LCSW needed for full-time, temporary position in Carroll County.
Provides professional level therapeutic services to persons with mental illness and/or addictive disease.Responds to calls in collaboration with the Crisis Response Team to intervene in the crisis and determine the next course of treatment. Conducts face to face comprehensive assessments to identify problems and determine appropriate service/care needs.Creates/writes treatment plans to meet third party payer requirements, regulatory guidelines, and the individual’s needs.Works alongside Carroll County Crisis Response team. Facilitates the admission process and maintains communication with referral sources, families, patients and unit staff. Writes timely progress notes that relate directly to the treatment outcomes. Modifies treatment plans, as needed, based on new developments and needs identified by the individual.Crisis services may be provided during non-traditional hours as indicated by Crisis Response Team hours of operation. May perform some case management duties to facilitate and ensure communication, linkage, and continuity of care between individuals, physicians, other organizational components, community resources, and service providers. Develops and maintains cooperative working relationships with community service providers and other program components. Participates in ongoing training. Performs other clinical duties as needed to promote the services of the Carroll County Crisis Response Team.