In pursuit of its mission, CoveCare Center places the utmost importance on recruiting and retaining a highly skilled and motivated staff. In so doing, CoveCare Center seeks employees committed to working with families and individuals, and who are willing to challenge themselves to provide the best service possible. Cove Care Center takes an innovative and compassionate approach to counseling and wellness management. What sets us apart is our focus on the whole person and our individualized approach to healing and recovery. At Cove Care, we empower clients to manage their symptoms and make the changes necessary to live healthy lives. We do this in an environment that is safe and affordable. Our Mission…is to partner with individuals, families, and the community to foster hope, wellness, and recovery, and to restore quality of life by addressing mental health needs, substance use, and social and emotional issues.
Cove Care Center is proud to be an equal-opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity, Veteran status or other classes protected by applicable federal, state or local law. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. We offer you more than just a “job”. We focus on the professional development of our staff to advance the capabilities of our people. We offer a wide variety of experiences to support our employees’ professional growth and continuous learning. The agency fosters a rewarding, inclusive, welcoming diverse and positive work environment that encourages personal and professional growth. We offer flexible schedules and focus on a work-life balance for the well-being of all our staff members. We offer a comprehensive benefits package for all full-time employees.
All interested applicants should submit their resume along with a cover letter and salary requirements to [email protected]. Please be sure to include the position that you are applying for in the subject line.
Full Time Positions
The Licensed Clinician shall use psychotherapeutic skills in the provision of clinical and case management services to people with mental illness and other co-occurring disorders and shall establish and maintain contact with professionals and family advocates in the community for the purpose of maximizing services for clients. Read More
This position involves a variety of tasks required for the smooth operation of the agency including answering telephones, reception duties, and filing, typing, and organizing chart forms. Read More
The Peer Specialist in the Mental Health Clinic provides care management and support services to individuals accessing services within the Mental Health Clinic. Additionally, the Peer Specialist works in partnership with the clinical staff to facilitate engagement, communication, person-centered planning, self- advocacy and empowerment. Read More
This clerical position involves a variety of tasks required for the smooth operation of the agency including answering telephones, reception duties, filing, typing, and organizing charts, forms and medical records. Read More
The Family Support Navigator shall be assigned to work in the Family Support Navigator program. The Family Support Navigator is directly responsible for meeting with individuals and families in their homes or places of their choice in the community. Additionally, the Navigators will also have a presence in various community settings during the week to be a resource for the community. The expected outcome will be for Family Support Navigators to provide information about resources to help individuals and families connect with substance use treatment facilities, in-patient settings, community-based organizations, self-help and support groups, and managed care organizations so that the appropriate level and culture of care is provided.
The Family Support Navigator may receive calls directly from families and individuals during work hours or may be assigned to follow-up from calls that come into the Family Support Navigator message line; such calls will be dispatched by the Resource Manager and assigned to the Family Navigators based on geography. The Resource Manager will act as task supervisor to the Family Navigators. Read More
The Peer Care Management Assistant is primarily responsible for the support of the Care Management Department but may also coordinate services and supports for individuals with a primary diagnosis of severe mental illness and/or other qualifying disorders in order to help successful integration into and maintenance in the community.Read More
The Program Coordinator of Care Management is responsible for the overall running of the Care Management Program and interfacing with the area Health Homes. The coordinator supervises the work of the program staff, assists the Program Director with program development, quality assurance, and utilization review, as well as coordinates services and supports for a reduced caseload of individuals with a primary diagnosis of severe mental illness and/or other qualifying disorders in order to help successful integration into and maintenance in the community. Read More
The Prevention Educator is responsible for providing substance use services, social and emotional well-being, violence prevention and gambling education in assigned classes in school districts within Putnam County, while maintaining a positive relationship with school personnel.Read More
Part Time Positions
The Corporate Compliance Officer serves the Agency in all compliance activities, including, but not limited to, managing all privacy and compliance related policies and procedures, preparing reports, auditing and investigating related issues and reviewing monthly reports from department managers. Read More
The Parent Partner is responsible for providing in-home parenting skills training to families at risk of having their children placed in foster care due to issues such as physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, domestic violence, or substance use. Families are referred from the Department of Social Services. The Parent Partner works with families to improve parenting skills, increase self-sufficiency, and connect with resources in the community. Read More
The Social Worker shall use psychotherapeutic skills in the provision of clinical and case management services to people with mental illness and other co-occurring disorders and shall establish and maintain contact with professionals and family advocates in the community for the purpose of maximizing services for clients.Read More
Youth Peer Support and Training services are formal and informal services and supports provided to youth, who are experiencing social, medical, emotional, developmental, substance use, and/or behavioral health challenges in their home, school, placement, and/or community centered services. These services provide the training and support necessary to ensure engagement and active participation of the youth in the treatment planning process and with the ongoing implementation and reinforcement of skills. Services are delivered in a trauma informed, culturally and linguistically competent manner. Read More
The Administrative Assistant Human Resources acts under the direction of the Vice President of Human Resources performing a wide variety of administrative, clerical, and organizational tasks, assuring the smooth functioning of the Human Resources Department. This work calls for the frequent use of good judgment regarding agency policies, procedures, and respect for the confidentiality of information handled.Read More