Banner Health is looking for a Peer Support Specialist to join our Whole Health Clinic Team!
We have opened a free standing integrated physical & behavioral health clinic on 5th & Wilmot to provide a wide range of services that address the whole health needs of individuals with mental illnesses.
The clinic hours are Monday through Friday 8A to 7P and Saturdays from 8A to 12 Noon.
We are looking for a certified Peer Support Specialist with behavioral health experience and someone who familiar with the resources that are available in our community.
Join our team and see what wonderful opportunities we are offering in behavioral health!
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Join our nonprofit faculty practice plan associated with the University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine in Phoenix and Tucson. Our 800-plus clinicians provide primary and specialty care to patients at highly ranked Banner - University Medical Centers and dozens of clinics while providing mentorship to more than 700 residents and fellows. Our practice values and encourages the three-part mission of academic medicine: research, teaching and excellent patient care.
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This position serves on an Adult Recovery Team (ART), within a licensed behavioral health/physical health integrated outpatient care environment, assisting patients to enhance their recovery and help promote client wellness and self-direction in an outpatient setting and in the community. This position also will provide support to patients to effectively navigate the behavioral health system and assist in providing skills training and personal assistance to empower patients.
High school diploma/GED or equivalent working knowledge.
Requires current certification as a Recovery Support Specialist.
Familiar with behavioral health community resources and is able to appropriately interact with individuals who have a range of mental disorders.
Bachelors degree and at least one year of full time behavioral health experience or has an Associates degree and at least two years of full time behavioral health work experience preferred.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.