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Mental and Brain Health Services Screening Specialist

  • Five years of experience providing mental and brain health programming or adult mental health focused case management to adults in support of their psychological well-being and readjustment.
  • Two years of military/veteran experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, mental health counseling, human services, social work, rehabilitation counseling, or related mental health field.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Mental & Brain Health Services is an integral part of ensuring Alumni and Family Support Members are connected to resources that promote healthy living, while removing barriers to care, and acting as the conduit to the collaborative efforts of internal teammates and external WWP partners. The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Mental & Brain Health Services Screening Specialist is the primary point of contact for Warriors and Family Support Members interested in mental and/or brain health services. The Screening Specialist serves as subject-matter expert and resource in the planning, coordination, and execution of and participation in mental health programs at Wounded Warrior Project throughout the organization. The Screening Specialist provides wounded warriors with comprehensive screening, needs assessment, and coordination of internal and external resources to support these warriors and enhance their resiliency and psychological well-being. 
 
 
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PROFESSIONAL DETAILS

Title
MSW
Location
Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington
Specialty
Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology, Counselor, Mental Health, Rehabilitation Psychology, Social Work
Job Type
Permanent
Board Certification
No
On Call
No
Compensation
Telemedicine
No
Government
No
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