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Job Summary Intensive Community Support is designed to be a key part of the continuum of mental health services and support for people (adults and children) with a serious mental illness or emotional disturbance. Intensive Community Support Specialist promotes independence and quality of life by coordinating appropriate services and providing constant and ongoing support as needed by the child/youth and their family. The Intensive Community Support Specialist (ICSS) is directly involved with the child or youth and attempts to develop a caring, supportive relationship with the child/youth and their family. Intensive Community Support Services must be responsive to child/youth’s multiple and changing needs. ICSS is pivotal in coordinating required services across the mental health system and other service systems (i.e., local school, CPS, Chancery Court, Youth Court, crisis response, and substance use services). Intensive Community Support Services must help the child/youth function in the least restrictive, most natural community environment and improve their quality of life by helping them achieve their recovery goals. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or a related field required with at least 3 years of previous experience in a mental health setting. A Provisional Certification through the Department of Mental Health (PCCSS) must be acquired and documentation presented to Human Resources within 90 days from hire date and (CCSS) must be obtained within to 2 years from the date of issuance.  Employee must demonstrate ability to recognize consumers’ individual needs based on medical conditions, age, limitations and planned procedures. Good communication skills are necessary. Must have valid driver’s license in Mississippi and proof of auto insurance. This position has been determined to have an occasional or very low risk of occupational exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

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Job Summary Intensive Community Support is designed to be a key part of the continuum of mental health services and support for people (adults and children) with a serious mental […]

Full Time, Internship
Posted 9 months ago
Job Summary:Under the supervision of a Case Management Team Leader and assigned Case Manager, Intern will be responsible for assisting with caseload of adults with serious and persistent mental disorders or children with emotional/behavioral/conduct disorders and their families. Reports to Intern Supervisor. Qualifications: Intern must be currently enrolled in a Bachelor level Behavioral Health Program. Intern must purchase and maintain professional liability insurance for duration of internship. Intern must comply with all university expectations, complete assigned coursework, and provide Mental Health Intern Supervisor with information regarding field study requirements, evaluations and syllabi. Requires flexibility in working conditions and assignments; good oral and written communication skills and knowledge of psychiatric disorders and corresponding treatment. Must have a valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance (if performing school or home visits). This position has been determined to have an occasional or very low risk of occupational exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

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Job CategoryAdult Services, Children's Services

Job Summary:Under the supervision of a Case Management Team Leader and assigned Case Manager, Intern will be responsible for assisting with caseload of adults with serious and persistent mental disord...

HBHS offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including BCBS of MS Health, UHC Dental & Vision, Life Insurance, Long Term and Short Term Disability, 401k with 5% Match, Paid Time Off and much more! Job Summary:  The Peer Specialist will perform a wide range of tasks to assist peers of all ages in regaining independence within the community and mastery over their own recovery process.  The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, serving as role models to peers, helping other consumers with skill building, goal setting, problem-solving and finding resources.  Reports to Mobile Crisis Team Lead. Qualifications:  High school diploma or GED equivalent required.  Must be a current or former consumer, or first degree family member of an individual who has received treatment for and self-identifies as a consumer or former mental health consumer.  Must have demonstrated a minimum of six (6) months, preferably twelve (12) months, in self-directed recovery.  Must have completed at least one of the DMH recognized peer training programs such as, Family-to-Family or Family Time Out.  Must successfully pass the Certified Peer Support Specialist after completion of training.   Good communication skills are necessary. This position has been determined to have an occasional or very low risk of occupational exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

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Full Time, Internship
Posted 1 year ago
Job Summary:Under the supervision of a Master-level Therapist, the intern will be responsible for providing mental health assessment, evaluation and counseling for consumers and families of consumers. Reports to Intern Supervisor. Qualifications: Intern must be currently enrolled in a Clinical Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or Marriage and Family Therapy graduate program. Intern must purchase and maintain professional liability insurance for duration of internship. Intern must comply with all university expectations, complete assigned coursework, and provide Mental Health Intern Supervisor with information regarding field study requirements, evaluations and syllabi. Requires flexibility in working conditions and assignments; good oral and written communication skills and knowledge of psychiatric disorders and corresponding treatment. Must have a valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance (if performing school or home visits). This position has been determined to have an occasional or very low risk of occupational exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

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Job CategoryAdult Services, Children's Services

Job Summary:Under the supervision of a Master-level Therapist, the intern will be responsible for providing mental health assessment, evaluation and counseling for consumers and families of consumers....

Full Time
Posted 2 years ago
Job Summary:The PMHNP student will be under the supervision of a clinical preceptor with practice areas including Psychiatric/Mental Health family, pediatrics and adults. HBHS has a limited number of preceptors available each semester. You will be contacted by a member of our staff if HBHS is able to accommodate your request for a preceptor. 2019 FALL SEMESTER AVAILABILITY IS CLOSED.

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Job Summary:The PMHNP student will be under the supervision of a clinical preceptor with practice areas including Psychiatric/Mental Health family, pediatrics and adults. HBHS has a limited number of ...