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INC Adult/Youth Respite-BHT-PT
at Resilient Health
Are you doing what you love? We are! Why? At our core, we are a resiliency-building company. Our purpose is to unleash the power of our employees and participants to create a resilient world, one person at a time.
As an innovative learning and collaborative organization, every position contributes to this purpose and our employees are the heart of who we are. We support healthy work/life balance for our employees and invest in their potential through opportunities for continual learning and growth.
If this resonates with you, we’d love for you apply!
This position is part time working 24 to 28 hours per week.
- Provides social, emotional, and educational support that is mutually offered or provided to others sharing a similar mental health condition to bring about a desired or personal change.
- Resilient Health has determined this is a safety sensitive position. Because this is a safety sensitive position and in accordance with its drug testing policy, Resilient Health reserves the right to exclude or remove a person from this position if RH believes in good faith that the employee's current use of any drug, legal, prescribed by a physician or otherwise if the drug could cause an impairment or otherwise decrease or lessen the employee's job performance or ability to perform the job duties. Employees are obligated to inform RH of any current drug use that could impair or otherwise decrease or lessen the employee's job performance or ability to perform the job duties.
- Provides services to Title XIX (seriously mentally ill (SMI), general mental health (GMH), general mental health and substance abuse (GMH/SA)) and Non-Title XIX youth and/or adult populations.
- Engage individuals, family members, and key stakeholders.
- Work independently as well as part of a team.
- Provide support and rehabilitation services as defined in the Covered Services Guide.
- Provide rest and relief for caregivers/guardians requesting respite services by taking adult and youth participants out in the community.
- Complete documentation that supports the services being provided and that llustrate the individual’s recovery experience.
- Provides input and assist with the respite program development and outings.
- Advocate for and with the individual and family members.
- Provide ongoing support by listening, helping the individual communicate what is or isn’t working, and when appropriate, meet with clinical staff and supervisors to improve quality of processes.
- Assist with and identify supports available in the community and help the person connect with them and help members create a support network.
- Provide transportation to and from the program site and community resources/events, when needed.
- Facilitate skill building and other groups.
- Participate in staff and management meetings, as requested.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Have past or current experience receiving behavioral health services.
- Have the experience and education of a Behavioral Health Paraprofessional (BHPP) as defined by the DHS Behavioral Health Services Agencies Licensure R9-20-204, which is an:
- Associate’s Degree in a human services field or a high school diploma/GED certificate PLUS six weeks of behavioral health work experience in an agency, to an individual, or in a field related to behavioral health
- Experience providing support and rehabilitation services to persons with a SMI a plus.
- Bilingual preferred but not required
MUST BE ABLE TO PROVIDE:
- Five-year motor vehicle report free of any major violations.
- Valid Arizona driver’s license or other state with ability to obtain Arizona license within thirty (30) days of hire.
- Current certifications in CPR and First-Aid or ability to obtain prior to hire date.
- Current Fingerprint Clearance Card or ability to obtain within ninety (90) days of hire.
- Copy of highest degree obtained (High School Diploma, College Degree, or transcription showing graduation date.)