Orients clients to program philosophy, expectations, services available, treatment process, rules and regulations, client rights, and other pertinent information. Provide services in a supportive, confidential, and culturally competent manner to reduce the stigma associated with accessing behavioral health services. Meet with clients and complete documented psychosocial assessment. Identify potential problem areas appropriate for treatment planning. Participate in the development of a comprehensive treatment plan. Coordinate medical, behavioral health, and specialty care visits. Track and monitor progress and make appropriate referrals and linkages to ancillary services and community resources. The position requires Bachelor's degree or higher in a social service discipline. Certification or certification-eligible by Medicaid as a case manager. Minimum two years of case management experience. Ability to work some evening hours, as required by department needs. Valid Florida Driver's license with reasonable driving record. Successful completion of Level 2 background screening.