Entries by HRCSB

Family Care Coordinator

Full-time, salaried position to provide utilization management for Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) funded children with or at risk of serious emotional disturbance and their families. Coordinator’s duties include assessment, treatment planning and direct monitoring of services so that CSA funded children achieve and maintain optimal functioning in the least restrictive and least intensive level of care that meets their identified needs. Position requires expertise in mental health treatment, diagnosis, crisis intervention, and assessment with children, adolescents and their families. Also requires the ability to develop creative approaches to service delivery including High Fidelity Wraparound delivery and the ability to work effectively with others both in the CSA system and the community. Requires a Master’s degree in human services or related specialty with at least two years’ experience in a setting where the primary population served were children, adolescents and families. Professional licensure is desirable but not required. Supervision toward licensure is available. Position open until filled.

Clinical Advocate – Summit House

HRCSB is seeking licensed-eligible or licensed (LPC, LCSW) individual to join the Summit House team as the Clinical Advocate.
Summit House is a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program (PSR) informed by the Fountain House/Clubhouse model. All advocates (staff members) work side by side, as equals, with members (that is, clients) in the day-to-day work of the clubhouse including current work units of clerical, kitchen and maintenance. The goal of PSR is the development, practice and maintenance of daily living skills, coping strategies and education regarding mental health diagnosis. Advocates also lead brief groups (30 minutes or under)on various topics intended to promote recovery and increased quality of life.
The clinical advocate takes primary responsibility for initial assessments, annual assessments, treatment plans and insurance authorizations requests. The clinical advocate also completes daily documentation, and completes quarterlies for a caseload of Summit House members in compliance with Medicaid and licensing requirements.
The ideal candidate will possess good communication skills, both written and oral, a person-centered approach, and a passion for working with persons with severe and persistent mental illness. Supervision towards professional license is available. This position requires candidates to be licensed eligible in the State of Virginia. Minimum of one year experience working with persons with serious and persistent mental illness preferred.

CSU Nurse

Be a part of the dynamic, interdisciplinary team teaching and supporting individuals experiencing psychiatric crisis. HRCSB is seeking full-time nursing staff who are proficient in the field, yet sensitive to the challenges individuals face when dealing with a psychiatric crisis. Arbor House is a short-term, 7-bed crisis stabilization program working with folks to avoid psychiatric hospitalization, or stepping down from hospital setting before returning home. Duties include standard nursing practices, as well as working with team of mental health professionals to ensure high quality care to those experiencing a psychiatric crisis. This position provides opportunities for engaging on an individual level, facilitating teaching moments, and life skill development outside of general nursing duties. Candidates must be registered and in good standing with the Virginia Board of Health Professions as a Licensed Practical Nurse or as a Registered Nurse.

Region 1 Mobile Crisis Responders: Adult and Children/Adolescent positions, FT

Applicants must live in the catchment for which they are applying and possess a QMHP-A to work with adults or a QMHP-C to work with youth. Both Adult Mobile Crisis and Children/Adolescent Mobile Crisis staff are employed by Region Ten Community Services Board and will be located/provide services in the Region 1 CSB catchment in which they work to provide mobile crisis response to homes, schools, employers, and community settings. Mobile crisis response will include assessing crisis situations and providing de-escalation and support for the individual in crisis and their families. As a Mobile Crisis Responder (MCR), you will have ongoing support and clinical guidance from a licensed supervisor. This is a hybrid position serving one of 5 Region 1 colocations and requires the clinician to work with their local area CSBs as well as other providers to meet the needs of their co-locations. This position does require travel for mobile crisis responses, and occasional trainings and meetings. Current hours of operation are Adult Program M-F 8:00a-5p and Children/Adolescent Program 12:00p-8p, however shifts will adjust to 7a-3p and 3p-11p once teams are filled. Salary is negotiable. To apply for this position: Please visit www.regionten.org/careers, select “Job Listings,” search for “Mobile Crisis” in the Description/Notes section,  then select the position for the applicable colocation/CSB to complete the application.

Region 1 Mobile Crisis Program Manager: 1 Adult & 1 Children/Adolescent, FT

Applicants must live within the Region 1 catchment. The Program Manager positions for Region 1 Adult & Children/Adolescent Mobile Crisis are employed by Region Ten Community Services Board and will supervise teams within Region 1, which consist of nine Community Services Boards (AHCS/RACS/VCSB, HBH, R10/RRCSB, HRCSB/NWCSB, Rapp Area CSB). The position supervises a team that provides mobile crisis response to homes, schools, and communities for adults, children and adolescents. Licensure as LPC, LCSW, or equivalent in VA required with experience in crisis services strongly preferred. A minimum of 1-year supervisory experience is required. This position collaborates with all Region 1 Community Service Boards and stakeholders, as well as provides/participates in training for communities/stakeholders/Mobile Crisis staff.
This is a hybrid position that will require occasional travel for supervision, trainings, meetings, and mobile crisis response back-up. Current hours of operation are M-F 3p-11p. Salary is negotiable. To apply for this position: Please visit www.regionten.org/careers, select “Job Listings,” search for “Mobile Crisis” in the Description/Notes section,  then select the position for the applicable colocation/CSB to complete the application.

Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinician I or II

We are looking for a Full-time Licensed therapist (LPC or LCSW) or licensed eligible (LPC-R or LCSW-Supervisee) to join our growing team of child and adolescent outpatient clinicians. Primary responsibilities of this position would be to provide outpatient counseling to children, adolescents, and their families. This position will provide the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele in a supportive, professional environment. The right candidate will be personable, motivated and passionate about their work, and have the knowledge and ability to diagnose mental health disorders using the DSM-5. He/she will have familiarity with trauma-informed, person-centered care and will have the skills to produce timely, concise clinical documentation. The ability to work as a team member within the agency and the community is essential. Supervision is provided.

Developmental Disabilities Case Manager

Full-time, salaried position, to provide case management and coordination for individuals with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, many of whom receive Medicaid-funded waiver services. Activities include planning, linking, and service coordination as well as monitoring of service provision. Position requires ability to organize, manage, and document complex services involving consumers, families, and private providers. Candidates need the ability to work effectively with a varied range of ages and disability levels. Requires knowledge of developmental disabilities and documentation procedures; and a working knowledge of client rights and local service systems. Bachelor’s degree in human services is required.

Medical Director / Chief Psychiatrist

Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board (HRCSB) provides services to residents across the lifespan for mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities. We are seeking a Medical Director / Chief Psychiatrist for a growing behavioral health clinic that provides outpatient psychiatric services to the Harrisonburg-Rockingham community. The incumbent for this position provides clinical leadership in combination with direct services to children with serious emotional disturbance and/or adults with serious mental illness and other behavioral health concerns across disabilities. HRCSB is constructed to work in a treatment team modality where we do our best work together serving our community.

Emergency Services CITAC Clinician

Full-time salaried position providing crisis intervention, evaluation, and referral to persons experiencing mental health or substance abuse emergencies both in person and over the telephone. Work location is primarily at our Crisis Intervention Assessment Center located in the emergency room at Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital. Requires excellent diagnostic, evaluative, and emergency intervention skills. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to work as a team member is essential. Training and supervision will be provided. Master’s degree in human services and professional license (LPC or LCSW) or license eligible required. Work schedule evening hours Monday through Friday, with possibility of extended hours. Qualified applicants can complete an application by visiting our website at www.hrcsb.org.

Emergency Services On-Call Clinician

Provide crisis intervention, information, referral and/or pre-admission screening for emergency hospitalization to individuals by telephone or face-to face who are experiencing a mental health or substance abuse emergency.
This position will be only on a PRN basis during evening hours, weekend and holidays. Must have a Master’s Degree in Human Services or related specialty, plus two years experience in a mental health, intellectual disabilities or substance abuse setting. Training will be provided. Qualified applicants can obtain an application by visiting our website at www.hrcsb.org