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Handy Help, LLC is seeking motivated individuals to provide a continuum of mental health therapeutic services in the metro area for adults with a serious and persistent mental health diagnosis and/or chemical health dependency. We are a small but rapidly growing company that is committed to providing a large array of mental health services including individual and group therapy, independent living skills support, companionship support, home making services,  ARMHS services, and residential housing.

We are an agency that provides services to a diverse population and want to have staff that represents the same communities as our clients. People from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

We are looking to fill a variety of positions within the agency, including…

Direct Support Professionals

Position Status: Full Time

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota

Position Status: Full Time

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota

Handy Help LLC is seeking a Direct Support Professional first and foremost to ensure that all supervision requirements are met for their clients, in accordance with each Individual Support Plan (ISP)/Outcome.  Direct Support Professional job responsibilities include but not limited to the following:

  • Provide supervision and support to clients living in their home while assisting clients with development of basic living and social skills to meet clients’ individual treatment plan and problem solving.
  • Assist clients with their daily routines (i.e. provide eyes on meds, assisting clients with daily living skills/chores, go with the client to psychiatrist and doctor’s appointments, etc)
  • Implement individual program plans, document progress notes, and respond to service needs, while ensuring the safety and well-being of the clients.
  • Assist client with meal preparation according to guidelines set by clients’ nutritionists/clients’ treatment team.
  • Assist and support clients with shopping and maintaining a budget for groceries and food supplies.
  • Performs all job duties in accordance with established policies and procedures contained in the Policy and Procedure Manual and Employee Handbook.  This position may be considered either full-time or part-time.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. 18 years of age or older
  2. High school diploma or GED
  3. One year experience serving people with MI/CD and other co-occurring disorders preferred
  4. Eligible as determined by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the Department of Human Services
  5. Valid driver’s license and driving record that meets insurability requirements as defined by the Company’s insurance carrier
  6. Ability to read and write English
Karen-Speaking Direct Support Professional

Position Status: Full Time

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota

Direct Support Professional that first and foremost ensures  all supervision requirements are met for their clients, in accordance with each Individual Support Plan (ISP)/Outcome.  Direct Support Professional job responsibilities include but not limited to the following:

  • Provide supervision and support to clients living in their home while assisting clients develop basic living and social skills to meet clients’ individual treatment plan and problem solving.
  • Assist clients with their daily routines (i.e. provide eyes on meds, assisting clients with daily living skills/chores, go with the client to psychiatrist and doctor’s appointments, etc)
  • Implement individual program plans, document progress notes, and respond to service needs, while ensuring the safety and well-being of the clients.
  • Assist client with meals preparations according to guidelines set by clients’ nutritionists/clients’ treatment team.
  • Assist and support clients with shopping and maintaining a budget for groceries and food supplies.
  • Performs all job duties in accordance with established policies and procedures contained in the Policy and Procedure Manual and Employee Handbook.  This position may be considered either full-time or part-time.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. 18 years of age or older
  2. High school diploma or GED
  3. One year experience serving people with MI/CD and other co-occurring disorders preferred
  4. Eligible as determined by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the Department of Human Services
  5. Valid driver’s license and driving record that meets insurability requirements as defined by the Company’s insurance carrier
  6. Ability to read and write English
Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) or MSW

Are you interested in gaining real life therapy experience with direct support and clinical supervision along the way, provided by knowledgeable and seasoned LICSW’s?

Handyhelpllc is looking for Licensed Graduate Social Workers (LGSW) who are in need of clinical supervision and are interested in working with adults with mental illness and/or chemical dependency.  This exciting opportunity is for energetic and compassionate individuals that believe in people’s innate capacity to live meaningful and productive lives and wish to support them through providing individual and group therapy.

In exchange for providing therapy for a case load of four clients (4 hours a week in session), you will receive 8 hours of clinical supervision (4 hours individual and 4 hours group supervision) monthly.

For additional information or to be considered for this learning opportunity, please reply with a letter of interest that includes your formal and experiential learning history.

Mental Health Therapist

Provides individual and group therapy to clients in our residential homes or to clients living independently in the community. This position requires a Masters in Social Work. Master level students will be considered for internships.Also required is proficiency with documentation, detail oriented & conscientious. People motivated to grow professionally are strongly encouraged to apply.

Independent Living Skills Worker

Provides services to clients living in the community to  improve communication skills,   community living and mobility, interpersonal skills, behavioral support, and self-care. The position requires the ability to provide assistance, supervision and training to persons to develop, maintain or improve community living skills. Also, a successful candidate needs general knowledge of disabilities and chronic illnesses that affect the ability of a person to live independently in the community, knowledge of independent living skills management that includes service planning, general knowledge of social services, record keeping, reporting requirements and confidentiality.

Homemaker Service Provider

Provides basic cleaning and cooking help to people with disabilities who are living in the community and are not able to complete these tasks independently. The position requires skills in cooking, cleaning, and other household management capabilities. A successful candidate should have compassion for working with a variety of clients with a variety of mental health needs.

 

Companionship Service Provider

Provides companionship services to people with mental health disabilities living in the community. This position requires interpersonal relationship building skills, a sense of kindness and compassion for others, and the belief that everyone is deserving of friendships and companionship.

Please e-mail your resume with hours of availability and we will contact you to schedule an interview.

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