Provide comprehensive clinical assessments and treatment services for patients with behavioral health and substance abuse disorders who are Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indian (EBCI) and Indian Health Service (IHS) eligible. Provide clinical screening and comprehensive clinical assessment, treatment plan development, and provision of individual, group and family therapy using evidenced based models. Employee will also provide walk-in assessment, emergency, crisis intervention, consultation and education services as needed. Serve individuals in various locations in the community as assigned. If assigned to a specific population or agency location, employee will follow policies and procedures developed for that unit. This position will primarily serve children and families.
some inpatient consultation. Required to provide services to individuals/families in Graham and Cherokee County.
courts, probation officers, physicians, hospitals, medical care providers, law enforcement officers, social services and community agencies. Regular progress reports are required for communicating with the court and judicial supervisors. Represents the CIHA and the Analenisgi Behavioral Health Program at regular team meetings for progress review and during emergency meetings dealing with high-risk situations.
action when problems are identified. This includes assisting with changes in policy and procedure, which would improve the care of service delivery.