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Sulphur Springs
United States of America
Social Services and Non-Profit



 Receives and processes all local probation referrals from the Probation Department in Hopkins County for Hopkins, Delta, and Franklin Counties. Performs assessments, assists in gathering information for diagnostic purposes, and treatment planning for all probation referrals from Hopkins County probation that meet criteria for services.  Provides Skills Training/Psychosocial Rehabilitative Training, routine case management, collateral meetings, interdisciplinary team meetings, and crisis interventions during hours and after hours as well as extensive linking within the community for these clients. Ensures that all new clients complete Benefit Eligibility, Medical and Medication services within TCOOMMI set guidelines. Will maintain a caseload of 20 to 25 Intensive Case Management clients and will ensure each of them has a minimum of 3.5 hours of direct service each month. Will maintain a caseload for 90 days of any COC referrals for Hopkins, Delta, and Franklin Counties. Maintains bi-weekly contacts with probation officers and provides input on modifications of conditions of probation, joint staffings/IDT’s of mutual offenders/clients. Coordinates monthly contact with probation officers regarding COC clients on new conditions, IDT’s, sanctions, or motions to revoke in order to explore all possible alternatives to incarceration.  Compiles and completes all data related to Intensive Case Management and COC adult services for Delta, Hopkins, and Franklin Counties, and submits them for review by the 3rd working day of the month.  Participates on after hours crisis rotation.  

This position will work out of the Sulphur Springs office.

Salary: $17.12/hourly

Minimum Requirements


Minimum Qualifications:  Requires a Bachelor’s degree in counseling, social work, or psychology, or other qualified social, behavioral, or human service field.  Must have a valid Texas driver’s license. Per TCOOMMI Program guidelines, case managers must have experience in community mental health. This is not an entry-level position and requires at least 2 years of mental health experience.