Coleman Health Services, a nationally recognized mental health and substance use services provider, is seeking crisis counselors and social workers to join our Access Team in Portage County, Ohio.
Employee Package includes:
•Salary range of $45,000-55,000 annually based on experience, licensure, and shift differential
•Health, dental, vision insurance
•Health Savings Account
•Annual Wellness reimbursement
•Potential Sign-on bonus
•Start with three weeks of paid-time off
•Bereavement time off
•Discounts on Verizon service plans
•Excellent team environment
•Highest commitment to quality care
•$400 annual CEU reimbursement
•Reimbursement for credential renewals
•Up to 5% of salary contribution to 403b retirement
Are you a passionate counselor or social worker looking to make a meaningful difference in your community? Would you like to work for an award-winning, nationally recognized behavioral health and rehabilitation organization? If you answered yes, then a job as a crisis counselor with Coleman might be a great fit for you!
The crisis counseling and social work team at Coleman is part of a robust system of community partners who help our clients resolve mental health crises and assist with mental health care coordination, to ensure the best outcome. Our crisis services continue to grow as part of our nearly $4 million dollar Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) grant to implement Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) models of care in our service areas across the state of Ohio.
Our Company Culture and Benefits Set Us Apart! Regardless of your role at Coleman Health Services, your work makes a lasting impact on those we serve. When you join our team, you become part of a collaborative community of dedicated professionals whose primary mission is to improve the lives of our clients. In return, you can also expect opportunities for career advancement and continued professional training.
Job Duties Include:
•Short term crisis counseling and safety evaluations for clients both in person and by telehealth
•Determine need for a higher level of care and coordinating referrals to hospitals and community resources.
•Answering crisis calls from community members and systems of care
•Work as part of a multidisciplinary team of providers to meet the behavioral health needs of clients served.
•Bachelors or Masters prepared with an active Ohio License (LPC, LPCC, LSW, LISW) or higher
•Willing to obtain NPI, Medicaid Provider number , and CAQH if independently licensed (we'll help!)
•Experience in mental health and addiction crisis, and/or work as Health Officer preferred
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status. E.O.E. Persons with a disability can request an accommodation to complete the application process by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Accommodation Request.”