RADIAS Health employs a variety of clinicians. Come be a part of our team! A general overview of some of the clinical roles:
- Case Managers organize, facilitate, and evaluate care options to best meet an individual’s mental, physical, and emotional health. Case Managers strive to achieve holistic client well-being by advocating for their needs, identifying providers, and ensuring services are cost-effective.
- Certified Peer Support Specialists promote hope and recovery by sharing life experiences and lessons learned as a person in recovery, assists consumers in advocating for themselves, and provides supports needed to assist each individual as they work toward their goal of recovery.
- Lead and Clinical Lead Mental Health Practitioners oversee group homes or manage programs in partnership with Program Directors (depending on the program). These individuals are involved with treatment planning and coordination of care for individuals served, providing support to staff, and working with ensuring houses/programs operate efficiently.
- Mental Health Counselors support residents in maintaining independence by teaching independent living skills, administering medications, promoting community integration, and assisting with goals.
- Mental Health Practitioners provide treatment services to promote recovery and community integration. Practitioners develop treatment plans, provide crisis intervention, assess needs of individuals served, and assists in achievement of goals.
- Mental Health Practitioner Co-Occurring Disorder Specialists provide treatment services to promote recovery and community integration of individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. Some responsibilities include conducting drug and alcohol assessments, crisis intervention, individual and group interventions related to substance use and abuse, with a focus on prevention and harm reduction. Co-Occurring Disorder Specialists work with individuals served to assess needs and assist in achievement of their goals (focus on dual diagnosis individuals).
- Mental Health Practitioner Vocational Specialists have the lead responsibility for integrating vocational goals and services with the tasks of all team members. Responsibilities include helping individuals served develop goals, seeking competitive employment in the community, and participating in other practitioner tasks.
- Mental Health Therapists provide individual therapy, performs diagnostic assessments, and guides the coordination of services. Therapists develop individual treatment plans in conjunction with individuals served and other people as indicated. They provide mental health services and supports to assist adults with mental illnesses achieve their rehabilitative, resilience and recovery goals.
- Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders. Psychiatrists are qualified to assess both the mental and physical aspects of well-being.
- Registered Nurses provide and coordinate patient care and educate patients and the public about various health conditions.
- Street Outreach Practitioners provide outreach to, and case management services for, homeless people likely to have mental illness and substance use disorders in Ramsey County. They engage new clients, and connect adults and families to appropriate services and resources like benefits, supportive services and housing.
RADIAS Health participates in E-Verify: E-Verify Participation and Right to Work.