Job Description

OBHC is currently in the process of developing a Wraparound Intensive Services (WISe) team to provide services to identified children and their families. We are currently accepting applications for the position of Care Coordination Provider.  Duties will include:

  • Provide intensive care coordination services for WISe clients and families consisting of individual, group, family counseling, crisis intervention, and case management services;
  • Facilitate Child and Family team (CFT) meetings to ensure access, voice and choice within the wraparound process and to support the family’s connection to the CFT members. Support additional meetings as needed;
  • Create the Plan of Care for each family in WISe that describes the family, the team, and the work to be undertaken to meet the family’s needs.  Ensure that the Plan of Care is updated after each CFT meeting and that the Team Goal is rated by all in attendance. Complete all action steps assigned during the CFT meetings;
  • Complete a CANS screening and assessment on WISe referred children/youth.  Reassess the child/youth using the CANS every three months.  Use the CANS outcomes as part of the Plan of Care.  Document client progress to maintain a permanent record of client activity according to established policies and procedures;
  • Complete all required progress notes according to OBHC guidelines, policies and procedures regarding format, content and timeliness. Ensure that progress notes accurately depict treatment modalities and interventions provided within the clinician’s scope of practice and according to the treatment plan.
  • Provide and coordinate outreach and crisis intervention services to families in the community, and routinely identify and evaluate physical risk factors for self and others while in potentially unsafe neighborhoods and homes.  Consult with DMHP's and law enforcement officials when appropriate. Participate as scheduled to ensure WISe crisis coverage and services 24 hours/7 days a week;
  • Educate and support clients’ families. Consult with families and community agencies such as DSHS, schools, court systems, etc., to maintain coordination in the treatment process;
  • Assist and support clients and families in finding and effectively using a primary care provider and a dentist, and to develop health self-management skills.  Work with team to coordinate psychiatric care with medical care;
  • Participate in the assessment of the client’s psychiatric and medical history (e.g. onset, course, and effect of illness, past treatment and responses, and risk behaviors), mental status and diagnosis; physical health and dental health; use of drugs or alcohol; education and employment; social development and functioning; activities of daily living (e.g. self-care, diet and nutrition, etc.) and family structure and relationships;
  • Participate in providing information to clients on substance use issues such as the effect on mental and physical health and daily functioning.  Participate in planning to reduce use or abstain from the use of substances, and help teach replacement behaviors; 
  • Monitor assigned clients for LRA compliance.  Facilitate LRA extensions with Acute Care and all court-involved personnel to ensure LRA's are continued uninterrupted, as appropriate.  Assist Acute Care in determining when revocation is appropriate;
  • Immediately refer person to Acute Care if person is presenting with moderate or higher level of risk per Suicide and Related Risk Assessment;
  • Work in a cooperative and collaborative manner as a team member.  Assist in building positive working relationships with staff of all agency departments;
  • Assist with consumers transportation needs;
  • Complete medication tracking, notes consumer’s concerns related to their medications, and possible medication side effects;
  • Attend treatment conferences, supervision, training and mandatory meetings as directed;
  • Interact with other professionals to discuss therapy or treatment, new resources and techniques and to share information.

The ideal candidate for this role should be flexible and able to manage multiple priorities. This is not a Monday through Friday, in the office all day position. There may be night and weekend hours, which is all dependent on the needs of the families. There may also be visits in client homes or other facilities throughout the county. 

This position requires an Associate's degree with 2 years' relevant experience or Bachelor's Degree and a valid Washington State Driver's License.  Qualified applicant must have excellent grammar & communication skills, be proficient with computers & other technology.  OBHC offers a very competitive benefit & compensation package. Starting Salary 17.74. Send cover letter and resume’ to: Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare – ATTN: Jessica Blake -1007 Koala Dr. Omak, WA 98841 inquire by email: jblake@okbhc.org. OBHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.