CAPWN

Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska (CAPWN) is a Federally Qualified Health Center, one of 1,000 member of a national network of action agencies across America.  We are a non-profit community-based organization that serves low-income and those unable to meet their needs through other sources.   The agency was established in 1965 and provides programs to over 8,000 individuals, children and families in three main programs areas:  Clinical Health Services, Community Health Services, Supportive Health Services.

Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska receives funding from Health and Human Services and has Federal Public Health Services “Deemed Status” with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.

CAPWN
Aug 24, 2021
Full time
Site Location-Gering, Nebraska Full time position working 40 hours per week shift varies- 8:00am to 8:30pm  Monday through Friday Job Title : Substance Abuse Counselor (LADC/PLADC) Reports to : Co-Occurring Program Manager                  Areas of Responsibility:  The primary role of the counselor will be to facilitate groups, enter appropriate documentation, and work with the individual patients in developing goals, treatment plans, and helping patient complete their goals. Major Duties: Provision of counseling services to patients. Conducts chemical dependency assessments and treatments in accordance with agency policies and procedures along with the State of Nebraska regulations. Documents assessment, treatment, progress and interventions for each client in accordance with agency policies and the State of Nebraska regulations for chemical dependency treatment. Conducts case management, as needed, and referral services for...
CAPWN
Aug 24, 2021
Part time
Site Location-Gering, Nebraska Part time position working 20 hours Shift is 5:10pm MST to 8:40 pm MST Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Job Title: Behavioral Health Provider (LIMHP/LMHP/PLMHP) Reports to: Behavioral Health Director Areas of Responsibility: Identify, triage, and manage patients with medical and behavioral health problems within the primary care setting; provide skills training through psycho-education and patient education strategies. Major Duties: 1.    Work with primary care teams to treat and manage patients with emotional and health problems efficiently and effectively. 2.    Provides direct clinical services to mental health clients, including intake, programmatic education, individual therapy, marital therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and emergency services. 3.    Meets with clients on an emergency basis to evaluate dangerousness to self and others and make recommendations for further care. 4.    Completes intake assessment, collecting...