Howry Residential Services proudly supports children and adults from all walks of life in fulfilling their personal missions. We support people with traumatic brain injuries, developmental disabilities, and mental illness.
We deliver consumer - centered and team - oriented services.
We are a "can-do" agency that focuses on environments, effective staff and being proactive.
Our staff persons are the Crown Jewel of our service delivery.
Participate in the development of the individualized plan of care involving the client, family and interdisciplinary team.
Have skills in mental health assessment, including interviewing and screening
Have a general knowledge of disabilities and chronic illnesses that may affect client and family functioning
Develop an individualized support plan and goals identifying specific proactive and reactive strategies and distributes the plan to appropriate individuals on a need to know basis.
Maintain clinical records. Have skills in mental health management including treatment planning, general knowledge of social services, record keeping, reporting requirements, confidentiality rules, and any federal and state laws and regulations that apply to mental health.
Maintain collaborative relationships with the organizational work teams as well as collateral contacts within the community
Provide interventions, interpret service results and modify the plan as necessary
Self starter, capable of managing staff and giving directions to others and work under pressure in certain cases.
Have skills in individual or group counseling, including crisis intervention
Valid MN. LICSW
Motor vehicle, valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, good driving record
Must pass a criminal background check, driving record check
Demonstrated ability to read, write, and speak the English language at a level that meets the performance requirements
Ability to use a computer effectively, and complete word processing and data entry tasks
Available to work flexible hours and locations
Ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action
Willingness to take initiative and adapt to circumstances
Ability to develop and maintain professionally appropriate therapeutic relationships with each client and the client’s family; ability to maintain positive working relations with staff and other related persons
Ability and willingness to maintain a positive demeanor
Ability to effectively communicate with others
Willingness to respect the lifestyle choices of others, including but not limited to: sexuality, religion, and political affiliation
Ability to implement any therapeutic intervention as required
Possession of sight/ hearing senses, or use of prosthetic devices which enable these senses to function adequately
Possess good health and demonstrate emotional stability