FBH Clinical Care Coordinator

Job Locations US-WA-Olympia
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/10/2023 9:50 PM)
Job ID
# of Openings
Behavioral Health
USD $28.99/Hr.




(Serving Thurston County)



Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for a Clinical Care Coordinator to join our team of innovators who explore and develop new approaches and implement novel strategies.  Our teams provide individualized, creative and flexible services, infused with evidence-based and evidence-informed strategies.  


We are a values-driven organization, providing family-oriented behavioral health care for children, youth and families, provided primarily in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Aberdeen, Bremerton, Burien, North Tacoma, Tukwila, Olympia, University Place, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ almost 600 energetic and compassionate employees.

Compassion Diversity Strength-Based-Approach  Social-Justice & Our Staff!



  • Starting Pay Range: $28.99 - $32.24 per hour
  • Availability Pay for providing youth & families coverage after hours: $75.00 per pay period (2 times per month)   


  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Retirement Pension
  • 12 Paid Holidays and 1 person Holiday per year
  • 3 weeks' Vacation per year
  • 12 Sick-days per year
  • Life Insurance (1 times annual salary)

Training and Supervision:

  • Extensive training in multiple clinical approaches as well as training in other areas
  • Daily and weekly supervision and support with your Clinical Supervisor



  • Provide intensive and strength based therapeutic mental health services and supports to children, youth and families in the community including: assessing for immediate safety and stabilization needs, treatment plan development, safety and crisis planning, child and family team meeting facilitation, on-going assessment and evaluation of current treatment planning strategies, goals, and outcomes.
  • Meet and engage the family communicating compassion, support, respect and enthusiasm for them and your role as a helper.
  • Provide and/or arrange necessary crisis response and stabilization services, completing and communicating the safety/crisis plan with family and others.
  • Respond to crises in a prompt, effective and collaborative manner.
  • Prepare the family for next steps in the intervention (e.g., team development, planning process, natural supports, etc.).
  • Customize helping approaches to fit the family’s uniqueness, personality, culture and interest.
  • Brainstorm and negotiate strategies that build on child and family strengths.
  • Consult with clinical supervisor, mental health specialists and others as needed and incorporate recommendations.
  • Meet productivity and documentation standards using collaborative problem-solving strategies to ensure complete, accurate and strength-based documentation for all children/youth and families served.
  • Provide and/or facilitate the provision of a range of therapeutic responses that support the overall plan (including individual and family therapies).
  • Utilize parent/family expertise in problem solving around specific needs.
  • Modify and adjust individual intervention techniques for each situation without changing the direction of the plan.
  • Facilitate placement into foster care, as needed, while ensuring necessary paperwork is completed and notifications made.
  • Facilitate others, including a team, to implement the plan from beginning.
  • Reevaluate, modify, and redesign plan based on new information.
  • Inspire confidence in the child, family and other team members about their strengths and ability to transition successfully.
  • Arrange and negotiate a process for ongoing formal and informal services and supports.
  • Create and practice a plan for aftercare supports and response post CCS involvement.
  • This position will participate in an on-call rotation with other Clinicians and Clinical Care Coordinators.
  • This position will be based out of FBH Olympia/Shelton/Yelm office, designated site(s) will be communicated by FBH Olympia leadership team. This position requires scheduling flexibility to meet the needs of youth and families served. The services we offer will be provided in community-based settings and in family homes.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

A full job description may be shared with candidates selected for interviews. 



  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, behavioral sciences or equivalent, accredited degree. 
  • Experience serving children and/or families (e.g. mental health, social services, education).
  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively within multi-cultural situations. 
  • Energetic, innovative style with the ability to engage children, youth and family members in services
  • Enthusiastic and optimistic approach, encouraging ongoing participation of all involved
  • Natural ability to work with others through a genuine strengths-based approach, appreciating unique qualities and assets of all involved
  • Passion for helping families stay together.
  • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.
  • Ability to visually assess safety within family homes. 
  • Ability to meet with clients and colleagues in homes and community locations.
  • Ability to drive to our family homes within the community with reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.
  • Preference for a flexible schedule rather than a traditional, fixed, 8-5, Monday through Friday, facility-based position.
  • Should be able to participate in on-call rotation responsibilities, which will be discussed in our screening process. 
  • Applicant must successfully pass required background clearances prior to an offer of employment.
  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.
  • Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.



With economic engine anchored by state government, Olympia enjoys the benefits of a stable workforce, engaged and educated community, with well-supported top-notch schools and higher education. Enjoy all the area has to offer:

  • Olympia, "handcrafted" is a way of life. People are intentional and passionate for their craft. Local makers create one-of-a-kind experiences for visitors to enjoy form artisan cheese and fresh apple cider to handmade saps and intricate illustrations. And must not forget, the talented chefs as well as skilled roasters of fair-trade coffee, brewers of handcrafted ales and a maker’s of very fine wines. 
  • From the local waters of the Puget Sound, to the many hidden inlets, rivers and lakes, the Olympia region is a waterfront paradise.  Boardwalks are boundless in Olympia and can make you feel (almost) like waking on water. Olympia has over 40 public parks available for your recreation enjoyment.  

To apply by uploading your resume and to answer a few questions, click on: For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Clinical Recruiter, at 

Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors. Internal candidates please apply with an updated resume and answer a few questions through the CCSWW Career Site, Internal Applicant Portal. 

Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


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