At Cityblock Health, our mission is to radically improve the health of communities. We integrate services to address physical, behavioral, and social needs together, delivered through care teams some of which are mobile and field-based to make healthcare more accessible, supportive and goal-driven for the people who need it most.
Every aspect of the Cityblock care model is carefully designed to focus on our members, engaging and empowering them to own and improve their health through trusted relationships. Through, interdisciplinary care teams, we are flexible in how we deliver care, meeting members where they are, and together developing and working longitudinally through a personalized and integrated Member Action Plan (MAP). The care team collaborates to support each members whole health and social needs. Enabled by custom-built technology, we build capacity, deliver care and dramatically change members opportunities and outcomes.
Partnering with community-based organizations and a well-respected commercial partner in North Carolina, and backed by the top healthcare investors in the country, we are reorganizing the health system to focus on what matters to our membersand leading the move from transactional, fee-for-service medicine towards high-value, relationship-based partnerships.
In this role, you will partner with the Regional leadership team for North Carolina to develop and implement a portfolio of behavioral health services that address the needs of the communities we serve, and are integrated within our larger Cityblock care model. You will also provide direct services to members, who face economic and social challenges in addition to having mental and physical health needs. You will be associated with our North Carolina clinical hubs, primary care practices whose teams provide both hub-based and community and home-based services. Your work will sometimes be field-based, extending out in the surrounding neighborhood and community. You will work alongside and will be supported by, a care team associated with each member. It is integral to our care model that we meet people where they are, both physically and emotionally.
As a Regional Behavioral Health Lead, you will help develop and implement programs for our members with behavioral health concerns. You may work with a small panel of members to improve their health holistically. You will provide a necessary bridge to ongoing behavioral health services in the community, will be accessible for crisis management from a behavioral health perspective, will support existing services (i.e. outpatient mental health or substance use treatment), and will be an accessible resource to both members and their care teams. Additionally, you will provide oversight for our Manager of Behavioral Health and Wellness, as well as clinical support for our psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychiatrists, and Behavioral Health Specialists.
Additionally you will work with our Market Community Partnerships Leads to help develop and foster relationships with behavioral health providers and supports in the communities we serve. You will also work with the Market Network Manager to develop a high quality Cityblock network of behavioral health providers and help to improve their quality and accessibility over time.
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