Lincoln CountyNewport 97365
Full Time
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Wraparound Coach

Lincoln County
Full Time 1000 per week 36 SW Nye St, Newport, OR 97365, United States


Your job in the department is to . . . 

Coach Wrap Care Coordinators on the ten Wraparound principles, four phases of Wraparound, and the activities/facilitation components associated with each phase of Wraparound. Provide Care Coordination to an assigned caseload.

Your job also involves . . .

Providing training and quality management functions by implementing outcome tools and measurements for the Wraparound Program. Collaborating with community partners involved in Care Coordination. 

Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities
Typical Qualifications

Minimum Education Level


Specifics: With major coursework in psychology, social work, counseling or relating behavior science, and 1000 hours of clinical work.

Minimum Experience Level

Two- Three years 

Specifics: Clinical/treatment experience in behavioral health field. 

Substitution Note: Any satisfactory combination of education, experience and training that clearly demonstrates the ability to perform the work as determined by the Director. 


Certification(s) required

Specifics: Classified as a Qualified Mental Health Associate, within 30 days of appointment Certified in Wrap Facilitation through Portland State University or Vroon within 6-months of appointment.     

Driver’s License 

Oregon Driver's License required

Specifics: Must be obtained within 30 days of appointment. 

Desirable Qualifications:  Bilingual and/or bicultural competencies for Latino population. 

Knowledge of:

  • Childhood development and complex mental health needs of children, youth, and families.
  • Wraparound principles, phases, and associated services with each phase of Wraparound.
  • Care Coordination duties.
  • Quality Management functions in a fidelity program.
  • Coaching strategies. 
  • Mental Health documentation. 

Skill or ability to:

  • Apply critical thinking to complex issues.
  • Use personal computers and a variety of communication tools.
  • Assess individual needs of those you are coaching
  • Maintain accurate and complete records.
  • Communicate with individuals having behavioral health needs, their families, service providers, and the public.
  • Evaluate behavioral health needs and develop individual treatment plans.
  • Work as a team member.
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing to a wider range of audiences, including youth, their family members, professional colleagues, supervisors, and directors
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with individuals and groups who come from diverse backgrounds and represent members of the public, coworkers, and/or vendors.
  • Convey information, ideas, and facts both orally and in writing to supervisors, colleagues, and individuals, inside and outside the county, using language and a format the audience will best understand.   
  • Effectively relate well with others, including supervisors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the county. Exhibit a professional manner in dealing with others and working to maintain constructive working relationships.  
  • Take personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work. Show up to work on time, and follows instructions, policies, and procedures. Meet productivity standards, deadlines, and work schedules.