* Associate Psych V
Graduation from accredited college or university with
Under supervision of MH Service Director and Medical Director,
masters degree in psychology, counseling or related
provides administrative and managerial responsibilities of
field. Licensed as LPC, LMFT, OR LCSW. Two years
Mobile Crisis Outreach Team services that includes provision of
relevant experience. Ability to work flexible hours and
crisis services in the community, maintaining positive budget
be on call. Preferred; 5 years experience in community
variance, clinical oversight of program, and supervision of staff
mental health setting. Bilingual English and Spanish.
assigned to program. Supervises quality and quantity of work
Experience managing similar program.
conducted by staff. Responsible for auditing quality of standards
of consumer's care; assures billable services are accurate;
management of unit budget; and program development;
coordinates with Psychiatric Hotline, hospitals and jail for
continuity of care. Maintains compliance of standards.(Joint
Commission, Medicaid, OPM, and DSHS). Promotes MCOT
services in community.
We of MHMR of Nueces County are dedicated to helping the residents of Nueces County who struggle with mental illness and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities. Each year we serve over 7,000 people, people who often have nowhere else to turn for assistance with such issues as job search, medication counseling, and benefits support. Currently over 2,000
individuals benefit from job development, training, counseling, medication, social and psychiatric services on a monthly basis.
Our Mission: Working Together for Better Lives
Under the administration of President John F. Kennedy came the de-institutionalization process aimed at returning people from institutions to their communities and providing services to them in the least restrictive environment. In 1963-64, citizen planning groups were appointed to study Texas' mental health and mental retardation needs. The information compiled from their surveys greatly influenced the passage of the Texas Mental Health and Mental Retardation Act (H.B. 3) in 1965.
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