The Care Coordinator will help consumers understand, navigate, and grow through the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program. You will work with consumers, providers, and other team supports that assist in their progression throughout the CCS program. The Care Coordinator receives consultation from mental health and substance abuse professionals while working on the individual’s recovery plan.
The Care Coordinator will assist the consumer in identifying services appropriate to address barriers to recovery, identify and build a recovery support team of both professionals and natural supports, complete all necessary authorizations, paperwork, and case notes.
Recovery Support Coordination is a strengths-based case management model that provides the framework for an individualized plan of care to be developed for each participant. The purpose of Recovery Support Coordination is to assist clients to establish their own path to recovery and ensure the client’s well-being beyond the provision of formal services. It is the expectation of the Behavioral Health Division (BHD) Community Access to Recovery Services (CARS) that the Recovery Support Coordinator (RSC) /Case Manager (CM) will promptly undertake care coordination responsibilities so that the client’s recovery needs will be met in a timely manner. The RSC/CM will coordinate service planning and delivery, as well as help the client to access services.
Provide case management, skill development, individual meetings, school attendance checks, transportation, GPS monitoring, oral swab drug testing, and evidence-based and skills groups to juveniles who have been referred to the program by Marathon County.
The Peer Support Specialist is responsible for providing support to Pathways residents and facilitate daily activities.
The Resident Manager is responsible for providing assistance and support to residents and facilitating daily activities.