Position: Out-Patient Mental Health Therapist (LICSW, LGSW, LMFT, LAMFT, LPCC)
Type: Full Time
Location: Grand Rapids, MN

Our Mission at Northland Counseling Center, Inc. is to Promote Hope and Recovery through Mutual Respect, Trust & Empowerment.   At Northland Counseling Center Inc. we have a team of mental health professionals that specialize in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Hypnosis, EMDR, Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Play Therapy. We are currently seeking a full-time Clinician in our Grand Rapids, MN office!

At Northland Counseling Center, Inc. we offer a variety of services throughout Itasca County. Our team consists of the following services: Psychiatry, Out-Patient Mental Health, Mental Health-Targeted Case Management, Core Wellness Day Treatment Program, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS), Peer Support Services (PSS), Housing Services, Corporate Adult Foster Care, Kiesler Clubhouse, Mobile Crisis team, and Chemical Dependency services for adults and adolescents. We work collaboratively as a team to ensure our clients receive the best care possible.

Core Responsibilities Include:

  • Provide services that are consistent with Northland Counseling Center, Inc.’s Mission Statement: Promoting Hope and Recovery with Mutual Respect, Trust, and Empowerment.
  • Interested applicants may also inquire about the possibility of joining NCC’s Clinical Supervision Team
  • Build and maintain a full-time caseload
  • Actively refer, engage, and coordinate with ancillary services provided throughout Northland Counseling Center, Inc.
  • Design and implement treatment plans that focus on recovery
  • Complete Diagnostic Assessments and Progress Notes following documentation standards.   Diagnostic Assessments are to be completed within 10 days and Progress Notes are expected to be completed within 48 hours of service delivery
  • Maintain legible and organized patient electronic health records in accordance with policy and requirements of the State of Minnesota
  • Attend weekly clinical consultation with other providers and additional meetings as deemed necessary
  • Attend regularly scheduled supervision meetings in accordance with licensing board standards
  • Work collaboratively with all staff and programs at Northland Counseling Center, Inc. and its entities

Qualifications:

  • Staff must be a qualified Licensed Mental Health Professional as per Minnesota and Rule 29 regulations
  • Must pass DHS background study
  • Ability to work as a team in a positive and cooperative fashion
  • Must be proficient in the use of computers, specifically Microsoft Word and the use of email

Benefits:

  • Salary $45-$65,000 DOQ    
  • Collaboration with a progressive and growth-promoting team
  • Medical and Dental Insurance - HSA 
  • Paid Days Off (PDO) in addition to a flexible work schedule    
  • 403(B) Retirement Plan    
  • Optional Disability and Life Insurance    
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development

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Position: Psy. D or Ph.D, LP

Type: Full Time
Location: Grand Rapids, MN

Our Mission at Northland Counseling Center, Inc. is to Promote Hope and Recovery through Mutual Respect, Trust & Empowerment.   At Northland Counseling Center Inc. we have a team of mental health professionals that specialize in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Hypnosis, EMDR, Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Play Therapy. We are currently seeking a full-time Clinician in our Grand Rapids, MN office!

At Northland Counseling Center, Inc. we offer a variety of services throughout Itasca County. Our team consists of the following services: Psychiatry, Out-Patient Mental Health, Mental Health-Targeted Case Management, Core Wellness Day Treatment Program, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS), Peer Support Services (PSS), Housing Services, Corporate Adult Foster Care, Kiesler Clubhouse, Mobile Crisis team, and Chemical Dependency services for adults and adolescents. We work collaboratively as a team to ensure our clients receive the best care possible.

Core Responsibilities Include:

  • Provide services that are consistent with Northland Counseling Center, Inc.’s Mission Statement: Promoting Hope and Recovery with Mutual Respect, Trust, and Empowerment.
  • Build and maintain a full-time caseload
  • Interested applicants may also inquire about the possibility of joining NCC’s Clinical Supervision Team
  • Actively refer, engage, and coordinate with ancillary services provided throughout Northland Counseling Center, Inc.
  • Design and implement treatment plans that focus on recovery
  • Complete Diagnostic Assessments and Progress Notes following documentation standards.   Diagnostic Assessments are to be completed within 10 days and Progress Notes are expected to be completed within 48 hours of service delivery.
  • Maintain legible and organized patient electronic health records in accordance with policy and requirements of the State of Minnesota
  • Attend weekly clinical consultation with other providers and additional meetings as deemed necessary
  • Attend regularly scheduled supervision meetings in accordance with licensing board standards
  • Work collaboratively with all staff and programs at Northland Counseling Center, Inc. and its entities.

Qualifications:

  • Staff must be a qualified Licensed Mental Health Professional as per Minnesota and Rule 29 regulations
  • Must pass DHS background study
  • Ability to work as a team in a positive and cooperative fashion
  • Must be proficient in the use of computers, specifically Microsoft Word and the use of email

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary $50-$70,000 DOQ
  • Collaboration with a progressive and growth-promoting team
  • Medical & Dental insurance
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Paid Days Off (PDO) in addition to a flexible work schedule
  • 403(B) Retirement Plan
  • Optional Disability and Life Insurance
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development

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Community Residential Living Support Staff

Currently seeking part-time staff in our adult foster care home for adults with mental illness.  Shifts would include mornings/afternoons and at least 2 weekends per month.

Core Responsibilities Include:

  • Must work well as a team, have patience, a positive attitude, and enjoy working with people. 
  • Experience working with disabled individuals preferred but not necessary. 
  • Employment is contingent on passing a background check and current drivers license.  
  • Starting Pay is $10.00 per hour.

Please fill out an application at/or mail resume to NCC, 215 SE 2nd Ave. 
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 Online Employment Application

Northland Counseling Center Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employee.

Residential Intensive Support Services-Direct Support Staff

   Primary Function:

      • Assist in providing care and program services to persons served by Northland Counseling Center in a “farm like” country setting.

      • Educate, promote and facilitate independent living and social skills, recreational opportunities and work/volunteer participation.

      • This position is responsible for providing direct support and assistance to individuals in accordance with program policies and procedures, as well as personal outcome measures.
        Hours of Work:Part-time to Full-time. Flexible hours and a variety of shifts offered, including days, afternoons, evenings and overnights. Every other weekend will be required with most shifts.

         Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Provide supports to persons served by assisting in the development and implementation of all support plans and in the achievement of the goals and outcomes set forth, along with providing interaction and choices for activities that support a meaningful day.

    • Provide support, assistance and prompting of daily living activities, including bathing, chores, cooking, cleaning, laundry, transportation, appointment scheduling/management, monitor and assist with medications, medical conditions and special diet plans.

    • Participate in 1:1 interactions with residents as assigned and assist with treatment plans, program goals and behavior management.

    • Review of resident-specific plans, individual service recipient needs, positive support strategies and understanding of staff responsibilities toward their implementation.

    • Develop and maintain recreational program schedules and weekly meal plans.

    • Maintain open communication, professionalism and cooperative work effort with other staff, supervisors, managers and support team members.

    • Follow documentation, reporting and record keeping procedures.

    • Maintain clean, safe and orderly environments for all residents and staff.

    • Monitor and document behavior incidents and assist with information gathering.

    • Maintain and expand skills and knowledge relevant to providing high quality services.

    • Obtain all required certifications and trainings, as well as maintain knowledge of current 245D policies, procedures and topics.

    • Professional standards and boundaries in relation to residents, colleagues and the community.

    • Other duties, as assigned.
      Residential Intensive Support Services-Direct Support Staff
      Required Qualifications:
  • Must be 18 years of age, or older, and pass a criminal background study.

  • Possess good verbal and written communication in English, along with basic computer skills.

  • Ability and willingness to successfully complete and apply training.

  • Interest in assisting people to achieve personal outcomes and to provide person centered supports.

  • Willingness and ability to communicate with and relate to individuals, parents, guardians, fellow staff, representatives of community agencies and company management.

  • Ability to work effectively with others or independently, accept responsibility, be flexible with respect to hours of work and changing conditions, be of good moral character and be able to work in both structured and unstructured situations.

  • Valid Driver’s License and auto insurance with a reliable vehicle.

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Obtained a master's or other graduate degree in one of the behavioural sciences or related fields from an accredited college or university.

  • Bachelor's degree in one of the behavioural sciences or related fields and 2000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of clinical services in the treatment of mental illness

    OR

  • No degree and 6000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of clinical services in the treatment of mental illness.

    We require proof of this experience during the screening process.

     Please respond to this email with your interest by Friday Dec 2 to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in order to be considered for these new positions.

Tenant Service Coordinator

Classification:   Full-Time – Exempt Salaried Professional
Basic Functions: The positions primary role is to provide ARMHS and housing services in a comprehensive community based team approach to tenants at the Beacon Hill Apartment Complex.   It combines both the ability to be a Mental Health provider with a background in ARMHS services while being flexible to provide housing and housing support to individuals and families served.    The position requires a skills set that is competent in working with individuals with a serious or serious and persistent mental illness, and/or dual diagnosed, working with property management, understanding community resources and the ability to network. The position requires the ability to implement supportive service plans for tenants in the BLSS and PSH Apartments located at Beacon Hill extending into the complex as needed. 
Supervision: The position is under the direct supervision of the Tenant Service Supervisor working in conjunction with other housing staff and mental health providers. 
Tenant Service Coordinator Job duties include but are not limited to: 

Core Responsibilities Include:

  • Provide individualized comprehensive services to tenants assigned to and located at Beacon Hill
  • Monitor medications, working with the Medication Nurse for documentation of all medications provided to individuals served.
  • Complete concurrent documentation in Credible, MHIS, HMIS and other records.
  • Complete client centered plans assessing the individual needs of each individual and family served at Beacon Hill in a client centered approach for supportive services following fidelity and best practices standards.
  • Work directly with Itasca County Housing Redevelopment Authority (HRA) staff, and DWJ Property Management for tenant file review, yearly inspections, recertification’s and audits.
  • Act as a liaison for tenants in understanding MN Landlord/ Tenants rights and responsibilities with property management, and ICHRA.
  • Work with other community providers and agencies for networking and referral for services.
  • Document outcomes fort the state and federal government including but not limited to MN Housing Finance Agency and the Federal Homeless Management Information System.
  • Assist with the meal preparation and meal services provided to group residential tenants and guests.
  • Attend all meetings, complete all training and training requirements specific to the position.
  • Function as a contributing member of a multidisciplinary team providing housing and mental health services individually and/or in small group settings.
  • Completed Functional Assessments, Treatment Plans, Crisis Planning and intervention, provide instruction, teach, assist and supports adults with basic living and social skills including: community resources, crisis assistance, mental illness symptoms management, household management, and relapse prevention.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  •  Mental Health Practitioner Preferred
  • Bachelor's degree in the human service field and 2000 hours of supervised mental health work experience or 6000 hours of supervised mental health experience.
  • A background in MHIS, working with people who have been homeless and understanding MN tenant /landlord law is preferred. 
  • Starting salary, $39,000.00.

 Online Employment Application

Northland Counseling Center Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employee.


Skills Counselor

Our Mission at Northland Counseling Center, Inc. is to Promote Hope and Recovery through Mutual Respect, Trust & Empowerment.   Northland Counseling Center, Inc. is a team of mental health professionals that specialize in psychiatric evaluations, medication management, individual and family therapy. The Northland Counseling Center Community Support Program is a unique program which offer’s supportive, mental health recovery programs on a variety of levels. The Community Support Program includes, Home and Community Based Services- residential, Kielser Clubhouse, Targeted Mental Health Case Management, Crisis Services, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services, Northern Opportunity Works ( NOW), Core Wellness, and Housing Support.

The Community Support Program provides ARMHS, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services, certified by the Minnesota Department of Human Services for individuals who have a mental health diagnosis and are on a qualifying insurance program, such as Medical Assistance, IMCare, Medica. Northland Counseling Center offers customers the option to work with either male or female staff on an individual basis or in a group setting.

The purpose of the program is to help individuals who have a mental illness function independently in their homes or places of residence. Services are provided in four areas: Basic Living and Social Skills, Community Intervention, Medication Education and Transitioning to Community Living. Services are provided in the setting you choose, in the community, in your home, or in the office.

The ARMHS Mental Health Practitioner will provide community-based rehabilitative services to adult clients (ages 18+) with mental illness. Mental Health Practitioners maintain a caseload, build relationships with clients, and implement rehabilitative mental health services.

Core Responsibilities Include:

  • Assist clients in identifying goals for functional improvement and work with them to meet their goals
  • Design and implement treatment/intervention in-home reflective of client needs, following all Department of Human Services related standards.
  • Maintain organized patient electronic health records in accordance with policy of the company and requirements of the State of Minnesota. Concurrent documentation is practiced.
  • Attend regularly scheduled staff and training meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

In order to be considered for this position, you must be qualified in one of the following ways:
  • Obtained a master's or other graduate degree in one of the behavioral sciences or related fields from an accredited college or university
  • Bachelor's degree in one of the behavioral sciences or related fields and 2,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of clinical services in the treatment of mental illness or children with emotional disturbances. We require proof of this experience during the screening process
  • Ability to work independently
  • Valid Driver’s License/ Auto Insurance/ Reliable Vehicle
  • Proficient in the use of computers, comfortable utilizing electronic documentation concurrently

Benefits:

  • Medical & Dental insurance with generous employer contribution
  • Opportunities for professional growth and career advancement
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for applicable medical and dependent care expenses
  • Paid Time Off (PDO) in addition to a flexible work schedule
  • 403 B Retirement Plan
  • Starting salary, $34,000.00 - $38,000.00.

Send resume to Northland Counseling Center Karolyn Teeters, 313.1121
215 SE 2nd Ave, Grand Rapids MN 55744    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.