Why You'll Love This Job!
Does providing hope, compassion, and support to individuals facing substance exposed living who may be feeling overwhelmed and in need of help appeal to you? Are you a seeking a fulfilling career where you can be an important advocate for individuals most needing your expertise and knowledge?
As a Partner Coach, you will be responsible for managing a multidisciplinary team of Partner Advocates, Peer Advocates, Nurse Advocates, and Resource Advocates who are working together providing care to and coordinating care on behalf of individuals facing substance exposed living. You will steward our innovative approaches to client engagement in close collaboration with community partners. You will enjoy the flexibility and autonomy to work from home while providing clinical services in office, home, and community settings.
Our teams address substance exposed living with an emphasis on women’s health and opiate exposed pregnancy. If you are passionate about making a difference through community engagement as well as clinical care, we would love to have you join us. You will work within a family-focused culture and have the benefit of learning both the clinical and business sides of 180 Health Partners.
Apply for our Partner Coach position today for the opportunity to join a team of professionals who are proactive in making a difference in others' lives!
Partner Coach Responsibilities
- Lead and manage a team of Partner Advocates and Peer Advocates with the responsibility of overall team success.
- Aid in the construction of clinical pathways, group therapy, classes and behavior focused practice protocols.
- Conduct biopsychosocial assessments to determine behavioral health care treatment plans for patients.
- Supervise and help manage complex cases that require a holistic clinical management approach
- Provide evidence-based trauma-informed behavioral health care for patients.
- Implement psychoeducation for patients during individual or group visits.
- Provide same-day feedback to primary care provider and or care team.
- Complete documentation for client contacts, touches, cancellations and care plan based on 180 policies.
- Responsible for achieving set goals/Key Performance Indicators (KPI's).
- Expediting and supervising referrals to specialty behavioral health services, and when appropriate supporting a smooth transition from special behavioral health services to primary care.
- Accountable to understanding role and how it affects utilization management benchmarks and quality outcomes.
- Serve as a consultant to interdisciplinary team.
- Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings providing clinical assessments and measures to coordinate treatment considerations.
- Assist with the capturing program evaluation and fidelity measures.
- Engaging in on-call crisis line management.
- Promote responsible and ethical stewardship of 180 resources.
- Greater than 25% travel (varies based on market maturity and may include occasional overnight stays).
- Maintain excellent punctuality and attendance during work hours.
- Other duties as assigned.
Partner Coach Qualifications Required:
- Unrestricted Clinical Licensed Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
- 2+ years of clinical experience
- 1+ years management/supervision
- Comprehension of the principles and practices of behavioral health treatment, including assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, cognitive-behavioral and brief intervention counseling strategies and their application to population-based care for preventive and pervasive mental health issues
- Skill and expertise in conducting group and individual psychoeducational classes and therapy strategies that will help strengthen the patient’s overall physical and mental health
- Demonstrates the philosophy of 180 through values and practices that integrate trauma informed care into client centered services
- Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license
- Basic computer proficiency; must be able to type and navigate a Cloud-based environment and designated teleconferencing application
- 2+ years of integrated behavioral health experience in a primary care setting.
- Strong understanding/interest in public health and population health
- Familiarity with Medicaid/Medicare/Commercial Insurance practices
- A background in maternal/substance abuse populations