JAMHI is hiring a Clinician II. If you thrive in a fast-paced environment with a team that is dedicated to providing our clients with the highest possible level of service so they can “Live their Own Best Lives”, this position is for you.
Perform clinical intake assessments, functional/psychosocial assessments, diagnostic evaluations and formulate recommendations for appropriate behavioral health, or other, services.
Provide individual and/or group therapy in accordance to individualized treatment plans.
Provide services in an empathic, hopeful and welcoming manner, ensuring that there is truly “No Wrong Door” for service recipients with co-occurring disorders.
With the client’s input, develop & review individualized treatment plans to further develop their ability to live independently in the community.
Act as directing clinician on treatment teams for assigned cases.
Complete all clinical documentation in accordance with state, federal & agency requirements including treatment plans, treatment reviews, functional assessments, and progress notes. Complete all within timelines set by JAMHI.
On a back-up basis only, provide mental health emergency services within the catchment area for individuals with acute emotional or psychiatric crisis through;
Crisis Intervention follow-up
Participation in on-call rotation for 24-hour emergency response coverage to the community.
Prepare and maintain all necessary treatment documents for the court and case record
Provide expert testimony as necessary in court for legal proceedings.
Provide interagency and community consultation and education as needed.
Support and facilitate the development of living skills that will aid independent housing placement in the community; including meal preparation, financial management including entitlements, maintenance of a clean, orderly person and living environment.
Support and facilitate the psychosocial development of clients including social, intellectual and behavioral skill building.
Coordinate with other service providers where necessary to facilitate treatment goals: including, but not limited to Rainforest Recovery Center, Physicians, GHS, Bartlett Regional Hospital, SEARHC, REACH, job coaching, LCCC, court orders and Probation, etc.
Attend all treatment team meetings and other required meetings and trainings.
Other duties as assigned.
A minimum of a master’s degree in a behavioral health field and 2 years of clinical experience.
Must be professionally licensed in field or eligible for licensure and actively pursuing licensure.
Experience working with persons experiencing co-occurring disorders preferred.
Experience with Neurofeedback Theapy preferred.
Ability to pass a criminal background check in accordance with the current state regulation requirements.
Professional writing, computer and communications skills.
Ability to provide and maintain a professional relationship with individual clients and their families, which allows for mutual respect, consistency and empathy in all interactions, and appropriate ethical and relational limits and boundaries.
Must have a valid driver’s license for the last 3 years and be able to clear the JAMHI auto insurance screening through the independent insurance carrier.
Internal Number: 101
About JAMHI Health and Wellness
JAMI (Juneau Alliance for Mental Illness) was founded in 1985 as a family-driven, grass-roots advocacy organization that provided a range of residential support services for adults with severe and chronic mental illness and was Juneau’s National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) affiliate. In Juneau, general mental health and emergency mental health services had been provided by the City and Borough of Juneau for a number of years, but were discontinued in the early 90s and JAMI was asked to assume these functions. JAMI became JAMHI (Juneau Alliance for Mental Health, Inc.) and assumed the role as the state-designated Community Mental Health Center in 2000 and continues to fulfill that responsibility today. In 2011 JAMHI became accredited by CARF International and continues to use the CARF accreditation standards to continuously improve the quality of services provided. In 2014 JAMHI applied for and was awarded a 5-year federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) primary behavioral health care integration project (PBHCHI) grant and began providing physical healthcare to the adults with mental illness served. In 2015 JAMHI piloted a Dartmouth University I...nShape wellness program and wellness services became identifiable elements of the JAMHI service array. In 2017 JAMHI re-organized specifically to improve its integration of a wide range of services consistent with best practices for comprehensive integrated care. In 2018 JAMHI became JAMHI Health & Wellness, Inc. when it merged with another local non-profit the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence – Juneau Affiliate (NCADD-J). In addition to adding a range of prevention services the merger provided opportunity for JAMHI to expand services again, this time adding clinical substance use disorder (SUD) treatment services. Also in 2018 a new clinic at Juneau’s Housing First program called Forget-Me-Not-Manor was established: JAMHI Health & Wellness Midtown Clinic. Today JAMHI Health & Wellness remains a non-profit, comprehensive, dual-diagnosis capable, community behavioral health center, serving the Juneau area including the outlying communities of Gustavus, Elfin Cove, and Tenakee Springs in Southeast Alaska. JAMHI is committed to a person-centered philosophy of welcoming, accessible, integrated, continuous and comprehensive psychiatric rehabilitation, while maximizing recovery and self-determination. Our target population for behavioral health services continues to focus onis still adults with severe and chronic mental illness, those with co-occurring substance use disorders, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Our target population to provide physical healthcare to is anyone in the community who needs accessservice, with a particular focus especially on those who are the most vulnerable. We also serve people reentering the community following incarceration.