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Case Associate - PROS in Brooklyn at The Jewish Board

Date Posted: 9/25/2018

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Job Description

OVERVIEW:   The PROS Case Associate provides program participants with supportive and psychiatric rehabilitation services.  The program aims to help each participant achieve a psychiatric rehabilitation goal related to housing, work, education and/or socialization and help participants integrate into the community.

RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision of the clinical team, include but not limited to:

  • Responsible for assessment, service planning and provision of services for assigned caseload, under the supervision of the social worker. 
  • Meet individually with participants to provide PROS services.
  • Recording progress notes for the record and for groups.
  • Making appropriate referrals to other agencies as part of discharge plans.
  • Planning and facilitating wellness, skills-building and rehabilitation readiness groups, under the supervision of the social worker.
  • Participate in program activities aimed at helping individuals reach their goals.
  • Provide information, advocacy, support and outreach/engagement services to clients.
  • Perform clinically-focused case management activities, including linkage and referrals, coordination of plans between various service providers, and involving family in treatment.
  • Provide structure to the client, evaluate and assess usage of independent living skills, and provide guidance in these areas to the client.
  • Participate in staff meetings and trainings.
  • Prepare material for and participation in treatment conferences.  May participate in intake, assessment, discharge and follow-up treatment conferences.
  • Communicate in a timely, responsible way with other members of the treatment team for purposes of appropriate client care.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Job Requirements

    BA or BSW Degree, with some experience in a community or social service group. 
Experience working with adults who are mentally ill strongly preferred.  Good writing skills