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Targeted Case Management Coordinator

Location:

Wilmington, North Carolina, United States

Date published:

08-Nov-2018

 

Target Case Management Coordinator (TCMC) is a service provided to children and youth identified as Children with Complex Needs (CwCN).  Targeted Case Management Coordinator will help these children and families live better within their communities through improved coordination of the delivery of appropriate services and supports

  • Must communicate fully and honestly in the performance of his/her responsibilities and provides sufficient information to enable individuals being supported and others to make their own informed decision to the best of their ability.
  • Must protect the dignity, privacy and confidentiality of individuals being supported.
  • Must solicit, honor and respect the unique needs, values and choices of persons served.
  • To assist youth and family while collaborating with the larger treatment team in gaining access to necessary appropriate medical, behavioral, social and other services and resources.
 

·     To arrange comprehensive assessment(s) to address identified needs related to, but not limited to, medical, psychosocial, behavioral, financial, social, cultural, environmental, legal, and vocational/educational areas, to determine service needs, strengths, resources, preferences, and goals as directed by and in collaboration with the Child and Family Team.

·     To link the youth/family with medical, psychosocial, behavioral, financial, social, cultural, environmental, legal, and vocational/educational programs, services, and supports to address identified needs and goals identified in person-centered plan, as directed by the Child and Family Team.

·     To engage in activities, monitoring, and education as identified by the Child and Family Team to assist in ensuring that the person centered plan is implemented effectively.

·     To arrange or provide transportation when necessary to assist in ensuring youth and family’s linkage to necessary and recommended medical, mental health, vocational, educational and other service programs and supports.

 

EDUCATION 

 

Bachelor level professional, with a degree in one of the following areas: Social Work, Counseling, Human Services, Sociology, or Psychology

 

EXPERIENCE

Must meet Qualified Mental Health Professional credentialing