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Project Manager and Public Policy Specialist
Community Behavioral Health Association of Maryland, Catonsville, Maryland

About Us: Since 1983, the Community Behavioral Health Association of Maryland (CBH) has been the statewide association representing community-based mental health and substance use treatment organizations throughout Maryland. We are a hardworking team of problem-solvers working to improve access to behavioral health treatment and to support providers in improving the quality of care. For more information about CBH, please visit our website at www.mdcbh.org

Job Summary: We need a Project Manager and Public Policy Specialist to keep our capacity-building projects on track, including implementation of a data warehouse and benchmarking project involving up to 25 of our members. This position will support this and other practice initiatives to maximize value for its target audience, meet funder expectations, and leverage outputs for the benefit of the behavioral health field. This position also assists in the day-to- day operations of the Community Behavioral Health Association of Maryland, and supports our public policy advocacy with communications and lobbying assistance. 

The candidate of our dreams is organized, but not rigid— a “get stuff done” kind of person who can work out a plan of action quickly in the face of ambiguity and changing information (this environment offers a lot of both). You’ll be given goals here, not instructions, and it will be up to you to chart the course and pull in the people you need. We’re looking for an out-of-the-box thinker, but we also need someone with enough experience on traditional operations and communications to know which rules are ready for breaking at which times. 

We’re also looking for the sort of person who finds problem-solving fun and who sees multiple paths to the same outcome. We’re a small team with a nonprofit budget, so experience getting creative with limited resources is a plus. 

You should also be an OPTIMIST— the kind of person who makes work fun and who naturally enhances collaboration among other team members. We think this will help you say no when you need to and call BS in a friendly way when something just isn’t ready for prime time. 

You should have experience on a team using data tools to move the needle on a policy, practice and workflow change goals. 

Finally, we need more than a manager— to succeed here, you’ve got to be a creator and a doer. Your job will be to use the tools of a project manager to help our team drive measurable social impact while simultaneously expanding the organization’s reach and strengthening its reputation through effective advocacy. 

Key Activities:

  • Engage with our team by claiming your seat at the strategy table. This position isn’t a support function — it’s integral to our growth and development as an organization.
  • Provide project management for multiple CBH initiatives, including: oversight and coordination of event-planning activities to ensure revenue targets are met; coordination of data warehouse project development; developing progress reports, and coordination with staff, consultants, contractors and members; assistance with project management of other CBH learning communities. 
  • Implement targeted learning strategies for the benchmarking project, including trainings, workshops and consulting projects, toward the goal of ensuring accurate data collection and effective deployment of data for practice improvement among participating members. 
  • Aptitude with data analysis, including analyzing trends, compiling data into reports, curiosity about data and data visualization, willingness to question validity and accuracy of data. 
  • Develop creative strategies for driving behavior change among the members we serve. 
  • Providing responsive, high quality, issue-related and strategy-based technical assistance to members, as requested. 
  • Assist in development of reports, papers and policy statements, and support CBH's policy advocacy as needed. 

Non-Negotiables:

  • A strong desire to make a BIG, measurable difference— We’re driven by the persistent feeling that we are improving access to treatment and helping our members provide the best possible behavioral health care. To work here, you’ve got to believe and you’ve got to be passionate about helping to make it happen. Pragmatists welcome, but no cynics, please!
  • A brain that moves from strategy to the weeds and back— We’re a small team, and being a leader here often means getting in the weeds and helping folks get things done. That doesn’t mean you won’t be accountable for planning, visioning and strategy. We need someone who can do both! 
  • Strong ability to think, plan and lead on your feet— You’ll regularly facilitate member meetings to communicate data, benchmarking and identify needed changes to operational workflows. You’ll need to become comfortable quickly with our problem-solving methodology and our approach to group planning. We’ll help you!
  • Excellent, fast and adaptive writer— You’ll be writing emails, slides, and briefing papers, usually without much time to plan. You should be very good at both writing and editing. 
  • A ferocious dislike of inefficient communication— You’ll structure and develop external communications strategies, but also internal communications. You should cringe at the thought of siloed information flows, run-on sentences, or too many emails about the same exact thing. Help free us and the communities we support from the tyranny of the overloaded inbox! 
  • High threshold for direct communication and constructive criticism— We work on complex, iterative projects. We speak kindly and bluntly, we don’t backchannel, we don’t take feedback personally, and we have a great time together! 
  • At least 5-7 years’ experience in public health or behavioral health — Ideally, you’ve done project management with demonstrated track record for achieving results. 

Location: This position is based in Catonsville, Maryland. It involves occasional travel and calendar flexibility. A working vehicle is required. 

Salary: The salary band for this position runs from $60k to $80k, depending on experience. 

How To Apply:  If you’re excited about the job, we’re excited to meet you! Send your resume, a short email introduction, and a writing sample (no cover letters please) to shannon@mdcbh.org by December 15th.


Bilingual Clinical Therapist
Family Services Inc., a part of Sheppard Pratt Health System, Rockville, Maryland

  • Offers counseling and case management services in a trauma informed care environment for women fleeing domestic violence and child witnesses of partner abuse.
  • Provides clinical assessment, brief individual counseling, trauma recovery and group counseling, as well as safety and discharge planning.
  • The work schedule is flexible to include some evening hours to accommodate resident schedules.
  • Fluency in English and Spanish is required.

Duties and Responsibilities: Provides clinical assessment of new clients, including an initial safety plan to establish short term therapeutic goals with the client, within three business days of admission to the Center. Working collaboratively with the client and clinical team, develops a plan of action that includes safety planning, legal options, financial remedies, housing options, mental health and other individual goals as directed by the client’s needs. Conducts and documents a full professional psychosocial assessment of each new adult client within one week of admission and continues to meet with the client as often as needed. Identifies and addresses concerns including mental health diagnosis and trauma reaction symptoms, such as sleeping or eating changes. Gathers information (with client signed permission) from previous treatment. Coordinates providers and makes referrals to address current symptoms and future follow up, (e.g. substance abuse, psychiatrist) as needed. Works closely with Case Coordinators to ensure that women develop life skills as identified in their plan of action; coordinates discharge and safety planning to ensure continuing services through APP or other community providers. Offers weekly support group and parenting group (in English and in Spanish) on domestic violence education, victim recovery and empowerment in conjunction with other clinical programs and services. Provides family therapy services to address the impact of abuse on children who have witnessed domestic violence. Attends weekly case consultation meetings, individual supervision and required trainings on both trauma informed care and domestic violence. Conducts care presentations as assigned. Ensures that clinical notes and critical incident reports are complete, timely and accurate. Maintains strict confidentiality of survivor records and information.

Other duties as assigned:

 This position description may be altered to comply with the needs of the program. Qualifications Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or closely related field, with a minimum of two years of relevant clinical experience, a portion of which should be in partner abuse or domestic violence. Must have a demonstrated commitment to serve a diverse community. Must possess a current Maryland license at the independent clinical practitioner level. (LGPC, LCPC, LGSW or LCSW). Fluency in English and Spanish is required.

Please contact www.careers@fs-inc.org for more information.



PT School Mental Health Therapist 
Family Services Inc., a part of Sheppard Pratt Health System, Gaithersburg, Maryland

This position works under the supervision the Director (or his/her designee) of the Linkages to Learning School Mental Health Program. The School Mental Health Therapist/Intern provides clinical services to assigned clients within his or her assigned school based office or in the school building.

Services may include: clinical assessments; treatment planning; individual, family, play and group psychotherapy/counseling; crisis intervention; consultation to teachers, administrators, and other school personnel; maintenance of medical records and documentation; and development of summer or after school therapeutic programming. The School Mental Health Therapist/Intern attends all required meetings as well as in-service education for Linkages to Learning and Family Services, Inc.. The School Mental Health Therapist/Intern is expected to extend his or her hours, as needed, one late afternoon or evening per week to accommodate the schedules of parents to facilitate family therapy and parent education.

Responsibilities:

  1. Provides clinical assessment and treatment services to assigned clients. These services may include:
    a. Clinical assessments
    b. Treatment planning
    c. Individual psychotherapy / counseling
    d. Family psychotherapy / counseling
    e. Group psychotherapy / counseling
    f. Crisis intervention /safety planning
    g. Treatment monitoring, evaluation, termination, and referral
    h. Consultation and collaboration with teachers and other school personnel.
    i. Development of Summer Therapeutic Activity Programs.
  2. Maintains demonstrated proficiency in child oriented psychotherapies and childhood disorders by submitting documentation of continuing education in this area.
  3. Maintains at least the required minimum case loads and productivity requirements of Linkages to Learning, as interpreted by our County Contract Monitor.
  4. Completes all required documentation in a timely manner and ensures maintenance of complete clinical record at all times for each assigned client as directed by OMHC policies and procedures, including but not limited to:
    a. Obtaining necessary insurance validations and authorizations for services for assigned clients within required timelines
    b. Completing clinical psychosocial assessments for each new client within required timelines and updating assessments on an annual basis
    c. Completing initial and subsequent Individual Treatment Plans (ITPs) within required timelines
    d. Documenting and filing progress notes within 24 hours of each psychotherapy / counseling session
    e. Obtaining and maintaining accurate client personal data, consents, and relevant collateral documentation
    f. Completing accurate and timely billing tickets for each billable service delivered
    g. Responding to failed appointments by clients with documented outreach and/or timely notification of discharge
    h. Completing all required discharge documentation within required timelines i. Maintaining all assigned client mental health charts at all times in good and complete order.
  5. If not licensed at the clinical level (LCSW-C or LCPC), participates in weekly individual or group supervision with assigned clinically-licensed supervisor.
  6. Attends and/or obtains minutes of weekly staff meetings to remain abreast of program issues, policy and procedure changes, and training content.
  7. Participates in agency required meetings and in-service programs.
  8. Completes required agency reports.
  9. Completes on-call duty as assigned.
  10. Performs all duties in compliance with OMHC policies and procedures and with State of Maryland COMAR 10.21 Regulations.
  11. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Maintains any one of the following licenses in good standing in the State of Maryland: Licensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical (LCSW-C), Licensed Certified Professional Counselor (LCPC), Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW), or Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC). Compensation: Compensation for all work performed is in accordance with the “Compensation Fee Schedule” and annual performance evaluations.

Please contact www.careers@fs-inc.org for more information.


Administrative Assistant I (Receptionist)
Family Services Inc., a part of Sheppard Pratt Health System, Gaithersburg, Maryland

Primary responsibilities include: 

  1. Receive OMHC clients; collect client co-payments; receive and route telephone calls; schedule client follow-up appointments
  2. Maintain client medical records in good order; file client information; process client and other administrative paperwork
  3. Assist with maintenance of OMHC electronic health records
  4. Maintain client lobby and chart room for optimal and secure functioning
  5. Provide backup assistance to other administrative staff as warranted.


Responsibilities:

  1. Monitor and route OMHC voicemail messages
  2. Schedule appointments for clients and staff
  3. Pull and file charts and paperwork for doctors
  4. Check client eligibility status to verify insurance coverage
  5. Check and verify current ITPs and authorizations
  6. Log and distribute incoming and outgoing faxes
  7. Request, log, and secure client co-payments
  8. Receive, respond and/or route incoming phone calls
  9. Print provider schedules and billing sheets
  10. Make appointment reminder calls
  11. Respond to all requests from providers, clients and other staff in a professional manner
  12. Communicate critical information to staff in a timely manner
  13. File all notes and papers in client charts
  14. Close charts in multiple electronic data systems
  15. Receive, log, and secure all delivered medications
  16. All other duties as assigned to ensure successful operation of OMHC.


Qualifications: Associates Degree in Business Administration, Psychology or related field. Previous experience and aptitude with computer hardware and data software such as an Electronic Health Record and the ability to maintain and protect client confidentiality and Page 2 of 2 privacy is essential. Ability to multi-task in a high volume, extremely fast-paced health care business environment; Demonstrated willingness to take on varied responsibilities and work as part of a team to ensure the overall success of the Clinic.

Please contact www.careers@fs-inc.org for more information.



Youth Mental Health First Aid instructor
Healthy Minds Alliance-AmeriCorp, Rockville, MD 

EveryMind (in partnership with HealthyMinds Alliance) is recruiting for an AmeriCorps member to serve as a  and provide support to EveryMind’s community education programs. Here’s a great opportunity for an AmeriCorps position which will help you gain valuable experience and build new connections!”Applicant must have Bachelor’s degree in public health or other human services field.

Link for Job Posting. 

Contact: Rameela Tuladahr at 301-424-0656 Ext 541


Senior Case Manager, Homeless Outreach Services
EveryMind, Montgomery County, Rockville, MD

EveryMind is seeking a full-time Senior Case Manager to provide street outreach, engagement, assessment, and case management services to homeless individuals ages eighteen and older in Montgomery County, MD. Case Managers work primarily out in the field in a variety of settings as determined by the client’s location, situation, and ability to travel. Homeless Street Outreach engages those living unsheltered, in encampments and other places not meant for habituation. Case Managers work to identify and engage homeless individuals, collaborate with community providers to help clients access resources, gain stable housing, promote self-sufficiency, and increase life skills. Program clients may have a diagnosed mental illness as well as a possible co-occurring substance use disorder and/or other medical condition.

Case Managers must document through an electronic health system in addition to internal tracking platforms. The Senior Case Manager would take the lead for the team working in close partnership with the Program Director and in mentoring others on the team. This position would also include projects related to quality assurance, monthly reporting, tracking, and representing the team at county meetings. The ideal candidate will be independent, self-motivated, work well as part of a team, have strong oral and written communication skills, excellent time management and multitasking abilities, have experience leading a team or supervising staff previously and have experience working intensively in one-on-one relationships with clients to provide support, advocacy, and access to necessary resources.

Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in a social services field with at least two years of experience working with homeless individuals with chronic and severe mental illness. Additional requirements include use of a personal vehicle, MS Office proficiency, ability to use electronic health records, and assisting clients with tasks they may be unable to complete on their own. Preference for bilingual in Spanish. 

Link for Job Posting

Contact: Rameela Tuladahr at 301-424-0656 Ext 541


Executive Director, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
Charles County Freedom Landing, Inc. - La Plata, Maryland

Contact: Joyce Abramson at 301-932-2737



Chief Financial Officer
Non-Profit Mental Health Residential and Rehabilitation program

Full Time position for a Non-Profit Mental Health Residential and Rehabilitation program. MBA plus one year or more supervisory experience in an accounting or financial environment or BA with five years experience in Health Care with two years supervisory.

Reports directly to the CEO, COO and Medical Director. Responsible for the processing of all financial transactions and financial reporting requirements for OMNIHOUSE, Omni Foundation, and Property Management. Also attend all Board of Directors meetings, every other month.  

Please send resume to:

Lois Miller CEO or Mary Abel Admin. Asst.
P.O. 1270
Glen Burnie, MD. 21061

Or send to : mabel@omnihouse.org




Forensic Clinician
Location: Partnership Development Group - Maryland

SALARIED, CLINICAL POSITION- no evenings or weekends required! This is a unique opportunity to provide in-depth, clinical, behavioral health services to an incarcerated population as part of an interdisciplinary treatment team. This is a full time position with Partnership Development Group, based out of the Anne Arundel County Detention Facility in Glen Burnie, MD. The Forensic Behavioral Health Clinician is an employee of the agency who provides behavioral health services to individuals incarcerated within the Anne Arundel County Detention facilities.

This position requires licensure at the independent level (LCPC or LCSW-C). The primary responsibilities of this position are focused on the facility’s Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization unit, including the maintenance of a therapeutic milieu and development/facilitation of therapeutic groups and activities. In addition, the clinician is responsible for diagnostic assessments, individual therapy, the development and implementation of structured therapy groups outside the unit, and participation in interdisciplinary team meetings. The clinician coordinates with other team members, including clinicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, somatic physicians, nurses, and detention center staff. This role requires the ability to develop and provide training for detention center staff. The candidate must be licensed in Maryland as a LCSW-C or LCPC. Experience in correctional settings preferred. Must have experience with adults diagnosed with severe mental illness. Knowledge of the legal system and court proceedings required.

Experience in Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, co-occurring disorders, person-centered treatment planning, and differential diagnosis utilizing the DSM 5/ICD-10 required. Must have the ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing. Experience with Electronic Medical Records preferred. Preference will be given to English/Spanish bilingual candidates. The salary for this position is between $50,000-60,000 annually, with generous leave, full benefits, retirement savings with company matching, paid CEUs, and a supportive company culture!

Please send inquiries to:
Victoria Morgan
Phone: 410.863.7213




Mental Health Clinician
Location: Partnership Development Group - Maryland

Thriving therapy practice seeks INDEPENDENTLY LICENSED clinicians (LCSW-C or LCPC) to join our team!

  • HIGHLY COMPETITIVE rates/splits, with a wide range of clientele in a comfortable, supportive environment.
  • THRIVING referral stream to be able to build your caseload quickly.
  • INDEPENDENCE and AUTONOMY to arrange your schedule.
  • TECHNOLOGY to document easily and efficiently, from anywhere!
  • SUPPORT from a group of highly experienced clinicians.
  • BENEFITS available to clinicians working full-time equivalent hours. 

Credentialed clinicians preferred, but we will assist with the credentialing process if you are not already credentialed. An ideal candidate has experience in evidence-based practice, such as DBT or EMDR. We would love someone with couples' counseling experience, a willingness to see a wide range of ages/diagnoses, and a great attitude! Our offices are in Millersville and Baltimore city- see clients in either location, or both!

Please send inquiries to:
Victoria Morgan
Phone: 410.863.7213




Medical Director
Location: FSI., a part of Sheppard Pratt Health System - Gaithersburg, Maryland

Family Services, Inc., an integrated part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System, has an immediate opening for a psychiatrist to serve as Medical Director of the Gaithersburg Outpatient Mental Health Center (OMHC). The OMHC is a well-established clinic serving a highly diverse client population of 1,200 children, adults, and families annually. The OMHC is co-located with a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), creating opportunities to integrate behavioral health and primary care. Our highly trained clinical team utilizes a client-centered, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented model of care. The Medical Director provides clinical and administrative oversight for all medical services provided to OMHC clients.

Activities and services include:

  • Providing psychiatric evaluations, treatment planning, medication evaluation and monitoring, and clinical consultations; documenting medical services provided. 
  • Establishing and maintaining standards for clinical services, therapeutic modalities, prescribing practices, and quality assurance.
  • Reviewing medical records to evaluate quality of client care and CPT accuracy.
  • Ensuring adequate physician coverage.
  • Privileging and credentialing clinical staff.
  • Evaluating psychiatric staff

The Medical Director also collaborates with the team at Montgomery Station, a psychiatric rehabilitation program providing housing, outreach, and day program services for seriously mentally ill adults and adolescents. Individuals with an interest in serious mental illness are strongly encouraged to apply.

Requirements:

Interested candidates must be board certified or board eligible in psychiatry, and have a current license to practice in Maryland at the time of hire. A full-time commitment is desired; a minimum of 20 hours/week is required. ?

Please send your resume to jen.carberry@fsi-inc.org



Bilingual Therapist
Location: FSI., a part of Sheppard Pratt Health System - Gaithersburg, Maryland

Job Summary:

Offers counseling and case management services in a trauma informed care environment for women fleeing domestic violence and child witnesses of partner abuse. Provides clinical assessment, brief individual counseling, trauma recovery and group counseling, as well as safety and discharge planning. The work schedule is flexible to include some evening hours to accommodate resident schedules. Fluency in English and Spanish is required. Duties and

Responsibilities:

  • Provides clinical assessment of new clients, including an initial safety plan to establish short term therapeutic goals with the client, within three business days of admission to the Center.
  • Working collaboratively with the client and clinical team, develops a plan of action that includes safety planning, legal options, financial remedies, housing options, mental health and other individual goals as directed by the client’s needs.
  • Conducts and documents a full professional psychosocial assessment of each new adult client within one week of admission and continues to meet with the client as often as needed. Identifies and addresses concerns including mental health diagnosis and trauma reaction symptoms, such as sleeping or eating changes.
  • Gathers information (with client signed permission) from previous treatment.
  • Coordinates providers and makes referrals to address current symptoms and future follow up, (e.g. substance abuse, psychiatrist) as needed.
  • Works closely with Case Coordinators to ensure that women develop life skills as identified in their plan of action; coordinates discharge and safety planning to ensure continuing services through APP or other community providers.
  • Offers weekly support group and parenting group (in English and in Spanish) on domestic violence education, victim recovery and empowerment in conjunction with other clinical programs and services.
  • Provides family therapy services to address the impact of abuse on children who have witnessed domestic violence.
  • Attends weekly case consultation meetings, individual supervision and required trainings on both trauma informed care and domestic violence.
  • Conducts care presentations as assigned.
  • Ensures that clinical notes and critical incident reports are complete, timely and accurate.
  • Maintains strict confidentiality of survivor records and information.
  • Other duties as assigned.

This position description may be altered to comply with the needs of the program. Qualifications:

Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or closely related field, with a minimum of two years of relevant clinical experience, a portion of which should be in partner abuse or domestic violence. Must have a demonstrated commitment to serve a diverse community. Must possess a current Maryland license at the independent clinical practitioner level. (LGPC, LCPC, LGSW or LCSW). Fluency in English and Spanish is required.

Apply to: 

POST A JOB

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.


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