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.
Positions for Mobile Crisis Responders available in these colocations.
AHCS/RACS/VCSB Alleghany Highlands (AHCS)/Rockbridge Area (RACS)/Valley CSB (VCSB) catchment
HBH Horizon Behavioral Health catchment
R10/RRCSB Region Ten CSB (RTCSB)/Rappahannock-Rapidan CSB (RRCSB) catchment
HRCSB/NWCSB Harrisonburg-Rockingham CSB (HRCSB)/Northwestern CSB (NWCSB) catchment
RAPP Area Rappahannock Area CSB catchment
To apply: 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.