Community Transition Spec in Rocky Hill, CT at Beacon Health Options

Date Posted: 7/23/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The Intensive Care Coordinator/Community Transition Specialist provides individual and family support to ensure members are connected to community services, resources and the necessary care coordination.  Also responsible for promoting clear communication among a care team and treating clinicians to support the members and families.  Coordinates member-specific care plans within the network of care. Works collaboratively with ICC staff, families, consumers, Community Collaborative members, stakeholders and providers to assure the appropriate services are available to designated members. The goal of the Care Coordinator is to achieve the greatest possible independence and quality of life by assessing individual needs and facilitating access to appropriate community services and supports.

Position Responsibilities:

  1. Provide telephonic and face-to-face support to members and families to offer care coordination, support and information.  Assist members who may need help navigating the system, locating non-traditional supports, and learning about self-advocacy skills.
  2. Participate in training of state-of-the art wraparound and care planning techniques in managing service delivery with objective, standardized outcome measures.
  3. Maintain fidelity to the wraparound model in all activities.
  4. Attend local Community Collaborative meetings to support the cross-system of care development.
  5. Participate in Local Area Team care management system to enhance member/family treatment by identifying resources, enhancing access to care, and identifying barriers to care and gaps in service. Able to facilitate child family team and develop individualized plans of care for assigned individuals.
  6. Handle referrals and contacts with culturally relevant organizations and individuals to establish and maintain adequate community supports.
  7. Provide a full array of services, including services that guide the course of member treatment through various levels of care. Including, but not limited to the following: Intake appointment scheduling, review of treatment history, arrange and attend case coordination meetings with members/families, DCF social workers, and treatment providers to assure that appropriate issues are being addressed in treatment and, when appropriate, contact to acute service providers to participate in treatment and discharge planning with the member and provider.
  8. Work closely with the Network of Care Managers and Peer Staff to coordinate services within the community-based Network of care. 
  9. Collaborate with the Department of Children and Families, Department of Developmental Services, Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, and the Department of Social Services as necessary to support members and families.
  10. Build, develop and maintain a positive and collaborative relationship with providers and support organizations by establishing a local presence and by attending meetings.
  11. Outreach to and work with family and individual advocacy groups across the state
  12. Identify network and community-based needs and resources in Connecticut.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Interpersonal communication
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Microsoft Office products

Beacon Health Options  is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer as well as a Drug Free and Tobacco Free Work Environment. EOE/AA/M/F/Veterans/Disabled

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