Supervisor - Residential Rehabilitation -P/LMHP

Contributes to the mission and operations of the organization by leading rehabilitation teams which create supportive homes for adults with mental illness while preparing them to live more independently.

 

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SOAR Benefit Specialist

 

The SOAR Benefit Specialist is involved with outreach, completion of SSI/SSDI applications and facilitation of services for project participants who experience serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders.

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Residential Rehabilitation Specialist I (11 pm - 7 am)

Serves as a member of a rehabilitation team within a group residence and contributes to the mission of the organization by creating a supportive home for adults with mental illness while preparing them to live more independently.

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Peer Support Specialist

The Peer Support Specialist works under the direction and supervision of the Peer Support Supervisor and program-specific Division Manager and as part of a collaborative team, contributing his/her lived experience, perspective, knowledge, and skills to the rehabilitative and recovery process.

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Lead Medical Clinician (Physician or Nurse Practitioner)

Be a part of growing and shaping an innovative and growing integrated health model for individuals with mental illness.

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Homeless Services Specialist - Transition

Serves as a member of a team providing direct assistance to adults with mental illness who are homeless. A person in this position continues the work of the outreach staff who have begun to prepare individuals for living in the housing situation of their choice.

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Health and Wellness Coordinator

The Health and Wellness Coordinator is a member of Community Alliance’s Integrated Health team and will take a leadership role in the initiation, development, coordination and provision of a full range of health and wellness activities relevant to the needs and interests of persons served.

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Community Support Specialist I

The successful candidate will contribute to the mission of Community Alliance by helping adults with mental illness to live and function independently and successfully within the community.

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Behavioral Health RN (ACT Program)

Contributes to the mission of the organization by serving as a member of an inter-disciplinary team comprised of psychiatric, nursing, clinical, rehabilitative, vocational and peer support professionals who provide highly integrated and holistic services designed to promote personal recovery, skill development, individual responsibility, and community stability for persons with serious mental illness and co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders.

 

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ACT Team Member-Vocational Specialist

Contributes to the mission of the organization by serving as a member of an inter-disciplinary team comprised of psychiatric, nursing, clinical, rehabilitative, and peer support professionals who provide highly integrated and holistic services designed to promote personal recovery, skill development, individual responsibility, and community stability for persons with serious mental illness, including individuals with co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders.

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Community Alliance
4001 Leavenworth St.
Omaha, Nebraska 68105

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