RASS Support Specialist Bachelor Level
Job Type(s):Full-Time, Part-Time
Education:Bachelors degree Job Description
Rapid Aftercare Stabilization Service (RASS) offers in home support to the following:
- Children and families who recently and/or frequently have utilized the emergency department and/or crisis services for a mental health crisis.
- Children and families deemed in frequent crisis by their outpatient mental health providers, who have been maintaining in the home but could utilize support to not reach the level of care needed for the hospital or crisis services.
- Children transitioning home from residential services.
Bachelors level staff are expected to have experience with children and families, be willing to train with crisis services to obtain your MHRT/CSP if you dont already have it and be comfortable safety planning with families.
You will work with the families in their homes on remaining safe in the home, coping strategies, parenting skills, connecting to resources, etc.
You will always have support of clinical level staff through your direct supervisor or clinical back up. Not a typical 8-5pm schedule, you make your own hours with the families you serve. CHCS believes in the importance of work-life balance, we offer generous leave time with paid sick & vacation time plus seven paid holidays and five paid float holiday time to our full-time staff and pro-rated time for part-time staff.