Calling all creative, energetic clinicians! Dayspring Health seeks a behavioral health clinician to be a co-responder with the Corbin Police Department. This is an exciting new program to help our community that you will help us develop. Based at the Corbin Police Department, you will work alongside police officers in the community providing on-scene assessments, short-term interventions, and referrals.
Competitive pay and generous benefit package including accrued time off, retirement account with employer contribution, and more!
The purpose of this position is to improve awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use issues, and dual diversion from arrest and unnecessary hospital emergency room visits. The clinician will achieve these goals by providing crisis stabilization, referrals, and brief solution-focused treatment to individuals and their families as appropriate.
The ideal candidate will be a self-directed clinician with a foundation of trauma-informed generalist practice, substance use treatment, and crisis management, as well as familiarity with local resources and the ability to develop effective working partnerships with program and community partners.
Education & Experience:
Current unencumbered licensure in Kentucky in one of these:
Will consider a provisional license if an applicant has extensive experience with program development, conflict resolution, project management, leadership, or closely related.
Experience related to crisis intervention, substance use disorder, harm reduction, domestic violence, developmental disabilities and neurodiverse conditions, homelessness, people involved in justice system, or closely related preferred.
Job Type: Full-time
Work Location: Multiple Locations
Apply at https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Jellico,%20TN&q=dayspring%20health&vjk=dc114c69072f6a91&fbclid=IwAR2-s16Ho3jxlo9xkIJbaso1SLTaA2FURLkvhrgVPaeYd_o4ZDRc-CCP44s
The Whitley County Health Department is a partner in this project which is funded through our Whitley County STAR Project.