CLTS Service Facilitator
This position provides case management and service facilitation to children who have significant disabilities and their families, who are involved in Children’s Long Term Support Waivers (CLTS) and the Children’s Community Options Program (CCOP). This position may also provide service facilitation for the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) as well as perform afterhours Crisis case management for children and adults in need of services.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Approximately 85% of the time is spent performing all duties and tasks essential to provide Children’s Long Term Support Waiver services. This includes determining eligibility, intake, assessment, plan development and ongoing monitoring of plan to ensure it is meeting the needs of children and their families. It also includes referrals to community resources as well as creating and fostering new wavier provider relationships.
2. Approximately 10 % of time is spent providing case management and coordination of services for individuals and families in the county’s Comprehensive Community Services program.
3. Approximately 5 % of the time is spent performing after hours Crisis Services.
4. Maintain agency records and record case data on computer system. Submit reports as required within established time frames.
5. Provide community education and outreach regarding children and families as well as prevention-oriented services.
6. Participate in unit meetings, staff meetings, supervisory conferences, and case conferences concerning case planning and provision of services within as well as outside the department.
7. Work using a team approach, with informal or formal teams, with other members of the department and representatives of other agencies, schools, and institutions to provide integrated services.
8. Participate in staff development, training programs, or other in-service programs as directed.
9. Provide crisis assessment and intervention of adults, youth, and families experiencing mental health and substance use-related emergencies. Complete clinical documentation related to crisis situations. Work as part of crisis team to provide follow up related to safety plans and community referrals.
10. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
EDUCATION: A Bachelor’s degree in social work, sociology, psychology or another human services related field and some experience demonstrating aptitude for work with children with disabilities and their families
EXPERIENCE / JOB KNOWLEDGE: Considerable experience working with mental health and developmental disability populations.
Requires successful completion of the Wisconsin Functional Screen tests.
Requires a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and access to insured transportation.
Applicants must pass background checks.
Requires completion of suicide risk assessment and crisis intervention trainings within first 6 months of hire.
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