Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) was named the #1 best non-profit to work for in Canton, Ohio by Zippia.com. A full time employee at C&A is eligible for the following benefits: Medical insurance, dental insurance, 401K, flexible hours, annual seniority increases and paid vacation. Additionally, clinicians have the opportunity for monthly bonus opportunities and tuition reimbursements.
MST & MST-PSB
Stark, Wayne & Holmes Counties
Now more than ever, mental and behavioral health care for kids is needed in our community. Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health is looking to meet the growing demands by hiring full-time clinical therapists.
- In addition to conducting Individual and Family Therapy, duties and opportunities may include conducting Diagnostic/Comprehensive Assessments and Mental Health Consultation & Prevention.
- Positions may be school-based, office-based and/or community-based, but likely to include services in each of these settings, including client homes.
- Populations served may range from early childhood to transition-aged adolescent and young adults with a wide range of diagnoses and presenting problems.
- Flexibility to work after school and evenings (some evening hours are required to accommodate family schedules and ensure family involvement in services), and possibly Saturdays.
An amazing clinical position providing Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) is available servicing clients in Stark County Ohio. Multi-Systemic Therapy is a researched and evidenced based therapy that’s been proven to be effective in changing the behaviors and lives of youth and their families. For more information related to research and outcomes visit mstservices.com
Along with achieving positive outcomes with your clients there are many other great aspects to being an MST therapist:
- Flexible/Non-traditional schedule to meet your needs and your clients needs
- Therapists carry low case loads of 4-6 clients to allow for flexibility and increased attention to families
Additional Career Opportunities
Case Management Supervisor
Psychiatric Mental Health - Nurse Practitioner
- Provide clinical and administrative supervision to one or all of the following populations: Early Childhood, School-Age, or Transitional Case Managers.
- Assure that supervisees complete and submit required documentation within expected timeframes; assure that clinical records for self and supervisees are accurate and complete.
- Complete Performance Evaluations following agency protocols.
- Establish and maintain expertise related to evidence-based practices (EBPs); promote the use of EBPs and evidence-informed/best practices by C&A staff.
- Participate in Quality Improvement activities which benefit clients, staff, and C&A. Run Quality Assurance groups as requested. Orient new staff to C&A as requested..
- Duties include conducting Diagnostic/Comprehensive Mental Health Assessments; will likely be based at Belden Office, must be willing to fill in as needed at the Plain, Alliance, and/or Shipley Offices.
- Individual must be willing to complete Assessments two (2) evenings per week until 8:00 p.m., on Fridays, and must be willing to be mobile to meet client needs if requested (e.g. Assessing at schools). Some assessments may be completed via telehealth if requested by clients.
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) is looking for a team member in our Psychiatric Department to join our psychiatrists, PMHNPs, RN, and support staff in providing family friendly psychiatric services to our clients. C&A provides a supportive, flexible, and excellent learning/work environment in addition to superior benefits for our staff. Job duties include:
- Provide evaluation and management services, including psychopharmacology and psychotherapeutic services for children and adolescents with serious mental health concerns including assessment, crisis intervention, assistance with linkage and referral, behavioral intervention, parenting and medication education.
Clinical Engagement specialist
Client Account Specialist
- Contact clients who do not attend scheduled appointments.
- Identify and help resolve barriers to treatment.
- Collaborate with therapists, case managers, and peer specialists to identify engagement goals for treatment planning.
- Generate various letters to clients regarding attendance requirements.
- Notify therapists, case managers, and peer specialists if clients need discharged.
- Assist clients with linkage to C&A or other community resources as indicated.
- Contact post-hospital clients to coordinate transitions and engagement in services.
- Document clear and comprehensive contact notes in client chart.
- Participate in trainings as determined by supervisor to develop and reinforce skills necessary to competently serve designated populations.
- Related responsibilities as assigned.
• Provide home, school, and community-based CM billable and non-billable
interventions and services.
• Provide individual and family based parenting and behavioral intervention and
support, along with social, emotional, and developmentally appropriate skill
• Assess individual needs and link, coordinate, advocate, and assist with
community-based resources as needed to stabilize and meet service goals and
- Call guarantors of telehealth clients for co-pay payments following each telehealth visit.
- Work with guarantors who owe more than $250 to set up payment plans and have not made a payment within 60 days.
- Work with Chief Clinical Officer and Assistant Clinical Officer of guarantors with no response to $250 report
- Work with CCO and ACO with guarantors of clients who have a level 4,5,6 diagnosis and owe more than $1000. Future services are not allowed until a payment plan, or a payment is received.
- Verify that any clients who are re-opened and were previously sent to collections are following a payment plan with the collection company.
- Work with guarantors to keep fee agreements updated annually.
- Take collection payments for the agency and set up repayment plans with guarantors.
- Work with the billing department to correct any billing issues.
- Help guarantors apply for Medicaid.
Day Treatment Behavioral interventionist
Front Door - Intake accessor
The Trauma Focused Day Treatment Behavior Interventionist will partner with TIDTx teachers and therapists to create and implement an academic/behavioral program of study that meets individual learner needs, interests and abilities. This paraprofessional will be a member of a psycho-educational multi-disciplinary team which serves to lead severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed youth to maximize their intellectual, emotional and psychological growth and development. Additional job responsibilities include:
- Provides individual and small group practice of academic skills introduced by the teacher.
- Provides behavior management assistance, support, and intervention to TIDTx youth and staff: monitoring youth in the comfort room, verbal de-escalation, behavioral coaching and rehearsal, problem-solving, self-regulation skill development.
- Establishing, modeling, and reinforcing appropriate positive relationship building skills with youth.
- Crisis intervention, de-escalation, physical holding.
- Assists in the development and implementation of individual behavior therapy plans, especially of the youth being tagged.
- Provides effective direct and indirect supervision of clients at all times.
- Contributes to the multi-disciplinary team by actively participating in treatment planning and coordination meetings as appropriate.
- Screen initial requests for services and service inquiries as presented by perspective consumer at time of initial phone contact.
- Provide linkage and referral to other community resources based on identified need and resources of perspective consumer.
- Gather and record information necessary to assess and facilitate agency programming for perspective client.
- Assess severity and potential risks associated with presenting problem and seek more immediate consultation and follow-up regarding urgent and priority clients.
- Review initial contacts and refer them to appropriate agency programs.
- Assists in maintaining and updating waiting lists for all sites and programs.
- Provide support and linkage for those waiting.
Degree in related mental health areas or equivalent experience; knowledge/ability to assess mental health status, design treatment interventions; apply ethical standards; knowledge of community resources; ability to establish and maintain intra and inter-agency professional relationships; knowledge and ability to provide supervisory guidance, and knowledge of electronic records.