Position: Project YES! Youth and Young Adult Service Facilitator
Location: Appleton, WI

Youth and Young Adult Service Facilitator

The Youth and Young Adult Transition Service Coordinator, supports development, implementation of Young Adult CCS with Outagamie County.  Young Adult CCS with Outagamie County Department of Mental Health is a program to provide assessment and establish lasting services for young adults with mental health needs as they transition from youth services to adulthood in the community.  A reliable vehicle with appropriate state insurance is required.  This position requires frequent local travel, including occasional overnight accommodations in state.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Building trusting relationships and engage individuals to improve their emotional and behavioral functioning.
  • Develop appropriate social support systems for individuals that includes treatment referrals and coordination of care. Focus on peer-to-peer and family supports and coordination of care across delivery systems, including vocational training, continuing education and housing support.
  • Facilitate services and supports that are accessible, coordinated, appealing, non-stigmatizing and developmentally appropriate that build on existing strengths. These include but are not limited to efficient case reviews, person-centered treatment planning, advocacy on behalf of the clients, coordination of crisis services and coordination of services with school, private and other non-profit providers and organizations.
  • Work with individuals to create personal and individual services plans designed to provide the highest level of independent functioning and quality of life possible and desired by individual.

Qualification Requirements:

  • Must possess considerable knowledge or principles and practices of mental health and chemical dependency diagnoses and interventions; program research, development and monitoring; laws and regulations affecting the delivery of mental health and AODA services; professional ethics; behavior management and characteristics of individual group behavior.
  • Experience with Comprehensive Community Services (CCS), Community Support Programs (CSP), and Emergency Mental Health/Crisis Services strongly preferred.
  • Experience with young adults with serious mental health conditions is critical.
  • Qualified applicant must have bachelor’s degree in mental health or related field and two years’ relevant experience; or any combination of experience and training.

 

If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit a letter or interest and resume to Abby Hendrix, by 4:00pm Wednesday, May 30, 2018 to abbyh@isiinc.org.

 


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Current Employees may click here to request an internal transfer.
To be approved for a transfer, you must meet the following specifications:

  • Be out of your 90 day introductory period.
  • Be in good standing (no disciplinary action in last 6 months beyond written).
  • Have been at current program for 90 days.

These transfer requests are good for 6 months and final approval lies with Program manager and District manager.