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Family Health Care is seeking a behavioral health therapist to work at Big Rapids Middle School. Clients will be between the ages of 5-to-21. This year-round, full-time position is very busy during the school year. During the summer break, you'll continue meeting with your clients while assisting with fun summertime activities throughout the community.

Education Required: Master's degree and limited/full licensure in counseling or social work. LMSW preferred.

Pay Range: Salary: $50K to $70K

1-3 years experience in a behavioral health or substance use setting. CAADC preferred or willing to apply for a CAADC development plan once hired.

For additional information or questions, please contact Alan Neushwander at aneushwander@familyhealthcare.org.

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Provide quality person centered mental health and substance use treatment that facilitate improved wellbeing for children, families and adults in a flexible and supportive work environment. Responsibilities include screening, assessment, individual and group therapy utilizing best practice/evidence based tools and interventions.  Opportunities to specialize in a specific demographic or diagnosis.  Services can be delivered in office/person, via telehealth and/or through a hybrid work setting schedule. Employees are supported in this work through quality supervision, flexible scheduling, skill development as well as career advancement opportunities and a comprehensive benefit package (including paid time off, retirement match, health care options and more). 

Some services may be provided via telehealth (From your home or our office).  Most will be provided as office based / in person at our centrally located Newaygo office!   

-Are you interested in Outpatient Therapy but looking for a position in another area?   Check out our Outpatient postings in Kent and Muskegon Counties!

-Part time and Full Time openings available

 

Position Requirements:

  • Masters Degree 
  • State License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.)       
  • Interest in pursing CAADC development plan (Substance Use Credential)  
  • Experience in Newaygo County / Rural Setting preferred 

We understand that candidates may have unique experiences and skills that aren't always reflected in a job description. If you feel you could contribute to our team, please apply.

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  • Market driven and equitable salary practices
  • Robust health insurance options
  • 401k match
  • Focus on Well-being:
    1. 11 paid holidays (including floating holidays for times important to you)
    2. 3 weeks’ vacation upon hire plus separate paid sick time
    3. Supportive and fulfilling culture  
  • Equity and inclusion focused affinity and work groups 

 

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Several Therapist positions in different departments available!

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Provide quality treatment that facilitate recovery and wellness for persons living with substance use concerns.  Services are client-centered, delivered in the home/community and include assessment, individual therapy and case management.  Positive outcomes are achieved through purposeful and respectful relationships rooted in trauma informed care, hope and evidence-based research.  An openness to embrace and explore bias, equity issues, successes and challenges from a place of understanding and curiosity is needed to succeed and develop in the position/organization.

Position Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field
  • State License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.)    
  • Valid Drivers License, Auto Insurance, and clean driving record  
  • CAADC, Development Plan or eligible and willing to actively pursue
  • Experience with gender responsive treatment preferred

 

We understand that candidates may have unique experiences and skills that aren't always reflected in a job description. If you feel you could contribute to our team, please apply.

Learn More About Arbor Circle

  • Market driven and equitable salary practices
  • Robust health insurance options
  • 401k match
  • Focus on well being:
    1. 11 paid holidays (including floating holidays for times important to you)
    2. 3 weeks’ vacation upon hire plus separate paid sick time
    3. Supportive and fulfilling culture  
  • Equity and inclusion focused affinity and work groups 

 

Learn more at arborcircle.org/careers

 

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Immediate openings (Canton/Plymouth) - Seeking qualified candidates for  Certified Peer Coach/Driver who would work under the direct supervision of the Site Director, to provide services to clients as per training and policy, and to provide “recovery wisdom” as appropriate.

 

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PNLH preference for candidates with training in, and experience with, providing trauma related services. “We take affirmative efforts to hire individuals with disabilities, including those in recovery”.

“Guiding Clients from the Darkness of Addiction...Since 1990”

Personalized Nursing LIGHT House is a premier behavioral health care provider with 34 years of specialized addiction treatment experience serving adults. We have locations in Plymouth, Canton, Dearborn Heights, and Madison Heights . Our mission is to be an innovative and effective behavioral healthcare corporation (utilizing the LIGHT model of care), that strives for excellence clinically as well as administratively. Specifically, our intent is to increase client well-being, decrease addiction severity, improve the quality of clients' mental and physical heath and contribute positively to society. All services will integrate substance use disorder, mental health and primary health care treatment in cohesive and client-centered programs.

Hiring for a Peer Coach/Driver

Position Summary

The Peer Coach/Driver would work under the direct supervision of the Site Director, to provide services to clients as per training and policy, and to provide “recovery wisdom” as appropriate.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Transport clients to and from housing and program(s) using the company-provided vehicle
  • Providing counseling services to complete "My Plans" with individual clients (Peer Recovery Coach certified personnel only)
  • Perform apartment monitor checks
  • Assist with admissions and discharges.
  • Exert peer influence to help clients execute relapse prevention efforts and, if clients relapse, call recently relapsed clients and encourage them back into recovery.
  • Arrange for rides, meetings, housing, food, clothing, and other resources as appropriate.
  • Provides caring compassionate approach to all clients, especially if they relapse.
  • Call ex clients on birthdays (namely “clean” birthday), wish them well, and maintain consistent connection to the recovery system.
  • Use the LIGHT Model in all interactions

Educational Requirements

High School diploma or GED, MCBAP Peer Recovery Coach Certification (Development Plan), 2 years minimum clean/sober and a clean driving record.

Job Type: Full-time/part-time

Salary: $16.00-18.00 per hours

Benefits:

  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Evening shift
  • Holidays
  • Weekends as needed

Experience:

  • Peer Support Specialists: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Addiction counseling: 1 year (Preferred)
  • 2 years minimum clean/sober
  • MCBAP Peer Recovery Coach Certification - or willing to obtain

Submit your resume and cover letter to: elizabeth@pnlh.org

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Personalized Nursing LIGHT House, Inc.

Elizabeth Mann

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GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR LICENSED BACHELOR'S  CANDIDATE TO WORK AS A  PRIMARY THERAPIST IN SUD SETTING Full-Time or Part-Time – Various Locations (PLYMOUTH, CANTON, MADISON HEIGHTS)

Requirements & Qualifications

  • Licensed Bachelor’s (Master’s Preferred)  (LLMSW, LMSW, LLC, LLP, LPC) and MCBAP certification preferred (CAADC), with minimum of temporary license and MCBAP development plan required
  • Minimum 2 years experience working in substance abuse treatment
  • Exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written

 

Personalized Nursing LIGHT House is a premier behavioral health care provider with 34 years of specialized addiction treatment service serving the adult population. We have locations in Plymouth, Canton, Dearborn Heights, Madison Heights. Our mission is to be an innovative and effective behavioral healthcare corporation (utilizing the LIGHT model of care), that strives for excellence clinically as well as administratively. Specifically, our intent is to increase client well being, decrease addiction severity, improve the quality of clients' mental and physical heath and contribute positively to society. All services will integrate substance use disorder, mental health and primary health care treatment in cohesive and client-centered programs.

 

 

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The Primary Therapist role is a critical component to the LIGHT House Model of care and the treatment plans, assessment and aftercare plans for its clients. Personalized Nursing LIGHT House, Inc. is currently seeking full time or part time positions - various locations available.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Conduct individual therapy sessions
  • Be responsible for treatment plans, assessments, aftercare plans and designing appropriate interventions
  • Facilitate groups as required
  • Ensure proper authorizations for billing purposes
  • Other tasks as required

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties of personnel so classified.

 

Submit your cover letter and resume to:  elizabeth@pnlh.org

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Personalized Nursing LIGHT House, Inc.

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We are seeking a dedicated and compassionate Certified Addiction Counselor with expertise in the assessment and management of patients who receive care within diverse settings, including methadone or  narcotic treatment programs and or within primary care to join our team. As a vital member of our organization, you will provide essential support and guidance to individuals struggling with addiction and help them on their path to recovery.

 

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- Conduct comprehensive assessments of individuals seeking methadone treatment and or primary care services for new and assigned clients with opioid or alcohol addictions. 

- Develop individualized treatment plans and goals in collaboration with clients

- Provide counseling and therapeutic support to individuals and their families

- Facilitate group therapy sessions and educational workshops on addiction and recovery

- Monitor and evaluate and document client progress and adjust treatment plans as needed

- Collaborate with medical professionals and other treatment providers to ensure comprehensive care for clients

- Maintain accurate and confidential client records and documentation

- Stay current on best practices and evidence-based approaches in addiction treatment and primary care



TO APPLY: Please send your CV's to romancarehealthservices@gmail.com cc fmacariola.hva@gmail.com 

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Do you have a passion to provide individual and group therapy in a residential setting? This is an incredible opportunity to sharpen your therapy skill sets working with motivated women in a voluntary 90-day program. Our Hope is seeking passionate therapists (LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC, LPC, etc.) who are looking to learn and deliver the best and most effective substance abuse and trauma informed interventions. At Our Hope we value creating a strong team that values growing in their clinical skills. You will receive comprehensive and trauma informed supervision as we work together to strengthen the lives of the clients. Upcoming grads are welcome to apply.

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The Clinical Therapist is responsible for supporting Our Hope Association by performing a variety of duties and projects related to the clinical care of Our Hope clients. This position works as a team to provide the best possible quality clinical care staying within the scope of the profession.

Essential Responsibilities:

  1. Facilitates individual and group counseling, didactic and process groups.
  2. Assist with resident admission and discharge in electronic systems; completes admission, authorization, and discharge paperwork requirements assigned with each funding source.
  3. Provide support for carrying out overall program and adherence to house rules, local, state and accreditation regulations and standards.
  4. Assist with screenings, referrals, assessments, treatment plans, and daily progress of clients, including case notes, transition plans and discharge summaries.
  5. Maintain all files and records in accordance with quality improvement standards; provide accurate and timely documentation (72 hours within treatment service provided).
  6. Works with the treatment team in case conference, treatment plan reviews, program planning and interventions.
  7. Provide one-on-one formal weekly counseling with individual clients on caseload.
  8. Monitor the needs of clients, including inter-agency referrals and follow-up.
  9. Prepare weekly program schedule with team members for the development of clients’ social, spiritual, recover, educational and recreational activities.
  10. Review and approves clients’ pass requests with team members.
  11. Discharge clients and prepares appropriate discharge plans.
  12. Conduct educational and informal discussion groups.
  13. Participate in employee development and training, including staff meetings, in-service trainings, advanced skill workshops, and continuing education.
  14. Provide on-call coverage.
  15. Maintain all CARF clinical expectations.
  16. Maintain all clinical contracts, funding source and fiscal agent guidelines and expectations.
  17. Continuously drive and support a healthy and safe culture.
  18. Maintain competency in policy rules and regulations.
  19. Utilize the Insync EMR (Electronic Medical Record) for client record keeping.
  20. Practice and uphold the Our Hope Standards of Excellence and Ethical Codes of Conduct.

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Salary Range: $55,000 - $63,000 Annually

Employee Perks:

$3,000 Sign on Bonus
Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance at no cost to employee
11 Paid Holidays
Starting PTO 120 Hours
403(B) with Employer Matching
Employer Paid Life Insurance
Parental Leave
Professional Development Assistance
Qualifies for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)
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Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity? Do you have a passion for helping others and making a difference in the lives of others? Growth Works, is a long-standing non-profit organization servicing the Western Wayne counties of Metro Detroit. We are currently seeking a Residential Treatment Clinician for our Oxford, MI location. This individual provides and facilitates group therapy and treatment planning for adolescent clients with Substance Use Disorders (SUD) in a non-secure, residential facility. All services are provided in accordance with Growth Works approaches, policies and procedures. Functions in a therapeutic client-facing role where ongoing adherence to Agency policies and the ability to establish and develop appropriate client-therapist relationships based on trust, good-will and relationship building is key.

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Ensures that clients are receiving the necessary clinical care to progress in completion of their treatment goals, mastering recovery, with emphasis sustained post program recovery.
Functions as a key component of the Growth Works Treatment Team, in partnership with Crossroads for Youth.
Facilitates and provides direct clinical care in group, family and individual settings while fostering a safe and inclusive treatment environment. Utilizes various therapeutic approaches, emotions regulation techniques and trauma-informed practices in keeping with Growth Works philosophy and as determined by client need.
Completion of proper documentation of the case file including, but not limited to, accurate preparation of treatment plans, discharge summaries, progress notes and biopsychosocial reports.
Attendance and participation in staff meetings, staff in-services and meetings with community partners, as assigned
Work in tandem with Crossroads for Youth to coordinate care for the clients while maintaining a healthy cross organizational partnership.
Master the Clinical Competencies to the satisfaction of the Program Manager
Addresses personal recovery matters in a manner consistent with the agency’s approach to recovery.

Requirements:

Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or another relevant field of study.
Current holder of Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor (CAADC) or registered development plan with MCBAP to complete certification- if not a holder, will need to register within 60 days of hire.
Current holder of State of Michigan license as a Social Worker (LLMSW/LMSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LLPC/LPC). Recent graduates will need to apply for license within 30 days of hire.
Previous experience with the SUD treatment and recovery required.
Knowledge of co-occurring disorders, trauma and brain development preferred.
Successful ability to complete agency background screenings and tests.

Physical requirements:

Must be able to complete manual tasks involving dexterity to enter and retrieve data using computer systems, systems applications, and other office equipment.
Ability to lift and transport materials/supplies up to 25 lbs. for internal documentation and recordkeeping, court support, and other administrative tasks.

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🌟 Join Our Team at Henry Ford Addiction Recovery Center - Jackson!  $10,000 sign on bonus🌟

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of individuals struggling with substance use disorder? We're on the lookout for a caring and dedicated Substance Use Disorder Social Worker to become a valuable member of our team. At Henry Ford, we're not just a treatment center - we're a community dedicated to helping adults break free from the grip of substance abuse and reclaim their lives.

About Us: As a leading provider of substance abuse treatment, we're committed to offering personalized care that addresses the holistic well-being of our clients. Our approach focuses on empowering individuals throughout their recovery journey, encompassing physical, emotional, and spiritual healing.

What You'll Do: Join us in our mission to provide top-notch psychiatric and substance use disorder services within our withdrawal management and residential center. Your role will involve conducting evaluations and facilitating individual, group, family, and didactic therapy sessions and intake assessments, treatment plans and discharge planning.

What We're Looking For:

  • Education: Graduation from an accredited school of social work with a master’s degree is a must.
  • Experience: Ideally, you'll have two to four years of post-master's experience in Ambulatory Mental Health/Substance Use Disorder Clinics.
  • Certifications/Licenses: You must hold a current LLMSW/LMSW or LLPC/LPC License in the State of Michigan. Additionally, having a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC) certification through the Michigan Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) is preferred. Otherwise, a development plan must be on file with MCBAP with in the first 2 weeks of hire.

Why Join Us:

  • Meaningful Work: Make a real difference in the lives of individuals battling addiction.
  • Supportive Environment: Join a compassionate team dedicated to your professional growth and well-being.
  • Opportunities for Advancement: We're committed to helping you reach your full potential in your career journey.
  • Comprehensive Benefits: Enjoy competitive compensation, excellent health benefits, and more!

If you're ready to be part of a team that's transforming lives, we want to hear from you! Apply now and embark on a fulfilling career with Henry Ford Addiction Recovery Center - Jackson. Let's make a difference together! 🌟

 

 

 

 

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POSITION TITLE: BABHA Adult Case Manager Supervisor                                

RESPONSIBLE TO: COO

DEPARTMENT/SITE: BABHA / Bay City or SCCMHA / Saginaw

STATUS: Exempt; salaried. Unit requirement.

All the criteria-based duties and standards within this document will be performed according to established policies, procedures and guidelines within the department/site and SPSI.

JOB SUMMARY

The adult case manager supervisor is the principal provider of direct care clinical service at Saginaw Psychological Services. It is the responsibility of the supervisor to provide guidance, counsel along with follow through on specific work-related functions as directed in your position. The Supervisor works in the agency’s mental health counseling center and may have a caseload of clients with varying diagnosis which none will be discriminated against.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES

SUPERVISOR

  1. Will actively participate in individual team and all staff supervision/meetings. Will work to continually improve skills, seeking training in areas where needs or goals have been identified.
  2. Will openly acknowledge difficulty in managing any case and seek support and supervision from their direct supervisor.
  3. Will immediately report critical issues and work with their direct supervisor to develop an intervention plan.
  4. Will support and attend where possible agency events or initiative, and the goals of the agency strategic plan.
  5. Will identify and resolve conflicts/dissatisfaction issues in their department. Will treat all supervisees with fairness and respect.
  6. Will carry selected and additional administrative assignments as required, case record review, committee assignments, etc.
  7. Supervisor will be expected to have an established caseload as determined by their direct supervisor.
  8. Will follow all standards set by the BABHA or SCCMHA contract and implement accordingly.
  9. Review and conduct interviews for the team and complete hiring process with human resources.
  10. Linking consumers to appropriate resources in the community.
  11. Coordinating with different professionals and agencies that serve our consumers.
  12. Monitoring treatment and medications.
  13. Advocating for our consumers to ensure equality and reduce the stigma of mental health/substance use.
  14. Respond to routine and emergency contacts from clients and/or staff.
  15. Work as a team member to improve the various services offered by the agency
  16. Support and attend where possible agency events or initiatives, and the goals of the agency strategic plan.
  17. Establish and oversee administrative procedures to meet objectives set by senior management.
  18. Review rosters completed by team and ensure case managers are completing documentation on time. If not, meeting with them to address these issues in supervision or more frequently if needed and writing up progressive discipline if needed (PAF).
  19. Prepare and maintain records and reports, such as budgets, personnel records, or training manuals.
  20. Participate in the determination of organizational policies regarding such issues as participant eligibility, program requirements, and program benefits.
  21. Research and analyze member or community needs to determine program directions and goals.
  22. Act as consultants to agency staff and other community programs regarding the interpretation of program-related regulations and policies.
  23. Run productivity and manage invoices from case management department.
  24. Complete annual performance appraisals as they are due.
  25. Attend all trainings required and/or trainings required to maintain licensure.
  26. Maintain your credentials and required trainings to satisfy your licensure and/or insurance otherwise immediate suspension of employment will be needed.
  27. Maintain valid car insurance, driver’s license, and car registration always otherwise immediate suspension of employment will be needed.
  28. Other duties required as assigned.

CLINICAL THERAPIST

  1. Demonstrate a knowledge of assessment techniques including historical assessment, structured interview, and behavioral assessment that contributes to an accurate diagnosis.
  2. Work with the client and the treatment team to determine an appropriate course of treatment to meet the client’s goals and the expected outcomes of the case.
  3. Demonstrate basic clinical skills including, but not limited to: a capacity to establish and maintain a treatment alliance, and the ability to provide respect and empathy toward the client.
  4. Effectively manage counter-transference issues and feelings that might threaten to interfere with treatment.
  5. Utilize supervision - reporting progress, success, and difficulty in treating cases assigned to you.
  6. Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients' treatment.
  7. Encourage clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, helping them to develop insight into themselves or their relationships.
  8. Assess patients for risk of suicide.
  9. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports.
  10. Guide clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their problems.
  11. Perform crisis interventions with clients.
  12. Act as client advocates to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations (take answering services calls after hours if needed).
  13. Meet with families, probation officers, police, or other interested parties to exchange necessary information during the treatment process.
  14. Discuss with individual patients their plans for life after leaving therapy.
  15. Monitor clients' use of medications and report to their Family Doctor or Psychiatrist any issues seen.
  16. Refer patients, clients, or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary or when other levels of care are needed beyond the therapist scope.
  17. Work to continually improve skills seeking training in areas where needs/goals have been identified.
  18. Document progress notes, treatment plans, assessments, evaluations and all other required paperwork in a timely fashion according to policy and procedure.
  19. Maintain your credentials and required trainings to satisfy your licensure and/or insurance otherwise immediate suspension of employment will be needed.
  20. Maintain valid car insurance, driver’s license, and car registration always otherwise immediate suspension of employment will be needed.

FAMILY/COUPLE THERAPY

  1. Identify the key relationships in which our clients are involved.
  2. Invite and engage relevant family of choice members who are significant to the treatment process

as indicated and approved by the client.

  1. Seek written consent to talk to family of choice members and invite them to services as

appropriate and approved by the client.

  1. Provide couples or family therapy as indicated by the treatment assessment and plan.
  2. Demonstrate skill in relational development between family members and couples.
  3. Teach communication and conflict resolution where appropriate.

GROUP THERAPY

  1. Demonstrate group facilitation skills in the delivery of group services.
  2. Follow approved curriculum and treatment models for the delivery of services.
  3. Work in conjunction with the primary therapist or outside provider to assure that group services

support any other treatment service being utilized by the client.

  1. Teach communication and conflict resolution skills.
  2. Demonstrate skill in using group process to assist clients in working through treatment issues.
  3. Create group norms and safety for all group members.

MARGINAL JOB DUTIES

  1. Participate in interview process as needed.
  2. Develop a new training binder for new employees, training new employees as needed including training SCCMHA therapy team on EHR usage.
  1. Establish and maintain relationships with other agencies and organizations in community to meet community needs and to ensure that services are not duplicated.
  1. Learn about new developments in counseling by reading professional literature, attending courses and seminars, or establishing and maintaining contact with other colleagues.
  1. Evaluate the work of staff to ensure that programs are of appropriate participant eligibility, program requirements, and program benefits.
  1. The supervisor will provide assistance and leadership by such means as consulting, teaching or supporting other staff members in conducting their responsibilities and enhancing their professional growth as appropriate, and coordinating activates when assigned to do so.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

EDUCATION: Must have master’s degree, doctoral degree, bachelors in social work equivalent in related field areas such as, psychology, professional counselor, social work, CAADC/CADC.

LICENSURE: Valid driver’s license, bachelor level social work license or master level social work license.

EXPERIENCE: A minimum of one to three years’ experience in case management in a mental health or substance use disorder (SUD) setting required.  

SKILLS

  1. Self-motivated and the ability to handle unforeseen problems. Does not wait to be told what to do, can work independently.
  2. Exceptional organizational and leadership skills.
  3. Aptitude in resolving issues and conflicts.

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

  1. Must possess effective communication skills and act as a representative of SPSI and adhering to its mission, vision, and values. This includes external representation of local agencies.
  2. Speak to clients in a respectful and calming manner, even if clients are agitated. Identify and resolve client conflicts/dissatisfaction issues as needed.
  3. Engages and develops trusting relationships with clients to enhance successful mental health/substance use outcomes.
  4. Continually strives for effective relationships with staff, clients and management.
  1. Expect self and co-workers to maintain the highest standards of professional ethics.
  2. Create enthusiasm for team, set a model for team work and promote strong working relationships.

PHYSICAL EFFORTS: Medium; must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.

HOURS OF WORK: Full-time, flexible and varied. Some evenings and weekends may be required.

TRAVEL: Reliable transportation is required. Local travel throughout service area is required with possible occasional travel between SPSI locations. Some out of service area travel may also be required. Reimbursement in accordance with SPSI policy.

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Clinical Therapy Addiction Supervisor *** SIGN ON BONUS***

Location: Jackson, MI

Job Type: Full-time

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We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Addiction Therapy Supervisor to join our team. As a supervisor, you will be responsible for providing consultation and direction for addiction therapies in your residential and outpatient departments. This role involves overseeing a team of substance use therapists, providing orientation and education, conducting casework services, counseling, and recommending functions necessary to ensure the overall operational viability of the assigned area(s). Additionally, you will play a key role in establishing policies, procedures, and work processes, as well as participating in performance improvement activities within the department.

Responsibilities:

  • Consultation and direction of addiction therapies (LMSW, LPC, LLMSW, LLPC, case management) in assigned area.
  • Provide orientation and education to substance use therapists.
  • Conduct casework services, counseling, and recommend functions necessary for operational viability.
  • Participate in establishing policies, procedures, and work processes.
  • Maintain performance improvement activities within the department.
  • Contribute to the department’s goals and objectives.
  • Assuring compliance with regulatory agencies.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in social work (LMSW) or counseling (LPC).
  • Minimum of three (3) years of relevant clinical experience.
  • Strong working knowledge of Discharge Planning.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Keen analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Positive physician and payer relationships.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and sensitive situations.
  • CAADC certification required.
  • LMSW or LPC required.

***SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE, inquire when submitting application***

Interested candidates may apply here.

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See indeed post for full description. Sunrise Centre is seeking Care Managers/Counselors to join our clinical team supporting clients in inpatient treatment services in Alpena. Join a growing agency providing meaningful services to those with substance use and co-occurring Mental Health conditions.

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Full time, Part time

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The Behavioral Medical Center in Troy, Michigan is currently seeking several fully licensed (having completed their supervisory hours) Masters Level Clinicians (LMSW, MA) or PhDs who are experienced in the psychiatric treatment of children, adolescents and/or adults.

Mental health services are currently in high demand, allowing for the ability to rapidly build a significant caseload of patients.
Our office will provide referrals and billing support.
We have monthly staff meetings, monthly peer review meetings of challenging cases, and various other current topics, along with ongoing support.

Currently, this is a hybrid position with both in-office and remote work, but in-office only is an option as well.
Behavioral Medical Center offers a competitive fee split with the opportunity for growth. Our office fees are based on current commercial insurance rates and/or private pay.

As an employee of the Behavioral Medical Center, this is a W2 position, not a 1099 contractural position.
Days and hours worked are flexible and can be set by the therapist.
Full/complete licensure (supervisory hours complete) required.

Must be amenable to participating in various insurance panels and ideally, are already paneled independently.
Both full and part-time opportunities are available for therapists that treat children, adolescents and adults.

Anyone interested in applying should go to www.bmctroy.com and click 'Join Our Team' under the Our Staff tab to complete an employment application.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Dr. Amann
Medical Director/Founder
Behavioral Medical Center - Troy

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Types(s):
Full time

Job Description:

Salary Range: $38,000.00 To 42,000.00 Annually

Job Summary:   Under limited supervision, uses intermediate skills obtained through experience and training to identify, create and deliver community-based services targeting arrested youth with the goal of preventing future delinquency. Uses a variety of theoretical perspectives to prevent future delinquency, deliver services designed to strengthen participant attachment to family and other prosocial individuals. Connect clients to appropriate resources in the community with the goal of preventing potentially stigmatizing social contexts. Receives general guidance and direction to perform a variety of non-routine tasks with limited decision-making responsibility. Some judgment is required to adapt program content and respond to participant inquiries. Resolves most questions and problems, and refers new or unusual issues to a higher level. Regular contact with program participants and other health educators is required to develop, enhance and deliver content.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Serves as the liaison for law enforcement/Juvenile Prosecutor referrals into the Diversion Program.

· Monitors, guides and assists referred youth through an informal assessment and plan development that includes family support, counseling, engagement with community services and resources, and education.

· Evaluates, assesses, and determines appropriate programming, and identifies resources for assigned cases.

· Builds and establishes partnerships with agencies and programs with services that complement and strengthen the program.

· Assist in identifying and obtaining items such as food, temporary housing, transportation, clothing, etc. which can be done directly by LAHC or by referral to other agencies/individuals.

· Provide crisis intervention, information and referral resources, and case management services.

· Creates contact standards based on the needs of each youth using Court approved risk assessments.

· Tracks, collects, and reports data to identify and measure program progress and results.

· Responsible for complying with federal, state, and court policies and procedures as well as ensure the youth operates within the Diversion Program terms and conditions.

· Maintains regular and consistent contact and communication between LAHC, case managers, and criminal justice monitoring agency (i.e. prosecutor’s office, Court, probation/parole officers, etc.) to inform them of services being provided and recommendations on any additional service needed. Work with probation and parole offices to jointly provide financial services.

· Remains current in diversion tactics and tools.

· Maintains regular and consistent attendance.

· Operates standard office equipment and uses required software applications.

· Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of:

· Criminal justice system

· Addiction recovery support systems, including but not limited to 12 step support groups.

Skill in:

· Facilitation and/or classroom training experience

· Public speaking

· Operating standard office equipment and using required software applications, including Microsoft Office and Teams

Ability to:

· Strong organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects and meet deliverables and expectations.

· Ability to maintain professional boundaries and adhere to professional standards of confidentiality and ethical conduct in all communication

· Ability to interact with people of a diverse background

· Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

· Ability to be flexible and problem solve

· Basic mathematical skills

· Travel to multiple sites to provide services

· Partner with outside organizations and other members of the department and LAHC to accomplish objectives.

· Work independently as well as collaboratively within a team environment.

· Establish and maintain effective working relationships

· Cultural competency is a must.

· Bilingual preferred

Educational/Previous Experience Requirements:

· Minimum Degree Required:

o • Bachelor’s Degree

· Required Disciplines:

o Social Work, Criminal Justice, or related field

~and~

· At least 2 or more years of experience in the criminal justice, addictions/recovery or social work field. Experience and/or a working knowledge of the criminal justice system and/or working with delinquent youth is required.

· Any equivalent combination of experience, education, and/or training approved by Human Resources.

Licenses/Certifications:

· Licenses/Certifications Required at Date of Hire:

o None

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Types(s):
Full time

Job Description:
Salary Range:$60,000.00 To 62,000.00 Annually

Job Summary: Under limited direction from a senior level manager, uses specialized knowledge in substance use disorder prevention programs and strategies and skills obtained through experience, specialized training, and certification to develop, implement and deliver effective substance abuse prevention programs. Conducts community outreach and education programs and continuously evaluates program to ensure effective programing. Guidance is provided to perform varied work that is somewhat difficult in character requiring some evaluation, originality and ingenuity to make moderately complex decisions. Extensive contact with internal and external partners and stakeholders is required to meet program objectives.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Develops, plans, coordinates, promotes, executes, oversees, and evaluates activities and initiatives related to the SUD program. Evaluates the effectiveness of programs, events, and activities provided by LAHC.
  • Coordinates with leadership to define program goals and fiscal objectives. Develops clear objectives that are measurable for each activity, programs, events, and activities (that are convenient and accessible for participants) to promote high levels of attendance.
  • Develops, manages, and evaluates programs, activities, and event budgets.  
  • Monitors programs for compliance with state and federal laws; takes a lead role with program audits.
  • Assists with grant writing, fund development and outcome reports for programs.
  • Serve as the primary contact person and subject matter expert for program policies and procedures.
  • Solicits participants input to gauge reaction to program quality; uses evaluation results from past program experience to plan new programs.
  • Leads group discussions and education classes; works with groups to provide a supportive environment to encourage clients to remain substance free; participates in training programs to maintain group facilitator skills.
  • Perform special project assignments such as assisting in developing, implementing and modifying curricula; performing special assignments related to new programs or changes in existing programs; developing and implementing new procedures; participating on committees and task forces; resolving issues in delivery of services and operations.
  • Accurately tracks, collects, and maintains statistics, reports, and activity records. Submits timely reports on activities, programs, events, and activities. Maintains records.
  • Serves as liaison between the organization and other stakeholders; speaks before public groups.
  • Prepares for publication a variety of materials for internal and external use regarding programs, events, activities, etc.
  • Assists in developing web and other online content.
  • Promotes interest and provides information regarding assigned programs and activities to LAHC management, funders, the community and others, as required/directed.
  • Assists in developing department policies, procedures, goals and objectives.
  • Remains current in substance use disorder programs, training and development, and other techniques designed to create and deliver effective content.
  • Plans, assigns, monitors, manages, trains and evaluates staff; designs and implements orientation, training and staff development programs.
  • Reviews performance and evaluates results achieved by direct reports.
  • Coaches and mentors’ direct reports.
  • Reviews progress of assignments with senior management.
  • Balances conflicting resource and priority demands.
  • Maintains regular and consistent attendance.
  • Operates standard office equipment and uses required software applications.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of:

  • Advanced concepts, principles and practices of substance use programs and program management.
  • Advanced concepts, principles and practices of training and educational design. 

Skill in:

  • Operating standard office equipment and using required software applications, including Microsoft Office. 

Ability to:

  • Partner with other functional areas to accomplish objectives.
  • Facilitate meetings, ensuring that all viewpoints, ideas and problems are addressed.
  • Incorporate needs, wants and goals from different perspectives into effective programs. 
  • Incite enthusiasm and influence, motivate and persuade others to achieve desired outcomes 
  • Gather information, identify linkages and trends and apply findings to assignments.
  • Organize and prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
  • Create and maintain effective relationships with local and regional organizations to obtain funding and support. 
  • Develop trusting relationships with both youth and their families 
  • Work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Work independently as well as collaboratively within a team environment.
  • Ability to relate to young people AND keep a professional distance a must

Educational/Previous Experience Requirements:

  • Minimum Degree Required:
  1. Qualified candidates must possess a Master degree from an accredited university and a minimum of 3 to 5 years of SUD management or professional experience.
  • Required Disciplines:
    1.  social work, sociology, psychology, family ecology, consumer/community services, family studies, family and/or child development, guidance/school counseling, counseling psychology, education, public health, human services, criminal justice or a related field

~or~

  • Any equivalent combination of experience, education, and/or training approved by Human Resources.

Licenses/Certifications:

  • Licenses/Certifications Required at Date of Hire:
    1. Certified Prevention Specialist

Working Conditions:

Hours:   Normal business hours. Ability to adjust hours of work based on the community needs, including some evening and weekends 

Travel Required:  local travel only

 

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