Mental Health Clinician - TACT - Transitional Age Community Treatment

***$2,000.00 Sign-On Bonus Available***

Job Details:
Position Title: Mental Health Clinician - TACT - Transitional Age Community Treatment
Employment Status: Full Time
Location: Greeley, CO
Position #: 2609
Salary Range: Unlicensed: $48,500.00/yr. - $68,018.00/yr. | Licensed: $56,900.00/yr. - $85,366.00/yr.

The base compensation represents the entry point of the salary range. Salary Placements will vary and may be above the starting wage based on factors including but not limited to location, experience, education, and licensure. Salary placements generally occur between the starting or midpoint of the salary range.

Our VisionWhere Hope Begins and Change is Possible

Program:
The TACT program provides a supportive environment to help clients identify their own goals towards recovery and/or resiliency. TACT teaches skills that will help clients work towards their self-identified life goals (social, educational, housing, benefits, illness management, etc.). The TACT team is staffed with well-trained and compassionate staff, including a program coordinator, therapists, vocational support, family support, and peer support specialists, who receive the training necessary to help clients and families navigate this potentially scary time of life.

Position Summary:
With a Customer First and Compassionate approach, Substance Abuse Counselors will:

  • Provide person-centered assessment, goal planning, and treatment for substance use issues. Provide screening, intakes, and assessment of clients utilizing required instruments and formats.
  • Develop strength-based written treatment plans/updates and continuing care plans and make appropriate referrals. Complete written discharge summaries and correspondence within established timelines.
  • Observe clients in a variety of situations. Assess mental status of clients, evaluate current level of functioning, and develop and implement treatment/service plan to address clients' needs.
  • Intervene and de-escalate crisis situations with clients. Provide crisis intervention via telephone or face-to-face in a variety of settings that may include crisis walk in services, mobile on-site services, residential settings etc. Assess risk of harm to self or others and arrange needed resources.
  • Collaborate continuously with assigned clients to devise safety planning, provide symptom management, identify support systems reduce, and mitigate risk factors.
  • Assist individuals in improving their well-being and quality of life by training in behavioral skills; educate clients to make informed choices; develop clients' coping skills; help clients to problems solve and negotiate tasks of daily living.

Education Requirements:

  • Master's Degree in psychology, social work, or other behavioral health disciplines from an accredited College or University is Required.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Valid Driver's License and driving record that meets agency insurability requirements.

Experience:

  • No experience REQUIRED

Nice to Have, Monetary Incentives Available:

  • Bilingual Spanish speaking DESIRED
  • Colorado Clinical Licensure - LAC, LPC, LCSW, LMFT is preferred (If you don't have it, we will help you get it!!)

Additional Eligibility requirements, as required by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE):

  • Annual Flu Vaccine
  • COVID-19 Vaccine
  • Annual TB testing may be required

Benefits and Perks:
This position may be eligible for the Loan Repayment Program through our partnership with the Colorado Health Services Corps (CHSC), National Health Service Corps (NHSC), or the National Health Service Corps Star Program. Additionally, we provide a comprehensive compensation and benefits package including:

  • Collaborative and Compassionate team culture
  • Competitive compensation structure
  • Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Basic Life and AD&D insurance, Professional Liability/Malpractice Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts
  • Excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Leave Bank hours
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programs
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer contribution
  • Supervision Hours and Group Supervision Hours 
  • Professional Development Tuition Assistance Program
  • Employee Recognition Program 
  • Discounts at participating community and national vendors

North Range Behavioral Health is among the largest employers in Weld County. Our team members are supported and encouraged, and we strongly believe in the importance of a healthy work/life balance. Our employees are provided cutting-edge tools training, and thoughtful supervision in professional development. We thrive on hearing from our employees and encourage the sharing of ideas. 

North Range Behavioral Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.