Welcome to Region 4 South Conversations, An Adult Mental Health Consortium.

Our Adult Mental Health Consortium represents five counties in west central Minnesota: Douglas, Grant, Pope, Stevens, and Traverse. Legislated stakeholders from each county meet on a monthly basis in a process appropriately named CONVERSATIONS. This group is composed of consumers, family members, county staff, vendors, and State Operated Services. Region 4 South assists and helps people avoid crisis and find appropriate services in conjunction with our goals and objectives. Our organization works to implement systemic change in the delivery of community-based mental health services for adults who have a serious and persistent mental illness.


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Substance Abuse Specialist: Region 4 South Adult Mental Health Consortium a leading provider for the past 18 years in assisting and helping people avoid crisis and get connected to appropriate mental health services has an opening for a Substance Abuse Specialist. This position will be a part of a multidisciplinary Assertive Community Team (ACT) that provides direct integrated chemical and mental health services for adult consumers who have SPMI and reside in Douglas, Grant, Pope, Stevens and Traverse Counties. Strong clinical skills, flexibility and organizational skills are desired.  All applicants must have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the social service field and have experience working with SPMI population. Knowledge about harm reduction, motivational interviewing treatment modalities and substance abuse required. $20.10-27.14. To apply, or for additional information, contact Kesha Anderson, Consortium Coordinator at kesha.anderson@r4south.org, 320-335-5100 or online at www.r4sconversations.org. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Adult Mobile Crisis Team Mental Health Practitioners: Region 4 South Adult Mental Health Consortium has on-going openings for mental health practitioners to join the Adult Mobile Crisis Team.  If you’re interested or would like more information please contact the crisis manager, Sarah Richter 320-335-5100 or sarah.richter@r4south.org.