The Mental Health Case Manager works in partnership with service participants to facilitate individual mental health and co-occurring substance use recovery including community integration and role development. Supportive services include engagement, outreach, strengths-based assessment and recovery planning, support network building, and mentoring/coaching/instruction in the exploration and use of community resources to participants.
Essential Job Responsibilities
- Provide individualized recovery coaching services in community locations such as home, work, street, or school.
- Assist participants in choosing, getting, and keeping life goals including providing assistance with developing the skills and resources defined in the recovery plan that will meet their basic living needs (housing, food, education/vocational services, medical care, financial entitlements and social support), facilitate participant-desired community role development, and maximize their potential for successful and satisfying community living.
- Complete required documentation.
- Perform related work as requested/assigned.
- Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, anthropology, nursing, other related social sciences, criminal justice, theology, counseling, or education.
- Community-based case management experience preferred.
- Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License and good driving record.
- A Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check, a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and a FBI Criminal History Background Check.
Penn Foundation is an equal opportunity employer