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Supervisor – Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

The ACT supervisor provides dynamic leadership and supervision to a multi-disciplinary community-based team. The team provides evidence-based, long-term, intensive supports to adults with chronic mental illness and co-morbid conditions. Supervises delivery of wrap-around case management, therapy, skill building, substance use, physical health, and crisis intervention services, providing a pivotal, reliable, consistent level of support to individuals at various stages of recovery through a small, shared caseload model. The team plays a central role in the lives of the program participants, many of whom have minimal natural supports. Guides collaboration and integration of primary care, specialist care, and psychiatric care into the team delivery of services. Manages all aspects of team performance, including documentation, fidelity to the ACT model, accreditation and Medicaid standards, program outcomes, and clinical development and performance of staff. Contributes to the program’s success through on the ground direct care to participants while cultivating a highly cohesive team. Works closely with other programs and service providers in the community to increase service access and to strengthen community relationships. Develops risk mitigation and crisis prevention strategies through a creative, harm reduction approach. The position provides flexibility and the opportunity to remain rooted in direct clinical work while leading a unique, interconnected team


  • LSW or LPC (OR) an LCPC or LCSW.  

  • Available to work all shifts and days to ensure proper supervision of staff and coverage. 

  • Basic computer skills.  

  • Valid IL driving license.  

  • Licensed use of a car, current car insurance and driving record acceptable to Agency insurance carrier.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Association House of Chicago does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, marital status, pregnancy, order of protection status, national origin or ancestry, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability unrelated to ability, military status or an unfavorable discharge from military service and any other classification protected by local, State, or Federal law.

Application Instructions

Please email Yvonne Rodriguez, Human Resources Coordinator with your resume and cover letter directly at

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