Purpose Provide crisis intervention, crisis counseling for individuals and families, referral and short-term follow-up, and collaborative community consultation, and education. Perform crisis line risk assessments to evaluate and triage to the most appropriate treatment setting. Be part of an expanding program. Please click on the link to see how great an opportunity this position is -u00a0**** One .6 FTE PM's (48 hours per pay period) u00a0 Education and Experience Requirement Minimum Education High school diploma or equivalent Minimum Work Experience Less than one year experience Required Skills None Driving Requirements: u2022 Valid Wisconsin driver's license and appropriate auto insurance coverage as required by North Central Health Care u2022 Must have the use of a personal vehicle Preferred: u2022 Associate's degree in human services field u2022 Certified Nursing Assistant license u2022 SAC-IT certification in CBRF position u2022 One to three years experience Essential Duties and Responsibilities Collaboratively works with Crisis Center Staff to ensure a therapeutic transition into appropriate programming Communicates effectively with NCHC departments and community partners to obtain collateral information, ensure collaborative efforts, consistency, and proactive response to client needs. Completes an Individualized Service Plan that targets the needs of the client. Performs daily care duties according to program specific procedures. Documents daily progress in a timely manner in the EMR. Ensures patient rights are maintained. Provides information, support, intervention, coordination, and referral for additional or ongoing services. Provides immediate support in on-site crisis situations. Completes Assessments according to credentials as assigned by Program Manager. Participates in Supervision according to credentials and state regulations. Maintains regular and predictable on-site attendance. Competencies Annual competencies as required by North Central Health Care and/or various regulatory agencies based on entity and/or job title. Maintains communication with crisis team and inpatient treatment staff as needed. Knowledge of the services and operation of NCHC. Knowledge in crisis intervention technique maintains resident's health and safety as a primary concern. Maintains knowledge of all crisis policies, including admission paperwork. Cross trained for assistance to the Behavioral Health Unit. Knowledge of WI S.S. Chp's 48, 51, and 55. Maintain necessary supervision to retain certification as an approved Chapter -34 certified staff member. Complete 60 hours training / orientation On-call positions must sign up for 6 eight-hour shifts within a two week period and have knowledge of mental health disorders and trauma in youth. CBRF positions must have knowledge of mental health disorders and substance abuse in adults.