Case Manager/Care Facilitators

Do you have a passion for joining with people who are experiencing mental health and substance use challenges? Do you enjoy assisting people in accomplishing their goals? Are you looking for a rewarding and supportive work environment with opportunities to grow? Join Oaklawn, where hope and healing begin, in addressing the mental health needs of our community.

Who We Are
Oaklawn is the leading provider of mental health and addiction services in Elkhart, Goshen, South Bend, Mishawaka and the surrounding communities of northern Indiana. We serve 27,000
children, adolescents and adults annually through treatment that spans the continuum of care. Our services range from skills training and case management to outpatient therapy and inpatient care, specializing in complex cases.

With nearly 900 employees on four campuses, Oaklawn offers unparalleled clinical training and robust opportunities for growth. Oaklawn has led ground-breaking initiatives in children’s mental health, addiction treatment, cross-cultural outreach, housing for seriously mentally ill adults and more. Our staff have unique opportunities for advancement while working on the cutting edge of community mental health.

What We Offer
We offer competitive compensation, a full benefits package and career advancement opportunities.
Bachelor-level starting pay $18.00 an hour with $1000 sign-on bonus
Associate-level starting pay $15.93 an hour with $1000 sign-on bonus
Higher pay for bilingual staff
Mileage reimbursement
Start earning PTO the day you start
Company laptop and cell phone
Work life balance
Employee assistance program
Regular supervision to grow clinical/professional skills
What You’ll Do
Case Managers/Care Facilitators help adults in our community live healthier and more fulfilling lives through identifying and supporting their needs and goals. Case Managers/Care Facilitators specialize in:
Managing the care provided to adults
Helping adults gain access to the services they need to meet their goals
External collaboration with community partners
Primary duties include:
Evaluating the need for services
Developing and monitoring a treatment plan that supports the person’s goals
Helping obtain services needed to support goals, such as food or housing assistance, medical care, Social Security benefits, transportation, skills training, etc.
Advocating and serving as a link between healthcare providers, employers, community agencies and other Oaklawn services
Documenting all services into the electronic record
Providing client care based on level of need
Interacting frequently with the person’s treatment team including outpatient therapists, physicians, other treatment providers involved, community agencies, referral sources and other services.
Caseload expectations will take into account training, case complexity, level of frequency and/or other assigned duties
Hours may include availability in the evenings and/or weekends

Minimum Hiring Requirements:
Associate degree and two years of experience in a similar human services job OR
BA/BS in social service or a human services-related field preferred
Two years’ experience in a social service setting preferred
Must have a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance

About Oaklawn Psychiatric Center

Oaklawn is the only faith-based provider for comprehensive mental health and addictions services for children, adolescents, adults and seniors in St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties in Northern Indiana.  Intensive services have become Oaklawn's trademark—what we are known for and where much of our expertise lies. Oaklawn specializes in residential and inpatient services for adults and seniors with serious and persistent mental illness, and treatment of complex addictions. In addition, our range of services includes outpatient services, intensive outpatient programs, and a variety of community-based case management and supportive programs for all ages. Sponsored by Mennonite Health Services Alliance, it is our philosophy at Oaklawn to treat the whole person—mind, body and spirit. This commitment, along with our faith-based heritage, our excellent staff of 875, our therapeutic environment, and our innovative treatment programs, provide a unique foundation for healing and hope.