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North Suffolk Mental Health Association

Location: ChelseaMA 02150 Document ID: AC443-5JUV Posted on: 2018-12-1512/15/2018 Job Type: Full-time

Job Schedule:Full-time

Behavioral Health Care Coordinator - $1000.00 Sign-On Bonus

The Care Coordinator serves as a member of a Behavioral Health Community Partners (BH CP) team. As the Care Coordinator, you provide person-centered and recovery oriented care management and coordination to assigned Enrollees. Help get Enrollees to access and utilize resources to improve and maintain their health and quality of life.

  • Conducts outreach and engagement activities to encourage enrollment
  • Functions as the primary care coordinator for assigned Enrollees
  • Facilitates communication and collaboration among all Enrollees' health and behavioral health care providers, family and community resources
  • Assists Enrollees with navigating through all systems of care, provides referrals to appropriate services and supports, coaches and assists Enrollee to attain health and wellness goals
  • Organizes and facilitates Care Team meetings
  • Actively participates in discharge planning for Enrollees leaving an inpatient unit
  • Completes all clinical and administration documentation
  • Assists or facilitates Enrollees obtaining and maintaining decent and affordable housing, insurance, social security, and other entitlement benefits
  • Complies with all mandated reporting requirements and regulations (i.e. DCF, DMH, DPPC, Elder Protective Services)
  • Attends and utilizes supervision meetings. Brings issues of concern and/or importance to supervisor for consultation
  • Reads and follows procedures as detailed in contractual materials, agency policies and procedures, and other relevant regulations and guidelines


Education: Bachelor's degree in a behavioral health or social service

Experience: Two years of experience working with people with behavioral health disorders required; experience working with people with substance use disorders preferred.

Skills: Valid driver's license and a vehicle are required in order to attend required trainings, meetings and/or fulfill other responsibilities of this role. Embraces person-centered planning philosophy and Motivational Interviewing.