Nomi Health was founded in 2019 as a direct healthcare company with a simple yet bold mission: rebuild the healthcare system so it is accessible and affordable for everyone. We are rebuilding the healthcare system by cutting costs, confusion, and complexity through direct contracts and payment with providers, deep data dives, and convenient patient care.
We are looking for a professional and compassionate Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)/Substance Use Disorder Counselor to join our program that provides family medicine, Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT), and coordinates comprehensive substance abuse treatment services for our patients. We are outcomes driven and have a strong focus on the integrated care of the patient through our partnerships with counseling/behavioral health facilities. We have been watching the substance abuse epidemic grow around the nation, and we are motivated to provide patient centered services that will make a difference. We are looking for someone who has the enthusiasm, creativity, and flexibility to join us in redefining the industry. As part of a rapidly growing program, you will play a key role in influencing how care is delivered to our patients and building and scaling our operation.
How you will make an impact
Perform assessments, provide recommendations for care, and work collaboratively with care team to plan and execute treatment plans.
Provide compassionate, evidence-based addiction and general mental health counseling
Lead and facilitate group counseling sessions
Ensure patient records are up-to-date, accurate, complete and well-organized
Orient patients to the treatment program’s services, operation and procedures; Provide intake/readmission services
Build relationships with organizations and referral partners to assist patients in obtaining wholistic care and obtaining referrals.
Participate in community education and life skill coaching when needed
Maintains established federal, state, and agency policies and procedures, confidentiality standards, performance improvement initiatives, safety, environment of care, productivity standards, management of information, and infection control standards.
Interacts with patients and staff in a culturally competent manner that considers factors such as age, developmental or acquired disabilities, religion and spiritual orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, indigenous heritage, national origin, and gender.
Initiates and facilitates crisis prevention and intervention; providing emergency crisis services as needed and assigned.
Participate in rotational on-call coverage to support after-hours client assistance.
Hybrid remote/in-person work schedule should be expected.
Provide Metrics and Reporting as outlined by program specifications.
Work with others to support process improvement and program development.
Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
What we are looking for
Master’s Degree in Social Work, from an accredited school
2 years experience in health care and at least two
2 years in a psychiatric setting, preferred
Full, independent licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Arizona
Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) preferred
CPR certified within 3 months of hire
Be flexible in working and supporting the changing needs and responsibilities of a start-up environment
Nomi’s journey is just starting in delivering disruptive healthcare solutions, in partnership with like-minded employers, public sector organizations, advisors (brokers/consultants), and payers/TPAs. We are dedicated to our mission to remove healthcare hurdles and rebuild healthcare the way it should have always been: for everyone.
The system must change, and we’re the ones to do it. Join us on the journey.