UHC Solutions Expands its Behavioral Health Recruitment Capabilities
Ryan Gardner from Bonita House called and said, “We were recently awarded a contract from Alameda County. Bonita House submitted our RFP on how our team could help the county fulfill their “vision” to better deliver behavioral health services to the patient population. I now have a critical need for a number of mission-driven Licensed Clinical Social Workers and other Behaviors Health Leaders.” Ryan went on to say, “There is a lot on our plate right now working out the details of the program. Our team needs 12 positions filled in the next 90 days and we will need 12 more later in the year. We need to extend our recruitment efforts to UHC.”
Bonita House in partnership with the county had developed a unique crisis response team utilizing both behavioral health specialists in conjunction with the county’s first responders. This delivery model frees up valuable resources for a joint solution called CATT (Community Assessment & Transport Team). UHC took on the challenge to find mission driven behavioral health professionals that would thrive in a fast paced environment working directly to where help is needed most…..a patient in crisis.
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