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Program:         Healthy Minds Alliance
Position:          Mental Health First Aid Training Coordinator
Reports to:       Host Site (The Josselyn Center) Supervisor

 Healthy Minds Alliance Mission: Healthy Minds Alliance is a community-based approach to the mental health crisis utilizing evidenced-based gatekeeper programs such as Mental Health First Aid to train community members on how to prevent, detect, and support people with a mental illness. 

 Purpose of Position:The AmeriCorps Member at The Josselyn Center will serve as a coordinator of Mental Health First Aid and additional versions of the program in the community, market the program to the community, and certify members of the public. The AmeriCorps Member will be trained as an instructor in the Mental Health First Aid program(s).

 Responsibilities include:

  • Participate in designated Mental Health First Aid program instructor training (Date & Location TBD)
  • Reach out to local communities for course participants, as well as recruit and engage community partners
  • Market the program through press releases, social media and informational sessions
  • Establish and foster relationships with community mental health agencies as partners and resources
  • Disseminate Mental Health First Aid certification classes in area communities
  • Market the program through press releases, social media and informational sessions
  • Track each participant certified through pre- and post-evaluations
  • Submit evaluations as directed by Health360 and the training entity
  • Advertise courses to the public as designated training site
  • Establish and foster relationships with community mental health agencies as partners and resources
  • Serve as a resource to course participants on an ongoing basis
  • Respect the privacy of course participants, colleagues and others, including the responsibility to protect personal information
  • Advocate for mental health awareness by promoting the principles of the course whenever possible
  • When needed, grant writing to support mental health-focused activities
  • Participate in AmeriCorps large service project
  • Participate in monthly calls held nationally by Health360
  • Assist The Josselyn Center with ongoing mental health community initiatives and events

 Experience Preferred:

  • Personal and/or professional knowledge of mental health topics
  • Strong teaching and/or training skills and experience, especially with adult learners
  • Understanding of mental health issues and resources
  • Skills and experience facilitating diverse groups and creating/maintaining a positive, effective learning environment
  • Knowledge about mental health resources in her/his community and state
  • Positive attitudes towards individuals with mental illnesses
  • Enthusiasm for reducing the stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness and addiction disorders

 Details and Benefits include:

  • Complete a 10-month commitment to begin as scheduled with The Josselyn Center, specific dates will be determined*
  • Full-time AmeriCorps position – 1,700 service hours – 40 hours per week, 5 holidays, 2.5 personal days
  • AmeriCorps Members receive a $13,992 stipend for their service – paid biweekly = 22 checks
  • $6,095 Education Award upon completion of service commitment (1,700 service hours)
  • Bachelor’s Degree required

*Term of service is limited to a maximum of 12 months with approval by Health360.

To submit your resume for this position, please email:

Bernadette Kaleta, LPC
The Josselyn Center
[email protected]

Healthy Minds Alliance does not discriminate against applicants/ members on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetic information.  Reasonable accommodations during recruitment and service are available upon request through the contact below.  Request deadlines are determined on a case by case basis. “A proud member of the AmeriCorps national service network”

Are you a skilled Billing Specialist that is looking to work for an organization that is making an impact in communities around the Chicagoland Area?

ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1951, our mission has remained unchanged over the years. The Josselyn Center provides affordable mental health services that make lives better for our clients, their families and the community. Located in Northfield, Illinois, we deliver comprehensive services on a sliding fee scale to help our clients, many of whom are low-income. The Josselyn Center services include outpatient therapy, psychiatry (including tele-psychiatry), case management, supported employment, wellness, outreach, family resources and a therapeutic summer day camp. Clients come from more than 60 communities across northern Cook and Lake counties. The Josselyn Center is the only outpatient psychiatric provider to Medicaid recipients in a 375 square mile area.

ROLE

The Josselyn Center is looking for an Billing Specialist that possess attention to detail, prioritizes customer service and is a strong problem solver. A successful candidate will have an intense commitment to be extremely organized, be oriented towards supporting people and delivering high customer satisfaction, be able to analyze data and provide thoughtful conclusions and suggestions, be a strong team player and be adaptable in the face of change and growth.

It is an exciting time to join the Josselyn team as the organization has expanded its reach and opened a new location in Waukegan this spring. The Billing Specialist role will be responsible for providing billing support for both the Northfield and Waukegan locations.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Demonstrate ability and knowledge in operating medical billing software. Preferred experience in Trizetto and CIS.
  • Proficiency with Medicaid Billing and familiarity with Rule 132 billing regulations
  • Check insurance, Medicare and Medicaid payments to compliance with any contract discounts
  • Required to complete the the full process of filing electronic insurance claim submissions from inputting claim to completion of payment posting
  • Responsible for patient insurance benefit verification
  • Verifying and creating fees sets for each client
  • Responsible for communicating with client regarding their financial responsibility and payment obligation
  • Will follow up on any unpaid claims within standard billing time frames
  • Will call any insurance companies regarding any discrepancies in payments if necessary
  • All accounts will be reviewed for insurance or a patient follow up as needed
  • Answer all facility/patient/insurance inquiries pertaining to assigned accounts in a timely manner
  • Keep abreast of any changes in payer requirements and notify supervisor as needed
  • Manage all patient information to make sure it is updated and to assure accuracy
  • Complete initial and subsequent credentialing process for Josselyn providers as required by commercial payers, Medicare and Medicaid
  • Familiarity with the credentialing process for IMPACT, PECOS and CAQH systems
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office-Excel and Word

Job Type: Full-time

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please email Josselyn Clinical Director, Michael Scholl, LCSW, at [email protected].

The Josselyn Center, a Community Mental Health Center in Northfield, IL, is looking for a volunteer front desk receptionist. The Front Desk Receptionist assists the full time staff receptionist by representing The Center and serves as the first point-of contact for clients, community partners and visitors to the Josselyn Center.

Responsibilities:

  • Answers a multi-line phone and directs calls
  • Greets clients and visitors and directs them to the appropriate staff member
  • Answers questions about the center and provides forms when necessary
  • Provides feedback on strengthening and streamlining front desk processes
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

Strong client service focus, pleasant manner, patience, problem-solving ability, dependable. Retirees with a passion for providing quality mental health services to adults, teens and children are valued and encouraged to apply.

The Josselyn Center is looking for someone to volunteer their time 10*15 hours per week, M-F, three-hour shift from 9:00am to 5:00pm., or evenings and Saturdays.

If interested, please email your cover letter and resume to: [email protected].

We are actively seeking additional Volunteer Psychiatrists to donate their time and expertise.

These heroes donate four hours a month seeing clients at our Northfield office. They allow us to provide mental health services to additional low-income or uninsured clients each year.

We truly cannot do it without you! We are so grateful for your gift of time and talent!

Become a Josselyn Champion!

Contact Michael Scholl, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services at 847-441-5600, ext. 146 or [email protected]