The Case Manager - Clinician is a key associate at Hope Network, Harbor Point whose primary responsibilities includes: coordinating all services necessary to maximize consumer recovery and independence. In residential settings provides clinical and program consultation to direct care staff. Ensure case management compliance with agency standards and the practice model.
The Harbor Point Intensive programs comprise a mental health and co-occurring substance use disorder treatment community located in Nunica, Michigan. These programs provide cognitive-behavioral treatment within a secure environment to adult male consumers. Harbor Point offers a relapse prevention approach to treatment for individuals with a history of sexually offending behavior. Harbor Point provides services utilizing a person-centered planning philosophy and process.
Harbor Point Intensive offers specialized residential treatment for a variety of problem areas including both mental health issues and behavioral concerns. Treatment modalities include a highly specialized sex offender and assaultive offender treatment program, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Behavior Therapy and Substance Abuse Treatment. Therapy is an integral part of all aspects of the program, including: educational groups, group therapy and individual therapy as needed. Harbor Point Intensive offers clinical treatment, support, guidance and education to individuals by utilizing Person Centered Planning philosophy and process.
Educational / Talent Requirements:
- Minimum Education required: Master Social Work Degree. Licensed Master Social Work (LMSW) or Limited Licensed Master Social Work (LLMSW) or Licensed Psychologist (LP) or Limited Licensed Psychologist (LLP) or Temporary Limited Licensed Psychologist (TLLP).
- Current Michigan driver's license with acceptable driving record according to Hope Network insurance carrier definitions.
Work Experience Requirements:
- Prior case management experience in a mental health or rehabilitation setting preferred. Minimum of two years working with children in the foster care, mental health, or residential care.