Jun 20, 2022

RYSE Above (SUPT) Clinician

  • Stanford Sierra Youth & Families
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • $62,400 - $65,880 yearly
Full time Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description




The Clinician I provides community based, comprehensive, strength-based, culturally competent, trauma informed, flexible, effective, quality substance abuse prevention and treatment services and supports to eligible at-risk children, youth, and families. The Clinician provides services in accordance with County SUPT and Family Centered Practice principles, including family voice and choice provided in collaboration with those individuals and agencies involved with the child or youth. Supports the Mission, Vision, and Values of the agency.



Education & Experience

·Master’s Degree in a behavioral health or social sciences related field 

·Current registration with California Board of Behavioral Sciences required as an ACSW, AMFT, or APCC

·1 year of experience providing substance abuse prevention and treatment services to youth (ages 12-20) and their families/caregiver


Skills & Requirements

·Prepared to work independently with flexible hours that may include evenings, weekend and holidays

·Proven documentation skills and intermediate level computer skills including all MS Office programs

·Adhere to all confidentiality requirements

·Bilingual preferred

·Verbal and written ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, community partners, consumers and all levels of management

·Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects and assignments effectively

·Ability to work cooperatively in a team environment within program/department and agency wide

Ability to work in a mobile, fast paced environment

·Ability to use a laptop computer

·Fulfillment of TB test, background check clearance, and any other mandatory State/Federal requirements

·Valid California driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, can maintain a driving record acceptable to the agency’s insurance carrier, if applicable to position

·Must provide and operate a registered, properly insured automobile, if applicable to position



Position Specific

·Provides comprehensive, strength-based, culturally competent, flexible, effective, quality substance use prevention and treatment services to eligible at-risk children, youth, and families

·Provides services to assigned youth (ages 12-20) and their families/caregivers in the home, office, school, or other community based settings. May utilize telehealth per current agency guidelines.

·Able to provide or arrange for safe transportation for youth and families to services as needed

·Possesses specific cultural competence to work with and outreach to culturally diverse populations and communities

·Ensures all clinical records are current and accurate, meeting organization and County timelines for submission

·Provides and documents all Drug Medi-Cal eligible services provided, including but not limited to assessment, plan development, safety planning, individual therapy, family therapy, group sessions, case management, crisis intervention, and relapse prevention  

·Completes Screenings, Intake, Assessment, and Discharge packets for assigned youth, meeting expected timelines

·Accurately documents all billable and non-billable services provided, meeting expected timelines

·Provides referrals and resources to children, adults and families, and acts as a liaison between youth (ages 12-20) and their family/caregiver, assigned treatment team and external organizations

·Utilizes identified substance use prevention and treatment models.

·Ensures every assigned youth has an individualized safety plan that maximizes the use of natural supports and community based resources

·Participates in the agency 24 hour family support on-call rotation

·Participates in utilization, accreditation, peer review process as assigned

·Works collaboratively with all internal programs, departments, and staff

·Maintains positive relationships with system partners, families and providers

·Responsible for meeting all outcomes as documented in Employee Development Plan

·Attends all staff meetings, clinical Supervision, and consultation meetings as scheduled

·Coordinate psychiatric services with assigned youth and family/caregivers, as needed

·Participates in clinical supervision per BBS and County contract requirements

·Coordinates with other services provided under the Drug Medi-Cal model, acting in collaboration with other partners and ensuring documentation reflects standards that meet or surpass the agency, state and federal Drug Medi-Cal/Medicaid standards