Jefferson County’s Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program within the Human Services department provides a flexible array of individualized community based psycho-social rehabilitation services for consumers with mental health or substance abuse issues across their lifespan. The goal of the program is to assist the consumer in increasing resilience, reducing the impact that their trauma history, mental health, and/or substance abuse disorder plays in their life, and assisting in their journey of recovery.
The CCS team seeks a passionate and consumer focused individual to take on the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) Service Facilitator II role. This position provides psycho-social rehabilitative services to consumers of all ages diagnosed with Mental Health and/or substance use disorders in order to reduce the negative impact of these disorders in their lives.
To be successful in this position, you will be focusing on the below responsibilities:
Complete mental health assessments, including suicidal and homicide assessments
Develop recovery treatment plans for improving or eliminating the effects of mental health and/or substance use disorders
Participate in team developed Recovery Planning Services
Facilitate and provide psychosocial rehabilitative services
Supervise court orders regarding mental health, guardianships, and protective placement of clients
Maintain knowledge and ensure compliance with applicable statutes, administrative codes, and agency policies and procedures
Variety of other important tasks
Minimum Requirements: Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling, 3000 hours of post graduate, supervised clinical experience and/or 2 to 3 years’ experience, required.
Valid driver’s license, required
Ability to obtain one of the following professional licenses, required:
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Internal Number: 12059
About Jefferson County Human Services
Jefferson County, Wisconsin is home to approximately 85,000 residents, spread over 583 square miles. Jefferson County's Human Services department works to ensure all citizens have the opportunity to access effective and comprehensive human services in an integrated and efficient manner. To accomplish their vision, the employees of the Human Services department makes it their mission to enhance the quality of life for individuals and families living in Jefferson County by addressing their needs in a respectful manner and enable citizens receiving services to function as independently as possible, while acknowledging their cultural differences.
Jefferson County Human Services consists of a variety of divisions that contribute to assisting all clients:
- Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) provides information and assistance to a diverse community where the elderly, and people with disabilities, are respected healthy, and productive. The goal of ADRC is to help people achieve their goals by providing them with comprehensive information so they can make informed decisions, and advocacy support to ensure that they remain in charge of their lives.
- Child and Family Supp...ort & Services provides a variety of services for families with children and assist in coordinating supervision for juveniles, abused or neglected children, assist with counseling, parenting, groups for youth, case management, summer youth activities, and with finding appropriate community resources and more intensive programs when necessary.
- Economic Support services residents who are low income, faced with an economic setback, and/or need additional financial support as they work toward greater self sufficiency.
- Mental Health & AODA unit provides services to adults and children with mental illness and/or alcohol or drug issues. Commonly provided services include assessment and case plans, intoxicated driver assessment, crisis intake, counseling, psychotherapy, medication management, monitoring and supervision, and case management.