Santa Rosa Behavioral Health – Santa Rosa, CA
Santa Rosa Behavioral Health is a mental health treatment center for adolescents and adults. Treatment services include screening, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, crisis intervention, consultation, education, individual therapy and group counseling. The treatment team is led by a psychiatrist and often includes a licensed therapist, psychiatric nurse, activity/recreational therapist, clinical social worker, and mental health counselors. Santa Rosa Behavioral Health specializes in the treatment of co-occurring diagnosis; a combination of alcoholism/drug use and a behavioral health issue or a mental health disorder.
- 95-bed unit, across 3 units
- 4-bed CSU
- 16-hour shifts (7 AM - 11 PM), Saturday and Sunday
- Plan to increase unit to 130 beds
- Dynamic team of therapists, social workers and case managers
- Physician must be comfortable seeing adolescent patients
- $175.00 per hour for Part-Time W-2 Employees
- Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
- Santa Rosa is a California city in Sonoma County. It's known for its wineries. The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center is dedicated to the famed "Peanuts" cartoonist. Nearby, hands-on exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County include a mini train station. Big-name musicians perform at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. To the east, trail-lined Annadel State Park features wildflowers and a lake. In California's Wine Country region, which also includes Napa, Mendocino, and Lake counties, Sonoma County is the largest producer. Distinct habitat areas within the county include oak woodland, redwood forest, northern coastal scrub, grassland, marshland, oak savanna and riparian woodland. The California oak woodland in the upper Yulupa Creek and Spring Creek watersheds in Annadel State Park is a relatively undisturbed ecosystem with considerable biodiversity. These forested areas have been characterized as some of the best examples of such woodlands. An unusual characteristic of these forests is the high content of undisturbed prehistoric bunchgrass understory, testifying to the absence of historic grazing or other agriculture.