The Therapist is responsible for providing therapy services to clients and managing clients’ charts in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 24 guidelines, NASW Code of Ethics, and the policies established by the agency.
This person will work in conjunction with the Manager and Activity Coordinator to provide support services and serve as a consumer advocate as well as help with developing and coordinating Friendship House programs and activities for the development and recovery of members, and will role model competency in recovery and ongoing coping skills.
The Nurse Manager is responsible for performing a variety of duties to ensure provision of quality nursing care to Assessment & Stabilization Center patients. The Nurse Manager will be responsible for ensuring compliance with all operating policies and procedures, daily communication with the ASC Director and for ensuring performance of all nursing duties as required and assigned to nursing staff.
Responsible for the overall supervision and operational integrity of the SRR Assessment & Stabilization Center to include collaborating with other members of the management team to ensure the program is performing to optimal levels.
The Midlevel Provider is responsible for providing a full range of primary mental health services to patients, with a focus on promotion of optimal mental health, prevention and treatment of psychiatric disorders, including medication management of the treatment. Practice within licensed scope of practice with supervision/collaboration with medical director, in conjunction with other team members.
The Clinic Physician is responsible for providing a full range of primary mental health services to patients, with a focus on promotion of optimal mental health, prevention and treatment of psychiatric disorders, including medication management of the treatment. Duties include collaboration with medication management staff, including PA-Cs, ARNPs, nursing staff and contract physicians.
Responsible for the coordination of medical, nursing and program services for an acute residential program serving persons with mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring disabilities. The Crisis Nurse is responsible for the initial interview and/or assessment of the clients when they are in crisis to assure stabilization; will also interpret medical information, make decisions about possible admissions and assist or administer medications.
Responsible for providing supervision, crisis planning, resources, medication management, and general support for clients with severe and persistent mental illnesses who have been referred to our programs and facility.