Job Postings for Peer Supporters

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Recovery Specialist

The Drop-in Center is a program operated through HRDC.  We aspire to initiate and provide an in-direct peer support resource.  The Drop-in Center Recovery Specialist ensures the center is a supportive community that empowers individuals to actively maintain personal wellness.  We are committed to offering multiple community collaborations and resources to improve personal wellness such as showers, laundry, educational groups, recovery groups and peer-led support activities.  Staff will strive to maintain a recovery-based environment that is trauma informed and utilizes recovery principles of SAMHSA’s 8 Dimensions of Wellness.

 

 

Peer Support Specialist

Mountain Home is seeking a
full-time Peer Support Specialist to promote empowerment, self-determination, and positive coping skills through mentoring and other activities that assist individuals with severe disabling mental illness to achieve their goals for personal wellness and recovery. This is a position that requires lived experience and state licensure. Mountain Home will cover all financials and supervision associated with ensuring the hired individual is licensed (training costs, wages/lodging/travel while at training, etc.).

 

The Mental Health Center is currently recruiting for a full – time Peer Support Specialist for our highly successful PACT Team. The Peer Support Specialist must be a current or previous consumer of mental health services and have first-hand knowledge and life experience coping with the symptoms of mental illness, the recovery process and stigmatism associated with mental illness. The Peer Support Specialist provides peer counseling, support and encouragement to clients, acts as a liaison with community resources, assists with rehabilitation and support functions, assists with treatment and assists clients with daily living

PACT Peer Support Specialist 

Certified Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialist (CBPHSS) encourage, motivate and support patients through sharing their own experiences and assist patients to exercise control over their lives and recovery through mentoring, coaching, and connecting patients with resources. CBPHSS ensures that the needs of the patient from a peer perspective are heard and considered in all decision making processes that would affect their treatment. Assure adherence to state statutes and rules, CARF standards, and federal regulations including HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2. Positively represents the organization and promotes Rimrock’s Mission to the community.

Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialist

A Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialist provides flexible, community-based peer support services that are designed to promote the recovery, empowerment and community integration of individuals who have severe behavioral health challenges.  This is a 0.5 – .8 (20 – 32 hours per week) FTE position working alongside law enforcement and other community partners with mobile crisis response providing Peer Support services during mental health emergencies and crisis intervention. This position is also providing prevention efforts through relationship building and follow up care for individuals at risk of mental health crisis. The goal of this position is to provide appropriate care for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis, that diverts individuals from the Montana State Hospital, jail or emergency department and instead de-escalates and stabilizes individuals in the community whenever possible and in the least restrictive and most supportive environment possible.

Certified Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialist

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Peer Supporter must maintain long-term stable recovery
  • Peer Supporter must be willing to publicly self-identify as being in recovery from a mental health,
    substance use and or addiction disorder.

  • Peer Supporter must be willing to share his or her own story of recovery.
  • Peer Supporter must be able to obtain and maintain State Certification and/or licensing requirements.

House Peer Support Specialist

Daily operations for The Grace House will be conducted by Peer Support Team Member with Hope Rescue Mission. Peer Support Staff will be there to provide oversight, assistance and reassurance to participants of Grace House, relating as a sister in Christ, maintaining a safe atmosphere within the Shelter structure, while speaking truthfully with love.

Responsibilities and Expectations:
The Peer Support Team Member is expected to maintain a consistent presence at The Grace House, being willing and available to provide godly, honest, and kind support to center participants, focusing on both goal progression and relational growth.

TSOS Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialist

TSOS BHPSS is responsible for providing comprehensive, confidential, and professional support to guests of the TSOS, and must be a team player capable of assisting the TSOS Site Director and other staff in duties, as required by the Site Director. Professionally handle sensitive issues. TSOS BHPSS must comply with the Values of Hope Rescue Mission and work within the Mission Statement of Hope Rescue Mission and BHPSS code of ethics.

Behavioral Peer Support Specialist

Peer support specialists roles include assisting their peers in articulating their goals for recovery, learning and practicing new skills, helping them monitor their progress, supporting them in their treatment, modeling effective coping techniques and self-help strategies based on the specialist’s own recovery experience, supporting them in advocating for themselves to obtain effective services, and developing and implementing recovery plans

Certified Peer Support Specialist —  in Miles City

Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center in Miles City, Montana is seeking a full time MACT Certified Peer Support Specialist. The Peer Specialist is a member of a multidisciplinary team and is or has been a recipient of mental health services for severe and persistent mental illness. Because of life experience with mental illness and mental health services, the Peer Specialist provides expertise that professional training cannot replicate. Peer Specialists are fully integrated team members who provide highly individualized services in the community and promote client self-determination and decision making. The Peer Specialist is responsible for the delivery of Peer Support services in an outpatient and community-based setting for adults with severe mental illness. The Peer Specialist embraces, develops, and implements recovery-based principles with consumers, staff, EMCMHC, and the community. Acts as a positive role model through good work ethic, fairness, flexibility, and commitment to appropriate and direct communications; demonstrates energy and enthusiasm for EMCMHC’s mission and vision. Salary: $14-$16/hr.

Certified Peer Support Specialist — in Glendive/Sidney

Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center in Miles City, Montana is seeking a full time MACT Certified Peer Support Specialist in Glendive. The Peer Specialist is a member of a multidisciplinary team and is or has been a recipient of mental health services for severe and persistent mental illness. Because of life experience with mental illness and mental health services, the Peer Specialist provides expertise that professional training cannot replicate. Peer Specialists are fully integrated team members who provide highly individualized services in the community and promote client self-determination and decision making. The Peer Specialist is responsible for the delivery of Peer Support services in an outpatient and community-based setting for adults with severe mental illness. The Peer Specialist embraces, develops, and implements recovery-based principles with consumers, staff, EMCMHC, and the community. Acts as a positive role model through good work ethic, fairness, flexibility, and commitment to appropriate and direct communications; demonstrates energy and enthusiasm for EMCMHC’s mission and vision. Starting at $15/hour.

The Peer Specialist is an active member of the Emergency Department Crisis Team and provides peer support services to patients in a behavioral health crisis. Under supervision, provides consumer information and peer support for clients in outpatient and inpatient settings. Is or has been a recipient of behavioral health services mental illness and/or substance abuse treatment. Acts as a positive role model through good work ethic, fairness, flexibility and commitment to appropriate and direct communication, demonstrates energy and enthusiasm for Bozeman Health’s mission and vision, and embraces, develops, and implements recovery-based principles with consumers, peers, and the community.

The Peer Support Specialist will through sharing their own experiences guide others through the recovery journey using mentoring, coaching, and partnering with community resources.