Universal Community Behavioral Health, Inc. services began in 1999 and since that time, we have served communities by offering professional counseling, psychiatric services, crisis intervention, and case management services for children, adolescents and adults. Crisis Intervention Services collaborate with mental health professionals and community partners to achieve a positive outcome for the person in crisis. Our services advocate for a positive resolution and assist all individuals through the crisis event.
Our Centre County Crisis Intervention Services team has an immediate Full Time, Evening Shift position for a Mobile Crisis Counselor. Position requires working every other weekend and travel 50% of the time. We offer generous Paid Time Off benefits, Excellent Health Benefits, an Employee Discount Purchase Program, 401k with employer match, tuition reimbursement and more! Learn more by contacting Human Resources at 814-364-2161. We also invite you to join us on Wednesdays for Open Interviews between 8:30am and 3pm. (If planning to attend Open Interview, please complete on-line application for this position prior to attending.)
Mobile Crisis Counselors engage with individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Services provided include verbal de-escalation, crisis resolution, suicide risk assessment and prevention, referral collaboration and supportive counseling. Crisis Counselors work closely with Police, Emergency Rooms, and Mental Health Providers. Counselors are required to be professional, empathetic, detail oriented and support recovery. This is an excellent opportunity to learn the mental health system and improve clinical skills while making a difference in the Centre County community.