Program Supervisor Adult In-Home Crisis Stabilization Program

Program Supervisor

Adult In-Home Crisis Stabilization Program


Job Summary

The primary role of the Program Supervisor is to maintain the internal operations of the Adult In-Home Crisis Stabilization (AIHCS) program at The Priority Center (TPC).



  1. Ensure AIHCS fulfills all County of Orange Health Care Agency (HCA) contractual goals and requirements.
  2. Increase and expand program awareness, reputation of integrity within the community, and use of services.
  3. Nurture and develop team, fostering stability and individual growth.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in the development of new projects.
  • Directly share responsibility for the supervision of Clinicians and other program staff
  • Conduct weekly individual and group supervision sessions with assigned clinical staff.
  • Interface with billing and QI staff to maintain quality and consistency of documentation.
  • Review assessments and other clinical documentation to assure clinical standards of TPC, HCA, and Medi-Cal.
  • Strong communication skills to present ideas, information, and viewpoints, both verbally and in writing.
  • Monitors and measures client progress against treatment plans and stated goals as it applies to mental health documentation.
  • Current knowledge to coordinate treatment planning, diagnosis and case management for assigned clients.
  • Assist Program Director in personnel management, including hiring and termination.
  • Assist Program Director in coordination of new and ongoing employee training to enhance clinical skills and knowledge.
  • Assist Program Director in writing employee evaluations and conducting annual performance reviews.
  • Support goal setting and attainment of TPC and AIHCS objectives.
  • On call supervisor to provide clinical support and consultation to AIHCS clinical staff.
  • Provide clinical supervision for per BBS guidelines for ASW and AMFT hours for licensure


Supervisory Relationship

Supervised by the Program Director


Position Qualifications

  • Ph.D., Psy.D., or Master’s degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology or related field
  • Current licensure in California as an LCSW or LMFT or Psychologist.
    • Minimum two years post licensure with the ability to provide supervision to ASW and AMFT associates
  • Completion of required 15 hours CEU’s to supervise associates
  • Knowledge of County and community Mental Health resources
  • Knowledge of working with actively suicidal & homicidal clients and ability to safety plan
  • Understanding of Evidence Based practices such as CBT, DBT, etc.
  • Experience working with adults with severe & persistent mental illness preferred
  • Completion of LPS Certification (5150) within 90 days of hiring
  • Valid California Driver’s License
  • Live Scan fingerprinting required


To Apply:

Current interested staff members please submit completed Internal Job Application (attached) to Shelly Lawson at [email protected] until 7/25/2021.


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