In Georgia, when one of our friends, family members, neighbors or co-workers are having a mental health crisis, problems substance use or a crisis related to intellectual and developmental disability, they can turn to the free services provided by Behavioral Health Link.
Through our crisis contact center and mobile crisis teams, help is available 24/7, 365 days a year. We are the bridge connecting those in crisis and those who can help.
But the services we provide are only as strong as the people that provide them.
That’s why we’re always looking for team members who embody what Behavioral Health Link is all about.
A passion for helping people and their community.
A desire to positively impact someone’s life on a daily basis.
The determination to ensure individuals are connected to life-saving services.
If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you.
Whether you’re a caring and knowledgeable licensed clinician, a degreed paraprofessional, looking for an administrative position, or an internship.
At Behavioral Health Link you can fulfill both your professional and personal goals.
We offer competitive salaries and benefits and varied support opportunities from telephonic and online emotional support though text and chat working in our contact center or face-to-face support in the field as part of our blended mobile crisis response services.
So if you’re looking for an position where you can help your community and the crisis intervention services we provide are in line with your skills and experience, email us your resume.
Behavioral Health Link: Providing 24/7/365 integrated crisis and access services because A Crisis Has No Schedule
Contact Center Clinician (LAPC, LPC, LMSW, LCSW)
Screens, assesses, triages and provides telephonic crisis intervention/de-escalation to assist in crisis in identifying concerns with mental illness, developmental disabilities or substance abuse and collaboratively determining an immediate course of action. Utilizes assessment information and community resources to provide information and/or linkage and referral to services. Completes appropriate documentation in accordance with established policies and procedures. Provide crisis intervention services, screening and consultation.
- Master’s degree in behavioral health discipline with a valid license to practice in the state of Georgia as a LAPC, LPC, LMSW, or LCSW
- Board licensure required. If associate licensed, affidavit for supervision may be required
- Minimum of three (3) years direct behavioral health experience
- Knowledge of DSM V diagnosis, inpatient psychiatric treatment protocols, brief therapy and chemical intervention protocols and skills, medical models, and psychotropic medications.
- Familiarity with full range of treatment options and mental health service delivery systems.
- Telephone triage experience preferred, text and chat experience a plus
- Strong customer service skills
- Computer and typing proficiency (min 45wpm with 80% accuracy)
Mental Health / Behavioral Counselor