This is an independent professional position performing assessments, service brokerage, and advocacy services for persons up to the age of 25 that experiences a behavioral health crisis that meets criteria for care coordination as a response through the Mobile Response Team. Care Coordinators works closely as a part of the Mobile Response Team staff assisting when there is a crisis call, responding when needed as an on-call advocate. The Care Coordinator identify and engage eligible individuals in services, with the goal of reducing admissions to the CSU and assuring follow-up appointment within 72-hours. The Care Coordinator links clients with community, natural, and professional support systems to meet socioeconomic and physical and behavioral health care needs, and provides psychoeducational interventions to assist in recovery and wellness. Care coordination is intended to be short term and intensive. The work is performed with a high degree of independence; however, work is reviewed through conferences, supervision and required reports. Work is performed in the community, schools, hospitals, client homes, CSU and Detox, and Meridian offices and clinics.