Manager of Support Services

The Manager of Support Services connects individuals with AdHoc’s victim services, provides initial assessments, provides group therapy services, facilitates and coordinates community mental health workshops and makes referrals to other counselors for intervention services for individuals who struggle with grief, violent behaviors or poor coping skills. This position reports to AdHoc’s President and works collaboratively to develop programs and grow the organization’s footprint in the field of mental health services. This position will also be responsible for developing data-driven community programs. Will assist with expanding service in both Kansas and Missouri.


Specific Duties:

  • Coordinate client services with Community Resource Advocates, Grief Counselors, Program Managers, and any other care involved with the client to provide a solid network of support and treatment on behalf of the client.
  • Provides onsite crisis intervention, develop screenings, and assessments for clients referred.
  • In coordination with contract counselors, provides consultation and reviews Individual Treatment Plans for each client that incorporates the patient’s health care needs, case management needs, and treatment. Reviews clinical issues and program policies and procedures and provides progress reports to President.
  • Collects client level data through interviews, case history and/or observational techniques and client surveys; evaluates data to identify causes of problems and to determine proper therapeutic approach or referral to other specialists. Accurately and in a timely manner maintain appropriate case files through the preparation of treatment plans, discharge plans, progress notes etc.
  • Supports quality management and program evaluation activities by providing statistical information on program activities as requested by President.
  • Follows up to determine the reliability and validity of treatment used; makes recommendations regarding modification to services and service delivery.
  • Implementation of evidence-based interventions.
  • Public speaking engagements as needed, i.e. (schools, vigils, foundations)
  • Work with the President to develop community programs and workshops related to trauma and mental health services.
  • Provide educational workshops and materials for clients struggling with anger, depression, and trauma associated with violence based on a harm reduction model, for an individual, group and family basis.
  • Help develop, coordinate and or identify resources that support client treatment plans, self- help programs, and residential facilities.
  • Consult with community agencies and families to maintain coordination in the treatment process.
  • Document client progress to maintain a permanent record of client activity according to established policy and procedures.
  • Implements grant goals, objectives, activities, quality management and outcome evaluation processes for victim services assigned. Assists in the continual development, fundraising, implementation, and refinement of AdHoc’s mental health services.
  • Track insured and uninsured clients. Work with President to develop Insurance Billing system and process.
  • Supports the mission and vision of the AdHoc Group Against Crime.
  • Operates as a team member of AdHoc; supporting other staff members when needed.
  • Other duties as assigned by President when required for the smooth operation of AdHoc and/or its Administrative functions. Perform other duties as assigned that are related to behavioral health programming.


AdHoc Group Against Crime places a high value on these thought patterns exhibited by its employees: flexibility; critical thinking; creativity/innovation; resiliency; accountability; leadership; social responsibility; altruism, integrity; and excellence in all work carried out on behalf of the agency mission to serve its constituents.


  • Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related behavioral health field.
  • Minimum 5 years of directly related experience.
  • MO and/or KS licensure as LCPC, LPC, or LCSW.
  • Must have good interpersonal skills with ability to relate to clients from diverse backgrounds.
  • Experience in providing both group and individual therapy.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience providing state-approved clinical supervision preferred.
  • Experience in program development


Competitive Benefits and Compensation Package.


Application Instructions: Please send a cover letter and resume to

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