Jefferson County Human Services developed a Community Support Program (CSP) in 1996 that focuses on advancing mental health services for people with severe and persistent mental illness. The program has grown significantly over the years and serves around 165 clients that are a variety of different ages, with a variety of different diagnoses such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar, major depression and various anxiety disorders. The program provides evidence based practices of Illness Management and Recovery, Integrated Dual Diagnosis for those with substance abuse issues, Supportive Employment, Seeking Safety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and a variety of other effective techniques.
The CSP team is in need of a caring and supportive Community Support Professional to join their team that believes that all citizens should have the opportunity to access effective comprehensive human services in an integrated and efficient manner. This position provides symptom management, group activities, clinical assessment, treatment planning, and case management to clients all ages.
To successfully serve your clients, you will take on the below key tasks and responsibilities: