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Location:

Hamilton

Hours:

Full-Time

This position requires the candidate to work as a member of a community based crisis response team providing mental health assessment, care coordination and intervention to a wide variety of individuals with various types of disabilities. The candidate is required to work with other community agencies, including local law enforcement and hospitals, in the prevention of psychiatric hospitalization, detention by law enforcement, and discharge of individuals from state or local psychiatric hospitals. All services must be provided under the general supervision of the Crisis Service Line Director in accordance with current agency policies and procedures relating to crisis and prescreening services.

Location:

Hamilton

Hours:

Full-Time

Under general supervision of the Care Coordinator Manager, provides intensive case management services within a team setting to a group of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

Location:

Butte

Hours:

Part-Time Temporarily

Provide initial assessments, individual, play and group therapy for each designated child in the School Based Mental Health Services (SBMHS) program in assigned schools. Provide family therapy and support for the families of origin and foster families. Develop and implement treatment plans for each child. Provide formal and informal consultation to school staff on clinical issues. Maintain and update written clinical records according to WMMHC policies and procedures.

Location:

Clinton

Hours:

Part-Time Temporarily

Provide initial assessments, individual, play and group therapy for each designated child in the School Based Mental Health Services (SBMHS) program in assigned schools. Provide family therapy and support for the families of origin and foster families. Develop and implement treatment plans for each child. Provide formal and informal consultation to school staff on clinical issues. Maintain and update written clinical records according to WMMHC policies and procedures.

Location:

Libby

Hours:

Full-Time

This member of the PACT multidisciplinary team has training in social work, psychology or education and clinical skills to provide treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to clients with severe and disabling mental illness under the clinical supervision of the team leader and the APRN. Functions as a member of the multidisciplinary team and provides treatment rehabilitation and support services.

Location:

Missoula

Hours:

Part-Time Temporarily

Provide initial assessments, individual, play and group therapy for each designated child in the School Based Mental Health Services (SBMHS) program in assigned schools. Provide family therapy and support for the families of origin and foster families. Develop and implement treatment plans for each child. Provide formal and informal consultation to school staff on clinical issues. Maintain and update written clinical records according to WMMHC policies and procedures.

Location:

Thompson Falls

Hours:

Part-Time Temporarily

Provide initial assessments, individual, play and group therapy for each designated child in the School Based Mental Health Services (SBMHS) program in assigned schools. Provide family therapy and support for the families of origin and foster families. Develop and implement treatment plans for each child. Provide formal and informal consultation to school staff on clinical issues. Maintain and update written clinical records according to WMMHC policies and procedures.

Location:

Bozeman

Hours:

Full-Time

Under the direct administrative supervision of the Operations Manager, the Intensive Crisis Therapist is responsible for providing clinical services to clients admitted to WMMHC crisis facilities, walk-in crisis assessments, mobile mental health crisis intervention, involuntary assessments and hearings, and tele-health assessments in other counties.

Location:

Butte

Hours:

Full-Time

Under the direct administrative supervision of the Operations Manager, the Intensive Crisis Therapist is responsible for providing clinical services to clients admitted to WMMHC crisis facilities, walk-in crisis assessments, mobile mental health crisis intervention, involuntary assessments and hearings, and tele-health assessments in other counties.

Location:

Kalispell

Hours:

Full-Time

Under the direct administrative supervision of the Operations Manager, the Intensive Crisis Therapist is responsible for providing clinical services to clients admitted to WMMHC crisis facilities, walk-in crisis assessments, mobile mental health crisis intervention, involuntary assessments and hearings, and tele-health assessments in other counties.

Location:

Missoula

Hours:

Full-Time

Under the direct administrative supervision of the Operations Manager, the Intensive Crisis Therapist is responsible for providing clinical services to clients admitted to WMMHC crisis facilities, walk-in crisis assessments, mobile mental health crisis intervention, involuntary assessments and hearings, and tele-health assessments in other counties.

Location:

Missoula

Hours:

Full-Tme

The Administrative Assistant is a support member to the Western Montana Mental Health
Center facility. This includes providing receptionist duties including triaging of phone calls, coordinating communication between the providers, administration, and clients and assisting clients, their families and other agencies to obtain answers to questions. Maintains accounting and budgeting records for clients and program expenditures and operates and coordinates
Western’s management information system. Acts as a positive role model through good work ethic, fairness, flexibility and commitment to appropriate and direct communications; demonstrates energy and enthusiasm for Western’s mission and vision.

Location:

Hamilton

Hours:

Part-Time

This position provides 24-hour mobile mental health emergency/crisis intervention services to citizens. The contract with the county stipulates that the MHP team will be available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The MHP will be available to respond to the crisis house staff to assess and assist with any clinical issues that arise after hours or when the Clinical Supervisor is unavailable.

Location:

Hamilton

Hours:

Part-Time

Provide supportive services to residents of the home; keep the home safe and secured; and oversee general functioning and maintenance of the home.

Location:

Butte

Hours:

Full-Time

The Care Coordinator works in collaboration and partnership with persons experiencing serious disabling mental illness (SDMI), specifically consumers utilizing therapeutic group homes and assists in the provision of a service plan that links consumers to community resources and supports that promote successful community integration.

Location:

Missoula

Hours:

Full-Time

Under general supervision the Service Line Director – Crisis Services, this position provides day to day physical and fiscal management of the crisis house.

Location:

Three Forks

Hours:

Full-Time

Provide initial assessments, individual, play and group therapy for each designated child in the School Based Mental Health Services (SBMHS) program in assigned schools. Provide family therapy and support for the families of origin and foster families. Develop and implement treatment plans for each child. Provide formal and informal consultation to school staff on clinical issues. Maintain and update written clinical records according to WMMHC policies and procedures.

Location:

Bozeman

Hours:

Full-Time

The team leader establishes, administers and directs the Program Assertive Community Treatment (PACT). A self-contained clinical team which assumes responsibility for directly providing needed treatment, rehabilitation and support services to identified clients with severe and disabling mental illnesses; supervises and evaluates the multidisciplinary team in conjunction with appropriate psychiatric support to ensure service excellence and courteous, helpful and respectful services to program clients; and functions as a practicing clinician on the team.

Location:

Bozeman

Hours:

Full-Time

The Vocational Specialist is a member of a multidisciplinary who has responsibility to carry out vocational rehabilitation services and provide support in all other service areas including care coordination, substance abuse services, education, support, consultation to families and crisis intervention. Acts as a positive role model through good work ethic, fairness, flexibility and commitment to appropriate and direct communications; demonstrates energy and enthusiasm for Western’s mission and vision.

Location:

Butte

Hours:

Full-Time

This member of the PACT multidisciplinary team has training in social work, psychology or education and clinical skill and experience to assess, plan, develop, coordinate, and provide treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to program clients with severe and disabling mental illnesses under the clinical supervision of the team leader and the APRN. Functions as a clinical member of the multidisciplinary team and provides treatment rehabilitation and support services.

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Western Montana Mental Health Center 
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