Provide culturally responsive integrated substance abuse disorders and mental health assessments, treatment planning, case management, and counseling/therapy to families, couples and individuals of all ages. In addition, lead group therapy and psychoeducation sessions and participate in outreach and prevention efforts. Assist with the day-to-day operations of the Behavioral Health Program in the Oonalaska Wellness Center, based in Unalaska. Attend community meetings and activities with vital community partners (e.g., school, shelter, etc.). Adhered to professional ethics and mandated standards of practice including documentation requirements. Exemplary personal and professional conduct in the remote setting is expected. Hours of work are 7.5 hours per day, 5 days a week, with shared support of afterhours behavioral health crisis response.
SECONDARY FUNCTIONS: The functions below to be performed 100% of the time.
Driving automobile with and without loading and unloading;
Full use of both hands;
Full use of both legs;
Use of hands/arms for repetitive movement;
Good manual dexterity;
Good finger dexterity.