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Texoma Community Center

Continuity of Care Specialist



Job Description
Qualifications:
Education and/or Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology meeting criteria for Qualified Mental Health Professional required
• Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology preferred
• Experience working with individuals with mental illness and/ or addiction issues preferred
• Local Travel required

Certificates, Licensure, Registrations:
• Current driver’s license and vehicle for use at work

Position Summary:
The primary function of this position is to provide continuity of care patient, impact monitoring and service assessment provision and monitoring. Provides assessment, diagnostic impression and brief interventive treatment to clients of all ages with behavioral health issues who have been admitted by TCC and/or discharged from psychiatric hospitals to TCC’s catchment area. Implement and process referrals for TCC and other community services while also working closely with other team members to monitor data and activities related to 1115 Waiver, PPB and CCBHC requirements in accordance with the philosophy, goals and objectives of Texoma Community Center.
Daily monitoring and data entry into the CARE system is required, along with daily required reporting to be submitted to HHSC as outlined in the PPB contract. Starting wage between $14.71 - $17.78.









About Texoma Community Center
From crisis intervention to early childhood development assessments, Texoma Community Center in Cooke, Fannin, and Grayson counties offers a wide array of mental health services for adults, adolescents, and children. Thank you for your interest in Texoma Community Center.

All potential applicants must pass reference and background checks and a drug screen




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