Mobile Crisis Worker

Bangor - Full time

The primary duty of the Mobile Crisis Worker is to provide crisis intervention, crisis stabilization counseling, and short-term community support to individuals and their families by phone and mobile outreach; and provide assessment and intervention services to individuals in psychiatric emergencies. Must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field of study from an accredited college or university and a MHRT/CSP; a Master’s Degree in relevant field of study is preferred.  Employees who have not completed the MHRT/CSP certificate must successfully obtain certification within 30 days of employment. Must have 2 years of work experience providing related direct services to individuals and their families, Intentional Peer Support certification a plus.

For more information click on the attached job description.

All interested candidates must complete an on-line employment application to be considered for this position.

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Mobile Crisis Worker

CSU Clinical Therapist
November 17, 2016

Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) Therapist
 Bangor, Full time
Bangor, Part time
$3,000 Sign-On Bonus

Will provide crisis intervention, crisis stabilization counseling and short-term community support to Adults, children, adolescents and their families at the Crisis Stabilization Unit. Master’s Degree in related discipline; State of Maine licensed or eligible for LMSW, LCSW, LCPC Cond., LCPC, or Ph.D. and one year of relevant clinical experience needed. Experience working with people in crisis is desirable.

All Applicants must complete an Agency Employment Application on our website to be considered for employment at CHCS


For more information please click on the attached job description.

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Crisis Sabilization Therapist 5-10.doc.doc

Crisis Residential Specialist

 BANGOR -  Full-time  
(opening in Children's Crisis Stabilization Units)

Monitors and provides therapeutic support in a short-term residential settings for clients who are in psychiatric crisis.  Service delivered is described in each individual’s crisis stabilization plan.  Service is provided to children with varying needs, difficulties, levels of ability and demands in a quick paced environment. Must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in a Human Services, Social Services, Educational field or criminology and have one year of work experience with clients who have mental illness. Strong knowledge of medications and medical terminology, mental health issues and crisis theory is preferred.

For more information please click on the attached job description.

Related Document:
Crisis Residential Specialist


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Community Health and Counseling Services will provide community health services that are needed and valued by the communities and individuals we serve.