Care Coordinator

  • Job Tracking ID: 512937-705143
  • Job Location: Fall River, MA
  • Job Level: Entry Level (less than 2 years)
  • Level of Education: 2 year degree
  • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
  • Date Updated: September 30, 2019
  • Years of Experience: Less Than 1 Year
  • Starting Date: ASAP

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Job Description:

Stanley Street Treatment and Resources (SSTAR) is a recipient of a MassHealth Community Partners five-year grant designed to partner with the state’s ACO’s and MCO’s to integrate and improve health outcomes for members. The SSTAR Community Partnership includes HealthFirst and Greater New Bedford Community Health Centers as well as Fellowship Health Resources and Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.The program will seek to foster communication and care coordination across medical and behavioral health, long-term support services and social determinants of health.Staff involved in this program have the opportunity to apply for student loan reimbursement.

The Care Coordinator is responsible for providing Care Coordination Activities for Engaged Enrollees/Members in SSTAR Care Management Program. The Care Coordinator provides information regarding aftercare, education for clients, coordination of referrals and follow up.




  1. The Care Coordinator works closely with treatment team to collaborate care for members.
  2. Meet with members in the community including but not limited to homes, residential and treatment programs.
  3. Acts as liaison between the agency, enrollee and outpatient providers, community resources and supports.
  4. Assist client in assessing appropriate resources, programs and supports including completion of necessary paperwork.
  5. Facilitate education sessions (individual and group).
  6. Document in an electronic health record member’s information, activities, care plans and services.   
  7. Complete a Comprehensive Assessment and Care Plan for every engaged member.  Work with Primary Care Providers on Care Plan approval.
  8. Facilitate follow up calls.
  9. Participates with total staff to implement program objectives and philosophy.
  10. Attend meetings and trainings as required.




Experience and Skills:


  1. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

  2. Experience with treatment of enrollees with chemical dependence and/or psychiatric impairment.

  3. Ability to function effectively as a treatment team member.

  4. Evidence of good health, grooming and professional conduct.

  5. Possess awareness of own strengths and limitations.

  6. Direct care positions require two years of continuous sobriety for individuals in recovery.

  7. Bilingual preferred.


Job Benefits:

Medical, Dental, Vision, 403B Retirement Plan, Company paid Short Term Disability and Life Insurance, Generous Time off accrual system, Pet Insurance and AFLAC