Behavioral Health Response
  • 17-Jun-2019 to 16-Aug-2019 (CST)
  • Operations
  • St. Louis, MO, USA
  • Full Time

Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life, FSA, 401k, PTO

The Community Engagement Liaison will work alongside the Community Relations Team in creating and facilitating community trainings. The Community Engagement Liaison will be responsible for identifying specific community partners to engage and facilitate the necessary actions to implement, educate, promote and report grant-funded activities that enhance BHR's position in the community. Building community partnerships can include but are not limited to, St. Louis Mental Health Board providers, school personnel, churches, probation & parole, court system and educating key stakeholders about services. The Community Engagement Liaison will also provide community education and training regarding BHR's mission to help bring awareness of adult services and increase utilization of the adult helpline. As needed, the Community Liaison will also function as part of the outreach team and will provide immediate clinical face-to-face crisis intervention services to any adult 19 and older who resides in the St. Louis City catchment area.



  • Provide community education and training programs on the adult helpline to St. Louis City community partners.
  • Create adult helpline Fact Sheet and distribute marketing materials promoting the services.
  • Represent BHR to consumers and the community regarding the adult helpline.
  • Collaborate with St. Louis City School Districts, churches, probation & parole, court system, community agencies and MHB providers to coordinate trainings/presentations.
  • Track and report on monthly training activities to report to MHB.
  • Attend community events, media promotions and resource fairs to promote the adult helpline.
  • Able to train and provide engagement strategies in working with a diverse population.
  • Work with Follow-up Program Manager and Follow-up Coordinators to understand Follow-up Program Procedures.
  • Gain knowledge of current MHB providers programs to aid in community training.


Experience and Skill Required

  • Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling Psychiatric Nursing and/or related field. Provisional or Licensed Clinician Preferred.
  • One year of CIC experience preferred.
  • Strong training and/or presentation skills.
  • Must be willing to have a flexible schedule, which may require weekends and early morning/evening hour commitments to promote the adult helpline.
  • Knowledge of Community Resources and Follow-up Program.
  • Ability to write clinical documentation, conduct mental health assessments and develop client treatment plans.
  • Must work well individually and with co-workers as part of a team.
  • Time-management and strong organizational skills.
  • Strong verbal, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Self-motivated and innovative thinking.


For consideration, forward a cover letter and resume to

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