Relates own recovery process in a positive and supportive manner through coaching, role modeling and mentoring in order to establish or strengthen member’s recovery.
Assist members in articulating personal goals for recovery and works with the member and their treatment team to determine the steps needed to achieve these goals.
Provide support and rehabilitative services to achieve members’ goals through the use of one-to-one and group sessions on site and in the members’ residences.
Works with member to navigate and use community resources in an effective manner.
Acts as liaison between the member and the rest of the outpatient team.
Provides overall support to the site through member care, front desk support, and kitchen and facilities functions including basic cleaning to ensure a safe, clean environment at the site.
Provides support to members with basic living skills such as meal prep, and assistance with shower and laundry facilities as needed.
Transports members to and from appointments using an agency vehicle, as appropriate.
Ensures safety of member’s living environment (personal safety, food supply, utilities and appliances working, adequacy of furnishings, and lack of fire hazards).
Provides instruction in activities of daily living (nutrition, meal planning, shopping, and meal preparation; budgeting; home cleaning and organization; personal grooming and laundry).
Provides information on service options at RBHA and Health Plan direct contracted agencies and fulfills referral requirements when indicated.
Communicates with clinical team regarding members’ level of independent functioning and current levels of support provided.
Coordinates with Health Home and crisis system as needed to ensure effective service delivery.
Advocates for members, as needed, to ensure delivery of necessary services.
Completes documentation for behavioral health record in accordance with agency and funding source requirements.
Ensure compliance with and support of Executive directives, Agency contracts and established policies and procedures.
Promotes HOPE, Inc. as the premier peer support organization to the behavioral health community and prospective funding sources.
Performs other related duties in accordance with agency growth, departments, and changes.
At least 21 years of age
High School/GED + 2 years’ behavioral health experience or
Bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in a behavioral health field, and
Graduation from Peer Support training, required within one year of employment
Must identify as an individual with lived experience with mental health and/or substance use disorder, who has been successful in their recovery for the purpose of guiding others.
Demonstrate strong leadership and organizational skills
Ability to implement organization-wide activities (setting objectives, developing strategies, developing policies and procedures for programming, and organizing the functions necessary to accomplish the activities)
Valid Arizona Driver’s license, Driver’s license is an essential requirement for performing duties for this position with a Clean Motor Vehicle Record - no more than 2 moving violations or a license suspension in past 3 years.
Current 1st Aid and CPR certification
Proof of negative TB test results within the last year