COMHAR is a nonprofit community based organization. Our mission is to provide health, and human services that empower individuals, families and communities to live healthier self-determined lives.
The Coordinating Lead Clinician is the lead on a team of behavioral health professionals, housed in schools, who provide treatment to students who have been assigned to the IBHS program. The IBHS teams consist of: Master's level Lead Clinicians, Group Mobile Therapists, and Bachelor's or High School Level BHT Worker. Clinicians have a 1:10 staff to student ratio, and Group Mobile Therapist have a 1:3 staff to student ratio.
- The Coordinating Lead Clinician is stationed at the school for the entire day.
- The Coordinating Lead Clinician will have a reduced caseload; as such they are able to address specific program issues on a daily basis. The caseload will be reduced in accordance to the size and needs of the school program.
- They are assigned specific, non-billable tasks to complete and support the program.
- The Coordinating Lead Clinician would be asked to arrive prior to the beginning of each school day. They should be responsible for ensuring that BHT workers arrive in a timely manner. They would manage the sign-in/sign-out book.
- Each Coordinating Lead Clinician is asked to conduct a prep meeting (with BHT staff) each day prior to the beginning of each school day.
- The Coordinating LC would be responsible for managing all morning programming. These tasks would include distribution of tasks to BHT, including assigning persons to work in Breakfast Club or lunch room setting, as well as assigning persons to escort to and from morning programming and transition back to classroom.
- The Coordinating Lead Clinician should model for other Clinicians how to manage morning activity.
- Work with LC's and Care Coordinator on enrolling children in summer camp activities.
- Develop a resource book at schools.
- Licensed mental health professional, or a Graduate mental health degree with at least two year experience in a CAASP system (employed by or under contract to Children and Youth Services, Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, Special Education, or Drug and Alcohol work).
- Licensed preferred
- Act 33 clearances.
***Effective October 15, 2021, all employees/contractors/interns/volunteers are required to provide our office with proof of COVID vaccination.
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