Coordinate all treatment aspects of a client’s drug and alcohol treatment program. Serves as a professional staff member and/or team leader of an interdisciplinary team and is responsible directly to the Clinical Service Supervisor for the coordination and continuity of care from admission through discharge and follow-up of the residents. Serves as an assistant to the Clinical Service Supervisor.
- Ensures completion of client databases, treatment plans, progress notes, discharge summaries, and other essential documentation as required by state, federal, and accreditation standards
- Maintains a caseload of forty (40) clients.
- Provide clients with orientation regarding objectives of the program, phase system requirements, rules and regulations, sanctions, hours of services, client rights, and additional information to help client adjust to program.
- Assures that clients are assessed and placed in appropriate phases of treatment according to state and federal guidelines.
- Keeps all client files updated and organized for agency use.
- Counsel clients and addresses specifics needs of the persons served.
- Arranges referrals and community information to clients as appropriate.
- Develop knowledge in regard to state, federal and agency regulations regarding confidentiality, methadone treatment, and substance abuse service counseling certification.
- Assures all documentation is collected from patient as required by state and federal standards.
- Submit required statistical and other data as required by supervisor.
- Provide and for obtain the following therapeutic services as determined by the Treatment Team and specified in the client’s Individual Treatment Plan: individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, community activities, Facility visits, vocational training, and follow-up care.
- Report to the Clinical Service Supervisor any and all relevant developments and information affecting the clients and facility operation
- Provide staff duty coverage as scheduled.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Clinical Service Supervisor.
- Minimum Bachelor’s degree in human services field
- Willingness to obtain a CADC credential
- Ability to complete 20 hours of annual training in alcohol and drug services
- Compliance with company treatment methods
- Health, dental, vision insurance
- 401K with 3% company match
- Supplemental life insurance, short-term, long-term disability
- Paid time off
- Flexible work schedule (in most facilities)
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