Transitional Services for New York, Inc., not-for profit, is a comprehensive, community-based mental health organization located in New York City. We provide a continuum of rehabilitative services to enrich the lives of those recovering from mental illness and facilitate their transition to increased levels of independence. Transitional Services for New York, Inc. envisions broadening its rehabilitative services and becoming a regional social service provider. Transitional Services for New York Staff will deliver effective programs with compassion, integrity, and professionalism. We expect all staff to put our clients’ needs first while respecting ourselves and each other as we provide hope to those who participate in our programs.
We are currently looking for a Care Coordinator to join our Behavior Health Care Coordination (BHCC) program located in Queens, NY.
The Care Coordinator provides a variety of health home services to ensure that all of the individual’s physical, mental, and health needs are addressed in a comprehensive manner. The Care Coordinator assists and provides clients with the access to services needed to assure that the client’s well being.
Care Coordinator: $20.87 Per Hour
Monday – Friday
Non-Exempt / OT Eligible Position
Health, Dental, Vision, Pension, Paid PTO and Vacation time
- Provide outreach and engage services to individuals in BHCC.
- Work with individuals in creating recipient-centered and strength-based plans of care.
- Assist individuals in following their plan of care.
- Help individuals in managing their plan of care by assessing appropriate services in the various systems of care.
- Monitor and evaluate individuals’ needs.
- Coordinate and arrange for the provision of services to individuals.
- Facilitate communication across health care providers.
- Access resources which are essential to individuals and their recovery.
- Promote evidence-based wellness and prevention by linking individuals with resources for smoking cessation, diabetes, asthma, hypertension, self-help recovery resources and other services based on their individualized needs and preferences.
- Participate in all phases of care transition, including discharge planning and follow-up to assure that hospitalized individuals received follow-up care and services and re-engagement of those who have become lost to care.
- Utilize peer support, support groups and self-care programs to increase individuals’ and collaterals’ knowledge about the individuals’ diseases and disabilities.
- Refer individuals to community and social support services.
- Carry out all AOT court-mandated and voluntary agreement responsibilities. Complete all assessments and other required documentation in a timely manner.
Salary corresponds to education and experience:
Master’s degree in a Health and Human Services area and two years’ experience providing direct care services OR a Bachelor’s degree and five years providing direct care services OR exemplary performance as a Care Coordinator I or Peer Care Coordinator.
** TSINY is an Equal Opportunity Employer