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Bilingual Chinese Case Manager

Are you excited about helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities experience personal growth and development, enjoy meaningful relationships, safely live, and fully participate in communities and activities they choose? We are too!

Multnomah County Department of County Human Services invites applications for a Case Manager 2 position that requires proficiency (speak, read, write) in Cantonese or Mandarin Chinese. This position in the Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Services Division will be working primarily with children ages 0-15.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Provide services to clients which could include eligibility assessment and intake for Oregon Supplemental Income Program (OSIPM), General Assistance, and Medicare

  • Assess client needs and risk status through home visits, phone calls, and connecting them with resources

  • Develop comprehensive, client-centered care plans

  • Paperwork, paperwork, and more paperwork! Plus quite a bit of data entry

Successful case managers have:

  • Ability to promote a culture of respect, inclusiveness, and appreciation of diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and values

  • Knowledge of principles and practices of case management for people impacted by intellectual and/or developmental disabilities

  • Ability to stay on top of the clerical duties so the client work stays up to date

  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize

  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills

  • Commitment to delivering person-centered care

  • Comfort and competence with using standard technology

For more info and to apply:


Are you a mental health clinician or therapist who is looking for a different direction in your career? If so, we may just have just the match you’re looking for!

We’re currently recruiting for the position of Quality Improvement Coordinator 2. This position will allow you to use your clinical knowledge and skills in auditing clinical records, training staff in clinical documentation best practices, analyzing data, and in investigating complaints. And while this position has no direct client contact, it is vitally important to our Agency in ensuring that our clients receive the best service possible!

Community behavioral health agencies sometimes get a bad rap! Yes, we’ve heard the stories. Don’t believe ‘em. Instead, come check us out for yourself! Community agencies are often the only source of treatment for people who have limited resources and, as such, agencies like ours are vitally important to the health of our rural communities. You’ll work with some really amazing colleagues and you’ll be able to maintain a regular, dependable schedule. And, since we’re rural but not inaccessible, it’s easy to zip over to Portland when you want to enjoy some city fun. But sitting in traffic for hours won’t be a part of your daily routine, and you’ll get to live in one of the most beautiful places anywhere!

The Agency: MCCFL is a quasi-governmental agency that provides behavioral health services within three counties in north-central Oregon – Hood River, Wasco and Sherman. We employ a recovery-oriented and trauma-informed approach in the services we provide to adults, children and families. MCCFL has adopted the Sanctuary Model throughout the Agency; Sanctuary informs both MCCFL’s employee relations and its communications. MCCFL was recently designated a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) as part of a two-year demonstration program. This program is part of a comprehensive effort to integrate behavioral health with physical health care, and it has the opportunity to dramatically improve healthcare in our communities.

The Job: This position is based in The Dalles and works as a member of our Quality Improvement Team. It provides primary staff consultation and training specific to clinical documentation, and it liaises with the MIS team to improve Electronic Health Record (EHR) system utilization and performance. It may also investigate complaints specific to our clinical services, as assigned.

Desired Attributes: Upon hire you’ll need to certify as a QMHP in the State of Oregon, so you’ll need that Master’s diploma! MCCFL seeks master’s-prepared applicants who possess a strong clinical documentation skill set as well as an eye for detail. You should also have great professional communication skills tempered by well-tuned emotional intelligence and a sense of humor. (See the full job announcement on the employment page of our website for all position requirements and essential functions.)

Compensation Package: MCCFL offers a 37.5 hour workweek and a generous public-employee benefit package that includes Oregon PERS, liberal vacation and sick leave accruals, and great holiday benefits. We offer a bonus for active Oregon LCSW or LPC licensure (one-time 3% bonus awarded after completion of the trial service period). The 5-step salary range is $4,515 - $5,488 per month; most applicants are hired at step one or step two of that range.

Application Process: Please see the full job announcement at There you’ll find a link to our employment application and all the information you need. (Yep, an application is required!) Applications are being reviewed on an ongoing basis until the position is filled. We can’t wait to hear from you!


Social Worker – Care Services Coordinator

The ALS Association OR & SW Washington Chapter is seeking Social Worker to join our team to support people and families living with ALS. Position provides care management, education and advocacy to families in the Portland, NW Oregon, SW Washington region. Experience with progressive disability, physical rehab, home health and end-of-life care helpful. This position requires local travel and working directly with people with ALS and their families in the community and in partnership with ALS specialty care clinics. CSWA, LMSW, or LCSW required.

For more information:

Resume and cover letter by email to:

Licensed Clinical Social Worker—Roseburg, OR

Amedisys Home Health and Hospice
Roseburg, OR

Apply here:

  • Master’s degree from a school of Social Work, accredited by the Council on Social Work education

  • A current and unencumbered license to practice as a Social Worker in a health care setting

  • 1 year of Social Work experience in a healthcare setting

Amedisys cares for our team members with the same commitment we have to our patients. This is reflected in the benefits we provide and the opportunities we make available to our team. Benefits for eligible employees include:

  • Paid time off/Holidays

  • Health benefits (medical, dental, vision) health spending account

  • 401 (K) plan, employee stock purchase plan available

  • Continuing education

  • Fleet car for eligible employees

For more information contact:
Suzanne K Saunders
Amedisys Inc.
3854 American Way, Suite A
Office: 844-272-7266

Behavioral Health Consultant (LCSW) – Salem, Oregon

Salem Clinic is accepting applications for a Behavioral Health Consultant!
Please visit our “careers” page at .
Questions? Call 503-375-7417.

The behavioral health consultant is a core member of the collaborative care team, including the patient’s medical provider, mental health consultants, as well as the larger primary care team, and the Comprehensive Care Coordination Department. The behavioral health consultant is responsible for providing direct patient care, supporting and coordinating the mental and physical health care of referred patients with the patient’s medical provider, and when appropriate, mental health providers.
Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
 Master’s degree in Social Work. Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
 Demonstrated ability to collaborate and communicate effectively in a team setting.
 Ability to maintain effective and professional relationships with patient and other members of the care team.
 Experience with screening for common mental health and/or substance abuse disorders.
 Working knowledge of differential diagnosis of common mental health and/or substance abuse disorders.
 Experience with assessment and treatment planning for common mental health and/or substance use disorders.
 Ability to effectively engage patients in a therapeutic relationship.
 Ability to work with patients by telephone as well as in person.
 Working knowledge of evidence-based psychosocial treatments and brief behavioral interventions for common mental health disorders, when appropriate (e.g., motivational interviewing, problem-solving treatment, behavioral activation).
 Basic knowledge of psychopharmacology for common mental health disorders.
 Experience with evidence-based counseling techniques.
 Ability to utilize computer programs for patient care (Epic, SC Fox, Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and access information from the internet.

Essential Functions:
 Closely coordinate care with the patient’s primary care provider (PCP) and, when appropriate, other mental health providers. The position is an extension of the PCP’s care and coordination of their patient’s health care needs.
 Support the mental and physical health care of assigned and referred patients.
 Screen and assess patients for common mental health and substance abuse disorders. Facilitate patient engagement and follow-up care.
 Provide patient education about common mental health and substance abuse disorders and the available treatment options.
 Provide brief behavioral interventions using evidence-based techniques such as behavioral activation, problem-solving treatment, motivational interviewing, or other treatments as appropriate.
 Participate in consultations with mental health consultants and communicate resulting treatment recommendations to the patient’s medical provider.
 Systematically track treatment response and monitor patients (in person or by telephone) for changes in clinical symptoms and treatment side effects or complications.
 Support mental health medication management as prescribed by medical providers, focusing on treatment adherence monitoring, side effects, and effectiveness of treatment.
 Facilitate outside referrals to evidence-based psychosocial treatments (e.g. problem- solving treatment or behavioral activation) as clinically indicated.
 Track patient follow up and clinical outcomes in the EHR. Document in-person and telephone encounters in the EHR.
 Document patient progress and treatment recommendations in EHR and other required systems so as to be shared with medical providers, mental health consultants, and other treating providers.
 Facilitate treatment plan changes for patients who are not improving as expected in consultation with the medical provider and mental health consultants and who may need more intensive or more specialized mental health care.
 Facilitate referrals for clinically indicated services outside of the organization (e.g., social services such as housing assistance, vocational rehabilitation, mental health specialty care, substance abuse treatment).
 Develop and complete relapse prevention self-management plan with patients who have achieved their treatment goals and are soon to be discharged from the caseload.
 Provides regular feedback and updates to the primary care team on treatment findings and progress through written and verbal communication.
 Other duties as assigned. Duties and responsibilities may change.

Northwest Social Workers Networking Contacts

Aging / End of Life Social Workers Network contact Janet at (503) 452-8420

Rural Social Workers Network contact Maja at (208) 315-2797

Legislative Advocacy in Idaho contact Delmar at (208) 466-0511

Legislative Advocacy in Oregon contact Kelly at (503)719-9806

Legislative Advocacy in Washington contact Catherine at (509) 876-6989

Political Action Committee in Idaho contact Kiersten at (509) 475-7022

Political Action Committee in Oregon contact Heather at (206) 919-3905

Political Action Committee in Washington contact Taylene at (206) 706-7084

School Social Workers Network contact Janelle at (208) 695-4051

Bend / Redmond
Contact Elisabeth at (541) 4806917

Boise / Nampa / Caldwell
Contact Delmar at (208) 466-0511

Coeur d’Alene / Post Falls
Contact Kati at (208) 640-8814

Eugene / Springfield
Contact Kaseja at (541) 844-5038
meeting the first Thursday of every month at the 6th Street Grill

Idaho Falls / Pocatello
Contact Delmar at (208) 466-0511

Lewiston / Moscow
Contact Brian at (208) 413-0323

Medford / Ashland
Contact Tawnya at (541) 601-2152

Ontario / Vale
Contact Delmar at (208) 466-0511

Pendleton / La Grande / Baker City
Contact Debbie at (541) 786-8028
regular meetings at the First Presbyterian Church in La Grande

Portland / Vancouver
Contact Janet at (503) 452-8420

Contact Martha at (503) 508-8037

Contact Taylene at (206) 706-7084

Spokane / Cheney
Contact Martha at (509) 720-0039

Twin Falls / Sun Valley / Burley / Rupert
Contact Delmar (208) 466-0511

Walla Walla
Contact Catherine (509) 876-6989