The social work coordinator develops and maintains a therapeutic relationship with the participant to optimize participant functioning by providing quality services in conjunction with the interdisciplinary team. The social worker will conduct initial, sixth month and as necessary, face to face biopsychosocial assessments with each of the participant’s strengths and limitations. The social worker develops an individualized life plan with the participant identifying his or her goals and implementing interventions to assist with achieving their goals. The social worker always works within an interdisciplinary team, collaborates with team members and advocates for the participant when necessary. The social worker is expected to make home visits when necessary and communicates with supervisors and other team members when there is a change in mood and or behavior. The social worker assists with concrete services and helps the participant adjust to difficult life challenges such as medical conditions.