Residential Discharge Planner
We care for our team members with great benefits, a thriving company culture and a chance to change lives daily. At Lifewell, our mission is to provide life changing services and life changing careers.
As a Residential Discharge Planner you will be responsible for ensuring that appropriate discharge plans are in place prior to residential discharge and appropriate clinical services are coordinated for our clients, to support the successful transition in the community setting and reduce the risk of readmission.
In addition you will educate clients and support staff on housing options, treatment options, and community resources, available to clients when leaving residential treatment. (housing, group counseling, individual counseling, PCP, behavioral health medication management, 12 step meetings, supported education, employment services, peer support certification, psychosocial rehab, etc.).
If you are dependable, caring and compassionate and find motivation in helping our clients through their recovery, apply now! At Lifewell, we promote from within and foster an environment that encourages career growth and development.
We care for our team members by providing:
- Competitive compensation with quarterly incentive pay for clinical and medical team members
- Excellent healthcare insurance
- Multiple medical, dental and vision plans and no-premium options for team members and their family
- A variety of Life, Disability and Worksite benefits
- Engaging Wellness Program with opportunities to earn Wellness incentives
- Generous time-off (3 weeks in 1st year)
- 10 paid Holidays
- 403(b) retirement plan with company match
- Child Care Discount program
- Employee Assistance program for team members and their family
- Team member perks and discounts
- Bilingual stipend
- A High School Diploma/GED and three years of relevant experience in a behavioral health setting; OR
- An Associate’s degree and two years of relevant experience in a behavioral health setting; OR
- A bachelor’s degree in the behavioral health field; OR
- A non-behavioral health field bachelor’s degree and one year of relevant experience in a behavioral health setting.