Community Support Program Provider (Mental Health Practitioner) - Two Harbors


 Community Support Program Provider (TCM/ARMHS)

Union Category: XI

FTE: Full Time

Location: Two Harbors, MN

Salary: $17.58 - $23.86 (Dependent upon Experience) *$2,000 Sign on bonus for all qualifying individual's*

Benefit Eligible - Yes



Community Support Providers will coordinate and provide services for adults diagnosed with a mental illness. Services may include providing ARMHS (Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services), MH-TCM (Mental Health Targeted Case Management), or a combination of both. This position will work closely with all community support services to help clients live more successfully and independently in the community. The successful candidate will work with a multi-disciplinary team of internal and external providers to assess needs and apply interventions appropriately.


-  Accept assigned referrals and engage clients to initiate services.

-  Assist in obtaining necessary assessment data, including vital signs, and participate in integrated treatment coordinating which may include treatment plans, releases of information, progress notes, and referrals to internal and external providers.

-  Arrange meetings with clients and other providers and coordinate needed client services in areas of mental health, chemical dependency, housing, financial benefits, insurance benefits, employment, transportation, education, and other basic needs.

-  Teach skills related to coping, relapse prevention, and basic household and living skills.

-  Complete functional assessments, treatment plans, and daily progress notes.

-  Maintain appropriate boundaries in a variety of settings and situations.

-  Work cooperatively with other service providers, have a strong understanding of program eligibility requirements, and be informed on referral processes for community supports.


-  2,000 hours of experience providing services to individuals with mental health or substance use disorders.

o  OR at least 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in behavioral sciences or related field AND completion or in the process of completing an internship focused on behavioral sciences or as part of a formal undergraduate or graduate training program in social work, psychology, or counseling.

o  OR a master's or other graduate degree in behavioral sciences or related field.

-  Valid Driver's License and reliable vehicle with proof of insurance.

-  Ability to submit and pass a DMV/Criminal background check.

-  Strong interpersonal and cultural competency skills.


-  Bachelor's degree in human services or related field and 2,000 hours of mental health experience.

o  OR high school diploma and 6,000 hours of mental health experience.

-  Knowledge of community resources and area providers.

-  Effective time management skills, ability to be self-directed and motivated.

-  Knowledge of employment-related skills and crisis intervention skills.

-  Experience working with adults who have been homeless or at risk for homelessness, have chemical use/abuse issues, and have been involved with the legal system.

-  Experience working with diverse populations. 


-  Flexible Scheduling

-  Supervision provided for LSWs

-  Personal Training/License renewal budget.

- Emphasis on life/work balance with manageable caseloads (agency average of 60 sessions per month). Starting on 1/1/2024 start working smarter, not longer. Have the opportunity to work 36 hours every week while still getting paid for 40 hours worked.

-  Ability to work collaboratively with team and community partners.

- Unparalleled opportunity for growth and advancement in largest, most comprehensive behavioral health clinic north of the Twin Cities. 

-  Full Benefit Package including Vacation, Sick Time, Personal Time, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and matching 401K.


FILING APPLICATIONS:  APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED OR POST-MARKED BY THE CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Job applicants must meet all minimum qualifications.  It is the responsibility of the applicant to verify that applications are on file on or before the closing date.

The Human Development Center

Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

 Minorities Encouraged to Apply