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Hope House is currently seeking a full time weekend Licensed Practical Nurse to work with a new program for pregnant and postpartum women who are in need of substance use disorder treatment.
Educational Requirements: Licensed Practical Nurse
Experience Requirements: Nursing knowledge of clinical/nursing services in the substance use treatment and mental health residential facility
Specific Job Duties:
Will oversee campus and ensure counseling assistants on weekend shifts are properly monitoring the campus.
Will be responsible for oversight of the medication room and ensuring patients are given medications timely, to include ordering medications, along with recording all medications on the MAR.
Will provide nursing care (i.e. monitor vitals, etc.,) and document nursing notes daily.
Will be responsible for ensuring critical incidents are documented and reported timely.
Will provide a 60 minute nursing group on Saturday and Sunday for residents on campus and document services provided in the EMR.
Will complete drug screens on residents and record information in the laboratory system.
Communicate with on-call for clinical, medical and case management concerns that need immediate attention.
Hope House is also looking for a Case Manager to work with a new program for pregnant and postpartum women who are in need of substance use disorder treatment.
Requirements: Bachelor of Arts in Social Science, Master’s Degree preferred
Three (3) years’ experience in Case Management with women with substance use disorder who are pregnant or parenting
Experience will not be accepted in lieu of educational requirements.
Specific Job Duties:
Create monthly session with families (face to face) and documents all services
Schedules medical appointments
Provides Case Management to all residential residents
Transports to appointments such as DOL, DMV, Court, and Child Support
Helps families that are experiencing difficulties with job search, education etc. and assist with job search, school
Assists families with applying for benefits (food stamp, Medicaid, TANF, WIC & Child care etc.) and completes the review process
Creates username and password on Gateway for benefits and OBGYN
Advocates for participants during the DFACS reunification process
Provides monthly reports to the Clinical Director
Helps families find resources and support networks in the communities to become self-sufficient
Handles paperwork required for each case and necessary document for the family (immunization, birth certificate, social security card. Report card etc.)
Finds ways to work effectively with families from different cultures and alternative lifestyles
Assist in applying for Social Security Benefits, GED courses, Risk Reduction (DUI) and completing the application
Documents case management activities and services established by the agency
Celebrates positive outcomes with children and family
May routinely serve on after-hours on-call duty
Embraces ongoing learning and professional development opportunities
Transports children along with Parenting Coordinator to appointments, school, doctors, dental and parent teacher conferences
Makes referrals to the other agency for services for the family
Establishes permanency goals for the children
Documents case management activities
Hope House is also in search of a full time Parenting Coach. This job is an integral part of the holistic approach to treatment for mothers with substance use disorder. Documentation and dissemination of information is essential in this role; as is a strong working relationship with the clinical and therapeutic departments of Hope House. A consistent, respectful and competent individual who understands the family dynamics of those challenged by behavioral health issues will fill this job. The following tasks are expected. This list and job description, while comprehensive, is not all inclusive.
Requirements: Associates degree from an accredited college.
Specific Job Duties:
Educate families on age appropriate development and expectations
Ensure accurate and timely documentation of services provided under the Promoting Safe and Stable Families (PSSF) service provision. Home visits are a core service.
Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
Maintain participants charts and documentation on each family participating in the parenting program
Engage in home sessions with families living both on site and in the community
Provide measurable outcomes for each family and for the program as a whole
Use best practices for the care and instruction of the families in the program
Provide educational sessions with individuals, groups, and families in the program
Coordinate awareness and educational activities for families seeking parenting education
Attend treatment team meetings with parenting staff in order to provide quality care to families in the program
Engage children in TCC setting and home setting in order to become familiar with the children in order to offer effective interventions for the family interactions
Participate in continuing education in child/parent and family studies in order to remain aware of needs and current practices within family services
Transport clients when needed to family bonding activities
The individual who fills this position must be self-motivated, creative, compassionate and amenable to changes. Must be able to work independently, as well as part of a team, and complete tasks in a timely manner.
Must pass background check and drug screen.
No calls or office visits.
These positions are grant funded.