To make a measurable and positive difference in the lives of older youth and young adults (ages 16-23), who are coping with a mental health or substance abuse diagnosis, as they transition to adulthood. To ensure quality community-based care to young adults, coordinating them to services and support. Care Coordinators work with young adults to design a wellness plan that is intended to help build the skills needed to improve health, promote wellness, attain personal goals and enhance the overall quality of life. Using a strengths-based and individualized approach Care Coordinators help young adults to develop skills for independence, leadership, confidence, and empower them to take ownership of their lives and achieve their goals.
Education/Training: Associate’s Degree in the areas of social work, psychology, sociology, or criminal justice required. Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree preferred.
Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to organize work and manage time efficiently. Able to relate to young adults and set appropriate boundaries. Energetic, outgoing, positive attitude, self-starter, creative, and a team player.
Experience: Some prior experience in working with youth and/or young adults with mental health either as an employee or volunteer is required. Must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license, state minimum auto insurance, and must meet Lad Lake, Inc. driving standards.
Lad Lake Benefits
- Up to 16 days of PTO a year
- 8 paid Holidays
- Casual dress
- Company-paid training/ongoing professional development opportunities
- Medical Benefits
- Opportunities for advancement
- Tuition reimbursement
- 401k contributions
- Employee Assistance Program
- Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Employer