Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Central City Concern (CCC) is looking for a compassionate Psychiatric nurse practitioner (PMHNP) to join a world-class, FQHC-HCH organization with flexibility for part- or full-time employment. In this role, you will have the opportunity to support a culturally specific program, The Imani Center, providing care to African American clients seeking dual-diagnosis outpatient treatment, low-barrier SMI clients as part of their ACT teams and act as part of an integrated Primary Care mental health service line. You will also support the Old Town Recovery Center and Old Town Clinic as part of a multidisciplinary team providing integrated, specialty mental health services with a dedicated RN and Pharmacy Support Staff. CCC is committed to serving a diverse and severely at-risk patient population by providing wrap-around services, meeting each client where they are at in their journey. The majority of clients experience both mental illness and addiction challenges, some are homeless, and all have been impacted by poverty. Join a team committed to adults and families impacted by homelessness and conduct meaningful work in Portland, Oregon.
Flexible FTE options ranging from 0.6 to 1.0
Generous PTO plan beginning at 4 weeks per year at the time of hire
403(b) Retirement Savings plan with an employer match of 6.25% in your 1st year
9 paid holidays, 2 personal holidays to be used at the employee's discretion
Competitive CME time-allowance with stipend
Comprehensive Medical, Vision and Dental insurance coverage
Employer Paid Life, Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability Insurance
Serve an at-risk, medically diverse patient population
1 to 2 years of experience preferred
Where You'll Work
A state-licensed outpatient mental health and addiction treatment program for adults, Old Town Recovery Center has been a mainstay provider to Portland, Oregon's severely mentally ill for more than 20 years. The majority of clients experience both mental illness and addiction challenges, some are homeless, and all have been impacted by poverty. Services include case management, counseling, addiction treatment and medication management. Every year, 650 patients find solace and stability at the Old Town Recovery Center.
Where You'll Live
Portland is rich in character and culture, with strong neighborhood identities and community bonds that defy its population of 2.3 million. Home of the Portland Trail Blazers, "Rip City" is ranked No. 8 in the Best Places to Live by U.S. News & World Report, based on its high quality of life and thriving job market. A foodie mecca, Portland is ideally situated between waterfalls, beaches, Mt. Hood skiing and hiking trails, forests and the Columbia River Gorge.
Who You'll Work For
Central City Concern (CCC) is a nonprofit agency serving single adults and families impacted by homelessness, poverty and addiction in the Portland metro area. Founded in 1979, the agency includes nine clinics or recovery centers, where patients can access primary care, addiction treatment, mental health care, acupuncture, a pharmacy and housing and employment assistance. CCC has a staff of 900 helping more than 14,000 individuals every year to build healthy, resilient lives.
Equal Opportunity Employer including disability/veteran
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