Certified Intentional Peer Support Specialist - Au
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Augusta, ME 04330
Certified Intentional Peer Support Specialist – Augusta
Catholic Charities Maine Behavioral Home Health has an on-call opening in Augusta for a Certified Intentional Peer Support Specialist. This person will be a member of the BHH team of professionals supporting people with severe and persistent mental illness. As a member of the team, this person coordinates and provides access to Peer Support Services, peer advocacy groups, and other peer-run or peer-centered services. Maintain updated information on area peer services and shall assist the member with identifying and developing natural support systems. CIPSS meet with clients in the office, clients’ residences, and the community, and may involve travel and meetings throughout Central Maine. He/she will be an individual who is receiving or has received services and supports related to the diagnosis of a mental illness, is in recovery from that illness, and who is willing to self-identify on this basis with BHH members. Shall have completed or will need to complete the Maine Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services curriculum for CIPSS and must receive and maintain that certification. Resumes will be accepted until filled.
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