The Licensed Mental Health Provider and Crisis & Outreach Supervisor will assess for and provide individual and group mental health services to native community members. This Provider will also follow all guidelines as outlined in the Behavioral Health Manual. The incumbent may be tasked to work in a number of areas where mental health services are being provided to adults, adolescents, and children and to respond to clients in crisis within the community. In addition to their mental health counseling responsibilities the Licensed Mental Health Provider will also have responsibilities as a Crisis & Outreach Supervisor. This will include being the primary clinician responding to clients in crisis and will include supervisory tasks for Certified Peer Support Counselors. This position requires the provider to be flexible with work hours based on the services needed within the Lummi Nation.