Provide a broad and variable range of client intake duties for the clinical unit of Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis. Assist administrators in the completion of ongoing work or projects. Tasks typically include the following: client/caregiver interaction; interfacing with legal custodians for service coordination; working with multi-disciplinary staff; accommodating scheduling needs for varied grants and services; training and supervising intake staff and students; facilitating area-wide coalition of child mental health service coordinators; and correspondence and document preparation.
Complete telephone intakes with legal custodians of referred clients in order to determine if the client is appropriate for services at CASGSL
Respond to client needs, crises, and emergencies (utilizing clinical consultation as appropriate)
Secure appropriate consent forms and releases for clients in Children's Division custody
Obtain information from clients, including the presenting problem, in order to complete intakeprocess and/or or to refer to other community services
Maintain high level of confidentiality of client information
Understand inclusion and exclusion criteria for the various programs offered by CASGSL, and assign clients to appropriate funding sources
Schedule, confirm and maintain records of initial client appointments for clinicians
Maintain the client waitlist and schedule those clients as availability allows
Train, oversee, and supervise intake staff members and students
Manage data within electronic health record system
Perform community outreach to educate stakeholders about CASGSL
Liaise with intake managers at other agencies to promote a coordinated service system
Perform other duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary and appropriate by manager of clinical services
An Associate's degree in related/ relevant area or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 1 year of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary
Master's degree in social work or counseling from an accredited program or equivalent relevant experience
Must be eligible to be licensed as a LMSW or a PLPC within the state of Missouri
Minimum of 2+ years of work experience with children, adolescents, and families
Must possess good interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
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