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Licensed Practical Nurse

Department: ACT TEAM Salary: $55000 Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

The Licensed Practical Nurse is part of the teams for two agency programs, the Forensic ACT Team and the Safe Haven program. For FACT, common position functions include: Assist consumers in accessing medical care. Package and monitor psychotropic and medical medications. Administer and maintain IM injections to consumers in office and in community. Maintain records of medications, hospitalizations, and note changes as required by ACT Team Psychiatrist. Make periodic, scheduled, and unscheduled community visits specific to nursing function. Document direct and indirect contact with consumers in the electronic documentation system. Follow up on referrals. Provide educational activities for consumers on health-related issues; Co-lead staff training on medication monitoring with team psychiatrist. Any other duties as may be assigned. Travel: This is a field-based position and requires 80% of services to be provided in the community. For Safe Haven, position functions include: Monitoring medications, vaccinations, and health initiatives as Safe Haven residence. Performing health assessments and treatment and following up on referral. Administering IM medications. Providing educational activities for clients on health-related issues. Co-leading staff training on medication monitoring. Participate in psychiatric emergency response system. Perform related administrative duties, including correspondence, reports, and record-keeping. Attend meetings, conferences, and trainings, as required. Any other duties as may be assigned.

Job Requirements

Education: Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) with current New York State license Experience: At least three years of experience working in human services with individuals with serious mental illness and those with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders Experience understanding family systems based on diversity of cultural and ethnic backgrounds Experience understanding various evidence-based models and theories pertaining to psychoeducation, motivational interviewing, serious mental illness, and recovery Highly organized and self-motivated. Proficient in computers self-motivated Proficient in computers and fluency in Spanish preferred COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED MASK WEARING REQUIRED The Bridge is an AA/EOE

How to Apply

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS JOB ROLE, PLEASE CONTACT SSILVER@THEBRIDGENY.ORG.

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Contact: adehaven@thebridgeny.org

Area Director

Job Title: Area Director - Single Sites Department: Residential Services Salary: $70000 - 80000 Schedule: Monday - Friday...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Provide clinical and administrative supervision in addition to training to on-site residential managers and oversight of residential support staff serving formerly homeless individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders who are living in supportive housing programs throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. In conjunction with the Assistant Vice President/Vice President/Senior Vice President, monitor the compliance and quality of the standards of client care, ensuring compliance with agency and funders’ policies, procedures, and program eligibility requirements. Provide direct crisis intervention to clients in distress, as needed. Develop relationships and communicate with other behavioral/medical providers serving our agency’s residents; establish and maintain good relationships with neighbors, community organizations and local leaders. Attend case conferences for residents who are receiving services at community providers or are hospitalized. Responsible for administrative operation of programs, including frequent work with other internal agency departments such as finance, human resources, information systems, etc.. Act as primary liaison with the residential intake department and participate in assessment interviews with prospective clients of the housing programs to assess their ability to reside safely in the community. Developing and implement rehabilitative programming as part of training to residential staff. Supervise personnel activities for residential program staff, including recruiting/hiring, shift scheduling, conducting staff meetings and trainings, completing performance evaluations, disciplinary actions, and labor/management issues. Actively participate in division and agency wide staff meetings, clinical treatment meetings, and trainings. Available for 24 hour on call emergencies. Any other duties as may be assigned.

Job Requirements

Educational Requirements: LMSW, LCMSW, LMHC Qualifications and Experience: Clinical experience with chronically homeless and/or mentally ill adults, familiar with OMH/DOHMH and experience providing supervision to staff. This position requires the oversight of licensed OMH housing programs; knowledge of the 595 regulations and Justice Center is required. Knowledge of Office of Medicaid Inspector General and Residential Medicaid Billing preferred. The Bridge is an AA/EOE COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED MASK WEARING REQUIRED

How to Apply

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS JOB ROLE, PLEASE EMAIL JCRESCITELLI@THEBRIDGENY.ORG.

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Engagement and Enrollment Specialist

Job Title: Engagement and Enrollment Specialist Department: Health Homes Care Coordination Salary: 45000 Schedule: Monday -...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Position Description Overview: Under the direction of the Supervisor and/or Director, and within the guidelines of all applicable laws, rules, regulations and Agency code of ethics and policies and procedures, the Engagement and Enrollment Specialist engages and enrolls eligible individuals in Care Coordination services and assists with member retention needs. Services are provided for Medicaid and Non-Medicaid recipients living with co-occurring medical, mental health, and/or substance use needs. The Engagement and Enrollment Specialist conducts telephonic, written and face to face outreach and retention services to coordinate care for Health Home Care Coordination eligible members. The Engagement and Enrollment Specialist works closely with the Care Coordination team to identify, locate, engage and enroll members eligible for Health Home services. The Engagement and Enrollment Specialist assists the team by providing information about community resources that can support member wellness goals. All work is conducted from a Trauma Informed, Harm Reduction, Person Centered perspective.Benefits: Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Life Insurance • Short-Term Disability Insurance • Qualified Transportation Expense Accounts • Pension Plan • Tuition Reimbursement • In-Service Trainings • Paid Holidays • Vacation Days • Personal Days • Sick Leave • Family and Medical Leave

Job Requirements

COVID VACCINATION REQUIRED; MASK WEARING REQUIRED Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field. Experience: Minimum 2 year of job-related experience providing medical, mental health or substance focused serves to individuals with chronic medical conditions and/or serious behavioral health conditions. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, writing, and computer skills. Ability to engage individuals and diffuse difficult situations. The Bridge is an AA/EOE

How to Apply

Please forward resume and cover letter to Allison Dehaven at adehaven@thebridgeny.org.

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CASAC

Job Title: Department: Community Support Programs Salary: $45000 Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Provide individual and group counseling and substance use treatment to program participants; provide individual and group therapy; participate in interdisciplinary team meetings for the development of treatment plans and treatment plan reviews. Complete documentation in a timely manner; oversee the day-to-day need of program participants (i.e., stipends, requests, job functions, routine disciplinary measures, etc.); ensure that the daily schedule of groups and activities are carried out; attend case conferences as required; collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team to provide adults with person-centered substance use treatment, rehabilitation, and mental health services Complete required documentation in a timely a manner and in accordance with regulatory oversight agencies and best practices.; work collaboratively with program participants, their families, and community partners to assist program participants in achieving their treatment and recovery goals; coordinate program participant care through close involvement with hospitals, substance use treatment facilities, probation, and parole, etc. Complete psychosocial, substance use and other treatment related assessments; collaborate with the program participant in the creation of individualized service plans, and crisis/relapse prevention plans; use evidence based individual and group treatments in the areas of substance use and mental health to address program participant needs (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapy, harm reduction, motivational interviewing, trauma -informed care). Identify or develop substance use, behavioral health and physical health group curricula to support recovery; provide support and referrals to assist program participants with needs such as family support, housing, entitlements, employment, education, vocational interests, community integration, and connection to physical health care; provide support and services to assist program participants with needs such as legal advocacy, navigating the criminal justice system, coordination with legal agencies; conduct Intakes and screenings, other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED; MASK WEARING REQUIRED. CASAC certification required; experience working with individuals with behavioral health diagnoses, substance use disorders, and histories of trauma; experience with navigating the systems that our clients interact with (housing, criminal justice, health care) is a plus; experience using Electronic Health Records to document Must be a team player who is stress resistant, flexible, creative, and open to feedback; must have good time management and organizational skills; knowledge or willingness to learn AWARDS; knowledge of Zoom or willingness to learn THE BRIDGE, INC. IS AN AOA/EOE.

How to Apply

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS JOB ROLE, PLEASE FORWARD YOUR RESUME TO ALLISON DEHAVEN AT ADEHAVEN@THEBRIDGENY.ORG.

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Peer Specialist - Waters Place

Job Title: Peer Specialist Department: Residential - Waters Place Salary: $35000 Schedule: Monday- Friday (:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: Bronx , NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Performs restorative services and ADL’s to assist clients with cooking, cleaning, general apartment maintenance, shopping, traveling, taking medication, symptom management, personal hygiene, money management, self-advocacy, utilizing community resources and other areas as appropriate Assist with observation and education regarding medication in accordance with OMH regulations Escorts clients to outside appointments throughout the community utilizing public transportation to obtain benefits, medical doctor, psychiatrist, or dentist when necessary, shopping, etc. Timely completion of required documentation for every client contacts as per agency policy Ensure documentation meets regulatory guidelines for level of care Co-facilitate groups if requested in areas including but not limited to wellness, leadership, housing, stability, employment and education, relationships, and healthy decision making Provide crisis intervention, as necessary Ability to work with consumers/residents, families, and staff in a caring and respectful manner, and with due understanding of and consideration for cultural differences Conduct apartment inspections if requested on multiple floors, utilizing stairs Immediately reports serious incidents, serious incident allegations, incidents, or sensitive situations to supervisors Provide an environment where clients have the ability to and are comfortable accessing services at any time of day or night. All shifts in residential community residences and any other 24-hour supervised program are “awake” shifts. That means that employees are expected to be alert and available at all times for the purposes of managing any client matters that arise and to provide building coverage Attend staff meetings, supervision and trainings as required Any other duties as may be assigned

Job Requirements

COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED; MASK WEARING REQUIRED High School Diploma/ GED required The Peer Specialist will have had lived experience with a mental illness diagnosis, the completion of a Peer Advocacy Program preferred Experience working with mental health, crisis intervention and managing trauma triggered behavior Excellent time management and organizational skills Must be a team player who is flexible, stress resistant, open to feedback and creative Willingness to perform CPR/First Aid/AED/CPI/Naloxone Preferred knowledge of AWARDS The Bridge is an AA/EOE

How to Apply

In one document, attach your cover letter and resume in PDF or Word format. Please contact Daniella Belli at dbelli@thebridgeny.org.

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Data Analyst/Senior Data Analyst

The Data Analyst is full-time, based in New York City – or remotely based in the tri-state area (NY, NJ or CT) and will...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-time

Job Responsibilities

Core Responsibilities • Own the development and maintenance of the Network’s housing data infrastructure, which will ultimately be in Salesforce. • Project manage Salesforce configuration and system enhancements related to housing data. • Track the supportive housing development pipeline and details of specific projects as they progress and enter new data in the database. • Ensure excellent data quality by conducting systematic reviews of data for existing supportive housing programs. • Proactively identify and propose alternatives to improve the consistency and accuracy of the Network’s housing data. • Analyze and synthesize data to surface trends and information related to the supportive housing industry in New York State. • Respond to data queries from members, government partners, funders, and the media. • Design and configure dashboards to meet the changing needs of the policy and advocacy team. • Transform large and complex data into accessible and understandable visuals to be used in fact sheets, reports, and presentations for internal and external audiences. o Assess functionality of Excel for the organization’s data analysis and visualization purposes and make software recommendations as needed. • Coordinate, administer, and analyze surveys of Network members as needed. • Alongside Network staff, provide hands-on assistance with the planning and implementation of the Network’s annual events: the Gala (600+ attendees), the Conference (1,600+ attendees), the Annual Meeting (120+ attendees), and Lobby Day in Albany (100+ attendees). Senior Data Analyst Responsibilities • Develop and manage strategy for data collection and analysis to shape policy and budget agenda, identifying new data sources as needed. • Direct internal efforts to better incorporate data into advocacy strategy and materials. • Lead data visualization aspects and reporting for funders. Optional Additional Responsibilities: • Contribute to the writing of reports and fact sheets. • Draft and deliver testimony to City Council. • Assist with coordination and facilitation of advocacy meetings and member working groups.

Job Requirements

Required Qualifications • At least one year of experience in a data analyst position or similar role. 3 years of relevant experience required for senior data analyst. • Database management experience - Salesforce preferred. • Either a background knowledge of affordable housing development and finance or a demonstrated ability to learn the language and complexities of a technical industry Preferred Qualifications • Demonstrated commitment to issues of homelessness and/or affordable housing • Public policy experience Required Skills • Strong quantitative skills, including ability to manage large datasets • Detail-oriented, demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness • Excellent project management; thinks ahead, estimates time required for tasks, communicates challenges early and often with supervisor and team members, and looks for solutions • Strong research, communication and analytical skills • Demonstrates initiative and ownership of quality work product • Open to input and feedback • Strong Excel skills, including ability to perform V-lookups and Pivot Tables • Proficiency in other Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint) • Ability to work as part of a team as well as execute projects independently • Creates and supports an environment which fosters teamwork, cooperation, respect and diversity

How to Apply

Please send resume and cover letter with salary and title expectations to jobs@shnny.org. Please include “Data Analyst/Senior Data Analyst” in the subject line of your email. No phone calls, please

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Peer Specialist - Health Homes

Job Title: Peer Specialist Department: Health Homes Care Coordination Salary: $35000 Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York City, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Complete Wellness Recovery Action Plans WRAP, safety, crisis intervention and relapse prevention plans Identify the treatment services consumers should receive based on severity of stage of change, immediate needs and recommend treatment objectives for the consumer’s treatment plan Assess and provide services to consumers to address housing, income support, education and vocational training, social supports, employment, and primary care needs Recommend treatment objectives for the consumer’s service plan Use motivational interviewing, recovery and trauma-informed approaches when delivering peer services Involve family and significant others in the consumer’s treatment with the FACT team Complete progress notes collaboratively but no later than 24-hours after delivering a service and ensure progress notes are available to be read in the daily organizational meeting Provide individual peer support and wellness counseling, harm reduction counseling based on motivational interviewing Work effectively with the consumer’s support system, and self-help groups providing services to FACT consumers. Link consumes to peer support and self-help recovery resources Achieve the minimum required face to face service contacts in the community each month. Act as advocate and liaison for consumers in income support and access to resources to support service plan goals Provide 80 percent of treatment contacts in the community Provide culturally competent services in accordance with The Bridge’s policies and practice Any other duties as assigned Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Life Insurance • Short-Term Disability Insurance • Qualified Transportation Expense Accounts • Pension Plan • Tuition Reimbursement • In-Service Trainings • Paid Holidays • Vacation Days • Personal Days • Sick Leave • Family and Medical Leave

Job Requirements

Covid-19 vaccination required Education: High school diploma; Graduate of a recognized peer specialist training program such as the Howie the Harp Peer Advocacy and Training Center Peer Specialist Program; NYCPS - P, NYCPS, NYS OMH and/or OASAS Certified Peer Specialist Experience: At least 2 years of work experience providing peer support to individuals with serious mental illness and criminal justice involvement; Lived experience using mental health treatment and/or substance use treatment services; Individuals with previous criminal justice experience are eligible Proficiency with computer and electronic health records Spanish speaking a plus

How to Apply

In one document, attach your cover letter and resume in PDF or Word format. No phone calls please. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Please contact Sheryl Silver at ssilver@thebridgeny.org.

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Peer Specialist - ACT Team

Job Title: Peer Specialist Department: Shelter ACT Salary: $35000 Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Complete Wellness Recovery Action Plans WRAP, safety, crisis intervention and relapse prevention plans Identify the treatment services consumers should receive based on severity of stage of change, immediate needs and recommend treatment objectives for the consumer’s treatment plan Assess and provide services to consumers to address housing, income support, education and vocational training, social supports, employment, and primary care needs Recommend treatment objectives for the consumer’s service plan Use motivational interviewing, recovery and trauma-informed approaches when delivering peer services Involve family and significant others in the consumer’s treatment with the FACT team Complete progress notes collaboratively but no later than 24-hours after delivering a service and ensure progress notes are available to be read in the daily organizational meeting Provide individual peer support and wellness counseling, harm reduction counseling based on motivational interviewing Work effectively with the consumer’s support system, and self-help groups providing services to FACT consumers. Link consumes to peer support and self-help recovery resources Achieve the minimum required face to face service contacts in the community each month. Act as advocate and liaison for consumers in income support and access to resources to support service plan goals Provide 80 percent of treatment contacts in the community Provide culturally competent services in accordance with The Bridge’s policies and practice Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Life Insurance • Short-Term Disability Insurance • Qualified Transportation Expense Accounts • Pension Plan • Tuition Reimbursement • In-Service Trainings • Paid Holidays • Vacation Days • Personal Days • Sick Leave • Family and Medical Leave

Job Requirements

Qualifications: MUST BE FULLY COVID VACCINATED; MASK WEARING IS REQUIRED Education: High school diploma; Graduate of a certified Peer Specialist training program (for example, Howie the Harp Peer Advocacy and Training Center Peer Specialist Program). NYS OMH and/or OASAS Certified Peer Specialist certified Experience: Lived experience using mental health treatment and/or substance use treatment services. At least 2 years of work experience providing peer support to individuals with serious mental illness and criminal justice involvement • Individuals with previous criminal justice experience are eligible • Proficiency with computer and electronic health records • Spanish speaking a plus.

How to Apply

In one document, attach your cover letter and resume in PDF or Word format. No phone calls please. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Please contact Sheryl Silver at ssilver@thebridgeny.org.

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Peer Specialist - CORE

JOB TITLE: PEER SPECIALIST DEPARTMENT: CORE SCHEDULE: MONDAY – FRIDAY 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM SALARY: $35000

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Position Description Overview: This position will provide adult CORE services to eligible HARP/ Medicaid beneficiaries with serious mental illness and/or substance use disorders to receive services in their own home or community. CORE services will help build the skills and self-efficacy that promote and facilitate community participation, independence and reduce frequency of hospitalizations for individuals. Services may include: Psychosocial Rehabilitation; Family Support & Training; and Empowerment/Peer Support Services. Service delivery is designed to be flexible and individualized and is focused on the promotion of skill development and identification of community supports to overcome deficits related to function and motivation. Responsibilities: • Provide designated services with participant in home and/ or community-based setting(s). • Complete the CORE Individualized Recovery Plan • Provide services as outlined the LPHA Service Recommendation • Coordinate with each participant's collateral supports around goals and progress with services and recovery planning. • Complete and submit all required documentation as associated with service delivery and as regulated by OMH and Managed Care Organization (MCO) representatives and/ or agency supervisor(s). • Conduct / administer identified service assessments within identified timeframes. • Demonstrate excellent time and task management skills, as well as oral and written communication skills. • Ability to manage providing services and documentation within required timeline • Bilingual English and Spanish speaking required • Basic computer and typing skills • Effective use of self-disclosure to inspire hope and support for individuals experiencing mental health and substance use challenges • Excellent inter-personal communication including the ability to establish empathic, empowering relationships with people who have experienced psychiatric disabilities and trauma • Must be able to maintain clear and appropriate boundaries with service recipients and their collaterals • Basic knowledge of the public mental health system, including self-help and empowerment programs that support recovery • Must be able to climb stairs and utilize all forms of public transportation; must be able to travel independently within the community • Experience working in a home and/ or community-based settings preferred • Knowledge of harm reduction and person-centered service provision preferred • Other duties as assigned. Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Life Insurance • Short-Term Disability Insurance • Qualified Transportation Expense Accounts • Pension Plan • Tuition Reimbursement • In-Service Trainings • Paid Holidays • Vacation Days • Personal Days • Sick Leave • Family and Medical Leave

Job Requirements

Qualifications: Associates degree and two years related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and related experience; Bachelor’s degree required, or Associates degree and 2 years of education support experience required to provide Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Family Support and Training services, NYS Peer Certification or Provisional Certification in lieu of education requirement. Personal and lived mental health and/or recovery experience a plus. Must be willing to provide services in participants’ homes. Bilingual English and Spanish speaking required. THE BRIDGE IS AN AOA/EOE.

How to Apply

In one document, attach your cover letter and resume in PDF or Word format. No phone calls please. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Please contact Sheryl Silver at ssilver@thebridgeny.org.

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Case Manager - ACT Teams

Job Title: Case Manager Salary: $45000 Department: ACT Team Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: Bronx, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team to provide services consistent with the ACT model Participate in daily team meetings to review and plan client services Provide the expected number of services to clients each month, 80% of which are in the community Complete required documentation in a timely and high quality manner Work collaboratively with clients, their families, and community partners to assist clients in achieving their treatment and recovery goals Coordinate client care through close involvement with hospitals, substance use treatment facilities, etc. Complete immediate needs assessments, comprehensive psycho-social assessments, individualized service plans, and crisis/relapse prevention plans Use evidence based treatments in the areas of mental health and substance abuse to address client needs (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapy, harm reduction, motivational interviewing, trauma -informed care) Provide services to assist clients with needs such as family support, housing, entitlements, employment, education, vocational interests, community integration, and connection to physical health care Provide services to assist clients with needs such as legal advocacy, navigating the criminal justice system, coordination with legal agencies

Job Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s Degree Experience: Minimum three years of experience providing services to adults with serious mental illness preferred MUST BE FULLY COVID VACCINATED; MASK WEARING AT ALL TIMES Must have or be eligible to have NY State ID (non-drivers or drivers license) Knowledge and experience of electronic health records (specifically AWARDS by Footholds) preferred Spanish speaking is highly desirable The Bridge is an AA/EOE

How to Apply

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS JOB ROLE, PLEASE CONTACT ALLISON DEHAVEN AT ADEHAVEN@THEBRIDGENY.ORG.

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