BrightSpring Health Services


Line of Business
SpringPath Mental Health Services
Position Type
Pay Min
USD $46,000.00/Yr.
Pay Max
USD $55,000.00/Yr.

Our Company

SpringPath Mental Health Services


The Mental Health Practitioner/Case Manager works as part of an Assertive Community Team that provides care and treatment for clients that are experiencing significant mental health/psychiatric symptoms, who are demonstrating significant functional impairments, and who may have co-occurring chemical dependency and or personality disorder.  The Practitioner is viewed as a primary agent of hope and change and is required to work in full partnership with the client in his/her recovery process.  The practitioner has a two focused level of responsibility:  first, for the care, welfare, treatment, and safety of the clients as individuals and secondly, for the facilitation of a work and a treatment culture that promotes trans-disciplinary team work, professionalism, cultural competency, and adherence to best practice principles and interventions.  The Practitioner has responsibility for client specific and program outcomes.  Primary duties include assessment, crisis assessment and management, planning, individual counseling, skills teaching, group work, case management, household management, financial eligibility assistance, and on-call.


  • Conducts self in a professional and ethical manner in all work-related functions
  • Demonstrates productive individual and teamwork behaviors
  • Conducts over-all rehabilitation goal planning, which may include living, learning, working, social, and spiritual environments
  • Conducts assessments: mental health status review, suicidal, vulnerable adult & immediate needs, functional, living skill, resource, chemical dependency, and vocational/employment
  • Interprets and summarizes findings with recommended treatment/rehabilitative activities and goals
  • Develops the individual treatment/rehabilitative plan
  • Monitors the individual treatment/rehabilitative process
  • Implements the treatment/rehabilitative activities and strategies
  • Prevents crisis at the lowest level of escalation
  • Manages and over-sees client financial needs, living arrangement services, and monitors medication
  • Facilitates transition and recovery support services
  • Adheres to Data Privacy Practices/HIPPA
  • Communicates, receives, and writes information clearly and accurately
  • Reads and interprets clinical assessments and findings
  • Writes crisis/treatment/behavioral plans with differential goals and objectives
  • Writes progress notes, summaries, and discharges
  • Monitors and records medication administration activities
  • Provides objective verbal and written critical incident analysis
  • Documents essential activities related to licensure, welfare and safety
  • Maintains service standards
  • Achieves client specific and program outcomes
  • Participates in the 360 degree performance evaluation process
  • Increases knowledge and skills based on client and program needs
  • Teaches others
  • Seeks supervisory over-sight
  • Seeks professional growth
  • Rotates on-call for emergency consultation and must be able to return to work on short notice as needed


  • Bachelor’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences from an accredited college or university
  • 4,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of services to persons with mental illness; or holds a graduate degree in one of the behavioral sciences or related fields and has at least 2,000 post BA hours of supervised experience in the delivery of services to persons with mental illness
  • License which may be required based on education and standards determined by educational/degree guidelines
    • All Practitioners are supported in gaining certification as a Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner  
    • The agency encourages staff to seek license at the highest standard permitted by his/her education and experience
  • Ability to conduct functional assessments, develop treatment plans, provide crisis and behavioral management, provide goal directed individual counseling, facilitate groups, teach skills, provide case management, problem-solve, and communicate effectively, orally, and in writing
  • Demonstration through training and testing within a designated time frame of the following core competency areas:  First Aide/CPR, Data Privacy (HIPPA), Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, Medication Monitoring/Administration, Principles and Techniques of Psychiatric Rehabilitation (including Over-All Rehabilitation Goal Setting, Functional Assessment, Skills Teaching and Programming), Empathy/Motivational Training, Working with Persons Experiencing Mania, Hallucinations, and Delusions, and Relapse Prevention Planning

About our Line of Business

SpringPath Mental Health Services is a leading agency in providing recovery-oriented and psychiatric rehabilitation services. Our agencies provide care and treatment for clients who are experiencing significant mental health/psychiatric symptoms, who are demonstrating significant functional impairments, and who may have co-occurring chemical dependency. Founded on the core principles and values of hope, partnership, choice and self-direction, our program and services help individuals develop the skills and access the resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful and satisfied in the living, learning, working and social environment of their choice. Services provided include Intensive Residential Treatment Service (IRTS), Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), with a focus on the evidence-based practices of Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment, Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Supported Employment and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The cornerstone of our work is the relationship with the person served during the recovery process. For more information, please visit Follow us on Facebook.

Salary Range

USD $46,000.00 - $55,000.00 / Year


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