CASES Health Home Care Manager in New York, New York
Maintain a caseload of 12 clients and conduct at least 6 in-person services per month for all clients.
Provide essential transitional care coordination services, including pre-release contacts, day-of-release warm handoffs, assessments and service planning, and assistance with entitlements, housing, vocational, independent living skills, linkage to community supports (e.g., mental health, substance use, medical providers), advocacy, crisis response, and case conferences.
Provide services using a transitional practice framework (i.e., engagement, self-management skills, transfer of care) that is informed by critical time intervention methods
Successfully connect clients to longer term community support services, such as health home care management or assertive community treatment
Document all services in a comprehensive and timely manner in the case record, including assessments, service plans, progress notes, and discharge plans
Complete required reports in the Child and Adult Integrated Reporting System (CAIRS) and the Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) portal
Attend relevant trainings, especially related to prison re-entry and behavioral health/criminal justice
Collaborate professionally and effectively with stakeholders, such as the DOCCS/Parole, the Department of Homeless Services (DHS), and the Office of Mental Health (OMH)
Provide ICM services in a strengths-based, recovery-oriented, trauma-informed, and culturally humble manner
Other duties as requested by the Team Leader or CASES senior management
Bachelor’s Degree with a major or concentration in a relevant human services area.
Five (5) years of experience in (a) providing direct services to individuals with serious mental illness (b) assisting individuals in their re-entry from incarceration to community settings, and (c) linking individuals with serious mental illness to a broad range of services essential to successful living in the community.
Advanced clinical skills in the engagement of high-need individuals with serious mental illness, including motivational interviewing, suicide prevention, risk screening, trauma-informed care, person-centered care planning and interventions, and recovery-oriented approaches.
Strong commitment to serving justice-involved individuals with behavioral health needs.
Bilingual Spanish-speaking a plus.
Individuals with lived experience in the areas of mental health, substance use, or criminal justice involvement are encouraged to apply.
Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
CASES is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment with CASES is based solely on qualifications and competence for a particular position, without regard to race, color, ethnic or national origin, age, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or marital, military, or citizenship status. We also actively recruit individuals with prior involvement in the criminal justice system.Your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.