Port Resources has an immediate opening for three LCSWs:
Clinician working with clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities - South Portland, Maine
Clinician working with elderly patients - South Portland, Maine
Clinician working with elderly patients - Bridgton & Fryeburg, Maine
Pay depending on experience.
To provide clinical services to children, adults and families and to be available to assist with the agency’s clinical needs; to coordinate services and provide services for the children and their families.
Must be LCSW, able to work with Section 21 waiver clients in a clinical setting.
Strong clinical understanding of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Understanding of childhood mental health issues and trauma.
Must be able to facilitate individual and group therapy.
Must be able to drive for the agency.
Maintain consumer relationships while ensuring their health, safety, and well-being; ensure a positive and supportive environment.
Be on-call for one weekend every (approximately) six weeks.
Regularly maintain and complete client paperwork, information and documentation, including, but not limited to: clinical progress notes, document all contacts and visits with family members, annual & quarterly ISP and/or treatment plans.
Maintain communication with client support systems: families, guardians/case worker, program staff, etc. in a timely manner.
Attend all required staff meetings.
Provide at least two hours per month of clinical supervision to the program staff.
Demonstrate knowledge of defined, evidence-based practices for co-occuring disorder treatment; employ diverse theories, models and intervention methods, including relapse preventions approaches.
Port Resources provides a competitive benefits package for employees:
Health & Dental Insurance
Medical Reimbursement Account/Health Savings Account
Paid vacation & time off
Employer paid Short-term/Long-term disability
Wellness & EAP programs
403(b) Retirement Package with employer match (after one year of employment)
Internal Number: 106-106
About Port Resources
Port Resources, a nonprofit organization based in South Portland with group homes across Southern Maine, supports people with developmental and behavioral health challenges, to live meaningful lives in their communities. Port Resources has been providing home healthcare services for more than 40 years and is one of the larger social service agencies in Maine. The organization works with adults who have a wide range of challenges, such as Autism, Down syndrome, Traumatic brain injuries and mental health diagnoses.