Hope Begins with You

Central Clinic Behavioral Health is a leader in the treatment of mental health and substance use/abuse issues. Our staff of over 300 stays laser-focused on our mission so that each person we treat knows there is hope. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer who embraces diversity and inclusion. Please click on a tab below to see  current employment opportunities for each Central Clinic Behavioral Health division.

Admin

There are currently no open positions in the Administrative Services Division of Central Clinic.

Adult

Intake Assistant

Duties:  Full time (40 hours a week):  Duties include, but not limited to, assisting new clients with orientation to Adult Services during the intake process, meeting face-to-face with clients to collect client information necessary for intake and assessment purposes and orienting new clients to Adult Services.  Work collaboratively with Associate director to ensure seamless operations of intake.  Work collaboratively with referral sources and organizations, performing phone screens for people requesting services and checking eligibility as needed.  Schedule and coordinate intake appointments with incoming clients and assigned intake clinician. , Perform chart management related duties and  assist with training new staff, students and residents on intake and charting procedures.  Assist with client referrals for additional services for established clients, to include completing case management referral appointments.

Qualifications:  Associate Degree is required, Bachelor’s Degree preferred.  Three to five years office work experience required; proficient in Excel and Word.  Strong written, verbal and communication skills as well as organization skills.  Clinical work experience preferred.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Mental Health Therapist

Duties:  Full Time – 40 hours per week position for OH licensed counselor or social worker to provide diagnostic assessments and individual counseling/psychotherapy services to a diverse caseload of adult clients with mental health disorders and clients with mental health and substance abuse co-occurring disorders. Must submit necessary documentation in a timely manner and meet productivity/UR targets. Will follow up on treatment recommendations and make appropriate referrals. Will participate in training to strengthen effective delivery of services to individuals, families and groups, work collaboratively with multidisciplinary team. Participate in division and/or agency team committees, task force or projects as designated. Good organizational and time management skills are needed.

Qualifications:  Must have Ohio License in Social Work or Counseling. Independent licensure is preferred.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Child

Mental Health Therapist – Young Child Institute

Duties: Full time or contract position for licensed counselor or social worker to perform assessments and provide treatment to children ages 0-5, within our community behavioral health agency.  Position involves collaboration with case managers, psychologists, medication providers, and other service providers.  Good organizational and time management skills are needed.

Qualifications:  Must have an LPC or LSW, independent licensure preferred, in Ohio.  Must have provided mental health services to children.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Contract Mental Health Therapist

Duties:  Contract (2-3 evenings; 8-10 hours per week) position for licensed counselor or social worker to provide counseling to children ages 5-18, within our community behavioral health agency and schools.  Position involves collaboration with case managers, psychologists, and medication providers.  Good organizational and time management skills are needed.

Qualifications:  Must have an LPC or LSW, independent licensure preferred, in Ohio.  Must have provided mental health services to children.  Spanish speaking a plus.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

CDC

Community-Based Therapist – Clermont County, OH

Full-Time position available with Behavioral Health Agency providing home and community-based treatment, promoting family stabilization to at risk children and their families, with overall goal of preventing out of home placement.

Duties:  Providing trauma informed, individual and family therapy to families that are involved with Clermont County Children’s Protective Services. Program hours are generally 10:30 am -7:00 pm, Monday-Friday. Position is community based and requires travel within the Clermont County region.  Office is in Batavia within Clermont County CPS site.

Qualifications:  Must have experience working with children and families that have experienced trauma and involvement with child welfare. Trauma training/certification a plus. Must also have driver’s license, current auto insurance and safe/reliable transportation.  Dependent Ohio Licensure required in social work, counseling or allied mental health field.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Mental Health and SUD Therapist – Hamilton, OH

Duties:  Full time (M-F 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM) position for an experienced psychotherapist with expertise in substance use and co-occurring disorders This person will provide individual therapy, group therapy, a drug court liaison and diagnostic assessment services with adolescents and adults in a multi-disciplinary setting. Good organizational and time management skills are needed. Experience in Medicated Assisted Treatment and working with children’s services clientele a plus.

Qualifications:  Must have Ohio License in Social Work or Counseling and Chemical Dependency licensure. Independent licensure is preferred.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Employment Success Program SAMI Assessor

Duties:  Full-time (40 hours/week) located in Butler County.   Position entails providing assessments, case management and maintaining a small therapy caseload. Primary focus of this position is reducing/eliminating barriers to employment and supporting clients’ pursuit in the dignity of work. Administrative duties include, entering records in EHR, and communicating regularly with referral source and providers regarding client’s follow through, assessment outcome, etc.  Clinical duties include, complete SUD/MH diagnostic assessments and accompanying documentation, forming treatment plans, providing comprehensive recommendations and participate in case-staffing, etc.  Work collaboratively with other agencies involved in client’s care.  Complete necessary documentation and paperwork according to CDC Mental Health standards.

Qualifications:  Master’s Degree in Counseling or Social Work and Ohio licensure required. Independent licensure is preferred. Experience assessing persons with a co-occurring mental health and substance use/abuse disorder(s), as well as trauma informed.   Experience with electronic health records preferred.

Send resume and cover letter to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Court Clinic

Case Manager – Alternative Interventions for Women

Duties:  Full-Time (40 hours per week M-F) – Facilitating treatment programming and providing case management services to adult women involved in the criminal justice system.  Effective communication skills, good record keeping abilities, knowledge of social service agencies, good team player, and good time management skills.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree and/or CDCA is preferred, but not required. Transportation and good driving record required as well as personal vehicle insurance for bodily injury/property damage liability. Experience working with clients who have Substance Use issues, Mental Health issues and involved with the criminal justice system.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Therapist – Alternative Interventions for Women

Duties:  Seeking a part-time (3 days-24 hours per week) licensed therapist to provide treatment for court-involved individual.  AIW is a day treatment facility providing services to women diagnosed with both mental health and substance use disorders.  AIW is a nationally recognized program that uses Trauma Informed and CBT models.  In addition to conducting individual and group treatment, the therapist will complete assessments and provide diagnoses for AIW clients as well as for clients required to complete other Court Clinic programs.  The preferred candidate will have strong written and verbal skills for providing reports to court and other third parties.  Strong interest in providing trauma-informed care and a willingness to work closely with court personnel is essential.

Qualifications:  Experience with co-occurring disorders is preferred.  All applicants should be comfortable working in a team-based model.  Applicant must have an Ohio license in Social Work or Counseling.  Independent license is preferred.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Case Manager – Alternative Interventions for Men

Duties:  Part-Time (32 hours per week) – Facilitating treatment programming and providing treatment services to adult men involved in the criminal justice system.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree is required in a human services or related field.  Transportation and good driving record required as well as personal vehicle insurance for bodily injury/property damage liability. Experience working with those with a history of AOD and/or MI individuals needing treatment services who are involved with the criminal justice system. A CDCA is preferred, but not required.

Send resume to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

MHAP

Triage Clinician

Mental Health Access Point (MHAP), a Division of Central Clinic Behavioral Health, is hiring a full-time Triage Clinician to oversee housing opportunities for individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness.  The Triage Clinician will collect clinical information, determine level of care, authorize to treatment facilities, and work in a multidisciplinary team to actively coordinate the ongoing care of authorized clients. This role requires weekly offsite case staffings with providers and clients, as well as daily collaboration in a fast paced team centered environment.  The Triage Clinician will manage crisis phone calls, provide resource information to community providers including case managers, conduct telephone assessments for Mental Health Probate Court, and coordinate Mental Health Probate Court hospital admissions as needed.

Requirements:  Relevant experience in assessing the symptoms and needs of persons with severe and persistent mental illness; Knowledge of community mental health services, working knowledge with persons with chemical dependency.  Hospital or case management experience is helpful.  Candidates will have basic computer skills and good communication skills, as well as a compassionate approach to working with others. This role requires an Ohio Licensure; either a Bachelors or Masters degree in Social Work, Counseling, or other related field.

Send resume and cover letter attention to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Peer Recovery Support Specialist – FAIR

Duties:  A Peer Recovery Support Specialist (PRSS) will work in the community with individuals who  have been assessed and are identified to need further treatment related to their substance abuse.  The PRSS will first develop competency in providing trauma informed and diversity aware advocacy.  The PRSS will work to engage in a relationship with consumers, encouraging hope and working towards achieving personal recovery goals.  The PRSS will model personal responsibility for recovery, and engage in individualized activities that promote recovery, well-being, and independence.

The measurable goal for the PRSS will be to ensure that the identified consumer is connected to a community resource in an empathetically facilitated way.  The PRSS will work to ensure the client maintains a connection with a provider while working towards their recovery.  The PRSS will collaborate with system partners, providers, child welfare staff, and other invested individuals.  They will utilize their shared life experience to identify barriers, develop natural support systems, and assist in crisis intervention as needed.

FAIR assesses approximately 80 clients per month, with 1/3 on average diagnosed with a substance use disorder.  The PRSS will work with approximately 20-25 clients per month, prioritizing individuals who are identified as experiencing symptomology related to an opiate use disorder, and/or who are the highest risk for overdose, relapse, and recidivism through the system.

Qualifications: In active recovery and maintenance. H. S. diploma or GED with case management experience providing community outreach and engagement with traditionally resistant populations.  Relevant knowledge of motivational interviewing, mental health and in recovery from substance abuse.   Knowledge of Hamilton County resources, Job and Family Services Children’s Services Division process/procedures, and ability to work with culturally diverse families.

Preferred Qualifications: In active recovery and maintenance. Bachelor’s Degree in related mental health field with significant case management experience providing community outreach and engagement with traditionally resistant populations. Relevant knowledge of motivational interviewing, mental health and in recovery from substance abuse. At least five years of case management experience, licensure in mental health, experience working within the child welfare system.

Send resume and cover letter attention to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Behavioral Health Assessment Specialist – FAIR

Duties: Completion of Behavioral Health assessments for adult and child consumers involved with the Hamilton County child welfare system. Must possess knowledge of  the DSM-5; ability to formulate treatment summaries and recommendations; knowledge of the Hamilton County public mental health, substance abuse, and child welfare system; the ability to interact sensitively with persons from diverse backgrounds; must be able to independently form sound, clinical-decisions to facilitate client’s immediate access to services (as appropriate); must possess organizational skills that allow for an effective response to deadlines, and a willingness to complete assessments in the community setting.

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or other mental health related field, and Ohio licensure.  Eligibility for independent licensure, plus prior child welfare experience or demonstrated knowledge of the child welfare system.  Experience in working with persons with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.

Preferred Qualification: Independent Licensure and/or Licensure/certification in chemical dependency.

Send resume and cover letter attention to: Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.

Adult Health Coach/Case Manager – Integrated Mental and Physical Health

Full-time position for Case Manager to work with adult clients who have mental health issues as well as at least one chronic medical condition.  This position is employed in the Central Clinic MHAP Keys to Health Project.

Duties: Provide direct case management services including: assessment, treatment/service planning, assistance with daily living, supportive services, crisis intervention, linkage/referral/advocacy, and health/wellness education and support. Work collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team involved in client’s psychiatric and physical healthcare needs.  Provide transportation of clients in personal vehicle, as necessary.

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in mental or physical health related field with experience in working with clients with severe mental and chronic physical illness. Transportation and good driving record required as well as personal vehicle insurance for bodily injury/property damage liability.

Preferred Qualifications:  Successful candidate will have Case Management experience with managing a caseload of severely mentally ill clients.

Send resume and cover letter to: MHAP C/O Lisa Steffen, Human Resources Director, 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45229, email Lisa.Steffen@uc.edu, or fax 513-558-3880.