Recovery Coordinator/REACH-883506

Pathways of California - Mojave, CA

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Our company is known for an unwavering commitment to exceptional value and recovery-focused, quality care. We are experts in the field of behavioral health care, providing cutting-edge mental health and substance use community-based services and offer a dynamic employment experience! Pathways offers competitive salaries and benefits, comprehensive on-boarding and job training, a supportive learning environment, ongoing education in the use of evidence-based, promising practices and much more! We have over 30 outpatient behavioral health locations nestled throughout our communities located in Kern County, Los Angeles County, Orange County, and San Diego County.

Pathways is seeking an innovative and purpose driven individual to join our team as Recovery Coordinator for our REACH program at our Mojave location.

The focus of the REACH program (Risk Reduction Education and Engagement Accelerated Alternative Community behavioral Health) is to provide access and linkage to care, including engagement services for those with mental illness who are difficult to engage in services.


The Recovery Coordinator will focus on clients who are disengaged and will focus on re-engagement services. They will also provide outreach, information-referral, case management, and a full array of mental health /rehabilitation services for clients which include counseling, crisis intervention, skill training, and coordinating and monitoring the assessment, treatment planning process and follow-up for each client. Level II may act as a lead recovery coordinator providing supervision and training to other recovery staff and volunteers.


BA degree in human services, psychology or related field and one year related experience or two years’ equivalent experience
Proof of: valid California driver’s license and auto insurance, as well as proof of education are required record and current CPR certification
Must have minimum one year equivalent prior case management or psychiatric treatment experience
May be required to have knowledge of rehabilitation model
Excellent prioritization and organization skills
Strong interpersonal skills and good written and verbal communication skills
Intermediate level PC skills required
Related experience: coaching, scouts, teacher’s aide, or CPS aid
Closely monitored with six months of training


Conducts intake, completes comprehensive evaluation of each client’s life situation, problems and needs, and with client’s participation and consent, prepares a detailed plan of care
Responsible for service coordination by assisting clients in implementing their plan of care by facilitating access to and providing community resource linkage and managing the process to include monitoring effectiveness of support services including both client and provider participation
Provides professional support to clients by maintaining regular contact such as through client home visits to provide personal support, consultation, confrontation and intervention, as necessary, including guidance and instruction
Transport clients to accommodate community relationships. Use of personal car or vehicle is required
Monthly Productivity requirement is 100 hours
Maintains daily record of work activities completing daily service progress notes and billing forms per Company and government standards and in compliance with Short Doyle/Medi-Cal requirements related to case management
Conduct outreach, provide information and referral services to persons who do not require or qualify for case management services
Maintain and ensures HIPAA, ethical standards and professional boundaries with all staff and clients
Provide temporary intervention to ex-clients on an as needed basis
Develop and maintain professional working relationships with agencies and service providers
Participates in management, staff and client meetings and training activities as required
Other duties as assigned or necessary to support the program and/or the company

Pathways is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic.