JOB PURPOSE: Utilize your “people skills” and your social science knowledge in combination with extensive on the job training and clinical supervision to provide an array of crisis, care coordination, case management, assessment, recovery planning and skills training services to children, adolescents, adults or families. May participate in initial and ongoing assessments utilizing a “trauma informed care perspective” to identify prior experiences, needs, risks, barriers, goals, objectives, abilities, strengths, supports and preferences, and help facilitate the integration of this information into person and family centered, recovery, crisis, safety or referral plans. Based on these plans, may provide face to face case management and/or care coordination services including making and following up on referrals, identifying and overcoming barriers to accessing needed services and supports, and engaging or coordinating informal and professional supports in the recovery process. Utilizing approved curriculum, may provide psychosocial skills training for children, adolescents, adults and parents. Provides intervention services as determined by risk assessment and consumer needs. Uses all information obtained to guide changes to the recovery plan and refers to the most appropriate services as needed. Collaborates with other professionals as needed including mental health deputies, nurses, doctors, counselors and other health/social service/educational and criminal justice organizations. May conduct community outreach activities. Completes all documentation necessary to document services performed.