Part-time, hourly position, 12 to 15 hours weekly, to support the CSB Crisis Stabilization Unit. This position is responsible for maintaining adequate office supplies, household supplies and grocery shop for the Arbor House residential program, as well as planning basic meals and menus to best utilize available food resources. Must have skills in making cost comparisons and making fiscally responsible decisions; food prep knowledge and strong organizational skills a plus. Experience working in a mental health setting is a plus. Valid Virginia driver’s license required.
Part-time, hourly clerical position at the Harrisonburg-Rockingham CSB to support the Infant & Toddler Connection of Harrisonburg-Rockingham, up to 29 hours per week. Assist with clerical duties in a medical setting including scanning, filing, copying, preparing mailings and contacting families to schedule appointments. Bi-lingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
HRCSB is seeking an individual who is passionate about recovery and empowering their peers to fill a full-time Certified Peer Recovery Specialist Program Coordinator position. The role of the Peer Support Recovery Specialist (CPRS) is to provide support and empowerment to individuals as they seek to maintain and improve their recovery in order to live a meaningful and independent life in the community. The person in this Program Coordinator position will provide peer recovery support services to adult clients in the Community Recovery Services team and also provide peer level coaching and support to other CPRS staff across the agency. Certified Peer Recovery Specialists are individuals who identify themselves as having lived experience with mental health or substance use and are in active recovery. The position is part of our adult Community Recovery Services team that works with adult individuals who are seriously mentally ill. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Two years of professional experience in Peer Services in the field of Mental Health, Substance Abuse and/or Co-Occurring Disorders, or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. This position is fulltime salaried with benefits including paid time off, holidays, retirement contributions and health insurance.
Arbor House, HRCSB Crisis Stabilization Unit, has a full-time staff vacancy and is seeking a motivated, energetic, mental health professional to join our interdisciplinary team. Team-first dynamics and a person-centered approach to serving others make Arbor House a dynamic, stimulating, and fulfilling work place. Responsibilities may include: leading/co-leading groups, admitting individuals to/discharging individual from program, one-to-one supportive counseling sessions, and ensuring a physically and emotionally safe environment for those experiencing a psychiatric crisis. Shifts include daytime as well as evening hours. Must meet eligibility for QMHP-E. This position can also be filled by licensed eligible type. We will provide supervision towards licensure. Valid driver’s license required.
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.
HRCSB is in search of PRN nurses, RN or LPN, to join an interdisciplinary team at Arbor House, a 7-bed crisis stabilization program. 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. Value placed on person-centered care. Basic understanding of mental illness important, and familiarity with commonly prescribed psychotropic medications necessary. This position was designed to incorporate opportunities for client engagement, teaching moments, and basic skill development outside of general nursing duties. Hours may include daytime, evening, weekdays, and/or weekends. Number of hours may vary. Current nursing license required plus one year of nursing experience in mental health setting desired. Valid Virginia driver’s license required.
Arbor House is seeking a half-time, Salaried Clinician to provide direct services to the residents of the CSB Crisis Stabilization Program. Services provided include intake assessments; individual and group therapy, making recommendations/suggestions in the development of treatment plans that address the needs of the resident’s treatment during their stay, and needed referrals and services upon discharge. This position exercises independence in decision-making, and requires expertise in mental health treatment, diagnoses, intervention and assessment with adults whose needs may be difficult to meet. Position requires basic knowledge of mental illness and substance abuse issues; ability to provide effective supportive counseling and behavior management techniques. Licensed Mental Health Professional–type (LMHP-type), licensure preferred. Valid Virginia driver’s license required.
Qualified applicants can submit an application by visiting our website at www.hrcsb.org.
General Statement of Duties:
To provide direct client services through the Early Intervention program. Services are provided to infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities and their families. The ITC Physical Therapist works under the supervision of the ITC Supervisor. Requires considerable independence and autonomy in day-to-day decision-making about service delivery. Requires expertise in gross motor and fine motor development, special education, early childhood development, developmental delay, and/or intellectual disability. Ability to work effectively with parents and infants, work cooperatively with staff from other agencies, and work as part of a team are essential.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Evaluates and assesses infants and toddlers for gross motor and fine motor delays:
Evaluates and assesses infants and toddlers for adaptive equipment/assistive technology needs;
Provides direct physical therapy services to ITC clients;
Participates in multidisciplinary assessments and team meetings for individual children;
Maintains effective relationships with co-workers, children, and families based on courtesy, compassion, and respect;
Participates in staff development activities as required;
Participates in staff meetings and team development;
Adheres to regulations and standards established by or for compliance with human rights regulations, agency licensure requirements, Part C requirements for early intervention services, confidentiality statutes, third party payor rules, professional code of ethics, etc.;
Exhibits excellent customer service, including promptly returning phone calls, use of Credible, voice mail, e-mail, etc.;
Completes clinical and/or administrative documentation as specified by or within CSB standards, payor requirements, Medicaid regulations, professional standards, etc.;
Meets agency standards for staff productivity;
Adjusts work hours to meet agency needs;
May provide clinical supervision to students or volunteers;
Performs other duties as assigned consistent with established operational policies and procedures.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Excellent diagnostic and evaluative skills in the areas of infant and toddler gross motor and fine motor development and adaptive equipment needs. Thorough knowledge of the principles of child development, developmental delay, and disabilities. Good interpersonal skills with the ability to teach and to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing. Ability to work effectively with persons from a wide variety of educational and socioeconomic backgrounds who may vary markedly in their understanding of infant development. Exhibits consistently good judgment and a high level of independence and initiative. Ability to work effectively as a team member and with other community agencies. Basic computer literacy and word processing skills required.
Possession of a current, valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
Minimum Education and Experience
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in physical therapy and current licensure to practice physical therapy in Virginia. Staff member is responsible for submitting proof of license renewal to the Human Resources office. Experience with infants and toddlers is very desirable.
Equipment: Telephone, vehicle, PC, word processing program.
Work Environment: Facilities, community settings, and individuals’ homes.
Work Hazards: Standard hazards associated with general day-to-day community activities.
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, regular office hours; Some evening and weekend hours required as scheduled. Additional hours as needed to perform job requirements. Regular attendance is required.
Full time salaried position providing crisis intervention and evaluation to persons experiencing mental health or substance abuse emergencies. Position requires strong clinical and problem solving skills, and the ability to work as a member of a team is essential. Good diagnostic, evaluative, emergency intervention and interpersonal skills required. Must be able to work effectively with service providers from other agencies, as well as, with people who are experiencing a high level of stress. Master’s degree in human services and professional license (LPC or LCSW) or license eligible required. Licensure supervision and on the job specialized training will be available.
Work schedule daytime hours Monday through Friday.
Seeking an individual to be a peer provider who has lived experience with addiction and/or mental illness and is in active recovery. The peer will provide peer support services to individuals with substance use or co-occurring substance use/mental health concerns who are involved in our local Drug Court Treatment Program. Preferred candidate would have personal experience with Drug Court.
Requires Peer Certification or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Will need a valid Virginia driver’s license and acceptable driving record. This is a 12 month, full-time position with benefits.
Community Services Board
The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services
Board proudly serves our local Harrisonburg City and
Rockingham County community by offering high quality
mental health, substance use, and developmental
1241 N. Main St.
Harrisonburg, VA 22802