Behavioral Health Case Manager

Join our dedicated team as a full-time Behavioral Health Case Manager in the supportive community of Franklin County. Engage directly with a dynamic team to strategically coordinate and monitor services for individuals with mental health challenges.

Our standard work schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. This position offers a competitive hourly wage of $25, plus mileage reimbursement for travel related to client support activities. You'll be required to document your services in our electronic medical records system, achieving at least 1,248 billable hours per year.

- Streamlined Digital Onboarding Process
- Comprehensive New Case Manager Training Program
- Collaborative Work Environment
- Robust Electronic Medical Records (EMR) System
- Comprehensive Healthcare Benefits Including Vision and Dental Plans
- Employer-Sponsored Life Insurance and Disability Coverage
- Optional Life Insurance Opportunities
- Retirement Savings Plan with Employer Matching Contributions
- Substantial Paid Time Off including Vacation, Holidays, Sick Days
- Federal Mileage Reimbursement Rates
- Complimentary Parking Facilities
- Eligibility for Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program
- Support for Continuing Education Endeavors
- Possibilities for Professional Licensure Advancement
- Oversight Provided for Credentialing Purposes
- Incentives Available through Referral Programs
- A Nationally Accredited Service Provider by CARF
- Over Five Decades of Excellence in Service Provision
- Recognition among Top Non-Profit Organizations

The role involves being an essential liaison between clients, healthcare systems, and community resources while ensuring comprehensive care that fosters independent living. Responsibilities include:

Developing Individualized Care Plans: Partnering with clients and their networks to form tailored care plans based on thorough assessments.

Service Coordination: Connecting clients to necessary behavioral health services such as therapy, substance abuse treatment programs, benefits coordination or employment aid.
Advocacy Efforts: Standing up for client rights within various systems ensuring they receive the respect and appropriate care they deserve.
Progress Monitoring & Adjustments: Evaluating client progress regularly and adjusting treatment strategies accordingly.
Crisis Response Support: Offering prompt support during urgent situations guaranteeing client safety.
Educational Outreach & Supportive Counseling: Informing clients about their conditions while providing effective coping strategies along with resource guidance.
Interprofessional Collaboration & Communication: Fostering teamwork among diverse healthcare providers involved in patient care networks.
Meticulous Documentation: Keeping accurate records aligned with organizational standards as well as regulatory requirements.
Empowering Clients: Encouraging self-management by equipping them with tools which facilitate active participation in recovery processes.
Cultural Competency: Delivering respectful service attuned to varied cultural backgrounds ensuring inclusivity.

A Bachelor's degree is mandatory;
Genuine compassion toward others;
Self-motivated personality with organizational skills;
Community resource knowledge is advantageous;
Experience or familiarity with mental health challenges or case management preferred but not required;
Compulsory completion of our paid 90-day training program;
Billing productivity must meet or exceed 104 hours/monthly requirement; Valid Ohio driver's license along with reliable transportation and clean driving record essential; Mandatory pre-hire background checks including criminal history review and drug screening adherence.

All candidates will undergo background checks. Only those who have submitted an application form followed by an on-site interview will be considered applicants. Employment is not guaranteed upon application completion. In line with our Drug-Free Workplace Policy expectations pre-hire drug testing is implemented. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Place of work

North Central Mental Health Svcs., Inc.
1301 North High Street
43201 Columbus
United States of America

Employer profile

North Central Mental Health Services, Inc. is a broad-based community mental health and substance use, addiction and recovery provider serving residents within Franklin County, Ohio.

North Central serves all age groups to provide treatment for children, adults, couples and families.  We provide assistance to deal with life problems and pressures in positive, constructive ways.  Our outpatient programs provide counseling and therapy to help deal with situational issues as well as therapy for those struggling with long-term, intense mental disabilities. 

North Central’s substance use disorder, addiction and recovery services provide the support, treatment and encouragement needed to help individuals move toward recovery and independence.  Our residential program assists individuals suffering from mental illness who are currently unable to live unassisted but strive to become independent and self-supporting.

In addition to direct treatment and residential programs, North Central emphasizes the importance of education and prevention services, including Suicide Prevention Services, for schools, civic organizations, faith-based institutions and private businesses.

North Central operates the largest 988 Suicide & Crisis Call Center in Ohio.

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  • Worthington
  • Bexley

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North Central Mental Health Svcs., Inc.

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