Program: The Carbon Valley office in Frederick, CO and the Fort Lupton office both offer an array of culturally competent outpatient behavioral health services to all ages and populations. The programs are staffed by therapists who have diverse backgrounds and the ability to work with a wide range of people who have mental and substance use disorders. While this position with be housed in Frederick, the responsibilities extend to all of southern Weld County.
This is an amazing new opportunity for someone to help us grow and expand crisis behavioral health services in the southern region of Weld County. Weld County has a changing demographic as the southern region is gaining a larger percentage of the county's population. North Range would like to ensure the same continuum of care for individuals through the large geographic areas of the county. This individual will need to develop multiple types of community relationships; including law enforcement, ambulance/fire/rescue departments, hospitals, and other healthcare related institutions, plus many others. This individual will also work closely with our long-standing crisis services in and around the Greeley area.
The second phase of this expansion is the development of the "living room" model and expanding our work with the severe and persistent mentally ill. Provides direction and supervision to assigned behavioral health service delivery staff. Assists Program Director in developing and communicating agency, network, and team visions, and operationalizing strategic goals for area of responsibility. Provides therapeutic counseling and case management to clients with mild to severe mental illness and/or substance use disorder as assigned.
- Master's degree in psychology, social work, or other behavioral health discipline from an accredited college or university is required.
- 2 years of related experience in the behavioral health field serving clientele of varying diagnoses and levels of impairment required.
- Colorado clinical licensure in appropriate discipline (LPC, LCSW, LMFT) required.
- Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC) preferred.
- Credentials, such as licensure, higher education and/or CAC II or greater, may be substituted for experience.
- Experience in coordinating behavioral health intervention plans and services with other agencies.
- Must have demonstrated ability to manage others or projects of program significance; Clinical supervision and/or management experience is preferred.