Outpatient Clinicians Wanted!

61 years ago, an Augusta psychologist by the name of Dr. Charles Rothstein was instrumental in bringing the first outpatient services to Central Maine. Decades later, the agency that is now known as Kennebec Behavioral Health remains dedicated to Dr. Rothstein's understanding that people with mental health conditions can lead very rich lives with quality outpatient therapy.

In order to continue with our unwavering commitment, we invite you to join our team of Master’s level LCSW and LCPC Clinicians who support our clients experiencing serious emotional disturbance, behavioral health disorders, and/or substance misuse disorders. (both fully licensed and conditionally licensed individuals welcome).

Adult Case Manager - Augusta, Waterville & Skowhegan - $1,500 Sign on Bonus!

Want to be part of a dedicated team that helps adults?

Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking full time Adult Case Managers to work in our Augusta, Waterville and Skowhegan locations! As a member of our team you will work with adults with mental illness in the development & implementation of a service plan that provides clients with access to and utilization of appropriate community resources.

Homeless Outreach Peer Support - Part-Time!

Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a part-time Homeless Outreach Peer Support candidate to join our Homeless Outreach program in the Kennebec, and Somerset areas!

This position provides peer support services and consumer information for participants in the Outreach Program(s) as needed.  The Peer Support functions as an integral part of the Outreach team and performs a wide range of tasks to assist participants in improving self-efficacy, identifying strengths and needs relative to achieving goals, and promotes empowerment and participation in the service planning process. The Peer Support provides support and outreach to homeless persons in a variety of settings. Outreach efforts are to identify and engage homeless and, at times, those at risk of homelessness as needed.  These may be persons who are not interested or comfortable with traditional services or systems.  Outreach includes, but is not limited to, engagement, monitoring, supporting, securing, and linking services, mainstream resources and housing on behalf of the individual, linkage of individual into the community services system or other program staff as needed to meet those needs, and advocating for homeless services with other providers including shelters, schools, mental health, medical and social service providers.