Case managers are integral members of a multi-disciplinary team that providers a continuum of services to participants under Probation Supervision. The Case Manager provides one-on-one services to adult participants and is the primary coordinator of service delivery, including facilitation of evidence-based groups. Other responsibilities include developing Individual Service Plans with participants and ensuring follow through on linkages to mental health, substance abuse treatment and other outside services.
Full-Time CADC Case Manager Responsibilities:
• Provide one-on-one services to ADRC clients and facilitates groups;
• Develop an Individualized Treatment Plan for each client, and provide services to caseload of clients;
• Ensure follow through on linkages to mental health, substance abuse treatment and other outside services and provide support;
• Participate in the intake of clients as required; conduct initial interviews of clients assigned to the caseload, and provide program orientation;
•Facilitate the substance abuse rehabilitative program groups;
• Conduct individual, small, and large group counseling sessions;
• Establish and verify a comprehensive daily schedule for clients based on the case plan, including treatment and leisure time schedules;
• Make recommendations regarding caseload matters;
• Conduct and participate in case conferences for each client assigned to the caseload;
• Provide updates of client performance at case conferences with APD;
• Follow the program lesson plan/curricula to ensure fidelity of treatment;
• Attend all staff meetings;
Minimum qualifications and experience:
A minimum of 2 years of experience working with the criminal justice, homeless, or substance abusing population and must be a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC-I) or an Internationally certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICADC). Applicants must possess either a 4-year degree in the Social Sciences or a related field; or an Associate Degree or the equivalent related experience.
Desirable characteristics: Case Managers must be well organized, have strong oral and written communication skills, and have cross-cultural sensitivity and competency. They possess integrity, intelligence, enthusiasm, a sense of humor, and an understanding and respect for the criminal justice population.
Regular work days and hours: Monday through Friday from 10:30am to 7:30pm. Wednesday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Salary: $18.00 to 20.00 per hour DOE
Please note that all staff are required to complete Live Scan fingerprinting following an offer of employment. Criteria for approval or denial of a position include not currently on parole, mandatory supervision, PRCS or probation or under any structured supervision as a result of criminal conduct; not required to register per Health and Safety Code Section 11590, Penal Code Section 290, and/or Penal Code Section 451.
$18 to $20 DOE
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