Main Areas of Responsibility:
The Case manager would provide support to patient in need of assistance with obtaining recover resources such as housing, educations, vocational development, and medical care. Facilities patient rehabilitation group sessions. Plans and assists with the implementation of continuing substance abuse care for assigned patients. Provides educations regarding substance use disorders, mental illness, prevention to patients, and family members. Communicates with the clinical supervisor, clinician, and medical staff members regarding patients' treatment and status.
-High school diploma or GED equivalent; or 60 college credit hours
-Twenty (20) hours of continuing education in the field of behavioral healthcare.
-Individuals providing case management services shall be an Licensed Behavioral Health Professionals (LBHP), Licensure Candidate, Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC) or certified as a behavioral health case manager pursuant to OAC, Title 450, Chapter 50.
-CAC1 certification and have passed the Jurisprudence exam.