Behavioral Health Clinician for the Crisis Response Team (CRT)
Full time weekdays 11am to 7pm
The primary goal of this position is to work with CRT police officers, responding directly to individuals in Baltimore City’s Central District experiencing a behavioral health crisis, including 911 and other police dispatch calls. The Behavioral Health Clinician will provide crisis intervention services including crisis assessment and referral, psychiatric evaluation, mediation, behavioral health education and support, brief solution-focused treatment, de-escalation and critical incident de-briefing. Master’s degree in psychology, social work or a related field from an accredited college or university required, as well as Maryland State licensure and certification of LGSW, LGPC, LCSW-C or LCPC. Minimum of two years’ post-graduate experience working with individuals in the public behavioral health system is preferred.
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Licensed Mental Health Counselor - Full time weekdays
The primary goal of this position is to provide mental health care including evaluation, crisis intervention, referral, and/or treatment to Hotline referrals and clients of BCRI. Master’s degree in psychology, social work or a related field, from an accredited college or university. Candidates must have applicable Maryland State licenses and certification (LGSW, LGPC, LCSW-C or LCPC). Minimum of two years of post-graduate experience working with individuals in the public behavioral health system is preferable.
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Peer Support Specialist for Mobile Crisis Team--11:00pm-7:00am with shift differential
The primary goal of this position is to work in collaboration with the Mobile Crisis Team clinical staff to provide mobile mental health services, including brief crisis intervention, evaluation, de-escalation, peer advocacy & mentoring, responding to mobile Hotline referrals between the hours of 11:00pm-7:00am. High school diploma required; associate degree preferred. Peer support specialist certification and valid driver’s license is required. Must have a minimum of two years of experience working in the field of peer recovery, along with experiential expertise living with addiction and/or mental illness and knowledge of mental health and addiction resources in Baltimore City.
LPN-Substance Use Program -- Part Time
The primary goal of this position is to provide behavioral health crisis intervention, treatment and somatic care to clients, serving as a responsible member of the nursing team in the delivery of client care. LPN license with the Maryland Board of Nursing required; minimum of one year of mental health/addiction experience and a Bachelor’s degree in mental health preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance.
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