ACT RN – Adapt Integrated Health Care

Adapt Integrated Health Care is looking for a Registered Nurse to join their ACT team.

  • $5,000 Signing Bonus
  • 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 position of Registered Nurse provides support with psychiatric medication management, health and wellness assessment and education, along with managing referrals for medical/dental care. The RN works with the EASA and ACT teams, adheres to the fidelity of each program, and supports the practice of the LMP and Adapt Mental Health staff to meet the needs of the clients. Assess patient health problems and needs throughout their treatment. Develop and implement nursing care plans and maintain medical records. Administer nursing care to patients and advise on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management. The position will supervise medical staff and assist in treatment by also monitoring vital signs, dispense medication at the correct times, report to the medical staff concerns, and provide top notch customer service. Position contacts will include psychiatric patients- many with co-occurring substance use disorders, physicians, pharmacists, case managers, program managers, psychotherapists, hospitals, insurance agencies, and laboratories to perform nursing liaison duties.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Manage the medication system, administer, and document medication treatment
  • Communicate and coordinate services with the other medical providers
  • Engage in health promotion, prevention, and education activities (i.e., assess for risky behaviors and attempt behavior change)
  • Conduct home and community visits
  • Educate other team members to help them monitor psychiatric symptoms and medication side effects
  • Develop strategies to maximize the taking of medications as prescribed (e.g., behavioral tailoring, development of individual cues and reminders)
  • Engage in health promotion, prevention, and education activities (i.e., assess for risky behaviors and attempt behavior change)
  • Screen and monitor consumers for medical problems/side effects
  • Refer client to other health resources as needed; collaborate with community health, community partners and agencies to promote the overall well-being of Mental Health clients.

Required Qualifications

  • Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing, current, unrestricted Registered Nurse license in Oregon with no restrictions, 2-year experience in acute care, critical care, emergency room or correctional health care setting preferred. CPR, First Aide, AED, Universal Precaution experience a must. Preferred
  • Thorough knowledge of psychological/psychosocial theory, principles, and practices of mental health treatment
  • Thorough knowledge of human behavior/development as it relates to crisis situations and problems of client population.
  • Thorough knowledge of behavior intervention, management and support strategies and principles.
  • Working knowledge of psychoactive medication and treatment applications.

For more information on the organization, please visit the website at www.adaptoregon.org. 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. They 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 careers@adaptoregon.org or by calling (541) 672-2691 and asking for our Human Resources department. #INDA1 Job Type: Full-time Pay: From $39.90 per hour

 

 

OSECE is hiring!

OSECE has an opening for a statewide trainer position and is asking for your help in disseminating that position to your network or to anyone you know who might be interested in the position.

The duties of a statewide trainer include but are not limited to:
Facilitating fidelity reviews
Writing fidelity reports
Providing training to programs to which they are assigned
Developing and maintaining positive relationships with IPS programs
Developing and maintaining relationships with community partners
Helping with conference planning for our annual OSECE conference

Please note that there is travel involved in the position.

If you know anyone who might be interested please have them apply by clicking the HERE.

ACT Nurse – Cascadia Health (FACT team)

Sign on Bonus may Apply! Certain restrictions apply: Bonus is pro-rated based on set of hours work per week (FTE), Bonus is provided in two installments that must meet certain conditions, Bonus does not apply to Per Diem (on-call) positions, must have been employed with Cascadia for at least 12 consecutive months or be a current employee.

apply on the Cascadia website: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=86429&clientkey=18D44DA14ABFBC421E04061002A767BE

Exciting Opportunity: Registered Nurse for Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) Program

The schedule for this position Monday through Friday, daytime business hours. This position is community based. Medical supply and equipment is mobile to support community-based model.

Mission: At Cascadia Health, we’re dedicated to delivering comprehensive mental health services and promoting wellness within our communities. Our FACT Program is at the forefront of providing intensive, client-centered support to individuals with severe mental illnesses and addiction issues who have current or historical justice involvement.

Program Description: Our Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) Program is a beacon of hope for individuals navigating complex mental health challenges and justice involvement. Through a multidisciplinary and community-based approach, FACT offers intensive, time-unlimited services aimed at improving mental health outcomes, daily functioning, and reducing recidivism. From individual therapy and case management to crisis support and medical coordination, FACT provides a holistic framework for healing and empowerment.

Why Join Us?

  • Impactful Work: Make a tangible difference in the lives of individuals facing mental health challenges and justice involvement.
  • Innovative Approach: Join a forward-thinking team committed to providing cutting-edge, trauma-informed care.
  • Professional Development: Grow your skills and expertise in a supportive environment that values continuous learning and collaboration.

Position Overview: As a Registered Nurse for our FACT Program, you’ll play a pivotal role in coordinating a wide range of supportive and therapeutic behavioral health services for adults with complex needs. From medication management to crisis intervention, you’ll provide compassionate care while supporting a trauma-informed environment. With an understanding of the effects of trauma on health and coping, you’ll empower our clients on their journey toward recovery and wellness.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide quality nursing care, including medical interventions and documentation.

  • Formulate Nursing Care Plans for clients’ medical/physical conditions and administer medications as prescribed.

  • Collaborate with the interdisciplinary team to develop and implement treatment plans.

  • Act as a liaison with medical staff, pharmacy, and other outside agencies to ensure continuity of care. Acts as the face of medical care for FACT team and take the lead on all medical case management and coordination.

  • Administer psychotropic medications and interpret client response to medication.

  • Document client contacts, progress, and relevant events in compliance with regulations.

  • Assist in crisis situations, following emergency protocols and trauma-informed interventions.

  • Educate clients about medications, medical treatments, and ongoing support strategies.

  • Engage in health promotion, prevention, and education activities within the community.

  • Provide on-call crisis response and back-up interventions as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Active Oregon Registered Nurse License and CPR/First Aid Certification.

  • QMHP or QMHA credential as outlined in OAR 309-016-0005.

  • Minimum two years of clinical experience in inpatient or outpatient settings preferred.

  • Knowledge of medical conditions commonly encountered by individuals with severe mental illnesses.

  • Motivational Interviewing skills and ability to maintain a trauma-informed care environment.

  • Proficiency in computer hardware and software for job functions.

  • Valid driver’s license, clean driving record, and ability to pass Defensive Driving course.

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Generous Paid Time Off Package
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
  • Retirement Savings Plan with Matching Contribution
  • Flexible Spending Accounts for Medical, Dependent Care, and Transportation
  • Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, and Life Insurance
  • Wellness Benefits including Employee Assistance Program and Trauma Support Team

Join Our Team: If you’re ready to embark on a rewarding journey of empowerment and transformation, apply now to become a Registered Nurse for our FACT Program at Cascadia Health. Let’s make a positive impact together and create a brighter future for our community!

Cascadia Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us.

ACT Peer – LifeWorks NW

ACT is an intensive Assertive Community Treatment fidelity program. This is a community-based program, with approximately 80% of your time spent in the community. Our team works with adults, ages 18-99, who have severe and persistent mental illness who need intensive, wrap around services to assist with issues including (but not limited to) difficulty with housing, social support, interactions with law enforcement, addictions, economic status, employment, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, interpersonal skills, basic needs, and general independent living skills that are barriers to residing independently in the community.

apply on the the LifeWorks website: https://lifeworksnw.e3applicants.com/careers/Peer-Support-Specialist-ACT-943-1402

The Peer Support Specialist provides a variety of recovery-oriented services to individuals who have self-identified as desiring peer supports, to promote greater independence, community integration and recovery. Services provided by peers (people who have had the experience of mental health treatment and have training in Peer Support) include a wide variety of supports, services and advocacy that contribute to a client’s ability to engage in ongoing treatment and work towards less dependence on traditional mental health treatment. These activities acknowledge the importance of involving significant others in the persons treatment that could positively impact their recovery.

Location: This position is based out of LifeWorks NW’s Beaverton site.

Pay/Benefits: $22.82 starting hourly pay, plus Full benefits.

This role participates in on-call 24/7 crisis phone rotation, members are on-call for 7 day shifts in case of client emergencies, hospitalizations, and to serve as an after-hours emergency contact, mostly by phone and occasionally in person. The on-call clinician receives an additional $210 stipend per week when performing this duty.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Uses a Person-Centered approach to create and work on a Peer-Assisted Wellness Recovery Plan tailored to the specific needs of the individual receiving services.
  • Uses his/her own experiences as guided by training and also models the principles of recovery for those they work with, including gaining greater independence, emphasize wellness and self-determination.
  • Assists the persons they work with to identify and utilize natural community supports to decrease dependence on the traditional mental health system.
  • Work with clients to develop wellness and recovery goals towards what the client wants for their lives.
  • Present a model of someone in recovery and share their own experiences as their training provided guidance.
  • Work with clients on specific and obtainable goals included in the person’s ISSP.
  • Provides support to clients who are having symptoms that could result in hospitalization.  Duties could include grocery shopping, meal preparation or just spending time with clients until they feel secure enough to be on their own
  • Assists clients in accessing community resources such as food boxes, healthcare appointments and other services as appropriate.
  • Assists clients in maintaining medication compliance.  May deliver medications, makes reminder calls and home visits to ensure compliance.
  • Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients’ treatment.
  • Educate and advocate for the values and principles of Peer Delivered Services and the Recovery Model.

Qualifications: 

  • Self-identifies as a current or former recipient of mental health services
  • Holds a Peer Support Specialist certification from a State-approved training program.
  • Holds a Traditional Heath Worker (THW) Number.
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills and ability to provide culturally-competent treatment services to diverse client populations.
  • Familiar with developmental needs of adults.
  • Basic computer skills including keyboarding, use of mouse, ability to navigate website and use common web browser.
  • Transporting clients in a personal vehicle may be required. If required, access to car, valid driver’s license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage and ability to meet driving requirements are necessary.

LifeWorks NW is a private, non-profit organization providing prevention, mental health, substance use treatment, and related social services to youths, adults, and older adults in over fifteen locations throughout Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties. LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Our core values-Recovery and Relationships, Resilience, and Results-inform the work we do. The four pillars of the strategic vision include: Compassionate, Impactful Care; Holistic Health; Passionate Team; and a Thriving Organization. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are critical to successfully achieving the mission. We know that “life works” when people get the help they need and are dedicated to changing lives.

Equal Opportunity Employer

www.lifeworksnw.org

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Mental Health Specialist I, QMHP – Linn County Mental Health

Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Location: Albany, OR
Job Type: Full Time- SEIU
Job Number: 24-00034A
Department: Mental Health
Opening Date: 01/30/2024
Closing Date: Continuous
FLSA: Exempt
Bargaining Unit: SEIU

Description

LINN COUNTY IS OFFERING SIGN ON BONUSES OF 10% OF YOUR ANNUAL SALARY.

Linn County Mental Health is recruiting for experienced mental health therapist to work with adults who experience a range of symptoms including trauma, depression, psychosis, and anxiety. The person filling this position should be skilled in assessment, individual and group therapy, case management and consultation. Candidates should have familiarity with Evidence Based Practice and have excellent case management and therapy skills. Must be willing to work as part of an interdisciplinary team and follow documentation requirements in accordance with the Oregon Administrative Rules and department policies and procedures.

Follow this link to apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/linncountyhealth/jobs/4423732/mental-health-specialist-1-act?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Minimum Qualifications

Masters degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or related field is required. Professional or supervised practicum-level experience in providing similar services to persons with similar problems or concerns is desirable but not required. Any satisfactory equivalent combination of experience, education and training which demonstrates the ability to perform the work described may be acceptable.
Linn County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Benefits

Linn County employees say their benefits play a large role in what makes the County such a great place to work.  We offer competitive benefit plans.

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits
    • Family plans are less than $15 per month
  • Vacation and Floating Days
  • Paid Holiday Time
    • 10.5 paid holidays
  • Sick & Bereavement Time
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • County Paid Life and Long Term Disability Benefits
  • Longevity Incentive
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness
  • Public Employee Retirement System (PERS)
    • Fully Paid by County

We offer a Work/Life Balance with our work week is 37.5 hours. With our reduced schedule it allows for a healthier work life balance.

For a full list of our benefits, please visit our Benefits webpage: Benefit Summary

Follow this link to apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/linncountyhealth/jobs/4423732/mental-health-specialist-1-act?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs