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Texoma Community Center

Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Recovery Manager



Job Description
Education and/or Experience:
• Master’s Degree in Human Services or related field with two (2) years’ Human Services experience

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

Position Summary:
Provides recovery management services to individuals with severe mental illness (SMI) strictly adhering to the HCBS model as outlined in the HCBS Provider Manual and other HHSC guidelines. RM will provide recovery management at an intensive level, three contacts per week, for the first three months of an individual’s participation in the program and complete IRP’s according to the individual’s current needs and desire, including assisting individual’s in selecting a provider agency outside of the LMHA if applicable. RM will monitor the health, welfare and safety of individuals enrolled in HCBS through regular contacts, and respond to emergency/crisis situations as appropriate. Advocacy within TCC and in the community for all individuals assigned to HCBS services is critical to this role, as well as programs and activities which promote independence and community integration. RM will coordinate with referring entity (State Hospital Staff, LMHA) to assess client needs and continuity of care. RM will maintain and ensure that staff development and training meet the required standard set forth by TCC and HHSC. Starting wage between $40,000 to $42,000.








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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