UnityPoint Health Social Worker Care Coordinator-Co-Occurring in Davenport, Iowa
Under the direct supervision from the Director of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services and with oversight from the Project Lead of the Robert Young Center Eastern Iowa MH/DS Region, the Co-Occurring Care Coordinator will participate in team delivered substance abuse care coordination services across multiple settings and all 5 Eastern Iowa Region Counties, i.e., hospitals, jails, treatment facilities, transitional living facilities and shelters, and family homes.
The Co-Occurring Care Coordinator will work in an integrated team including, CADCs, QMHPs, MHPs, nurses, physicians, County Services, Judicial and Corrections personnel. The Co-Occurring Care Coordinator may deliver services at the program site, in a community setting such as jail or county office, or in family homes. On-call crisis phone response required during working hours. The Co-Occurring Care Coordinator will have knowledge as it pertains to substance abuse services offered within the five county region and will complete assessments to determine level of care criteria as it pertains to substance abuse. The Co-Occurring Care Coordinator primarily works from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. The Co-Occurring Care Coordinator will be independently licensed, or, within 6 months from obtaining licensure.
Provide direct mental health and substance abuse assessment, intervention and consultation to identified individuals, interact with patients, family, and support systems to reduce barriers and promote progression of care.
Be knowledgeable of all regional substance abuse facilities and services and assist in coordinating care for co-occurring individuals across the region.
Assist citizens with transition of care services and placements.
Actively Practice a TRAUMA INFORMED APPROACH: Robert Young Center and its employees realize the widespread impact of trauma, the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families, and staff, and seek to actively resist re-traumatization. Robert Young Center and its employees consistently demonstrate a trauma-informed approach for both clients and staff and adhere to the six key principles of:
Safety - patients and staff feel physically and psychologically safe.
Trustworthiness and Transparency - organizational operations and decisions are conducted with transparency and the goal of building and maintaining trust among staff, clients, and family members of those receiving services.
Peer support - is integral to the organizational and service delivery approach and are understood as a key vehicle for building trust, establishing safety, and empowerment.
Collaboration and mutuality - there is true partnering and leveling of power differences between staff and clients and among organizational staff from direct care staff to administrators.
Empowerment, voice and choice - throughout the organization and among the clients served, individuals' strengths are recognized, built on, and validated and new skills developed as necessary. The organization aims to strengthen the staff's, clients', and family members' experience of choice and recognize that every person's experience is unique and requires an individualized approach. This includes a belief in resilience and in the ability of individuals, organizations, and communities to heal and promote recovery from trauma. This builds on what clients, staff, and communities have to offer, rather than responding to perceived deficits.
Cultural, Historical, and Gender Issues - the organization actively moves past cultural stereotypes and biases (e.g., based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, geography), offers gender responsive services, leverages the healing value of traditional cultural connections, and recognizes and addresses historical trauma.
Education: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology. QMHP, or, within 6 months of obtaining licensure required. Master’s Degree in Counseling or Social Work with 2 years’ experience and license eligible within 6 months. Substance abuse or co-occurring education. Domestic violence, sexual assault or human trafficking training. Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma informed care training. preferred.
Experience: Internship or prior work experience working with individuals experiencing substance abuse and mental health or behavioral health issues required. Previous experience providing individual, family and group therapy to individuals who are experiencing symptoms of substance abuse and behavioral health issues preferred.
License(s)/Certification(s): Intermediate license or equivalent in the State of Iowa, or obtained within 6 months of hire date required. LCSW, LCPC, achieved, CADC certification, and SA/DV training certification preferred.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Understanding of substance abuse and mental health diagnosis and clinical treatment pathways. Knowledge of social-emotional development and social derminents of health. Basis understanding of common treatment medications required. Understanding of major substance abuse and mental health diagnosis and clinical treatment pathways. Knowledge of social-emotional development. Strong understanding of common treatment medications for substance abuse including MAT. Trauma informed care training or coursework. Sexual Assault/domestic violence training preferred.
Requisition ID: 2020-85656
Street: 1523 S Fairmount
Name: 6020 UnityPoint Health QC Trinity
Name: Eastern IA MH/DS Region- RYC
FTE (Numeric Only; Ex. 0.01): 1.0
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Scheduled Hours/Shift: 8:30-5:00
External Company URL: http://www.unitypoint.org