Adoption Support & Preservation
The Baby Fold is a leader in trauma-informed practices, employing the most effective treatment plans in every facet of our work. We focus on the physical and emotional safety of our families first, build on their strengths, and then guide them with skill and compassion to be their best selves. Our expert staff create a personal plan for each family to address their current situation and lead them to independent success in the future.
Your benefits would include medical, dental, and vision insurance, tuition reimbursement options, a 403B retirement matching plan, unique opportunities for high levels of professional training, meaningful work, collaborative team culture, paid vacation, sick, and personal time, paid agency holidays.
Now hiring in our Normal, Springfield, and Urbana, IL locations.
BASIC FUNCTIONS: The Family Therapist is responsible for assessing and providing voluntary services to Central Illinois families formed through adoption and subsidized guardianship. Services include in-home assessments, crisis and other therapeutic interventions, education, training, support groups, respite, advocacy and referrals to community services.
Assessment: Conducts Mental Health Assessments that are compliant with both Medicaid Rule 132 procedures and COA.
Service/Treatment Planning:With the input of client families, plans services and treatments that will strengthen and support the families and focus child(ren). All Individualized Treatment Plans must be Medicaid Rule 132 and COA compliant.
Mentoring, Advocating, Supporting, and Educating:In accordance with the service goals, provides mentoring, advocacy, support, and education that will protect children, preserve families and enhance the mental health of children and families alike.
Therapeutic Interventions: Provides appropriate therapeutic interventions that will support the focus child(ren) and their families to enhance their overall level of functioning. Assumes responsibility for on-call duties as assigned.
Record keeping: Documentation must meet agency, Medicaid Rule 132 and COA requirements for timeliness, completeness and accuracy.
Community Relations: Represents the agency in a positive light to active and potential clients, referral and funding sources, and the general public. Utilizes community contacts to advocate for clients and to promote child and family well-being.
Legal and Ethical Responsibilities:Complies with all pertinent state and federal laws, DCFS Rules and Procedures, Medicaid Rule 132 requirements, COA standards, HIPAA privacy law and Code of Ethics for Child Welfare Professionals.
Professional Development: Enhances professional competence through ongoing awareness of developments in the field of post adoption. Must become trained in EMDR and Theraplay within the first 16 months of employment. Will participate in all mandatory DCFS trainings. Assists with the training, supervision and evaluation of student interns and new staff, as assigned.
Quality Improvement:Contributes to quality improvement through active participation in Quality Improvement/ Utilization Review activities.
Apply today at www.TheBabyFold.org
Job Opening for Association for Development – Behavior Health
Please visit www.aidcares.org to apply
Case Manager MHP/QMHP (Full Time – Aurora, IL; Yorkville, IL)
The residential Case Manager MHP/QMHP is responsible for developing and implementing individual programs to maximize the clients’ independent community living skills. Evening, weekend, and holiday hours are required to maintain appropriate residential coverage. The MHP must complete daily documentation of mental health services provided in accordance with state and agency standards as applicable. The MHP is expected to work with a team of behavioral health service providers within the agency to ensure positive client-centered approach.
Coordinator – Employment Specialist (Full Time – Aurora, IL)
Provides leadership for AID’s Employment Services for clients in PSR and BH Outpatient Aurora. Coordinate services to meet criteria of IPS (Individual Placement Services) and follow the guidelines of IPS to assist clients in obtaining and maintaining employment that is consistent with their preferences. Engages in job development in the community 50% of the work week. Assist clients in expanding and developing microbusinesses.
QIDP - Residential Clinical Coordinator (Full Time – Yorkville, IL and Elgin, IL)
Residential Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the overall coordination and operation of one community living site. Accountable for providing to both clients and staff members a positive, professional and safe environment to live, learn, and work. Maintains and assists to assure that all aspects of community living comply with all applicable Federal, State, and Accreditation standards. Coordinator is responsible for completion and distribution of staff/house schedule; scheduling house inspections with outside companies; supervision of community living staff of assigned location. Responsible to develop and implement individual programs to maximize the client’s independent community living skills and inclusion in their community. Provide documentation on assigned clients in accordance with DHS, CARF, or DPH standards, as applicable. Advocate for and maintain rights and privacy of clients that are served.
Responsible for one 24 hour site, a permanent caseload, and additional cases as assigned based on the needs of the program. Provide support for QIDP Managers as well as training new staff as assigned. Supervise support staff as assigned. Perform client case record reviews and advise QIDP Managers on improvements as needed. Prepare a monthly accountability report as assigned. The Residential Clinical Coordinator must be a role model for clients and staff for both permanent and temporary assignments, including providing and participating in direct service as needed.
One year of supervisory experience preferred.
Southside Center of Hope
Job Title: Substance Abuse Counselor
FLSA: Full-Time Non-Exempt Reports
To: Program Coordinator
Direct Reports: None
Job Summary: Responsible for providing direct care to women in recovery through counseling, case management and integrated dual-diagnostic treatment in accordance with the management policies and procedures, state and federal rules and regulations.
To Apply: Email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for full consideration.
About Southside Center of Hope
Southside Center of Hope’s mission is to provide a safe and healing community for women recovering from substance use addiction, trauma and mental illness. Southside Center of Hope is a highly structured, supportive; community-based residential program for women, and their children, who are recovering from substance abuse addiction. Southside Center of takes a comprehensive approach to recovery, incorporating mental, spiritual, physical wellness, education, skill building and sober leisure activities. Southside Center of Hope is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
At Southside Center of Hope, we believe investing in our employees and creating a supportive environment is essential to our mission. Therefore, we offer a competitive compensation package, including paid time off, health, vision, dental, and life insurance.