MONTANA MIGRANT COUNCIL INC Behavioral Health Provider in DILLON, Montana

Common Job Functions: Provide brief, focused intervention for clients who are in need of mental health services Initiates follow-up to ascertain how clients are doing and to determine if any changes in treatment approaches are indicated Assist in the detection of “at risk” clients and in the development of plans to prevent worsening of their condition Monitor and coordinates the delivery of health services for clients as related to behavioral health care, including linking with other treatment providers not only within the primary care setting but, with the clients' permission, outside it as well Assist, to the extent feasible, in the clients' community functioning by helping with public benefits, vocational rehabilitation, social support, housing, etc Document the clients' progress and diagnostic information in the treatment chart Keep the primary care providers fully informed of the clients' needs and progress and works with providers to formulate treatment plans Provide clients with self-management skills and educational information needed so they can be full participants in their own treatment and recovery Help the clients, to cope with chronic conditions like pain and diabetes Provide consultation to clinic management and other team members about behavioral services and suggested areas of outcome and program evaluation Assist the clients in complying with any medical treatment initiated by the primary care provider, such as offering strategies to cope with medication side effects Provide treatment for substance use disorders Position Requirements: · Non restricted LCPC, LCSW license · At least two years of experience as a Behavioral Health/Mental Health provider · Good verbal and written communication skills · Ability to documents within the ACA code of Ethics · Computer skills for the use of electronic medical records (EMR) · Willingness to work with diverse group of people Ideal Skills Focused Assessment · Time Efficiency · Decisiveness with Limited Data · Cognitive-Behavioral Expertise · Skills for Enhancing Motivation to Change · Appreciation for a Population Health Focus · Good Communication with Colleagues · Ability to Function as a Team Member · Flexible Hours/Availability · Understanding of Medical Conditions, Procedures and Medications