West Central Behavioral Health
Child Case Manager
At West Central our mission is to ensure access to advanced counseling, treatment, and support for people of all ages—regardless of their ability to pay. Since 1977, we have been a grassroots network of locally-focused professionals dedicated to improving the lives of our clients and community. That includes children— children who need case managers—no— great case managers— case managers with a working passion—a person like you.
At West Central Behavioral Health our dedicated Child Case Managers are changing the lives of children in our New England community’s every day. By making the decision to join our established team in Claremont you will too! Come be part of a rewarding effort in helping children and their families living with mental illness. As a Child Case Manager you will be providing “home-based” treatment and “community-based” services through: case management, skills training, psycho-education, and assisting clients to access needed medical, social, educational, and other local support networks.
Now that’s something to wake-up and feel passionate about.
- Bachelor’s Degree (Preferred); or
- Associate’s Degree in Social Work, Rehabilitation, Psychology, Education or related Human Services field with 2 years working with person(s) who have severe mental disability or understanding of mental illness acquired through provision of support to family members with mental illness
- Previous experience working with children, preferably in a community mental health environment
- Case management experience (desired)
- Valid driver’s license, plus reliable and insured vehicle
West Central offers a generous benefit package including medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, 403b retirement plan with employer matching, tuition reimbursement, local discounts, paid holidays and paid time off!
For over forty years, West Central Behavioral Health, a community mental health organization, has dedicated itself to “…promote, preserve and strengthen the mental health and quality of life in our community.” To accomplish this, West Central has assembled a team of talented professionals. Working together toward a common goal, our staff served nearly 2,700 children, adolescents and adults last year.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employe