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A bilingual clinical case manager is responsible for providing comprehensive case management services to individuals who require mental health or substance abuse treatment. They work with a diverse population, including individuals who speak different languages, to ensure they receive appropriate and effective care.
The primary duties and responsibilities of a bilingual clinical case manager may include:
1. Conducting initial assessments: The case manager meets with clients to assess their mental health or substance abuse needs, gather relevant information, and develop a treatment plan.
2. Developing and implementing treatment plans: Based on the assessment, the case manager creates a personalized treatment plan that addresses the client's specific needs and goals. They collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure the plan is comprehensive and effective.
3. Providing counseling and support: The case manager offers individual and group counseling sessions to clients, providing emotional support, guidance, and education on coping strategies and resources.
4. Coordinating care: They collaborate with healthcare providers, social workers, and other professionals to coordinate and monitor the client's treatment and progress. This may involve scheduling appointments, arranging referrals, and advocating for the client's needs.
5. Conducting regular follow-ups: The case manager maintains regular contact with clients to monitor their progress, address any concerns or barriers to treatment, and make necessary adjustments to the treatment plan.
6. Providing crisis intervention: In emergency situations or during a mental health crisis, the case manager provides immediate support and intervention to ensure the client's safety and well-being.
7. Documenting and maintaining records: They maintain accurate and up-to-date client records, including assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, and any other relevant documentation required by regulatory bodies or funding sources.
8. Cultural competency: Being bilingual, the case manager is able to effectively communicate with clients who speak different languages, ensuring they understand their treatment options and can actively participate in their care.
9. Advocacy: The case manager advocates for the rights and needs of their clients, ensuring they have access to appropriate resources, services, and support systems.
10. Continuing education: They stay updated on the latest research, treatment modalities, and best practices in the field of mental health and substance abuse to provide the highest quality care to their clients.
Overall, a bilingual clinical case manager plays a crucial role in supporting individuals with mental health or substance abuse issues, ensuring they receive culturally sensitive and effective care.
RN or LCSW
2 years as a Case manager LTC preferred
Must live 20 miles within Miami area