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Behavioral Health Link - Crisis Now
Remote Crisis Counselor - Crisis Call Center (Montgomery County, OH)

Full Job Description

Description:

Immediate openings Tuesday through Saturday 8am – 430pm and Sunday through Thursday 4pm – 1230am ET. Flexible Schedule including, Overnight, Part-Time, and Full-Time. Weekday morning availability a plus. Excellent opportunity to gain valuable crisis experience! This position is 100% remote and is part of the 24/7/365 behavioral health crisis and access line serving Montgomery County, OH.

Who We Are:

Behavioral Health Link has provided crisis intervention, behavioral health and developmental disability screening, triage, and linkage services since 1998 and is a recognized leader in crisis services and software. We currently operate the statewide Georgia Crisis and Access Line and mobile crisis response services in four of the six GA regions. We also operate a call center and mobile crisis services in Montgomery County, OH. Our proprietary software powers our services as well as the services of other agencies throughout the U.S. and abroad.

We are an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, ethnicity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Requirements:

What We’re Looking For:

Our crisis call center will be staffed by caring professionals with an empathetic ear and a passion to help others. We strive for 80% or better call resolution. For those instances where that is not practical, linkage to the least restrictive level of care, closest to the individual’s home is our goal. The crisis call center will also provide online emotional support through text and chat.

The Crisis Counselor will screen, assess, triage, and provide telephonic crisis intervention/de-escalation to assist in identifying concerns with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and/or substance abuse and will collaboratively determine an immediate course of action. The Crisis Counselor will also utilize assessment information and community resources to provide information and/or linkage and referral to services and complete appropriate documentation in accordance with established policies and procedures.

What This Role Requires:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health discipline with at least one year experience in direct behavior health/IDD care; Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor II, Licensed Social Worker, or Certified Peer Recovery Supporter with three  years experience as a peer specialist or
  • Master’s degree in a behavioral health discipline with an internship or practicum or
  • Licensure or certification as: Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, or Licensed Independent Social Worker in the state of Ohio or NBCC certification as a National Certified Counselor.

Direct behavioral health and/or telephonic triage experience a plus.

To apply today, email your resume and cover letter to - Janell Hill at jhill@ihrcorp.com

Behavioral Health Link - Crisis Now
Licensed Clinician / Counselor ( LPC, LISW, LSW ) Dayton, OH

Full Job Description

Description:

Immediate openings for Sunday through Thursday 8am – 430pm and Tuesday through Saturday 4pm – 1230am. Candidates must meet both specified requirements for this role and live in Montgomery County or surrounding areas (greater Dayton, OH area). Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation are required.

Who We Are:

Behavioral Health Link has provided crisis intervention, behavioral health and developmental disability screening, triage, and linkage services since 1998 and is a recognized leader in crisis services and software. We currently operate the statewide Georgia Crisis and Access Line and mobile crisis response services in four of the six GA regions. We also operate a call center and mobile crisis services in Montgomery County, OH. Our proprietary software powers our services as well as the services of other agencies throughout the U.S. and abroad.

We are an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, ethnicity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Requirements:

What We’re Looking For:

Teams of two rapidly respond to Individuals in need in the community as part of our Mobile Crisis Response Service. These teams consist of a QBHP and a paraprofessional who respond as part of this 24/7/365 service.

The QBHP leads the mobile response encounter, conducting community-based, face-to-face assessments of Individuals with behavioral health and/or substance misuse conditions in an active state of crisis. The QBHP identifies the Individual’s immediate needs, determines the level of risk, de-escalates/resolves the crisis, collaboratively develops crisis safety plans, and/or facilitates referral to a higher level of care if indicated. When not actively dispatched, assists the Crisis Call Center Hub with answering calls and completing telephonic assessments.

The community-based response includes, but is not limited to, homes, schools, parks, on the street, etc. but excludes hospital emergency departments and jails.

To apply today, email your resume and cover letter to - Janell Hill at jhill@ihrcorp.com