Terros Health is pleased to share an exciting and challenging opportunity for a Community Stabilization Specialist - Phoenix. Terros Health’s Community Stabilization Team provide behavioral health, prevention, education and crisis stabilization services. They serve children, adolescents, adults, senior adults and families as well as schools, neighborhoods, organizations and businesses by providing phone, walk-in and in-home crisis counseling to clients to facilitate immediate stabilization of emotions and behavior. The individual will need to be professional, friendly, a self-starter, organized, and compassionate.
Terros Health is a healthcare organization of caring people, guided by our core values of integrity, compassion and empowerment. For more than four decades, the heart of everything we do is inspiring change for life. We help people manage addiction and mental illness, provide primary medical care, restore families, support our veterans, and connect individuals to the care they need.
If you are interested in working for one of the State's Leading Healthcare Organizations that promotes Integrity, Compassion, and Empowerment, we encourage you to apply!
Terros Health Community Stabilization Team provide behavioral health, education and follow up services. CSS completes an in-person or telephonic post crisis clinical assessment and discusses the client’s progress in the community. The CSS assesses that the crisis is being resolved or coordinates with ongoing crisis providers as needed. CSS provide clinical peer based services that are designed to enhance the quality of recovery and also support connection to ongoing community based treatment.
GED/High school diploma with a minimum of 3 years of behavioral health (BH) experience, or an Associate degree in the BH field, or
Bachelor’s degree in BH field, or bachelor’s degree in non-behavioral health field with 1 year minimum of BH experience, or
Master’s degree or higher in behavioral health field.
Physical demands of this position are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.