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Qualified Mental Health Professional- Crisis System of Care 4021R (Orland Park, IL) (Joliet, IL) (Wilmington, IL) (Crete, IL)


Location: Orland Park, Joliet, Wilmington, and Crete

Schedule/Shift: Varies; 40 hours per week, including evening and weekend hours.  Rotating On-Call responsibilities

Trinity Services is seeking a full-time Mental Health Counselor to work within its new Crisis Care Network.  This counselor works 20 hours in the Living Room and 20 hours at one of the Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) office locations.  At the Living Room, the counselor perform clinical tasks; for example, assessment of individuals experiencing a mental health crisis and respond to calls for consultation from the Mobile Crisis Response Team. While at the MCR, clinicians would meet with people for individual and/or family therapy. Applicants must be able to work collaboratively with team members and program participants.  Flexibility is required with respect to work schedule.   On-call is required to be available by phone/video to provide consultation to the Mobile Crisis Response Team members when they are responding to calls in the community outside of regular business hours.    

Trinity offers a positive work environment where staff members receive recognition for their talents, outstanding work, and discretionary effort.  In addition, ample opportunities to grow and flourish are provided.  

• Ensures that data regarding program objectives is collected
• Ensures fidelity with the Living Room and Crisis System of Care models
• Provides support to people experiencing mental health crisis 
• Conducts clinical assessment that includes assessment of risk factors
• Works with the team to take appropriate action when high-risk indicators are present
• Completes required documentation, including treatment plans, assessments and progress notes
• Recognizes and reports progress participants make toward meeting objectives
• Attends relevant seminars, meetings, and in-service trainings whenever possible.
• Conducts outreach, connection to resources and follow up with participants

• Master’s degree in field of Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Psychology, or a related field. 
• Experience with crisis intervention and suicide risk is required.
• Able to work collaboratively with a team and to problem solve 
• Able to promote good staff relations and morale
• Excellent interpersonal skills

• Sit, 76-100% of the time.
• Stand, walk, 11-40% of the time.
• Climb stairs, stoop, kneel, bend, reach in front of body, 11-40% of the time.
• Lift up to 25 pounds.
• Ordinary speech and hearing, 76-100% of the time.
• Visual acuity of 20” or less or 20” or more.
• Simultaneous use of Hand, Wrist, Fingers, 76-100% of the time

CONTACT: Send resume to Stephanie Woodward at