HARP Care Navigator, Health Home

The HARP (Health and Recovery plan) care navigator works closely with clients who have been identified by the Department of Health as HARP enrolled and eligible to implement the goals identified during the intake, assessment, and reassessment process. As a direct patient care provider the HARP care navigator gathers information to complete comprehensive assessments, reassessments, participates in case conferences with other providers, conducts home visits, maintains contact with the patient’s extended family and informal support networks for coordination of care, accompanies patients to/from medical appointments, assists patients to obtain entitlements and other services. In addition, s/he monitors patient progress in utilizing services, assists the HARP care manager and other team members in implementing the individualized care plan.  Furthermore, the HARP Care Navigator is responsible to assist the HARP Care Manager with the follow ups identified on the discharge plan of any psychiatric or other inpatient stay that client may have completed. The HARP Care Navigator is expected to work closely with the HARP enrolled clients on achieving his/her HARP plan of care goals and follow up closely with Home and Community Based services (HCBS) providers to assure the provision of services identified on the plan of care and completion of those goals. Education and Certificate: Bachelor’s degree in social service or adult learning field required plus at least 3 years relevant work experience or Master’s degree in relevant field plus at least 1 year of relevant work experience.  To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: recruiting@harlemunited.org

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