Sign-On Bonus Available ***
*** $5,000.00 per
year add on pay Available ***
Mental Health Clinician - Crisis, Co-Responder
Employment Status: Full Time
Position #: 2968
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 range. Actual salaries 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 wage and the midpoint of the salary range.
Vision - Where Hope
Begins and Change is Possible
North Range Behavioral Health and multiple
Police Departments within Weld County have partnered together to create the
Co-Responder program. This collaborative team will align and embed behavioral
health staff to each respective police department, allowing for a behavioral
health specialist to respond on the scene in the community with public safety
officers. A full-time Mental Health Clinician is assigned to the team and
scheduled in identified peak times for behavioral health calls. Be a part of
our Mission - provide compassionate, comprehensive care for people
who face mental health and addiction challenges.
With a Customer First and Compassionate approach,
- Observe clients in several situations.
Assess diagnosis and mental status of clients, evaluate the current level of
functioning, and develop and implement treatment/service plan to address
- Intervene and de-escalate crises with
clients. Provide crisis intervention via telephone or face-to-face in several
settings that may include crisis walk-in services, mobile on-site services,
residential settings, etc. Assess the risk of harm to self or others and
arrange needed resources.
- Collaborate continuously
with other clinicians, law enforcement, external providers, and psychiatrists
to provide services to clients. Maintain close and cooperative relationships
with community agencies and other public agencies in carrying out
- Provide person-centered assessment,
goal planning, and treatment for mental health and/or substance use issues.
Provide screening, intakes, and assessments of clients utilizing required
instruments and formats within appropriate timelines.
- Collaborate continuously with assigned
clients to devise safety planning, provide symptom management, identify support
systems, reduce and mitigate risk factors. May deliver services to clients in
their homes or other settings in the community.
- A Master's Degree in psychology,
social work, or other behavioral health disciplines from an accredited College
or University is required.
- A valid driver's license and driving
record that meets the North Range Behavioral Health insurability
- Meet the minimum requirements of
applicable federal, state, and organization background checks including, the
Criminal Justice Information Sector.
to Have, Monetary Incentives Available:
- Colorado clinical licensure in the
appropriate discipline (LAC, LPC, LCSW, LMFT).
- Bilingual Spanish speaking preferred
- No experience is required, although
experience in coordinating mental health intervention plans and services with
other agencies is preferred.
Eligibility requirements, as required by the Colorado Department of Public
Health and Environment (CDPHE):
- Annual Flu Vaccine
- COVID-19 Vaccine
- Annual TB testing
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
- Competitive compensation structure
- Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance,
Vision Insurance, Basic Life and AD&D insurance, Professional
Liability/Malpractice Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings
- Excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) and
Extended Leave Bank hours
- Access to Employee Assistance Programs
- 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer
- Supervision Hours
- 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. We provide our employees with 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