Opportunities With Passages

Careers:

Thank you for your interest in working with Passages Family Support. The following positions are now currently open.

Please call 509.252.0856, or e-mail smaike@passagesfs.org if you have questions regarding any of these positions, or if you would like to see a complete job description.  

If you’re interested in applying, please start by sending a cover letter and resumé in the form below. Any attached documents must be in PDF format only. You can also send a cover letter and resumé to smaike@passagesfs.org 

 

Passages Family Support Intensive Residential Team Master’s Level Therapist 

Passages Family Support is recruiting for a Master’s Level Therapist. The Intensive
Residential Treatment (IRT) program was created by the Legislature to facilitate
the transition of individuals currently being treated in inpatient hospitals back
into their communities. The IRT will also serve as a resource to help divert civil commitments to inpatient care. Individuals discharged or diverted often need added support to be successful in their transition. The goal of these teams is
support individuals who still require added support. Teams will work with the individual and their facility to help support them in their in transition to the
community. The Therapist must have a Master’s degree in social sciences (MSW, MFT, Mental Health Counselor) with at least one year of experience serving intensive adults with mental health challenges. Previous experience working in
public mental health is desired. This position requires experience with adults with serious mental illness

Working with the Recovery Model of Care, the Intensive Adult Services (IAS) Clinical
Supervisor provides leadership and clinical supervision to IAS direct service staff including master level therapists, peer specialists, and care coordinators. Oversees day-to-day clinical operations of Passages’ IAS services, which includes the Substance Use Disorder Program, Peer Pathfinder, Peer Bridger, and the Intensive Residential Treatment Programs. Responsible for utilization management and clinical consultation to IAS staff. Provide backup to clients when their provider is not available and provide training in golden thread, clinical care, and completion of required electronic health record
documentation. As directed by the Clinical Director, function as the on-site MHP to respond to any emergent clinical situations that may occur on the Passages’ campus. Conduct initial clinical assessments for enrollees during times of heavy enrollment and provide support to enrollees in emergent or urgent situations when an assigned MHP is not available. Assure that the quality of clinical services is maintained by providing individual
supervision bi-weekly and all-staff supervision weekly. At the discretion of the CEO, provide licensing supervision to master’s level staff outside of the IAS program or provide practicum supervision to master’s level candidates. Responsible for training new IAS staff members and “on-boarding” as directed by the HR Director.
Requirements: Master’s in Social Work or Counseling and must be a DOH licensed
Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP) and LICSW or LMHC

Currently on HOLD. Passages Family Support will be recruiting for a creative, energetic Housing Specialist who can assist individuals experiencing behavioral health challenges to find permanent housing.

Passages is an outpatient mental health center in Spokane, WA and has an opening for a housing specialist. The position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both landlords and renters. It often requires networking and marketing to landlords. It involves working with the individual to identify the location, type of housing, and accommodation needs they might have. The employee will help locate, and advocate for the individual to obtain housing that they desire, not just what’s available.

The ideal candidate will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions.

Skills and qualifications include prior experience working with landlords and housing advocacy groups, ability to travel throughout Spokane County to visit houses, helping clients apply for housing, escorting clients to appointments with landlords, and documenting the individual’s progress in an electronic health record.

If you’re interested in this very rewarding career, please contact Passages Family Support HR Department at 509.252.0856 or send your resume to smaike@passagesfs.org.

Passages’ Employee Benefits:

Internships:

Passages Family Support offers internship opportunities at our office in Spokane, WA through partnerships with Eastern Washington University and Gonzaga.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume below.  You can also have your faculty field advisor contact us to discuss internship opportunities.

 

Volunteers:

We are always looking for volunteers to assist with our Recovery Through the Arts program.

To get more information about how you can help, please complete the form below.

Enrollee Advisory Council:

Do you like to share your opinion? Passages is now recruiting 3 adults, and 3 parents of enrolled children, to advise us on how our services could be better provided. 

Meetings will be held via Zoom, 3 times a year with Passages Executive Director, Becky Hammill. Participants will also receive a $25 gift card.  

The Passages’ Advisory Council is open to current enrollees and those who have discharged from services in the last six months.  If you would like to apply, please complete the “Enrollee Advisory Application” at the bottom of the page. 

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