psychology or related field with CPC (certified professional counselor). Some experience working with the targeted program population preferred.

Therapist II: LCSW-C (licensed certified social worker-clinical) or LCPC (licensed certified professional counselor) and two years post-graduate experience working with the targeted program population.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMITMENTS:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.



Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) Supervisor

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is a family of over 2000 employees of all faiths and ethnicities who help to improve the lives of those we serve. We are the largest private provider of human services in Maryland, serving children and families, people living in poverty, individuals with intellectual disabilities, immigrants, and seniors. Here, you can build a career where you can grow professionally as well as make meaningful differences in the lives of others.

Position Summary:

We are currently seeking an individual to provide administrative supervision to our adult & youth PRP (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program), which assists individuals with mental illness, emotional or behavioral issues.  Key responsibilities will include providing direct supervision to PRP staff to ensure delivery and quality of service and provides administrative oversight to ensure the proper functioning of the rehabilitation program according to Joint Commission standards and ensuring accurate authorization for insurance payment and adherence to all internal and external policies and procedures.

Additional Responsibilities:

•    Ensures administrative oversight for program covered as well as the collection of all data required for all internal or external reporting for program deliverables. 

•    Maintains contacts with internal and external personnel at a variety of levels to coordinate PRP services, budget expenses and revenues, and Risk Management. Internal contacts include other Program Supervisors/Managers, Mental Health Professionals, Psychologists, Clinical Nurse Practitioners, and Psychiatrists. 

•    Coordinates services with external agencies and personnel (i.e., other service providers, parents/guardians, local core service agencies, insurance companies, DSS, DJJ, etc.) to promote the program within the community. 

•    Manages and coordinates all issue related to risk and client complaints.

Position Requirements:

LCSW-C or LCPC and 2 years post graduate experience with the targeted program population, or LGSW or LGPC and five years post graduate experience with the targeted population. The ideal candidate will have effective supervisory skills and thorough knowledge of the assessment and rehabilitation of emotionally disturbed clients and knowledge of a variety of rehabilitation modalities and interventions appropriate to the population served. Requires effective analytical and problem solving skills and exceptional communication and interpersonal skills in dealing with a variety of clients exhibiting a wide range of rehabilitation needs and diverse backgrounds. Candidate must possess knowledge of Maryland's Public Mental Health System and the requirements for authorization and continued review for clients, along with familiarity of available community resources and how to access those resources.

Catholic Charities Commitments:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.


BCARS Program Supervisor

SUMMARY:
This position assists in managing the daily operations of the Baltimore Child and Adolescent Response System (B-CARS).  Additionally, this position will be responsible for maintaining compliance with B-CARS grants. B-CARS provides crisis intervention and stabilization for children residing in Baltimore City that are residing with their biological families or placed with Baltimore City Department of Social Services (DSS). 

The programs goals are to reduce the number of emergency department visits, stabilize placements and improve the mental health needs of Baltimore City youth.  This position assists in development of program plans, goals, budget and practices.  
  
JOB DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Respects children's and family's rights by recognizing the dignity of each individual, encouraging their participation in problem solving and decision-making and maintaining the confidentiality of all client information.
• Oversees the triage process, assessment, development of a service plan and service delivery for all cases in the program assigned to their supervisees. May assist in development of the departmental budget.
• Provides direct supervision to up to 7 staff, functions as part of the CFS Management Team and assumes on-call coverage for the program. 
• Coordinates with the Associate Administrator to develop and implement effective systems and procedures for service delivery. Identifies and makes recommendations for improvements in the program. Assists in the development of on-going program goals and plans. Provides program status reports to the Associate Administrator on a regular basis and provides reports for outside agencies as requested. 
• Reviews cases and documentation to track staff performance, consults with and advises staff, makes suggestions for changes in dealing with clients, and makes decisions on changing staff assignments. Ensures that documentation (treatment plans, rehabilitation plans, logs, progress notes, etc.) is properly maintained on all clients as required by established policies and procedures. Supports staff by assisting with case management/crisis intervention as needed. Provides administrative supervision for the program including reviewing and authorizing timesheets, authorizing leave, and providing input to the Associate Administrator in hiring, orienting, and completing performance appraisals for assigned staff. Assists in developing overall program schedule and individual staff schedules.
• Maintains contacts with internal and external personnel at a variety of levels. The Program Supervisor assists the Associate Administrator in contacting external agencies and personnel to promote the program within the community and collaborates with community agencies and resources regarding treatment goals and discharge plans. 
• Performs related duties including but not limited to: serves on internal and external committees relevant to the program, may provide training for staff or client groups relevant to the program mission, attends staff meetings, coordinates with department administrative staff, attends team meetings, prepares documentation and provides testimony in court when needed.  Utilizes computer systems and software necessary to perform position functions. Coordinates and/or provides transportation of children to and from the program as needed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:

LCPC or LCSW-C, three years of previous program experience in an outpatient mental health clinic, residential treatment or related mental health services program; CANS certification or become certified within 3 months of employment and 2 years of direct program supervision experience including direct supervision of clinical staff.

SKILLS / COMPETENCIES:

Receives direct supervision form the Associate Administrator.  Exercises considerable tact and discretion.  This individual will work independently 90% of the time Must be able to work well in a multi-disciplinary team environment.

Catholic Charities Commitments:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.

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