Provide comprehensive and culturally responsive mental health and SUD services for youth experiencing first episode psychosis and their families. Provide consultation, supervision, leadership, training, management, crisis response, and support to clinicians who are part of Ryther’s First Episode Psychosis (FEP) program and outpatient team.
MAT SUD COUNSELOR
As part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team, you will provide case management, outreach, and crisis support to youth and young adults with Intellectual or Development Disabilities (I/DD) who are also experiencing homelessness or housing instability. Utilizing outreach and case management techniques, support clients in understanding and accessing appropriate treatment and resources to improve housing stability.
The I/DD Peer Partner utilizes their own experiences to deliver direct supportive services to youth referred to or receiving Intellectual or Development Disabilities (I/DD) or TYS services. The Peer Partner must have lived experience with either I/DD and/or housing instability (preferably both). The Peer Partner ensures that youth voice and choice is understood and utilized by other providers. Connects youth/families to supports and resources within their community, and engages youth and family in the treatment process. Advocates for youth/family needs within the team and community. Provides services in a variety of community locations.