The Oregon Supported Employment Center for Excellence (OSECE) has an SE statewide trainer position open. To see details and learn how to apply, click here.
OCEACT would like to announce 3 different ACT related behavioral health positions open at Benton County. Please click on the links to read more and to apply.
- Behavioral Health Administrative Program Manager
- Behavioral Health Program Managers (two positions consisting of Assertive Community Treatment Manager and Substance Use Disorder Team Clinical Manager)
- QMHP – Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Specialist
OCEACT would like to announce that Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare has two open positions: a Peer Support Specialist ACT and a Counselor III, ACT. If you are interested in either of these positions and would like to see the job descriptions or apply directly, please view the links below:
OCEACT would like to present the ACT community with an opportunity to join the Yamhill County ACT team. They are currently seeking a Qualified Mental Health Professional who can serve as a therapist on their ACT team. Please click here to download information on the job description and application process.
Peer Support Specialist position and a Counselor III, ACT position open at Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare has two ACT positions open. Please use links below to view the job postings and any further details on how to apply.
The link to the Counselor III, ACT job post and to apply directly is below:
The link to the Peer Support Specialist, ACT job post and to apply directly is below:
Please give a warm welcome to OCEACT’s new statewide trainer, Christina Lindsey!
Christina Lindsey graduated from The University of Oregon in 2003, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She then spent several years in various customer service positions before landing on an ACT Team in Arizona. There, Christina became very passionate about adult mental health, recovery, and the ACT model in particular. After a year and half in Arizona, Christina followed her husband back to Oregon and secured a place as the Peer Support Specialist for the Laurel Hill Center ACT Team. Christina was with Laurel Hill for four years and is excited for new experiences as a Statewide Trainer with OCEACT.
Christina is a self-professed “nerd” who enjoys science fiction, anime, and comic books. She also enjoys crafting, knitting, and gardening. Christina and her husband like to spend time together playing video games, bike riding, and analyzing the plots of television shows.