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Targeted Case Manager
Job Code:2017-FORREST -030
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
Education:Master's Degree

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources has openings for Targeted Case Manager positions to work with a four-year System of Care children's grant that will cover Forrest, Jones, and Marion Counties. These positions will be based in Laurel and Columbia, MS. Position is M-F, 8a-5p; after hours and on-call duties required.


  • Master's degree in behavioral health field required
  • Must be a licensed social worker (LSW) or RN with two (2) years of work experience in mental health or have a Master's degree in a behavioral health field with either a professional clinical license or be eligible for a DMH Therapist Certification
  • Must possess a valid driver's license with a satisfactory driving record
  • Personal vehicle required to provide services in the community

    Work Experience/Skills:

  • Behavioral health care experience preferred
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and to complete assigned tasks on schedule
  • Ability to solve problems and resolve conflict in an efficient and timely manner
  • Ability to think independently to determine direction of work flow and work load
  • Fine motor skills for legible and accurate writing of reports, scheduling, daily correspondence and presentations either manually or orally
  • Position requires ability to sit for duration of several hours at a time and ability and mobility to access clients through home and community visits

  • Responsibilities:
  • Closely follows the progress of each youth and family enrolled in Crossver Xp and SOC, including follow up efforts after discharge.
  • Ensures all referrals to the Crossover Xp and SOC are reviewed and receive the appropriate level of care based on family and youth preference, EBP assessments, and life domain needs.
  • May provide services face-to-face or via telephone. Services may also be provided in the office or in the community.