The Temporary TAP Case Manager position is not to exceed 8 months. As part of an interdisciplinary team, the Temp Case Manager works with staff to extend effective harm reduction-oriented services to clients of the program. Case management staff provide collaborative, client-centered clinical services throughout the various stages of engagement which includes screening and assessment to determine appropriate level of care; crisis intervention; treatment planning; maintaining accountability and consistency; demonstrating excellent follow through with established plans; developing and maintaining effective working relationships with a variety of community service and treatment agencies; and assisting with arranging translation, transportation and other practical support services. Other comparable duties may be assigned as well.
The CBHS, Treatment Access Program is a collaborative effort between healthRIGHT360 and the San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco Health Network, Behavioral Health Services (BHS) to divert eligible individuals into appropriate behavioral health treatment services, with an emphasis on clients with substance use disorders. TAP is the centralized access point for substance use services for the City and County of San Francisco. This position requires an ability to maintain strict confidentiality and handle information with tact and diplomacy.