Bridgeway Recovery Services is expanding! We are seeking qualified 3 Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHPs) to join our growing Outpatient treatment team! A sign-on bonus of $3,000.00 will be available to the successful new candidate! The QMHP therapist position provides dual diagnosis enhanced services using stage-of-change specific interventions with individualized outcomes focusing on reducing mental health and substance abuse symptoms.
We are on the search for an individual who will be a great community partner and operational leader. We are looking for a Leader who wants to grow and develop successful strong teams. A successful candidate thrives in innovating, problem-solving, setting standards, and following operating procedures. A Leader who can keep their programs and employees accountable, getting their buy-in, and delivering our patients world class care. We are looking to find a Leader who will take us up for the challenge to take us to the next level while not straying from our mission.
Schedule all sessions based on your availability. Cultural specific and/or Bilingual skills preferred, with lived experiences as the targeted population. Experience working with diverse populations and providing person-centered-anti-racist, culturally-specific, trauma-informed, decolonized care and services.
Lane County Behavioral Health is looking for a dynamic individual to join our behavioral health leadership team as the Crisis Services Supervisor. This person offers oversight of services and support for our Crisis Services Team (CST) which was created to better serve individuals in behavioral health crisis across our county. This skilled supervisor participates in program development and maintenance, as well as collaboration with community partners primarily those in the law enforcement and emergency services systems.
The Mental Health Therapist provides individual, family, and group therapy to children and their families in their home, school or other community settings. Community-based Mental Health Therapists provide shorter term mental health stabilization services in partnership with a multidisciplinary team of case managers, skills trainers and psychiatric providers. Provide case management and consultation with PCPs, schools, ODHS Child Welfare and Self Sufficiency programs, and other community partners. Some evening hours will be required.
The Lund Report/Oregon Health Forum is seeking an energetic, gregarious and collaborative Development Manager to help spearhead our growth! Through public-service journalism and community dialogue, we promote the awareness and understanding required for positive progress in health care. Alongside a small, talented team of journalists and leaders, you'll help develop and grow the resources necessary to support the ongoing impact of this dynamic organization.