Continuing Care Coordinator

Why Charlie Health?
Young people across the country need our help. The sad reality is that a mental health crisis has taken hold of our most vulnerable population—leading to record levels of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and self-harm. From Manhattan to Montana, this reality is compounded by issues of access, both geographic and financial. The mental health landscape is systemically broken, and our young people are suffering as a result.

Charlie Health has set out on a mission to reimagine how high acuity care is delivered to young people and families in crisis. Our initial offering is a virtual intensive outpatient program, which places peers with similar mental health experiences and goals into customized virtual groups. Our team of masters-level clinicians lead groups multiple times per week to deliver a higher level of care.

Our goal is to help young people and families heal together. Through a combination of exceptional medical and psychological care, engaged community partnerships, and best-in-class technology, we provide an unparalleled approach to recovery support that serves individual needs in an integrated way. Join us in our mission to ensure that every young person—regardless of location or socioeconomic status—can get the care that they deserve.

About the Role
Continuing Care Coordinators help manage client-related communication and coordination with referral sources, such as hospitals, outpatient practices, schools, and governmental organizations. Specifically, they are responsible for some or all of the following: providing treatment updates to referring providers and planning discharge for clients in our care.

  1. Treatment updates to referring providers

For clients receiving care at Charlie Health, Continuing Care Coordinators may be responsible for providing consistent, high-quality treatment updates to referral sources. They may also help answer questions about their referred clients. A key aspect of this role is building trusting relationships with referral sources – Continuing Care Coordinators are expected to communicate professionally and collaboratively to deliver a seamless, supportive experience.

  1. Discharge planning

For clients completing treatment at Charlie Health, Continuing Care Coordinators may be responsible for developing a discharge plan. The discharge plan is Charlie Health’s opportunity to set the client and family up for success post-program. Continuing Care Coordinators ensure that each plan is comprehensive and clinically appropriate. Key activities include identifying appropriate aftercare resources and engaging with clients to facilitate a smooth transition.

Our team is comprised of passionate, forward-thinking professionals eager to take on the challenge of the mental health crisis and play a formative role in providing live-saving solutions. We are looking for a candidate who is inspired by our mission and excited by the opportunity to impact thousands of lives in a meaningful way.

Ensure a supportive, positive experience for clients and referral sources / external providers
Work directly with clients, families, and referral sources to understand their needs and preferences
Make accurate and timely referrals to aftercare resources for clients discharging from Charlie Health
Use and maintain a nationwide provider database to identify appropriate referral options
Make referrals using external provider’s preferred communication channels
Follow-up with clients and/or external providers to verify placement
Communicates with referral providers about new referrals and ensures that the facility/provider has all necessary information to consider a referral; assists with ensuring that all receiving providers have all necessary clinical materials and information.
Documents case management contacts in progress notes, communicates with therapists/case managers and treatment team about contact and updates on the status of discharge planning
Collaborate closely with internal stakeholders at Charlie Health (e.g., clinical team, admissions team) as needed to fulfill job responsibilities
Work closely with the Clinical Outreach and Partnerships teams to build a deep understanding of referral sources and the services they provide
Adhere to stated policies and procedures and achieve performance metrics goals
Bachelor’s degree in health sciences, communications, psychology, social work, or related field
Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience (e.g., experience in healthcare, preferably in customer / patient-facing roles such as case management, discharge planning, referral relations, admissions, or outreach)
Strong interpersonal, relationship-building and listening skills
Metrics- and results-oriented mindset, with experience working against concrete targets
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Extreme organization and attention to detail
Work authorized in the United States and native or bilingual English proficiency
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and learn quickly
Proficient in Salesforce and Google Suite/MS Office
Charlie Health is pleased to offer comprehensive benefits to all full-time, exempt employees. Read more about our benefits here.

Additional Information

The expected base pay for this role will be between $55,000 and $65,000 per year at the commencement of employment. However, base pay will be determined on an individualized basis and will be impacted by location and years of experience. Further, base pay is only part of the total compensation package, which, depending on the position, may also include incentive compensation, discretionary bonuses, other short and long-term incentive packages, and other Charlie Health-sponsored benefits.

So—what do you think?
If you’ve made it this far, well, we’re excited to meet you too. Just one more thing that we want you to remember: we pride ourselves on our meritocratic, performance-driven culture. There are lives on the line, and we have young people to save. There’s no room for complacency. Your scope of responsibility and opportunity to make a difference will be uncapped at Charlie Health, but we need your commitment that you will work tirelessly for our patients, parents, and partners. At the end of day, our team is committed to helping you succeed at Charlie Health because when you succeed, our patients succeed, and we get one step closer to solving the mental health crisis. We’re hopeful that this role will give you the experience to go and do whatever you want in life but the fulfillment to make you never want to leave our team. We look forward to solving the mental health crisis, together.

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At Charlie Health, we value being an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to cultivate an environment where individuals can be their authentic selves. Being an Equal Opportunity Employer means every member of our team feels as though they are supported and belong. We value diverse perspectives to help us provide essential mental health and substance use disorder treatments to all young people.

Charlie Health applicants are assessed solely on their qualifications for the role, without regard to disability or need for accommodation.