Sanford Health Crisis Response Worker - Mobile Crisis in Bemidji, Minnesota
Job Title: Crisis Response Worker | Mobile Crisis | Bemidji
Department : Adult Mobile Crisis - Clinic Behavioral Health - Bemidji
Job Schedule: Part Time
Hours Per Shift: Other
The Crisis Response Worker is a member of a mobile crisis response team consisting of two or more mental health professionals, or at least one mental health professional and one mental health practitioner, and provides immediate crisis response. Has direct contact with individuals in crisis and is responsible for the delivery, coordination, and documentation of short-term, intensive mental health services provided during a mental health crisis or emergency. The Crisis Response Worker, under clinical supervision if not independently clinically licensed, coordinates the delivery of program services including Crisis Assessment, Intervention and Stabilization. Crisis Response Worker must be experienced in, and have knowledge of: Mental health assessment, treatment engagement strategies, engagement of recipient's support system, crisis intervention techniques and emergency clinical decision-making abilities. Documents on-site observations and all interventions. Interventions are individualized and culturally responsive. Work is often performed in community settings and may involve coordination with additional community services.
Refer patients, clients, or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary. Act as client advocates to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Applies appropriate psychological skills and technologies according to different counseling stages. Empathizes with patients and establishes rapport with them. Perform crisis interventions with clients. Consults on a variety of risk assessment approaches and applications. Anticipates special issues and considerations for effective decision-making during a crisis. Determines severity of crisis and initiates appropriate response actions.
In Minnesota, must have at least 30 hours of crisis intervention and stabilization training during the past two years and meet the Minnesota Department of Human Services requirements for Mental Health Practitioner. In Minnesota, may have one of the following: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC); Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW); Licensed Independent Social Worker (LICSW); Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Must possess a valid class D driver's license and auto insurance. Must maintain a good driving record and have access to personal vehicle and willingness to use the vehicle in carrying out position responsibilities.
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Job Function: Behavioral Health and Dependency
Job Schedule: Part Time
Req Number: WD01548