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Mental Health & Justice Supportive Housing Case Manager
Full Time Permanent Position

Summary

The Mental Health & Justice Supportive Housing Case Manager reports to Housing Coordinator and the Chief Executive Officer and is expected to work as a member of a team and participate in regular peer and team supervision when required. The Mental Health & Justice Supportive Housing Case Manager goals are to implement the facilitation of coordination of rent supplement units for those individuals 16 years of age and older with mental health and justice clients who have current involvement with the criminal justice system (e.g., Involved in mental health court, diversion programs, or on release from a provincial correctional facility) within Kenora. The Mental Health & Justice Supportive Housing Case Manager will seek housing options for this population and build relationships with landlords and clients.

Qualifications

  • BSW preferred, or demonstrated equivalent
  • Knowledge of mental health and mental health problems/difficulties, concurrent disorders, and dual diagnosis
  • Knowledge of housing resources
  • Applied knowledge of community resources and agencies
  • Networking skills and outreach skills
  • Ability to assess dynamic risk
  • Highly developed communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to provide side-by-side assistance in activities of daily living
  • Assessment, case management, advocacy, supportive counselling, and documentation skills
  • Understanding and applied knowledge of Recovery Model, Brief Therapy, Strengths Perspective
  • Activities of daily living, problem solving skills and ability to teach and model these skills for clients
  • Cultural Competence for Diverse populations
  • Ability to work independently
  • Professionalism in the performance of duties
  • Cultural Competence
  • Computer literacy
  • Valid Driver’s License

Duties:

  • Adherence to all policies and procedures of Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch
  • Outreach and collaboration to those individuals involved with the criminal justice system through the following programs:
    • Mental health court
    • Court Diversion/Court Support Worker Program at CMHA Kenora Branch
    • Dual Diagnosis Court Diversion/Court Support Worker Program at CMHA Kenora Branch
    • Post Custody Enhancement Program
  • Collaborate and cooperate with housing providers and landlords within the Kenora area
  • Assess eligibility of clients to the housing program
  • Individualized needs assessment developed in consultation with the client
  • Facilitate the process of accessing appropriate housing for eligible candidates
  • Works with the client, case manager, and landlord to develop a personalized service plan
  • Continuous assessment of risk related to the clients housing
  • Individualized planning and strategies to support the achievement of housing goals and objectives
  • Coordinate the use of rent subsidies
  • Advocacy of linking clients with appropriate housing services, supports and resources to meet the goals and objectives of the housing plan
  • Meet with clients regularly to ensure compliance with the plan
  • Provide consultations to landlords, families, significant others, and social service/health care
    provides around the program
  • Conducting regular formal or informal evaluation of client satisfaction, achievement of goals, reassessment of service requirements and or needs in consultation with the client
  • Active maintenance of connections with clients to provide ongoing support, and assist client in maintaining housing
  • Direct provision of side-by-side support with clients where appropriate
  • Provision of supportive counselling where appropriate
  • Assist clients and provide modeling for problem solving and priority setting
  • Development of recovery plans with a focus on housing maintenance
  • Referral to community agencies and services where appropriate
  • Maintenance of client files consistent with policies and procedures of Canadian Mental Health Association
  • Participation in staff meetings and other meetings as directed by the Housing Coordinator & Chief Executive Officer
  • Collection and maintenance of statistical information and keeping appropriate records of direct and indirect service
  • Outcome monitoring and evaluation
  • Professionally representing Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch
  • Drafting all necessary correspondence and reports regarding clients
  • Participation in administrative and office functions, including ongoing maintenance of office space
  • Participation in educational and professional development opportunities
  • Participate on specific Committees or task or work groups as assigned by the Housing Coordinator and/or Chief Executive Officer
  • Provide a safe environment by ensuring adherences to Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and Policies, Infection Control Guidelines, WHIMIS and Safe Work Procedures; including but not limited to Fire, Disaster and Evacuation Plans
  • Ensure client safety and client safety activities are emphasized throughout orientation of new staff members
  • Support an environment which avoids, prevents and corrects all activities or actions which may result in an adverse outcome in the delivery of mental health services
  • Responsible for self-care
  • Other duties as directed

Please submit resume by Dec-15-2021 attention to:

Hiring Committee: Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch 227 Second Street South, 2nd Floor Kenora, Ontario P9N 1G1 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Diversion/Court Support Worker

Summary

The Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Diversion/Court Support Worker is responsible to the Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Mental Health Association Kenora Branch. The Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Diversion/Court Support Worker is expected to work as a member of a team, and is expected to participate in regular peer supervision, coordination with the Case Manager (forensic) and regular supervision with the Chief Executive Officer.

Qualifications

  • Degree in social work or demonstrated equivalent, MSW preferred, Regulated through the OCSWSSW
  • In depth knowledge of the criminal justice system and the
  • Mental Health Act obtained through academic training or practical experience
  • Knowledge of mental health/mental illness, and mental health difficulties
  • Knowledge of developmental disabilities, FASD, acquired Brain Injury etc
  • Highly developed screening, assessment skills
  • Highly developed advocacy skills
  • Working knowledge of community resources, and agencies
  • Ability to build community linkages and networks to ensure planning and delivery of individualized services Competence for diverse populations
  • Ability to work independently
  • Computer literacy and recording skills

Duties:

  • Adherence to all policies of Canadian Mental Health Association Kenora Branch
  • Assurance of confidentiality of all clients, personnel, and organizational records and information
  • Screening of clients who have been identified as potential candidates for diversion or court support services
  • Liaison with criminal justice system personnel and community resources
  • Consult, advocate with criminal justice system, community mental health/ developmental services systems custodial facilities and family members.
  • Collaborate extensively with local, district and regional developmental service providers.
  • Assessment of client need and the development of appropriate service plans for diversion, treatment, court support and/or release
  • Provide supportive counselling and assistance to clients in understanding the Criminal Justice System and justice process
  • Advocacy and navigation within the forensic mental health system; i.e the Regional Forensic Unit, District and Regional HSJCCs, Ontario Review Board etc.
  • Provide education for client, family and community
  • Act as a mental health resource to criminal justice officials, custodial facilities and family members
  • Facilitate and monitor the implementation of treatment/service/release plans
  • Maintain client files consistent with the policies and procedures of Canadian Mental Health Association Coordinate referrals to Forensic Psychiatry Assessment and ensure collection of collateral information
  • Collect and report statistical and demographic information
  • Participate in staff meetings/team meetings
  • Monitor program policies and procedures to assure their applicability to current practice
  • Draft all necessary correspondence/service plans/reports
  • Participate in administrative and office functions as needed
  • Participate in training and educational opportunities
  • Participate on specific Committees or task or work groups as assigned by the Supervisor
  • Provide a safe environment by ensuring adherences to Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and Policies, Infection Control Guidelines, WHIMIS and Safe Work Procedures; including but not limited to Fire, Disaster and Evacuation Plans
  • Ensure client safety and client safety activities are emphasized throughout orientation of new staff members
  • Support an environment which avoids, prevents and corrects all activities or actions which may result in client safety incidents in the delivery of mental health services
  • Responsible for self-care

Please submit resume by Dec-15-2021 attention to:

Hiring Committee: Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch 227 Second Street South, 2nd Floor Kenora, Ontario P9N 1G1 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


Casual Residential Support Workers for two housing programs operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association Kenora Branch:
Kenora Supportive Housing Program
Safe Bed Program

Summary

The Residential Support Worker is responsible for supporting individuals while facilitating an atmosphere of safety, independence, social interaction and community involvement. The Residential Support Worker will work alone for twelve-hour shifts to facilitate 24/7 shift coverage.

For the Kenora Supportive Housing Program this includes participating as a member of a team of professionals whose focus is safety, stability and support for individuals with serious mental illness who would otherwise experience homelessness or near homelessness.

For the Safe Bed Program the individual will participate as a member of a team of professionals whose focus is safety, stability and support for individuals who are medically stable, not a safety risk to themselves or others, and are therefore, not suitable for hospital admission or criminal detention.

Qualifications

  • Diploma in social sciences or human services an asset, High School Graduation Diploma minimum
  • Experience working with individuals with mental health and addiction limitations or demonstrated ability to work with vulnerable populations
  • Personal qualities of empathy, understanding, patience
  • Ability to participate side by side with individuals to accomplish tasks, develop meaningful activities
  • Ability to carry out and model activities of daily living
  • Interpersonal communication and relationship building skills
  • Ability to communicate professionally with community agencies
  • Knowledge of community resources
  • Cultural Competence for Diverse populations
  • Recording skills
  • Computer skills
  • Demonstrated understanding of personal space and ‘boundaries’ and the ability to role model same
  • Ability to manage conflict and crisis situations
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team

Responsible for:

  • Adherence to all policies of Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch
  • Side by side support/teaching in activities and skills of daily living
  • Ensure medications are appropriately stored and delivered to clients at the appropriate times and dosages, and documented
  • Supporting clients with developing, participating and following through with recovery plans/coordinated care plans
  • Ensure the safety and security of all residents during shift, including interpersonal safety and security of the residence
  • Monitor individual recovery plan/coordinated care plan compliance and changes in mental health symptoms
  • Interface with community services and programs with and on behalf of residents
  • Plan for groceries, meals, household maintenance and supplies in conjunction with other residential support staff
  • Ensure the completion of shift responsibilities and routines as identified in agency policy and procedures
  • Maintenance of client files and data files including updating of client information consistent with agency policies and procedures
  • Attend monthly staff meetings and educational/training opportunities as required
  • Documentation of all shift changes using the electronic scheduling software and follow agency policies and procedures
  • Participate on specific committees or working groups as assigned by the Executive Director
  • Provide a safe environment by ensuring adherences to Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and Policies, Infection Control Guidelines, WHIMIS and Safe Work Procedures; including but not limited to Fire, Disaster and Evacuation Plans
  • Ensure client safety and client safety activities are emphasized throughout orientation of new staff members
  • Support an environment which avoids, prevents and corrects all activities or actions which may result in an patient safety incident in the delivery of mental health services
  • Responsible for self care
  • Other duties as directed

Please submit resume by Dec-10-2021 attention to:

Hiring Committee: Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch 227 Second Street South, 2nd Floor Kenora, Ontario P9N 1G1 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


NOHFC INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

CMHA Kenora Branch is hiring an Intern to assist in the development and implementation of Fundraising Events

The NOHFC Intern reports to and is responsible to the Chief Executive Officer of CMHA Kenora Branch. This position reports directly to the Manager of Finance Manager.

Qulaifications

  • Recent university graduate (last three years), and the area of concentration or specialization in the degree program is compatible with the requirements of the position for which the intern is being hired
  • Knowledge in mental health/illness and mental health difficulties
  • Ability to work independently
  • Computer literacy skills
  • Cultural Competence
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Criminal Records Check
  • Certification in CPR and First Aid or willingness to obtain same

Duties:

  • Adherence to all policies of CMHA Kenora Branch
  • Assurance of confidentiality of all information related to CMHA Kenora Branch
  • Development of a fundraising and donor relations program for CMHA Kenora Branch
  • Investigate suitable training programs to learn and enhance the skillset required for fundraising in the non-profit sector
  • Investigate fundraising and donor relations programs currently used in the non-profit sector locally,
    provincially, and nationally
  • Propose a comprehensive fundraising program which may include events, corporate sponsorships, individual donations both one time and ongoing, and any other approaches which seem appropriate
  • Work in partnership with the Fundraising & Prevention Coordinator of CMHA Kenora Branch
  • Ensure proper documentation as per the policies and procedures of CMHA Kenora Branch
  • Participation in ongoing training and education and application of new skills to practice
  • Participate on specific Committees or task or work groups as assigned by the Manager of Finance Manager & Chief Executive Officer
  • Provide a safe environment by ensuring adherences to Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and Policies, Infection Control Guidelines, WHIMIS and Safe Work Procedures; including but not limited to Fire, Disaster and Evacuation Plans
  • Ensure client safety and client safety activities are emphasized
  • Support an environment which avoids, prevents and corrects all activities or actions which may result in an adverse outcome in the delivery of mental health services
  • Responsible for self-care
  • Other duties as assigned by the Manager of Finance Manager & Chief Executive Officer

Please submit resume by Dec-10-2021 attention to:

Hiring Committee: Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch 227 Second Street South, 2nd Floor Kenora, Ontario P9N 1G1 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


Peer Support / Full-Time Permanent Position

Summary

This position requires a consumer/lived experience perspective and awareness of the needs of clients with serious and persistent mental illness. The Peer Support Worker provides nonclinical services, information and referral, emotional support, goal setting and attainment, advocacy, role modeling and interpersonal skills with a focus on empowering clients to make choices related to their life based on self-determination. Well-developed knowledge of local community agencies and services including and especially consumer run organizations is essential. This position reports to the Assertive Community Treatment (ACTT) Team Leader.

Qualifications

  • Ability to articulate and represent the perspective of lived experience and client rights
  • Applied knowledge of the Recovery Model and Philosophy - Peer support workers are uniquely positioned to support individuals in the process of recovery; supporting wellness and assuming individuals with mental illness have much to offer
  • Training in Peer Support Work (Ex. Core Skills SHH/TEACH, Core Essentials OPDI, training by Centre for Excellence in Peer Support)
  • Effective strategies to deal with stress
  • Knowledge of mental health/illness and mental health difficulties
  • Working knowledge of community resources and agencies
  • Minimum of 1 year volunteer experience in an official peer support role
  • Ability to work independently and advocate on behalf of clients
  • Ability to work across cultural barriers
  • Computer literacy and recording skills
  • Ability to adequately access public transportation
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Criminal Records Check
  • Certification in CPR and First Aid or willingness to obtain same

Responsible for:

  • Adherence to all policies of the CMHA Kenora Branch - Guidelines for decision making may include but are not limited to PHIPA (2004), Workplace Violence and Harassment (Bill 168), Child and Family Services Act
  • Assurance of confidentiality of all clients, personnel and organizational records and information
  • Assist clients to recognize and develop coping mechanisms to deal with symptoms and social stigma
  • Share common experiences with clients and self-awareness
  • Educate staff within the team regarding the client’s perspective on the mental health system and assisting the team to maintain a client and family centered approach that maximizes client and family participation and empowerment
  • Advocating for development of client initiatives within the community and identifying opportunities for client and family empowerment
  • Work collaboratively with clients, co-workers, and the community
  • Support client to navigate the health and social service systems and connect to appropriate resources in their community to meet their needs
  • Support clients to address problems/issues and find solutions
  • Support clients to set their own goals
  • Support clients to create a life of their choosing
  • Alignment with the Core Values of Peer Support
  • Introducing and referring clients to consumer self-help programs and advocacy organizations that promote recovery
  • Assist in reducing client isolation and increase client community integration
  • Establish rapport with clients, build a relationship on trust, respect, genuineness, and empathy while maintaining clear professional boundaries and sharing lived experience
  • Developed decision making skills to take appropriate actions ensuring safety of clients and those around them
  • Assessment of client need and mental status; assess the level of need and determine appropriate response; including reporting of client disclosure of harm to self or others
  • Client contact Recording
  • Participate on specific Committees or task or work groups as assigned by the Supervisor
  • Participate in reflective practice supervision
  • Provide a safe environment by ensuring adherences to Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and Policies, Infection Control Guidelines, WHIMIS and Safe Work Procedures; including but not limited to Fire, Disaster and Evacuation Plans
  • Supports an environment which avoids, prevents, and corrects all activities or actions which may result in an adverse outcome in the delivery of mental health services
  • Responsible for self-care
  • Other duties as directed

Please submit resume by Dec-07-2021 attention to:

Hiring Committee: Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch 227 Second Street South, 2nd Floor Kenora, Ontario P9N 1G1 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


Full-Time, Residential Support Worker for Safe Bed Program

Summary

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch will be opening a Safe Bed Program within Kenora for individuals with mental health and addiction crisis who are coming from incarceration and the justice system and unnecessary hospitalization by providing them with voluntary community crisis accommodation and support. The service recipients of this program will be unsuitable for hospital admission by medical professionals, and inappropriate for arrest and detention by police, but in need of supportive, short-term mental health residential placement.

The Residential Support Worker is responsible for supporting individuals while facilitating an atmosphere of safety, independence, social interaction, and community involvement. The Residential Support Worker will work alone for twelve-hour shifts to facilitate 24/7 shift coverage. They will participate as a member of a team of professionals whose focus is safety, stability and support for individuals who are medically stable, not a safety risk to themselves or others, and are therefore, not suitable for hospital admission or criminal detention.

Qualifications

  • Diploma in social sciences or human services an asset, High School Graduation Diploma minimum
  • Experience working with individuals with mental health and addiction limitations or demonstrated ability to work with vulnerable populations
  • Personal qualities of empathy, understanding, patience
  • Ability to participate side by side with individuals to accomplish tasks, develop meaningful activities
  • Ability to carry out and model activities of daily living
  • Interpersonal communication and relationship building skills
  • Ability to communicate professionally with community agencies
  • Knowledge of community resources
  • Cultural Competence for Diverse populations
  • Recording skills
  • Computer skills
  • Demonstrated understanding of personal space and ‘boundaries and the ability to role model same
  • Ability to manage conflict and crisis situations
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team

Responsible for:

  • Adherence to all policies of Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch
  • Side by side support/teaching in activities and skills of daily living
  • Ensure medications are appropriately stored and delivered to clients at the appropriate times and dosages, and documented
  • Supporting clients with developing, participating and following through with recovery plans/coordinated care plans
  • Ensure the safety and security of all residents during shift, including interpersonal safety and security of the residence
  • Monitor individual recovery plan/coordinated care plan compliance and changes in mental health symptoms
  • Interface with community services and programs with and on behalf of residents
  • Plan for groceries, meals, household maintenance and supplies in conjunction with other residential support staff
  • Ensure the completion of shift responsibilities and routines as identified in agency policy and procedures\
  • Maintenance of client files and data files including updating of client information consistent with agency policies and procedures
  • Attend monthly staff meetings and educational/training opportunities as required
  • Documentation of all shift changes using the electronic scheduling software and follow agency policies and procedures
  • Participate on specific committees or working groups as assigned by the Safe Bed Program Team Lead and Chief Executive Officer
  • Provide a safe environment by ensuring adherences to Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and Policies, Infection Control Guidelines, WHIMIS and Safe Work Procedures; including but not limited to Fire, Disaster and Evacuation Plans
  • Ensure client safety and client safety activities are emphasized throughout orientation of new staff members
  • Support an environment which avoids, prevents and corrects all activities or actions which may result in an patient safety incident in the delivery of mental health services
  • Responsible for self-care
  • Other duties as directed

Please submit resume by Dec-01-2021 attention to:

Hiring Committee: Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch 227 Second Street South, 2nd Floor Kenora, Ontario P9N 1G1 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


ACT Team Social Worker– Full Time

Summary

This member of the Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) multidisciplinary team is responsible for individual and group empowerment oriented social work methods to help combat stigma, promote optional personal functioning and resilience, as well as community engagement by the client, significant others, and the clients family. The ACT Team Social Service Worker collaborates with the team and clients as well as practices using social work knowledge and skills to incorporate within the client’s recovery plan. The ACT Team Social Service Worker participates in psychiatric assessments, assessing clients’ physical health needs, making appropriate referrals to community physicians, providing management and administration of medication in conjunction with the psychiatrist, medical practitioner and ACT Team Nurses and provides a range of treatment, rehabilitation, and support services. This position reports to the ACT Team Leader.

Qualifications

  • A B.S.W. or M.S.W. degree
  • Current registration with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
  • 3 to 5 years of experience in a community-based organization working with adults with serious mental illness in the community
  • Strong knowledge of empowerment-oriented case management and practices
  • Knowledge of systemic issues and social determinants of health felt by individuals with serious mental illness and their families
  • Knowledge of the Ontario Mental Health Act, mental health reform principles, the Substitute Decisions Act, and the Health Care Consent Act and PHIPA requirements
  • Ability to apply Recovery Principles and empowerment-oriented philosophies and practices in work with clients.
  • Demonstrate skills in conducting interview, screening and assessment of needs and mental status of clients
  • Case management and advocacy skills
  • Working knowledge of community resources and agencies
  • Understanding and sensitivity to social and cultural diversity
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a self-directed work team
  • Strong knowledge of conflict resolution, family dynamics, and trauma symptoms and interventions.
  • Ability to demonstrate professionalism when working with families and other professional
  • Ability to manage time effectively, establish priorities, efficiently organize work, and meet deadlines by engaging in effective problem solving and decision making
  • Oral and communication skills
  • Computer literacy and recording skills
  • Cultural Competence for diverse populations
  • Able to work flexible hours
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Criminal Records Check for vulnerable populations
  • Certification in CPR and First Aid or willingness to obtain same

Responsible for:

  • Adherence to all policies of the CMHA Kenora Branch including assurance of confidentiality of all client, personnel and organizational records and information
  • Maintenance of professional qualifications and registration
  • Maintenance of clients files and data files including updating of client information consistent with policies and procedures of CMHA Kenora Branch
  • Engagement and partnership with family members and clients and/or natural supports in the recovery planning process and in individual and/or multiple family support and therapy
  • Assistance with clients and the team in regards to advocacy and the system
  • Assist clients with symptoms of trauma and respond appropriately in making referrals and providing assistance to clients to help them to manage these symptoms
  • Complete a comprehensive psychosocial history of clients and help the client identify goals and informal and formal supports and services
  • Conduct formal family assessments to identify family dynamics and other issues, taking into account the need for cultural sensitivity
  • Use of anti-oppression principles and practices
  • Assists families to build, maintain, improve and use natural supports, and to access family support groups and other resources
  • Support clients in effective medication regime in collaboration with the medical practitioner, psychiatrist and ACTT Nurses
  • Provide counseling and support concerning illness and symptoms management, problem solving, conflict resolution, interpersonal skill building and emotional regulation, goal attainment, and cognitive behavioural approaches to assist in cognitive restructuring
  • Develop and co-facilitate client and family groups as needed, and support client and family attendance within these groups
  • Engage with clients, in systemic advocacy to address issues of inequality and injustice with the support of the ACT Team Lead and Chief Executive Officer
  • Sits on in-house and external committees as directed by ACT Team Lead and Chief Executive Officer
  • Thorough screening and assessment of client needs, mental status and development of appropriate recovery plans
  • Psycho-education regarding mental health / illness and short and long-term recovery plans
  • Facilitate and monitor the implementation of client recovery plans
  • Provide case management for clients and their families within the ACTT Program
  • Perform shift management as per established policies and procedures
  • Participate in daily staff meetings and recovery plan meetings
  • Participate in training and educational opportunities
  • Participate in administrative and office functions as needed
  • Provide a safe environment by ensuring adherences to workplace health and safety regulations and policies, infection control guidelines, WHMIS and Safe Work Procedures
  • Ensure client safety and client safety activities are emphasized throughout orientation of new staff members
  • Support an environment which avoids, prevents and corrects all activities or actions which may result in an adverse outcome in the delivery of mental health services
  • Re-assess goals/recovery plan, refine/continue intervention techniques
  • Educate clients to identify early warning signs and prepare to maintain changes
  • Facilitate development of self-management plan
  • Evaluate feedback from clients and use of clinical outcome measures
  • Responsible for self-care
  • Other duties as directed

Please submit resume by Nov-29-2021 attention to:

Hiring Committee: Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch 227 Second Street South, 2nd Floor Kenora, Ontario P9N 1G1 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


Contact Information

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1 (807) 468-1838
227 Second Street South
Kenora, Ontario
P9N-1G1
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