Job Description Summary For Job Posting
The Lourie Center Clinic seeks to hire a Care Navigator who will embrace our mission to extend God's care through the ministry of physical, mental and spiritual healing.
As the Care Navigator you will:
•Respond to families initial call for services and gather clinical information needed to triage families interested in services for their children to determine eligibility for an initial evaluation and/or refer to child/family to other community resources in conjunction with the Intake Team.
•Establish a direct referral network in the early childhood community network that includes Child Welfare Services (CWS), Infants and Toddlers Program, Head Start, ECMH Consultation, childcare, public school systems, developmental services, and other health care professionals.
•Participate in comprehensive psychosocial assessments to help determine recommendations for treatment and/or facilitate connection to community referrals/resources.
•Collect and utilize data to manage, monitor, and enhance the project in conjunction with the Lourie Center and community partners.
•Participate in evaluation feedback/treatment and provide Spanish interpretation as needed.
•Follow up with caregivers after treatment recommendations are provided to ensure they are connected to services to meet the child and family's needs.
•Connect patients to community provider(s) to facilitate referrals for other services within and outside of the Lourie Center's service delivery system.
•Perform other duties as assigned by the FASTT Program Director and/or Clinic Director.
•Bachelor's degree in a mental health discipline (e.g., psychiatry, psychology, social work) required, Master's degree in a mental health discipline (e.g., psychiatry, psychology, social work) preferred
•1+ years' experience working in a community-based setting with knowledge of local resources and system navigation
•LMSW, LGPC, or Psychology Associate preferred
•Knowledge of clinical mental health practice, especially with young children and their caregivers
Part time, 20 hours per weekAt Adventist HealthCare our job is to care for you.
We do this by offering:
- Work life balance through nonrotating shifts
- Recognition and rewards for professional expertise
- 403(b) retirement plan
- Free Employee parking
- Benefits Eligible Positions:
- Competitive, comprehensive benefit plans [including health, employer-paid disability and life insurance, PTO]
- Employer retirement contribution and match after 1-year of eligible employment with 3 year vesting
- Ancillary benefits such as flexible spending, legal and pet insurance to meet the needs of employees and their eligible family members
- Subsidized childcare at participating childcare centers
As a faith-based organization, with over a century of caring for the communities in the Maryland area, Adventist HealthCare has earned a reputation for high-quality, compassionate care. Adventist HealthCare was the first and is the largest healthcare provider in Montgomery County.
If you want to make a difference in someone's life every day, consider a position with a team of professionals who are doing just that, making a difference.
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Adventist HealthCare is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We are committed to attracting, engaging, and developing the best people to cultivate our mission-centric culture. Our goal is to have a welcoming, equitable, and safe place to work and grow for all employees, no matter their background. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
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