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Wakefield, RI

SBIRT Community Health Worker

- Department: Community Health Team
- South County Hospital, Wakefield, RI - full-time
- M-F 8:30am-5:00pm
- day

As a member of the community health team, the Screening Brief Intervention and Referral Treatment (SBIRT) Community Health Worker collaborates with an interdisciplinary team comprised of community health staff, behavioral health clinicians and primary care practice staff to promote patient-centered care. This position provides interventional coaching through implementation of sustainable Screening Brief Intervention and Referral Treatment protocols, for patients facing alcohol and substance abuse problems. This position collaborates with management and team members to ensure delivery of high-quality health coaching services. The SBIRT Community Health Worker works closely with the core team members to support patients who are dealing with complex medical, behavioral health and/or substance issues as well as social determinants of health, and who require a more intensive home and community-based intervention.  The SBIRT Community Health Worker plays a critical role in assessing patient needs, offering community resources and referrals, providing navigation, support, care coordination, and ongoing case management to meet those needs.  The SBIRT Community Health Worker visits patients in their homes and in the communities in which they live, providing culturally sensitive approaches to health information to improve health literacy. The SBIRT Community Health Worker work with many community agencies to facilitate the patient's decision-making and self-management and help patients engage in their overall health and achieve their health goals and to meet the goals of the SBIRT/CHT grant and CTC program.

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Prospective job applicants can apply directly online through the South County Health employment link.  

E. Providence, Newport and Barrington RI

Various Openings

East Bay Community Action Program are looking to fill the positions below:

1.   Behavioral Health: Independent Licensed Clinician – Adult/Children/Family – East Providence
2.   Behavioral Health: Independent Licensed Clinician – Adult/Substance Abuse – Newport
3.   Masters Level Clinician – Newport
4.   Peer Specialist (Full and Part-Time) – Barrington
5.   Dental Assistant – Newport

APPLICATION PROCESS: For more information, and to review the job descriptions, click here.

Providence, RI

Nurse Care Manager

Anchor Medical

Seeking 2 full time Nurse Care Managers for our Providence, RI location to join our current team. The NCM will assist in coordination of care for a large, busy and diverse patient population. Applicant should have a strong background in outpatient community health care, prior care management experience preferred. Familiarity with PCMH, NCQA as well as quality improvement benchmarks preferred.

Position is office based with no evenings, weekends or holidays. Candidate should have experience with electronic medical record documentation

APPLICATION PROCESS: For more information, click here to email  Robyn Ostapow

Providence, RI

Integrated Behavioral Health Providers

Providence Community Health Centers, Inc. is currently looking for a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)/Psychologist (PsyD, PhD)

Click here for more details.
For inquiries and to apply, please contact:
Christine Loesch, Recruiter
Providence Community Health Centers, Inc 
Phone: 401-444-0400
Providence Community Health Centers, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Various Locations, RI

Behavioral Health Care Manager

Blackstone Valley Community Healthcare (BVCHC) is currently looking for a half-time Behavioral Health Care Manager.

Click here for more details. Email Nate Noletter, Human Resources Coordinator (  if you are interested in applying.

Our Mission

The mission of the Care Transformation Collaborative is to lead the transformation of primary care in Rhode Island in the context of an integrated health care system; and to improve the quality of care, the patient experience of care, the affordability of care, and the health of the populations we serve.