The Transition and Care Management (TCM) Program's Social Work Case Manager provides comprehensive social work service to Post 9/11 transitioning and established Service Members and Veterans (SM/Vs) and their families across the continuum of care and during the various phases of readjustment to civilian life. Duties of this position are, but not limited to: Uses the social work process (psychosocial assessment, diagnosis, and treatment) in collaboration with interdisciplinary team members to develop holistic case management plans and psychosocial interventions. Evaluates the need for mental health services and makes appropriate referrals for individual, group, marital and family treatment services. Sensitive to the ethnic and cultural diversity and age-specific challenges of the Post 9/11 population and adjusts intervention and treatment plans as appropriate. Participate in developing, planning, implementing and evaluating the ICP Checklist, including periodic updates. Upload patients' established case management contact plans into the Care Management Tracking Referral Application (CMTRA). Coordinate care with interdisciplinary team to promote continuity for Post 9/11 SM/Vs and their families. Researches, develops maintains and uses appropriate community resources. May serve on committees, work groups, and task forces at the facility, VISN, and/or VA Central Office levels. Keeps supervisor apprised of problems and recommended solutions to problems encountered in the incumbent's area of responsibility Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Internal Number: 598622800
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