Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network is a community health facility in Central Texas providing services and supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance use disorders. We serve McLennan, Bosque, Falls, Freestone, Hill, and Limestone counties.

Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network provides a quality work environment for all current and potential employees. We recognize the importance of having employees who enjoy where they work and whose main goal is to care for the people we serve. If you are interested in working in a fast-paced, high-energy environment improving the lives of people in your community by providing exceptional service in behavioral healthcare and developmental disabilities, apply today to join our team. Our goal at Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network is to promote an environment of quality customer service in which staff work with pride, integrity, and commitment, and are valued for their individual worth and contribution.

Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network strives to develop and equip all staff with Trauma-Informed Care knowledge and competency-based skills. Trauma-Informed Care means treating the person as a whole, taking into account past trauma and the resulting coping mechanisms when attempting to understand behaviors. Our goal is to provide effective treatment as well as improving the quality and impact of care.

Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network values who we are and who we serve. We recognize that each person is different, with different skills, background, knowledge, and experience. As a result, Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network is committed to fostering an open, inclusive, and supportive environment that welcomes and embraces diversity in all forms.

Case Managers serve as the primary point of contact at Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network for a caseload of adults diagnosed with serious mental illness. Duties involve assisting clients develop their personal recovery plan, completing clinical assessments to determine needs and measure progress, making referrals to other agencies, providing skills training to help clients achieve their personal goals by learning to better manage symptoms of their illness. Case Managers provide crisis intervention. Case Managers provide services in the office and in the field, helping ensure clients physical needs are being met and helping facilitate access to things that are important to success in their behavioral health treatment. To effectively perform duties, Case Managers need strong organizational skills, computer skills, and consistent ability to demonstrate compassion and collaboration with clients, families, staff within the agency and community partners.

Salary: $45,000-$49,500 for Bachelors level / $48,150-$52,965 for Masters level DOE

Depending on location a regional stipend of $5000 will be added


Position 283: 2010 S LaSalle Ave Ste A Waco TX

Qualified and verified years of experience may result in an increased starting rate of pay.

Paid Holiday

Paid PTO

Paid Health Insurance

Paid Dental

Robust Retirement Plan

Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network is a qualified local government entity that may qualify employees for the Public Student Loan Forgiveness Plan (subject to certain requirements and guidelines being met by the employee based on this government program). There is no guarantee of this program for all employees.


Department: Adult Mental Health Units
This is a full time position

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