Career Opportunities at Meridian

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59 Career Opportunities at Meridian Behavioral


New Posting Dietary Aide | Gainesville | #31856 | 8.20
Gainesville, FL32614
This position will cook, prepare and serve meals to the residential/inpatient programs which include minimal record keeping, following menu guide, preparation of special diets and housekeeping of the kitchen area while following infection control standards.

New Posting Clinician - MIST | Gainesville | #31840 | 8.20
Gainesville, FL32614
This is a senior, advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. Services are provided in a variety of settings to clients ranging from mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff provides supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

This position will be dedicated to the School District in addition to providing services in homes and housed on-site. This role provides liaison services to clients and their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers. Responsibilities include individual/family/group counseling, appropriate referrals, and discharge/transition arrangements including follow up appointments. Clinician may also be involved in obtaining authorization for services and concurrent review for continued authorization for services.

This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. Services are provided for clients presenting mild to severe symptomology. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

This position will be dedicated full-time to the Schools District and housed on-site. This role provides liaison services to clients and their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers. Responsibilities include obtaining authorization for services, concurrent review for continued authorization for services, individual/family/group counseling, appropriate referrals, and discharge/transition arrangements including follow up appointments.

This is a professional clinical position that reports to the Forensic Director to provide clinical function as a member of a Co-Responder team consisting of a behavioral health clinician and a sworn officer of Alachua County Sheriff’s Department. Majority of time will be spent with Law enforcement as ride along to intervene in community situations or crisis where Mental Health Issues are predominant issue. Assist the client to help prevent arrest or involuntary mental health inpatient stay. This position will include focus on individuals identified as high utilizers of crisis stabilization units, emergency rooms, and the Alachua County Jail. This person must be able to work independently and have the ability to work well with other agencies, such as the courts, jails, and community partners.

This is an independent professional position performing assessments, clinical evaluation, crisis intervention, and brief treatment services in the community for families who are involved with child protective services or child protective investigations. The therapist provides brief interventions to assist families to manage stressful individual and family situations, with the goal of resolving the current situation and also strengthening the family’s skills and natural and community supports to cope with stressful situations more effectively and to promote family stability. Services may be provided in the home, schools, or other community settings. Services are offered in thirteen counties within North Central Florida. Families must be referred to Meridian by Partnership for Strong Families, and in order to meet their required response time, some evening or weekend work may be required. This program is a short-term intensive service model, generally two to three weeks’ duration for each family served. This work is performed with a high degree of independence; however, work is reviewed through conferences, supervision and required reports. When not providing direct services to families referred by child welfare for the short-term program listed above; this position will also conduct biopsychosocial evaluations and treatment plans through the Centralized Intake Screening program. The primary focus will be to asses and link clients to available follow-up services internally and providing assistance in linking to community services after assessment is completed. Assessment duties are inclusive of emergency intake and evaluation services for both voluntary and involuntary adults and children.

This is a professional position that works closely with an interdisciplinary team to assist in providing and coordinating services in an acute care inpatient setting for clients, their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers.

New Posting Dietary Aide | Gainesville | #31788 | 8.20
Gainesville, FL32614
This position will cook, prepare and serve meals to the residential/inpatient programs which include minimal record keeping, following menu guide, preparation of special diets and housekeeping of the kitchen area while following infection control standards.

New Posting Specialist - Operations/Administration
Gainesville, FL32614
The Health Information Specialist coordinates and maintains all patient records within the center, in accordance with state and federal regulations. This position is responsible for processing and fulfilling requests for copies of medical records in a timely and efficient manner while ensuring accuracy and providing our customers with the highest quality product and customer service. The Health Information Specialist performs quality checks on the electronic medical record (EMR) and must at all times safeguard and protect the patient’s right to privacy by ensuring that only authorized individuals have access to the patient’s medical information. This role requires a high level of analytical, computer, and communication skills. Work is performed under the supervision of the Director of Health Information Management.

This is a professional position that works closely with an interdisciplinary team to assist in providing and coordinating services in an acute care inpatient setting for clients, their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers.

This is a mid-level management position responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operation of the Food Services department in a manner consistent with Meridian’s strategic plan and mission. The Director is to ensure that the function they oversee is adequately and consistently staffed, is managed in accordance with professional and/or contractual, regulatory or legal standards and Center policy/procedure, and performs to the level specified for Food Service in the annual plan and/or budget. The Director oversees several dietary line staff and at times supportive employees which are Meridian clients. The Director will do all necessary dietary consults with Meridian clients across the agency. The work requires the use of independent judgement and initiative in carrying out day-to-day duties and responsibilities and is performed under the direct supervision of a Vice President.

Manages the office of the Housing Program while also assisting in a variety of administrative matters. Duties include providing administrative, secretarial and other support functions as well as managing correspondence and activities among the Housing team, Housing Vice President, clients and other community stakeholders. Work requires a thorough understanding of Center policies, procedures, programs and services. The employee in this position must be able to work and make important decisions independently while maintaining appropriate discretion at all times.

This is an advanced professional clinical position conducting biopsychosocial assessments for clients who either present at the Crisis Stabilization Unit and/or Emergency Room for substance related crisis. This position will also conduct Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) assessments in addition to SBIRT trainings to community stakeholders as well as individual and group therapy.

This highly professional position is responsible for administering, planning, organizing, and directing multi-components for multiple(services within the addictions and mental health programs. Duties include clinical supervision (including supervising registered interns to achieve licensure), budgeting, management of staff and service delivery within the program, liaison to agencies in the community served by the program, compliance with contracts and regulatory authorities and participation in Center wide initiatives. Provide direct care where needed. Work is performed under the supervision of the Vice President for Outpatient and Recovery Services.

The position responsible for providing clerical and supportive services to assist in identifying veterans in need of services as well as assisting in helping families obtain and maintain housing and other program needs. The position provides outreach and engagement services throughout our service areas within emergency shelters, homeless shelters, feeding programs, park other places, and places frequented by the homeless individuals. This position will also perform screenings to determine if identify veteran families meet eligibility requirements of the SSVF program to including verifications of eligibility and file documentation. In addition to screenings the specialist will also be responsible for making referrals/service linkage of those individuals and families who are in need of emergency services and/or those families who are not eligible for services. The Assistant Supportive Service Specialist will also be participating in weekly Outreach/Tabling activities in areas frequent by individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The staff will be responsible for timely service provision; ensuring adequate and timely documentation and coordination of service. In addition, the position will provide additional services to ensure program documentation for data reporting purposes. Services will be provided in Alachua, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Putnam, Suwannee, and Union.

This is a professional supervisory position responsible for the day-to-day operational oversight of Meridian’s Acute Care services. Specific areas of responsibility include oversight of operation of the Crisis Stabilization Units (Gainesville and Lake City), the Addictions Receiving Facility and the on-unit clinical, discharge and therapeutic services. This professional has administrative oversight of the provision of services on these units and is responsible for transitional care, utilization review and utilization management. The VP for Acute Care Operations will ensure that the goals and objectives of the Meridian’s strategic plan are monitored and obtained, quality of services are maintained, service projections are attained and that new services are developed and implemented. The work requires specialized management, financial, and business expertise. This position requires the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out duties and responsibilities. The VP for Acute Care Operations works closely with Meridian’s Chief Medical Officer and Assistant Director of Nursing and the Vice President for Access and Admissions as they define protocols for referral, clinical, psychiatric, medical and nursing practice and patient care. This professional is to ensure that those practices and protocols are fully implemented by all staff. It is the responsibility of this position to ensure that care is safe, effective, person-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. This position reports to the Chief Clinical Officer and will be an active member of Meridian’s management team.

New Posting PRN Custodian | Gainesville | #39206 | 7.20
Gainesville, FL32614
This is routine manual work performing custodial assignments in Center facilities and grounds. Under general supervision, perform a wide variety of custodial and maintenance duties in order to provide a clean, orderly and safe environment; and perform related work as required. This position is reviewed through reports and observations and has potential exposure to blood and body fluids. Personal protective equipment may be needed while performing some of these custodial duties.

New Posting Peer Specialist | Various locations/Schedules | QTR1
Gainesville, FL32614
This is a very important position, in that a Peer Specialist has a perspective of individuals coming to receive treatment services that few professionals have, experiencing and receiving treatment services in treatment settings. It is not uncommon for people with similar lived experiences to offer each other practical advice and suggestions for strategies that professionals may not offer, or even know about. Those personal experiences are what makes the Peer Specialist and empowering helper, through the sharing of their stories of recovery and their willingness to share tools they have used to succeed. Peer Specialists provide hope, support, education, and assist persons served in seeing that they are more than their disorder. Substance use and Mental Health Peer Positions are available in many of our programs including Mobile Response, OTP, Homeless Recovery, Case Management, Family Services, Forensic, Crisis programs and Substance Recovery. We generally have part time and full time positions available in Gainesville, Lake City, Lake Butler, Chiefland, Live Oak and surrounding areas.

This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.

This advanced professional counseling position provides clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. A typical client may have a mild to severe disability and/or substance use addition. It is essential that the clinician is able to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

This position will be dedicated to the School District in addition to providing services in homes and housed on-site. This role provides liaison services to clients and their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers. Responsibilities include individual/family/group counseling, appropriate referrals, and discharge/transition arrangements including follow up appointments. Clinician may also be involved in obtaining authorization for services and concurrent review for continued authorization for services.

New Posting Case Manager- Children | Gainesville | #31430 | 7.20
Gainesville, FL32614
This is an independent professional position performing comprehensive assessments, service brokerage, and advocacy services for severely emotionally disturbed adults and/or children and their families. The Case Manager works with other professionals from numerous community organizations as well as with Center staff. The work is performed with a high degree of independence; however, work is reviewed through conferences, supervision and required reports. This position involves managing a caseload of severely emotionally disturbed children and/or adults.

Serves as liaison between client relations units and functions as a team leader for a particular unit. The work required the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out duties and responsibilities of maintaining a professional office setting, and the ability to provide clerical support on all levels within the Center. This position requires heavy public contact.

This is a highly professional clinical position for the Recovery Center (An 18 bed residential program for adolescent males and females ages 12-17 years old). This program provides respite services as well as co-occurring treatment services to males and females within the Recovery Center facility. The candidate will work as part of a dual diagnosis team of professionals providing both mental health and substance abuse treatment in a residential facility. The candidate must have the knowledge, skill and ability to complete intake, orientation, bio-psychosocial assessments, treatment plans, and work with a myriad of personalities while working in a highly structured residential facility. The candidate must also have the ability to present psychosocial educational groups, process groups and individual sessions to child consumers in pre-contemplation, contemplation and stage one of recovery.

New Posting Substance Use Technician | 7.2020
Chiefland, FL32626
This is a moderately advanced position in MAT services that conducts drug screening on patients in the MAT clinics, putting patient information into the lab site, printing up lab results, putting these results in Tower (as applicable) and creating the billing in patients’ EHR. Monitoring hall and parking lot activity, discouraging loitering while promoting compliance with individual and group attendance is a daily task of this position

This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services specifically for children, adolescents and their families. Services are provided for clients with mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

This is a professional counseling position providing direct and indirect customer care through the Outpatient Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program. The Counselor III should have a passion for working with individuals and groups and having the ability to build professional, empathic and caring relationships with consumers served. In addition, the must be able to provided effective, efficient and appropriate direct clinical services to promote recovery and assist client's success in the community. Duties include completing admissions, bio-psychosocial assessments, treatment plans, and providing counseling in group format.

Serves as liaison between client relations units and functions as a team leader for a particular unit. The work required the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out duties and responsibilities of maintaining a professional office setting, and the ability to provide clerical support on all levels within the Center. This position requires heavy public contact.

This position will be working in a clinic setting. This role provides liaison services to clients and their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers. Responsibilities include obtaining authorization for services, concurrent review for continued authorization for services, individual/family/group counseling, appropriate referrals, and discharge/transition arrangements including follow up appointments.

A Therapist for the Community Action Team (CAT) provides clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. It is a self-contained team that provides comprehensive, intensive, community-based treatment to families with children and youth at risk of out of home placement due to mental health disorders. This advanced professional position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. A CAT Therapist is expected to be an advocate for clients and interact with clients in a manner that reflects cultural sensitivity. Their purpose is to not only provide clinical treatment, but also help assure the clients rights are protected, report any abuse and/or neglect as mandated by law.

This position will be dedicated full-time to the Schools District and housed on-site. This role provides liaison services to clients and their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers. Responsibilities include obtaining authorization for services, concurrent review for continued authorization for services, individual/family/group counseling, appropriate referrals, and discharge/transition arrangements including follow up appointments.

This is a professional position assigned to the Outpatient Psychiatry Department which is responsible for carrying out daily business operations of the Outpatient Psychiatry clinics in a manner consistent with Meridian’s Strategic Plan. The Practice Services Coordinator works closely with the VP of Medical Practice Management and the CMA/Medical Services Supervisor to ensure proper patient flow according to Policy and Procedure, in all Outpatient Psychiatry clinics spanning a ten county catchment area. The Practice Services Coordinator focuses on providing a positive customer experience while enhancing the relationships between the consumer and the business. The work requires skills in client relations, intra and interdepartmental communication and competency in/with technology and related devices, including telehealth video screens, and messaging systems.

This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), Nurse Manager or physician. The LPN provides medication administration, wound care, patient and family education and historical data collection. Documents care provided in the clinical record. The population served includes children and adults. OSHA Statement: This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids.

Shift assessment, intake RN assessment/admission full and screening, and d/c assessment, obtain, assess and disseminate necessary information, incident reports based upon interviews as needed, nursing assignments, peer evaluations to assist RN Shift Supervisor.

This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of an RN, RN Shift Manager, physician or designated delegate. In addition, documents or assists with completion of documentation. This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. 15-minute client checks, therapeutic activities, vital signs, 1:1’s if required, care and custody, snacks and food ordering, hygiene supplies, other assignments as directed by RN; Detox Unit – calls for appointments, maintains wait list. Willing to be an active participant in client restraints, as needed.

This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a various 24/7 treatment programs. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program.

Assists the Director of Nursing Services in directing the activities of licensed and non-licensed personnel who provide health care and nursing services throughout Meridian. Manages the Acute Care Services on a 24-hour/ 7 days per week basis. Coordinates administrative and nursing functions at the CSU to improve patient care and to disseminate Meridian’s goals for each unit/shift. Assists with hiring and disciplinary actions. Directly manages the Nurse Managers and act as a resource for Nurse Managers and Acute Care Services staff and functions.

This position is highly responsible for following-up on clients who are stable and already on maintenance medications. This person will be an advocate for clients and interact with clients in a manner that reflects cultural sensitivity. Assure clients rights are protected and report any abuse and neglect. Work is performed under the protocol of a Center psychiatrist and is directly supervised by same.

This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a various 24/7 treatment programs. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program.

This position is highly responsible for following-up on clients who are stable and already on maintenance medications. This person will be an advocate for clients and interact with clients in a manner that reflects cultural sensitivity. Assure clients rights are protected and report any abuse and neglect. Work is performed under the protocol of a Center psychiatrist and is directly supervised by same.

This is an independent professional position performing comprehensive assessments, service brokerage, and advocacy services for severely emotionally disturbed adults and/or children and their families. The Case Manager works with other professionals from numerous community organizations as well as with Center staff. The work is performed with a high degree of independence; however, work is reviewed through conferences, supervision and required reports. This position involves managing a caseload of severely emotionally disturbed children and/or adults.

This is advanced professional clinical work primarily conducts, biopsychosocial assessments and treatment planning for clients who present for Biopsychosocial services/intake. Centralized Intake screener is responsible for linking clients to available follow up services internally and providing assistance in linkage to community services after assessment is completed. Assessment duties are inclusive of emergency intake and evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.

The Family Intervention Specialist (FIS) functions as substance abuse treatment system experts and representatives to child welfare. FIS provide adult substance abuse outreach, screening, intervention, therapeutic support and case management. FIS do not function as the primary treatment counselor. Their role is to serve as a consultant to, and coordinator with, child welfare and a motivator/supporter for families. FIS may be co-located with protective investigation workers, and shall maintain close contact with protective investigators and other child welfare workers. FIS maintain caseloads of up to 35 families. This position functions as a consultant and coordinator with protective service providers and the primary therapist. The Family Intervention Specialist provides resources, education, and motivational counseling to the client to promote family safety, prevent consequences of substance abuse on families under protective supervision or at risk of being under protective supervision by reducing drug and alcohol abuse, support parents/caregivers in completing case plans for permanency and reunification and recovery. This position often requires community-based services and a flexible schedule that will allow for work outside of normal business hours.

This is routine manual work performing custodial assignments in Center facilities and grounds. Under general supervision, perform a wide variety of custodial and maintenance duties in order to provide a clean, orderly and safe environment; and perform related work as required. This position is reviewed through reports and observations and has potential exposure to blood and body fluids. Personal protective equipment may be needed while performing some of these custodial duties.

This position is responsible for providing great client care as the first contact for persons seeking inpatient Crisis Stabilization and Detox Services and assists throughout the admission process. Provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of the Director of Emergency Screening with significant training oversight by the Director of Access Center. Position requires heavy customer contact, teamwork skills, diligence in documentation, as well as independent critical thinking to manage sometimes multiple customer needs at the same time. This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids.

Supervises and coordinates activities of nursing personnel on each unit, on an assigned shift, promoting high quality of care; assesses the needs of clients and ensures services are consistent with needs.

The Certified Medical Assistant provides patient care in community mental health clinic setting under the direct responsibility of a licensed physician. Clinical skills performed are within the scope of a Medical Assistant as defined by Florida Statutes 458.3485, and Meridian Policy and Procedure. The CMA may also perform clerical, insurance and medical record functions. *Occasionally expected to float/travel to other clinics as needed for staffing.

The Family Intervention Specialist (FIS) functions as substance abuse treatment system experts and representatives to child welfare. FIS provide adult substance abuse outreach, screening, intervention, therapeutic support and case management. FIS do not function as the primary treatment counselor. Their role is to serve as a consultant to, and coordinator with, child welfare and a motivator/supporter for families. FIS may be co-located with protective investigation workers, and shall maintain close contact with protective investigators and other child welfare workers. FIS maintain caseloads of up to 35 families. This position functions as a consultant and coordinator with protective service providers and the primary therapist. The Family Intervention Specialist provides resources, education, and motivational counseling to the client to promote family safety, prevent consequences of substance abuse on families under protective supervision or at risk of being under protective supervision by reducing drug and alcohol abuse, support parents/caregivers in completing case plans for permanency and reunification and recovery. This position often requires community-based services and a flexible schedule that will allow for work outside of normal business hours.

Manages the flow of medical services in the each of the residential programs under the Vice President for Residential Services including the MIST, Bridge House, Recovery Center, SAPP and VetBridge Programs.

This licensed mid-level management position oversees a modified Assertive Community Treatment team that serves individuals who are experiencing homeless in conjunction with mental, substance use, or co-occurring disorders. The role of the director is to ensure that the program s/he oversees is adequately and consistently staffed, is managed in accordance with professional and/or contractual, regulatory or legal standards and center policy/procedure, and performs to the level specified for that unit in the annual plan and/or budget. The work requires knowledge of the ACT model and ability to coordinate and facilitate the work of an interdisciplinary team that includes a psychiatrist or ARNP, registered nurse, therapists, care coordinators, and peer specialists. The work requires the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out day-to-day duties and responsibilities and is performed under the direct supervision of a Vice President or Senior Vice President position.

This is a highly professional position responsible for coordinating care management services for an assigned group of clients. This person will be an advocate for clients and interact with clients in a manner that reflects cultural sensitivity. They will assure clients rights are protected and report any abuse and neglect.

This is a highly responsible position in the Center’s Senior Management Team. The Vice-President is responsible for managing the Adult and Children’s Outpatient Behavioral Health and Specialty Programs in four clinics in the southern portion of the Meridian service area. This will involve the coordination and overall supervision of these programs. The role of the Vice-President is to ensure that care is safe, effective, person centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. He/she is expected to interact with stakeholders, internal and external, and to represent Meridian’s management team to these stakeholders. This highly professional position is responsible for administering, planning, organizing and directing multi-components for multiple programs within the outpatient programs. Duties include clinical supervision, budgeting, management of Staff and Service Delivery within the Program, liaison to agencies in the Community served by the program, compliance with contracts and regulatory authorities and participation in center-wide initiatives. The Vice President participates in program development, market analysis, grant writing efforts, verbal presentations and quality projects. The Vice President works with the Senior Vice-President, the COO, and the CFO as well as others to ensure that the goals and objectives of the strategic plan are monitored and obtained, quality of services are maintained, service projections are attained and that new services are developed and implemented. The work requires specialized management, financial, and/or business expertise. The work requires the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out duties and responsibilities.

This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.

Serves as liaison between client relations units and functions as a team leader for a particular unit. The work required the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out duties and responsibilities of maintaining a professional office setting, and the ability to provide clerical support on all levels within the Center. This position requires heavy public contact.

This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care in a residential substance abuse treatment program. The LPN provides medication administration, wound care, patient and family education and historical data collection.

This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services specifically for children, adolescents and their families. Services are provided for clients with mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.

This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.