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Licensed Group Home Administrator
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
Will insure training of all staff in the group homes on the DHEC regulations, DDSN policies and procedures and all required agency training
Updated 30+ days ago
Medical Billing Specialist
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
Extensive knowledge of medical billing/coding, electronic recordkeeping, provider credentialing
Updated 30+ days ago
Benefits Specialist
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
Benefits pursued will include Social Security Disability/Retirement, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicaid, Medicare, EBT/SNAP (food stamps), and pharmacy patient assistance.
Updated 30+ days ago
Housing Coordinator
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
comFind JobsFind ResumesEmployers / Post JobPost your resume Sign in What:Where: Advanced Job Search job title, keywords or company city, state, or zip Housing Coordinator Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc. (MIRCI - Columbia, SC Function: Under general supervision organize, direct, and coordinate a supportive housing program for persons with mental illness, along with managing the properties owned and/or operated by the agency.
Updated 30+ days ago
Licensed Mental Health Professional
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
We are currently seeking a Licensed Mental Health Professional for a growing Behavioral Health Agency!
Updated 30+ days ago
Representative Payee
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
By assisting clients with the budgeting process, in collaboration with case managers, this program ensures that benefit payments are used to meet the clients’ basic needs: rent, food, medication, and utilities.
Updated 30+ days ago
Billing Specialist
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
Extensive knowledge of medical billing/coding, electronic recordkeeping, provider credentialing
Updated 30+ days ago
Licensed Program Coordinator
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
Examples of Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of laws, regulations, policies and procedures relevant to therapeutic recreation.
Updated 30+ days ago
Direct Care Staff
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCIColumbia, SC
Direct Care Staff
Updated 30+ days ago
Homeless Youth Outreach Worker
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCI)Columbia, SC
Function: Under general supervision of the Youth Project Director, and in coordination with the Homeless Outreach Coordinator, engages in daily outreach to those in the Midlands who are homeless to provide assistance with securing food, shelter, clothing and referrals to other supportive services with focus on youth/young adults in the 17 to 24 year age range.
Updated 30+ days ago
Social Worker / Counselor for New Youth Program
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCI)Columbia, SC
Must have a SC Licensure of LPC, LPC-I, LISW-CP, or LMSW and 2 years of experience in a clinical counseling program.
Updated 30+ days ago
Housing Specialist
Mental Illness Recover Center, Inc (MIRCI)Columbia, SC
The Housing Specialist will organize and maintain the Supportive Living Program.
Updated 30+ days ago
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