• 401(k)
  • 401(k) 5% Match
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Full job description

Adapt Integrated Health Care is looking for an Assertive Community Treatment Supervisor to join their Behavioral Health team!

We Offer:

  • 100% paid premiums for full family medical insurance
  • Waiver cash option
  • Dental and Vision insurance available
  • Generous sick and vacation time accrual rates; accrued time rolls over year-to-year.
  • 5% 401k employer contribution
  • Life insurance policy
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Clinical supervision toward licensure is available.

The ACT Supervisor provides direction and clinical oversight to ACT team staff as providing at least 50% direct service to ACT clients. The ACT supervisor provides integrated outpatient mental health treatment services that are based on medical necessity and that support and promote mental health and recovery. ACT staff endeavor to a) Promote recovery, resiliency, wellness, independence and safety for individuals receiving addictions and mental health services and supports; b) Specify standards for services and supports that are person-directed, client-guided, culturally competent, and trauma-informed and wellness informed; and c) Promote functional and rehabilitative outcomes for individuals throughout a continuum of care that is developmentally appropriate.

ACT staff responsibilities are to engage and respond in crisis intervention; facilitate access for mental health treatment at Adapt; provide therapeutic interventions including informed consent, advocacy, and integrated care; assist with access to community resources; facilitate development and retention of natural and community supports; provide appropriate individual, group, and community psycho-education; actively work to reduce stigma, barriers, and to build a community foundation for success. Many of the services take place in the community setting where the client lives or at hospitals, jails, shelters, or other community agencies.

ACT Supervisor’s accomplish these responsibilities through assessment and prescription of treatment services that support rehabilitation, safety, and recovery through measurable outcomes in collaboration with clientele, and their natural supports when appropriate. Some of the interventions provided include comprehensive assessment; collaboratively developed Individual Service and Support Plan; individual and group therapy and skills training and development; case management; referrals, consultation, coordination and collaboration with community partners and providers; Discharge Summary and continuity of care through transfer and referral. ACT Supervisor as well as other treatment providers at Adapt endeavor to support and promote positive outcomes through use of Evidenced-Based, Best Practices whenever possible.

Required Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in psychology, social work or related field and five years post-experience in a community mental health setting, which includes two years supervisory or program management experience or a satisfactory equivalent combination of experience and training.
  • Must possess a valid Oregon Driver’s License.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provides treatment services through assessments and evaluations, including case management, individual and group treatment which promotes recovery, resiliency, wellness, independence, and safety for individuals receiving addictions and mental health treatment services and supports through prescription of outpatient treatment services that are client-centered, trauma-informed, Evidenced-Based Best-Practices whenever possible; collaborates with clientele and in consultation with team; completes Safety and Recovery Plans forthose individuals that are priority one, those at risk, or for those having a history that indicates that a Safety and Recovery Plan would be of benefit. Clientele is focused on Adult Mental Health Initiative and ACT clients.
  • Perform screenings for referrals that assess the level of SPMI clientele and their appropriateness for the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Program.
  • Provides direct clinical oversight and supervision of the ACT team members to include orientation to the ACT program and fidelity requirement as well as ensuring Evidence-Based Best Practices.
  • Directs and coordinates the client admission process and treatment, rehabilitation and support services of the program. Schedule the admission interview; develop and coordinate the initial assessment and initial treatment plan; assign appropriate staff to treatment team; and provide clinical supervision of the development and implementation of the treatment plan for each client.
  • Responsible for administrative tasks related to meeting fidelity, such as documenting and tracking fidelity components completed, perform quality assurance related to medical record documentation to ensure quality and accuracy to meet fidelity requirements, continue to plan and organize community and agency education components, and develop ideas and strategies to improve the program.
  • Facilitate clinical meetings with a multidisciplinary team and lead additional meetings to improve strategies to successfully meet fidelity,
  • Performs many functions and treatment interventions to adult clientele at Adapt including crisis intervention, eligibility, access, and enrollment services; provides comprehensive assessment and the collaborative development of Individual Service and Support Plans (ISSP); coordinates Individual and Group Therapy and Skills Development and Training; provides Case Management services and supports and consultation, referral, and coordination with agency partners and providers; coordinates discharge planning that includes supports and active planning for provision of continuity of care; coordinates and provides intervention in provision of crisis services as necessary in consultation with Crisis Team and supervisor and/or program manager as soon as this is possible and appropriate; completes SERFs and Incident Accident Reports when appropriate; follows established policy and protocol.
  • Creates access that enables clientele to obtain needed resources, supports, and treatment services (e.g., substance use, medical) through referral, consultation, coordination, case management, and advocacy; provides consultation and training for and with clients, staff, professionals, other services agencies and the public; attends unit meetings and workshops; develops, modifies, and/or obtains training programs and materials in consultation with the program manager.
  • Maintains and completes required records, reports, and documentation as required by departmental policy and state law; provides documentation and written communications.
  • Participates in professional development through individual and group supervision, unit and agency staff meetings, workshops and Essential Learning tutorials; develops, modifies, and or obtains training programs and materials in consultation with supervisor and program manager; promotes peer professional development by sharing training materials and/or training others in successful interventions.

Come join our progressive team and make a difference in the lives of others! For more information on our organization, please visit our website at

Adapt Integrated Health Care is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. We always welcome nominations and applications from women, members of any minority group, and others who share our passion for building a diverse community that reflects the diversity in our clientele. For anyone needing assistance or accommodation with Adapt’s application process, please reach out to our team at or by calling (541) 672-2691 and asking for our Human Resources department.

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