A Behavioral Health Case Manager professionally applies methods and theory to the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of psychosocial dysfunction, impairment, or disability, including mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders for families, individuals, groups, and organizations. The main responsibility of the Behavioral Health Case Manager is to screen medical records, conduct interviews and assessments, set treatment goals, arrange for expediting and coordinating services and so on.
Planning, managing, and providing social service in medical, mental health, correctional, medical, and any professional military setting.
Diagnosing and providing treatment to individuals with mental disorders, as well as various behavioral and emotional disturbances.
Supervising and directing social work team members in the preparation of social histories and provision of social services within the staff’s level of competence.
Maintaining liaison with civilian and military resources and coordinating social service activities.
Assessing and planning for the social requirements of individuals, groups, families, and organizations.
Administering and supervising social service programs, providing assistance in developing social service programs and resources.
Providing consultation on various social aspects of procedures, policies, and services to volunteers, medical staff, commanders, major commands, and so on.
Conducting staff training in the most beneficial case manager techniques.
Recognizing the role of client in the treatment planning.
Participating in general department meetings, treatment team, and case supervision meetings.
Two (2) or more years of social work or nursing experience in a Behavioral Health healthcare setting or social service agency
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with a master degree in social work from an accredited school of social work, or a Bachelorette Registered Nurse (BSN) from an accredited school of nursing.
Current D.C. licensure as an independently licensed clinical social worker or a Registered Nurse (4 years) : Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW
CPR, First Aid, Crisis Prevention and Intervention certification training
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