HonorHealth GLENDALE, AZ 85304
HonorHealth is a non-profit, local community healthcare system serving an area of 1.6 million people in the greater Phoenix area. The network encompasses six acute-care hospitals, an extensive medical group, outpatient surgery centers, a cancer care network, clinical research, medical education, a foundation and community services with approximately 12,300 employees, 3,700 affiliated physicians and 3,100 volunteers.
Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) is looking for talented healthcare team members to step into our culturally diverse health centers! NOAH is a federally qualified healthcare center (section 330 grantee) that provides affordable, high-quality outpatient healthcare services to Maricopa County. Our integrated model of care places patients’ needs at the center of attention as we deliver comprehensive health services including medical, dental, psychiatry, counseling, nutrition, prenatal care, preventive health, eligibility assistance and health education programs. With 9 healthcare centers throughout Maricopa County, we are a premier source for high quality healthcare.
HonorHealth was formed by a merger between Scottsdale Healthcare and John C. Lincoln Health Network. HonorHealth’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of those we serve.
Job SummaryThe COUNSELOR- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (NOAH) is responsible for providing outpatient counseling services to clients and their families. Responsible for intakes, assessment, treatment and discharge planning, individual, family and group counseling, and family support services. Charts progress, maintains clinical records, and ensures implementation of treatment and discharge plans. Monitors and follows up on family needs, does re-assessments as required or as needed, and submits weekly and monthly service reports. Coordinates services as necessary working in collaboration with various State, Federal and other service partners included in NOAH. Services are provided according to all licensure, state and federal laws, and NOAH policies and procedures.
+ Provides family centered outpatient clinical services to families. Provides intervention in the office, or other locations as determined by treatment plan. Performs client admissions for new and/or returning clients. Develops an assessment of the family utilizing input from family as well as observation. Works with the client and family to develop and implement a treatment plan. Provides clinical services including individual, family and group counseling. Able to effectively and insightfully address a variety of complex issues related to individual, families, and socio-cultural variables. Utilizes professional resources as appropriate (e.g., case conferences, consultants, ongoing supervision and relevant literature). Tracks progress of treatment plan and updates as needed. Advocates on behalf of families as needed. Stays abreast of, and utilizes community resources. Initiates discharging planning as necessary.
+ Participates in a team management approach to patient care/treatment; work with NOAH team to coordinate services that meet the goals and objectives of the NOAH program. Maintains appropriate clinical documentation in a timely manner. Maintains quality care through participation in peer review, policy development and quality improvement programs.
+ Participates in continuing education to maintain professional standards. Participates in Performance improvement activities, supports membership in professional organizations.
EducationMaster's Degree in social work, counseling or other behavioral health related field RequiredExperience1 year related experience Required Licenses and CertificationsFingerprint Clearance Card - State Have a current Fingerprint Clearance card, or within seven (7) working days after employment shall apply and be eligible for a Fingerprint Clearance Card (NOAH Clinical Sites and Pediatric Behavioral Health Sites ONLY) Required
Other Must have one Current Licensure: LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) or LMFT (Licensed Marriage Family Therapist) or LISAC (Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor).