Behavioral Health Family Mentor

Clinical Support Mesa, Arizona


Description

What You’ll Get…

When you join our team, you will receive:

  • Limitless growth and career advancement opportunities
  • Career development offered internally through our Organizational Development & Learning Department
  • Wellness Program - Offering access to an expert Health Coach and wellness incentives to lower cost

The Copa Health Network believes that recovery from mental illness is an outcome we can achieve by harnessing the wisdom of service recipients and their families with the knowledge of skilled and caring professionals.  We believe that everyone has intrinsic strengths that can be used to develop an individualized recovery plan. Copa Health staff model and practice recovery principles in all activities including hope, empowerment, encouragement, support, self-determination, and connection to the community. Staff serves as positive role models demonstrating professional and caring attitudes and behaviors toward the individuals we serve, their families, co-workers, and guests. Staff contributes to effective teamwork by combining skills and energies in a coordinated effort with individuals we serve, their families, supervisors, co-workers, and outside agencies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Requires a minimum of a High School Diploma / GED
  • One (1) to three (3) years of behavioral healthcare experience, previous and / or current caregiver of a service participant, preferred.
  • Successfully completes a pre-employment drug screening.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card and any other required background checks.
  • Ability to meet Copa’s driver authorized driving requirements to include obtaining an AZ Driver’s license upon hire, 39-month MVR, proof of insurance and vehicle registration, if applicable.

JOB SUMMARY (Including, but not limited to):

  • Creates and facilitates a variety of family group activities that support and strengthen a family’s journey of recovery
  • Educates staff to reduce stigma in a family member’s journey of recovery
  • Attends Child & Family Team (CFT) meetings; and assists the family in identifying their family culture and concerns
  • Assists with providing needed resources to the participants and their families
  • Provides consultation to members of the adult clinical teams pertaining to community-based resources
  • Maintains accurate, thorough, and current documentation
  • To ensure compliance & adequate services, additional job duties may be required to meet the needs of the program and or department, consistent with Copa Health productivity levels

Copa Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.

Pre-Employment Criminal Background and Drug Testing Required. EOE