This is a work from home position.
Adult Mental Health Initiatives (AMHI) funded by the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services are regional collaborations charged with overseeing adult mental health services and funding to counties and tribal governments in their area.
The 7E Adult Mental Health Initiative (AdultMentalHealth.org) serves people in the counties of Chisago, Isanti, Kanabec, Mille Lacs, Pine, and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwa.
With the closure of Regional Mental Health Treatment Centers in the early 1990s, counties were encouraged to develop partnerships with neighboring counties to plan for and develop acute care and community-based mental health treatment for those who had been served by the state hospital. Over time, this has resulted in 18 regional county initiatives. The AMHI’s continue to monitor, evaluate and reconfigure their service models while each county retains its role as the local mental health resource.
The Adult Mental Health Initiative Planner position is contracted through Resource Training & Solutions providing professional advisory and service facilitation to the Region 7E Adult Mental Health Initiative (AMHI). Direct management and oversight of this position is by the Region 7E Adult Mental Health Initiative.
The planner oversees and implements the coordination, development, and monitoring of the array of services authorized by the initiative to support persons experiencing serious mental health problems in order to achieve self-sufficiency and to enhance their contributions to the community.
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