North Coastal ACT is a Full Service Partnership Program that is in a start-up phase. The program follows the ACT model to clients in the North Coastal Region that have a severe and persistent mental illness.
Mental Health Systems, Inc. (MHS) was founded in 1978 to provide mental health and drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in an innovative and cost-effective manner. We continue to ensure that the delivery of these services conforms with the values highlighted on the cover of this directory. Our goal is to improve lives and instill hope by using new and creative treatment strategies while respecting time-proven methods of intervention.
MHS is a Drug-Free workplace therefore all staff must comply with Drug-Free Workplace requirements regarding alcohol and drug use. MHS performs post-offer substance abuse testing on all employees. MHS provides a full range of benefits to regular employees. These benefits include paid vacation, sick time, and holidays, partially paid employee health insurance, flexible spending account, paid employee long-term disability insurance, an MHS funded profit sharing plan, and an individual employee-funded 403(b) plan. Eligibility for benefits is contingent upon employment status; see MHS Employee Handbook for full details. Eligible part-time employees will receive benefits on a prorated basis.
The Program Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the program including ensuring quality of services based in the Assertive Community Treatment model. Is responsible for program operation, staffing, and success. Responsible for overall staff management, leadership, supervision, financial matters, administrative activities, record keeping, safety, and compliance with County contract requirements and the Mental Health Systems, Inc. Personnel Policies and Program manager responsibilities. Range of authority is consistent with that of MHS Program Managers.
Minimum of three years’ full time experience post Master's degree providing treatment services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness.