The Crisis Call Diversion program is a partnership between Canadian Mental Health Association in Oxford, Elgin, and Middlesex counties and the Ontario Provincial Police; the Crisis Intervention Worker will work in collaboration with callers in order to de-escalate, assess risk, provide crisis intervention, and refer callers to appropriate services. Closing: […]Continue readingCrisis Intervention Worker (Nights), Crisis Call Diversion Program (Full-time, 3-Month Contract)
CMHA Middlesex is committed to recruiting in a manner consistent with our organizational values of Accountability, Compassion, Integrity, Welcoming, Innovation, and Inclusiveness. We welcome and encourage applications from all members of our community including persons of any gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation, persons with disabilities, indigenous persons, and members of visible minorities. Applicants are assessed based on previous work experience, qualifications and commitment to fulfilling our vision; proficiency in both official languages is an asset.
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Reach Out is a bilingual, 24/7, information, support and crisis service for people with mental health and/or addiction concerns living in Elgin, Oxford, Middlesex or London. The Mental Health Worker-Reach Out Program will work in the Crisis Department responding to calls on the Reach Out Line and web chat contacts. […]Continue readingMental Health Worker (Nights), Reach Out (Full-time, Permanent)
While working as part of a multidisciplinary team in the Transitional Age Project, the Peer Support Worker lends their expertise including lived experience of a serious mental illness and/or addictions to support youth/young adults in their unique journeys toward recovery. This is a full-time, contract position which comprises 35 hours […]Continue readingPeer Support Worker, Youth Programs (Full-time, Contract)
Working overnight & weekend shifts within the Crisis Assessment Team, Relief Staff will work with individuals in crisis, to assess the nature and scope of the crisis and take appropriate action in a manner consistent with the psychosocial rehabilitation model. Closing Date: June 29Continue readingRelief Crisis Assessment Workers (Social Workers/Psychotherapists/RNs/Occupational Therapists)
Relief staff will perform nursing duties and responsibilities consistent with providing a psychosocial environment to assist with the rehabilitation and community integration of individuals in the Supportive Housing Programs. Closing date: June 24Continue readingRelief Nurses, (RN’s & RPN’s) Supportive Housing (Casual)