This position will function as a social worker within the Behavioral Health Unit, specifically providing case management services for the Meth Diversion Program and crisis follow up as statutorily required under Chapter 34. Duties further include work with Chapter 51 involving individuals with chronic mental health concerns and providing them with ongoing services. The position would provide the ongoing, court ordered case management for Meth Diversion participants (as funded through the TAD grant) as well as next day follow up to those individuals seeking services through the 24 mental health crisis line. Meth Diversion participants are provided intensive case management and oversight as they are kept in a community based setting while seeking AODA services. Crisis follow up services are not only statutorily required, they can also provide community based services and referral information with goals of keeping individuals in the community versus more restrictive settings. Additionally, this position may provide Comprehensive Community Service (CCS) Facilitation services as per Wisconsin Administrative Code DHS 36 as part of the ongoing caseload.
This position will include being part of the evening mobile crisis response rotation that will require after hours intake one week, every 5-7 weeks, from 4PM-12PM.