Description/Job SummarySummary The CHALET (Community of Hope, Advocacy, Learning, Empowerment, and Triumph) is a three-person therapeutic, residential program for persons re-entering the community after psychiatric hospitalization. Under the authority of the Program Director and in coordination with the Site Supervisor, the Wellness Coach ensures that all operational procedures are followed. The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Facilitator utilizes psychiatric rehabilitation principles to promote recovery, full community integration, and improved quality of life for residents through collaboration with consumers, team members, family members, significant others, and collateral resources. The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Facilitator will assist team members and other providers with understanding the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Model and the day-to-day practice of this modality. It is expected that 80% of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Facilitator's time will be spent in actual contact with the consumer or others on their behalf. Paperwork requirements and team meetings should not require more than 20% of the worker's time.This is a second-shift position Advantages of Working with RHD$1500 Sign-On Bonus full time/ Part-time $750 Sign-on bonusFull Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, & Vision) Generous PTO PlanFree Virtual Fitness Classes ScholarshipTuition Programs Employee Assistant Program Student loan forgiveness programCell Phone Discounts Employee Referral Bonus Program.The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Facilitator provides psychiatric rehabilitation, peer and tenant support services for individuals with mental health needs. This service may be provided in different settings, including community-based support Program participants' personal residences, a group home, program day services locations, and other environments.Position is 12 miles north of AllentownResponsibilities/Duties
Utilize principles of recovery and psychiatric rehabilitation with participants, providers, and stakeholders.
Provide skill-building training and support in identified areas concern, assisting in recovery management, identification of personal strengths/ assets, development of a strength-based recovery plan /recovery goals, and strategies to meet goals.
Assist in identifying or re-connecting to natural supports including but not limited to peer recovery supports and self-help groups in the community.
Assist in scheduling appointments as needed.
Assist with accessing and navigating the mental health and/or D&A service system.
Assist with accessing and navigating mental health court, Adult Probation, Justice Related Services and the legal system.
Participate in treatment team meetings, continuing care (aftercare) meetings, as requested by the member.
Demonstrate flexibility in schedule in order to meet participant's needs.
Advocate for the member's community support needs including medical, and behavioral health, housing services.
Utilize motivational interviewing to effectively identify the member's strengths, needs, motivation, triggers, and goals in managing life circumstances.
Bridge the gap between the physical health care and behavioral health treatment.
Provide telephonic assistance to members and family members concerning recovery tools and resources.
Empower the member to self-advocate and follow through with treatment (making and attending scheduled appointments, setting goals, and community networking.
Utilize electronic health record to document and bill for services through electronic record software
Complete all other assigned tasks as designated by the Site Supervisor/Assistant Program Director and or Program Director.
Experience with the public mental health system
One year experience with Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, preferred
One year experience with Mental Health, preferred
Experience providing support and partnering with individuals with mental illness is preferred
Required EducationBachelor's Degree in a Human Service disciplineRequired Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree Required
Valid Driver's License required
Program SummaryThe CHALET (Community of Hope, Advocacy, Learning, Empowerment and Triumph) is a three-person therapeutic, residential program for persons re-entering the community after psychiatric hospitalization.Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.