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Crisis Response Supervisor

Bear River Mental Health is a comprehensive mental health agency with a dynamic multidisciplinary team of over 100 professionals, having provided quality mental health treatment since 1977 in Cache and Box Elder counties!!  Located just 80 miles north of Salt Lake City, and nestled in a picturesque community, the rural setting of Cache Valley & Box Elder communities is a great place to work, live, and raise a family. The area is home to nearby skiing and mountain-based adventures, along with other outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, fishing, or just exploring, and has a great deal to offer with an abundance of cultural and recreational opportunities.  The possibilities are endless.   For more information about Cache Valley and Brigham City, go to:



Position Description: Supervise a tri-county Crisis Response System for providing outpatient and mobile CRISIS response to adults, children and families in their home or in another community setting with the goal of reducing the risk of harm to self or others, minimizing the impact of the crisis on the individual, and connecting them to other helpful resources when applicable, including physical and/or mental health services.   Coordinating crisis and response services with local police, substance abuse, hospital, and other applicable agencies assisting with the crisis or subsequent service. Provide community education around crisis response services.  Ensure appropriate data tracking of the crisis response program, and timely and accurate submission to State agencies.  Attend assigned community networking meetings.  Supervise Stabilization services providing short-term services in teaching families skills to improve family functioning and to create plans to prevent future crisis, to help ensure the family’s long-term success.  Supervise Receiving Center services and staff.

May provide assessment and diagnosing for treatment planning and risk assessment; Individual, group, and family therapy to improve the client’s emotional and mental adjustment and social functioning; Individual and group behavioral management, including stress management, relaxation techniques, assertiveness training, conflict resolution, and behavior modification; Completion of mental status, competency, and sanity examinations; Division of Health Care Finance evaluation and form completions (M-20 and Form 1); Consultation and education services under contract; and Limited individual or group skills development. Participate as assigned in daily crisis rotation services.

May coordinate, assess, link, and/or monitor through face to face, telephone, or written communication with the client, or applicable family member or service agency staff with direct involvement in providing or assuring the client obtains necessary access to community services.

Provide case consultation to colleagues and/or consultation and education services, not under contract, in the community. Complete up-to-date quality service documentation, including accurate time sheet records with appropriate service codes, progress notes, assessments, and treatment plans, etc. by 30 minutes past closing of the next business day from the date of service, in the Center’s automated clinical records system. Obtain approval from immediate supervisor on all leave taken. Monitor dashboard for errors and warnings on a daily basis and correct deficiencies as needed in a timely manner. Attend supervision appointments and team and organization meetings as scheduled. Maintain an automated schedule, reflecting the FTE availability within Center hours, in order to be consistently available to Center staff and clients. Prepare materials for individual and group meetings. Attend trainings within and outside of the Center for job development. When assigned, supervise staff who are seeking clinical licensure, which includes case reviews, case documentation, oversight of clinical treatment, ethical standards and practices, maintaining supervision records, etc.


  • Knowledge of confidentiality and ability to maintain strict compliance with confidentiality of all client and Center sensitive information.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of mental health treatment, and of community resources available to the mentally ill.
  • Teaming skills for effective and cooperative interoffice relations, and for working with others in client treatment.
  • Computer literacy and skills for operation of automated medical records, email, scheduling, etc.
  • Timeliness with schedule including arrival to work, whereabouts, attendance at meetings, and client appointments.
  • Document exact and “to the minute” for billings and time sheet entries.
  • Positive attitude related to job expectations, supervision, Center policies and procedures, etc.
  • Ability to behave ethically and to understand and maintain appropriate boundaries with clients and staff.
  • Flexible hours to meet client and Center needs, including potentially functioning on the 24-hour crisis rotation team.
  • Conduct tasks in a safe manner, uphold Center safety policies, and report safety issues to appropriate sources.

Job Requirements: Master’s degree or Ph.D. in psychology, social work, marriage and family therapy, or professional counseling from an accredited university. Clinical independent license required.

Wage:  $74,394/year – $83,693/year, depending on licensure and experience.

Supervisor Stipend:  $9,865/year

Full and excellent benefits. See benefits booklet at www.brmh.com under Careers tab. Additional reimbursement of $543/month if hired for Spanish skills. National Health Services Corps student loan repayment program also available. EOE.

CLOSE DATE:  7/19/2024

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Facilities and restrooms are accessible to individuals with developmental disabilities. Special accommodations may be provided prior to or during treatment upon request by contacting (435) 752-0750.

Bear River Mental Health Services, Inc. is a National Health Service Corps approved site.

No one will be denied access to services, due to inability to pay, age, race, color, national origin, language, cultural background, marital status, developmental disability, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, or religion.

There is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available for those who qualify.