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Certified Advanced Children, Youth, and Family Social Worker~(C-ACYFSW)
Community Health Center/Community Clinic
This position maintains and enhances Northern Lakes Youth Guided and Family Driven services for children and families. Engages families, community partners and providers across six counties in a System of Care for Children and Families.
This is an executive position which is responsible for developing, managing, coordinating and supervising a division of services. This position operates with considerable independence under the general supervision of the CEO.
In the absence of the CEO, and at his direction, this position represents the Authority and may function in place of the CEO.
Responsible for population planning, delivery, and evaluation for NLCMH six county services for children with intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disabilities (IDD) and their families and for children with serious emotional disturbance (SED) and their families.
Is responsible for Northern Lakes Early and Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) and Northern Lakes Prevention Coordination and Services.
Northern Lakes Community Mental Health recognizes the value of and employs people with lived experience and believes strongly in Recovery and a Culture of Gentleness. To this end, this position requires a commitment to creating and maintaining a culture that “expects recovery” and “encourages gentleness” and accomplishes ends consistent with the Authority’s Strategic Plan.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Master’s Degree in Social Work or Psychology from an accredited university program.
Ten (10) years progressively responsible experience in a mental health field including at least five (5) years administrative or supervisory experience.
Must have or acquire and maintain licensure with the state of Michigan as a fully licensed professional: Licensed Masters Social Worker or Licensed Psychologist preferred. Masters Limited Psychologist considered.
Additional Salary Information: Northern Lakes CMH offers health, dental and life insurance. Paid Time off, Twelve paid holidays and 401K retirement plan.
Northern Lakes Community Mental Health (NLCMH) serves adults with mental illness, persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and children with serious emotional disturbance (as defined by the Michigan Mental Health Code) in six counties: Crawford, Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Missaukee, Roscommon, and Wexford.We also coordinate the Home and Community Based Services for the Elderly and ...Disabled Waiver Program (also known as the MI Choice Waiver Program), in ten counties. Through this program, eligible adults who meet income and asset criteria may receive Medicaid-covered services like those provided by nursing homes, but can stay in their own home or another residential setting. Our MI Choice Waiver Program is called Northern Health Care Management.NLCMH is part of the Northern Michigan Regional Entity, one of ten Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs) in the state of Michigan which manages behavioral health (mental health, intellectual disability and substance use disorder) services for people enrolled in Medicaid.Our Vision A community of informed, caring people living and working together.Our Mission Our mission is to promote the behavioral health of our individuals, families, and communities through programs that promote recovery, build resilience, create opportunity, and improve quality of life.Our Organizational Values We shall carry out our responsibilities consistent with our Values: 1) In treating all people with compassion, dignity, and respect. 2) In respecting diversity and individuality. 3) In visionary public leadership, local decision-making, and accountability for our actions and decisions.