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RECOVERY PATHWAYS, LLC.

Job Description

Summary: Responsible for provides direct clinical services to clients by performing the following duties.

Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Evaluates the condition of their client by asking him questions and examining any previous treatment records.*
  • Discusses his goals and potential outcomes.*
  • Recommends treatment options, which may include working with support groups or peer support programs, educate family members when necessary, and refer him to other specialists or community resources as needed.*
  • Works with other health care professionals, such doctors, psychiatrists and social workers to treat problems from several angles.*
  • Focuses on specific groups, such as veterans, or substances, such as alcohol.
  • Duties will include individual appointments with clients, group sessions as scheduled, intake assessments, treatment plans, behavioral plans, counseling, all corresponding paperwork and coordination of care, and duties as otherwise assigned.*
  • Completes paperwork.*
  • Schedules patient rooms.*
  • Completes performance reviews and/or grading as needed.*
  • Provides substance abuse treatment and delivers services under the scope, limitations, and ethics of licensure and/or certification.*
  • Prepares and maintains client records with required documentation and up-to-date authorizations in accordance with medical records standards.*
  • Plans and leads structured process and theme-centered groups.*
  • Participates in all administrative meetings including, but not limited to clinical staff meetings, peer review, staff retreats and in-service training.*
  • Provides substance abuse services including, but not limited to, assessment/screening, intake, client orientations, person centered planning, case management, crisis intervention, and client education.*
  • Provides face-to-face client contact as required.*
  • Accesses link and monitors needed client services, and makes appropriate referrals to resources as needed.*
  • Works within the parameters of patient/client confidentiality in accordance with state and federal confidentiality guidelines, and works within the client's rights.*
  • Participates in the quality assurance process, including quality assurance meetings, committees, and sub-committees to improve patient care.*
  • Exhibits and maintains professional characteristics in all job functions.*
  • Completes required training and continuing education to maintain licensure or certifications.*
  • Follows all HIPAA, OSHA, and Safety Requirements.*
  • Adheres to all established company policies and procedures paying special attention to safety regulations.*
  • Wears personal protective equipment in accordance with training procedures.*
  • Attends all staff trainings as required, and reads all electronic communications.*
  • Adheres to all items in the SOP Manual.*
  • Shares suggestions for process improvement and/or enhancements to the workplace.*
  • Ensures an ID badge and/or named coat is worn at all times.*

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Experience with behavioral health and substance use field.

2. Active Michigan LARA licensure - LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC, or LPC.

3. CADC, CAADC, or DP-C required. Offered during training if not already a qualification held.

Preferred Qualifications:

1. At least 2 years of behavioral health/substance use field experience.

2. Experience with workinging with clients on medication-assisted treatment.

Language Ability:

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.

Math Ability:

Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

Computer Skills:

To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office Suite, Paychex Flex, common interest browsers, and patient management system.

Education/Experience:

Master's Degree with LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC or LPC in the State of Michigan.

CADC, CAADC, or DP-C required upon start. If this is not a designation that applicants have, this will be initiated on start date. Supervision for MCBAP development plan is offered in house.

Specialized Training:

  • Meet all continuing education requirements and state requirements to ensure their licensure, as applicable, is valid and up to date.
  • Any citation or violation in licensing, certification, or inability to practice must be reported as soon as provider is aware and all client contact would be suspended until internal investigation.
  • 2,000 to 3,000 hours of supervised counseling experience
  • Pass a state exam
  • Attend continuing education courses every year
  • CADC/CAADC certificate or development plan on file

Equipment:

Experience using common health care equipment preferred

Knowledge, Skills, and Other Abilities:

  • Customer service skills
  • Compassion
  • Empathy
  • Reliability
  • Positive attitude
  • Honesty
  • Organization
  • Planning skills
  • Professionalism
  • Time management
  • Ethical
  • Great communicator
  • Team player
  • High emotional intelligence confidentiality
  • Person centered approach
  • Respect of all individuals
  • Assertiveness
  • Knowing when to say no, and how to say no successfully.
  • Relationship building
  • Awareness of body language and non-verbal’s
  • Trusting, but understands the need to verify as well
  • Understanding and use of the collaborative process
  • Detail oriented

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands, reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, and walk. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, ability to adjust focus, and ability to see color.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to scents, such as cigarette or other smoke, body odors, patient perfumes, and general smells associated with working with the public. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet or humid conditions (non-weather), fumes or airborne particles, outdoor weather conditions, and needle sticks and blood borne pathogens.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $27.00 - $32.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday

COVID-19 considerations:

Following CDC recommendations regarding COVID-19 and the current PHE guidelines per the State of Michigan.

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Corunna, MI 48817: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)

Education:

  • Master's (Required)

Experience:

  • Substance Use/Mental Health Counseling: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC, LPC Michigan Licensure (Required)

Work Location: One location

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Our recovery center is dedicated to providing opportunities for individuals to discover and strengthen their recovery path from alcohol and other drug addiction through medication-assisted treatment, counseling, case management, care coordination, and peer recovery supports. Our staff are dedicated to providing quality care and we offer a safe and professional environment that is welcoming and respectful to both our clients and employees.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for clinical and administrative supervision of counseling and case management services
  • Serves as a lead member of the multi-disciplinary team
  • Provides evidence-based individual and group counseling services for the treatment of substance use disorders and mental health conditions commensurate to supervisory duties.
  • Provide case management, care coordination or other support services to assist clients in addressing goals and/or needs
  • Participate in Clinical Supervision meetings and case conferences

Qualifications:

  • A Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling
  • A minimum of five years of experience working in the behavioral health field
  • Eligibility for Michigan Certification Board for Addiction Professional’s certification as a clinical supervisor
  • Three years of clinical supervisory experience
  • Licensure as a health care professional in Michigan

Benefits:

  • Competitive wage commensurate with experience
  • 100% employer-paid medical, dental and vision plan for employee, spouse and dependents
  • Excellent paid time off plan including vacation time, sick time and holiday pay
  • Generous 403(b)Retirement plan with employer contributions and optional employee contributions
  • Professional, welcoming, positive team environment

Current Schedule is Monday – Friday 7:00a.m. to 2:30p.m.

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North Kent Guidance Services is looking for qualified SUD professional with a Ph.D., or Master's Degree in clinical or counseling psychology. 

A successful psychologist should be an expert listener who is easy to talk to, and trustworthy. Top candidates will be people with a great passion for this field, keeping up to date with all the latest research developments.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate, diagnose and treat the full range of patients with disorders described in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders.
  • Possibility of providing ongoing supervision and training in diagnosis and treatment to interns.
  • Participate in and, as assigned, oversee program education, process improvement, and various managed care processes.
  • Generate and maintain a variety of clinical records and reports.
  • Attend staff meetings, conferences, and trainings.

Requirements

  • D., Psy.D., or Master’s Degree in clinical or counseling psychology.
  • License or limited license from the state of Michigan.
  • Professional liability insurance in the amount of no less than $1 million/$3 million in coverage limits.

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Job Description:

Psychology Associates is looking for a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to join our team at our Mid Towne location. This is a part-time or full-time position with the flexibility to create your own schedule. A hired candidate will provide medication management services to a variety of clients in a comfortable, high-quality, outpatient setting. 

Qualifications: 

A minimum of 2 years of experience helping adult patients
DEA License
NM Controlled Substance License
Board certified/Psych Certified

General job description/duties include but are not limited to:

Providing behavioral health services to adults including psychiatric diagnostic interviews, periodic psychiatric evaluations, and medication management.
Meeting with patients for initial and follow up appointments. Order, interpret, and evaluate diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient's clinical problems and behavioral healthcare needs.
Discussing cases with psychiatrist and other health professionals to prepare comprehensive patient care plan(s).
Collaborate with other health professional regarding patient care and treatment options.
Maintaining detailed and HIPAA compliant records of each patient contact (in person, telephone, etc.) and progress in individual treatment plan and goals to be submitted for periodic review and evaluation by psychiatrist.
Prescribing or recommending medications or other forms of treatment. May refer patients to other healthcare providers for consultation or to specialized health resources for treatment.
 

The CNP will be expected to perform these duties within state and/or federal laws, within prescribed guidelines of relevant agencies, and under the supervision/instruction of the psychiatrist.

 

To apply: Please remit a cover letter and resume to: employer.pagr@gmail.com

About Psychology Associates: PAGR is a private practice established in 1980 in Grand Rapids, MI. Our practice provides behavioral healthcare at our two locations. Our group provides individual, family, marital and group therapy for all ages and according to various needs, all within the context of a Christian world and life view.

Our staff includes Psychiatrists, Fully Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Masters-level Social Workers, and Licensed Professional Counselors

Learn more about the Psychology Associates practice at http://pagr.net

 

 

 

 

 

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****$2,500 HIRING BONUS****

Position Details 

Provide quality client centered treatment that facilitate recovery and wellness to adults living with substance use/mental health concerns.    Specific interventions may  include assessment, individual and group treatment.   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. Services are provided via telehealth as well as community based /in person.   This position is Contractual / part time.     Full Time Clinician / Social Worker positions are also available in Allegan.  

 

Flexible work schedule, generous benefit package including vacation, sick and holiday pay, full health coverage 

 

Position Requirements:

  • Masters Degree and state License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.) required.      
  • Current CAADC / CAADC development plan or CAADC development plan eligible 
  • Familiarity with and knowledge of Allegan County resources 

 

 

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities and a great work environment.


 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC and MDHHS guidance.

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Looking for new to the field and seasoned mental health, substance use and trauma therapists! No weekends and be done by 3pm or earlier on Fridays. Flexible schedules- pick your total number of hours you want to work a week. Hate figuring out billing, credentialing and insurance requirements? Don’t worry, we have that stuff covered. We are hiring individuals who:
• Enjoy laughing and have a good sense of humor (potlucks too!)
• Are dedicated to improving the lives of youth, adults and families
• Want to work for a flexible and work-life balanced agency
• Enjoy taking vacations and want generous paid time off (self-care)
• Value individual supervision yet would welcome having group supervision along with access to a consulting psychiatrist
• Enjoy a team approach but have ability to be independent
• Want to have teammates to bounce ideas off of and be able to unwind with after a tough session
• Value an agency that provides leadership/supervisor opportunities, if staff are looking for that.
• Utilize an EMR system for timely documentation
• Come join our team and be part of a work family that works hard but also knows how to have fun and prioritizes family first.
As a therapist at Family Service & Children’s Aid, you will provide behavioral health services that help clients to attain and/or maintain recovery from substance use and mental health disorders along with assisting them with improving their overall well-being. FSCA is sought after for their trauma services.
Therapists have opportunities to work in various setting such as:
• Jackson College Oasis (drop-in mental health center)
• Local school buildings (elementary, middle, high school and alternative programs) providing school based mental health
• Our main office located downtown
• Remote hours are available
FSCA offers one of the best employee benefit packages in the community, including the following:
• BCN Health insurance
• Dental/vision insurance
• 403 B (agency contributes when able)
• Life insurance (agency pays for certain plan and employee can increase if would like for small fee)
• Short term disability
• Generous paid time off (4-6 weeks depending on years of service)
• 13 paid holidays
• 3 employee events throughout the year that are on company paid time (get paid to have fun!)
• FSCA provides in house training opportunities and external training opportunities including but not limited to EMDR, ASAM Continuum, GAIN, Motivational Interviewing, TF-CBT, Trauma, and trainings sponsored by DHHS, MSHN, CMHA, LifeWays and other State experts.
When you work with FSCA, you will join an experienced, hard-working team that values flexibility, family and providing quality services to our community. Why just work when you can help build strong families and strong communities?

All of your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. Must have a legal right to work in the United States. FSCA does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. While we appreciate every applicant’s interest, only those under consideration will be contacted. We regret that phone calls will not be accepted.

FSCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Hello! Thank you for your interest in joining the Wellspring team as a Social Work, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Specialist. As a statewide nonprofit serving families and children in need of support, we take a whole-person approach to our organization and delivery of our services — because we believe we must find the strengths in people and build on these for lasting change to occur.

As a Social Work, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Specialist with Wellspring, you’ll be part of a team of social workers, therapists and administrative professionals committed to helping families throughout the Bay City, Clare, Midland & Saginaw areas. In this position, you'll be directly supporting your community to help families get the resources they need. You will bring a minimum of two years of experience working with children and families and achievement of or working toward the qualifying clinical experience working with Substance Abuse Disorder clients to achieve required certifications. A Master’s degree with a major in one of the following human services areas: social work, sociology, psychology, family ecology, consumer/community services, family studies, family and/or child development, guidance/school counseling, counseling psychology or criminal justice is required. Within three months of hire you will have started the process of a Michigan Certification Board for Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) approved development plan toward the achievement of one of the following certifications: Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC), Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC), Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional (CCDP), and must maintain the MCBAP certification.

Here are some of the responsibilities you will have as a Substance Use Disorder Treatment Specialist:

  • Provide outreach-counseling services to substance abuse families that are at potential or actual risk of having their children removed from their home due to child abuse and/or neglect. Provide skill-based intervention and support for families when a parent is alcohol or drug affected, or has been found to have a co-occurring disorder and assist to reduce risk factors and bring stability to the family
  • Assess current living conditions such as stable housing, income/employment, developmental history, substance use/abuse, family structure, support system, physical health, emotional and mental health status and the client’s view of the presenting concern and factor into the therapeutic process
  • Assist family ability to obtain concrete services i.e. housing, food, clothing, medical care, utilities, home maintenance/repair, transportation, etc. as these impact progress on primary substance risk reduction
  • Work with substance affected adult on increasing awareness of the impact that alcohol and/or substance abuse has in their parenting relationship with their children; and the role alcohol and/or substance abuse has in the abuse and or neglect of their children
  • Provide education such as: interrelationship of brain chemistry; the disease concept of dependence; the nature of substance use disorders; high-risk factors for substance use disorders like the role of genetics and environment; the effects using drugs and/or alcohol have on cognitive functioning such as memory and problem solving ability; etc.
  • Engage substance using adult in knowledge of relapse; relapse prevention strategies; and developing a specific relapse prevention plan. Highlight Stages of Change to educated and help client understand the process/journey of recovery
  • Encourage/motivate toward the use of community recovery groups
  • Develop prevention activities and education for family members to understand the dynamics of substance use disorders and provide appropriate referrals, resources and education to the families
  • Establish community contacts to refer families/make collateral contacts to services including but not limited to: Early on, domestic violence, mental health, substance abuse counseling, longer-term counseling; financial management; concrete services. Teach families how to advocate for themselves with these resources
  • Maintain face-to-face contact with families according to the contract defined frequency/duration and the individual needs of the family
  • Prepare reports (treatment plans, services plans, court reports, closure summaries) within the appropriate time frames. Maintain safety planning and documentation thereof throughout services according to the needs of the family
  • Ensure that the children in the household are in a safe and healthy environment by addressing the safety of all family members living in the home. Observe and respond to warning signs of abuse and neglect and make appropriate reports
  • Maintain case files and documentation of client contact/activities to support accurate and timely billing procedures
  • Assure clients have contact availability to reach program staff in an emergency
  • Transport clients in your own vehicle

Why Choose Wellspring?

You may be wondering why Wellspring would be a good option for you. Here are some of the benefits to being part of the behavioral health team with Wellspring:

  • You won't be alone. You'll be part of a dedicated team of providers and connect through bi-weekly meetings
  • You'll receive clinical supervision bi-weekly or as needed
  • You'll have back office support from our marketing team for generating referrals and our accounting department for processing claims for payment.
  • You'll be eligible for mileage reimbursement 
  • You'll manage and plan your own schedule
  • You'll have access to enroll in all of the Wellspring benefits (Health Insurance, PTO, etc..)

Full job description available at the interview

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As a recognized leader in our field, The Guidance Center provides a broad range of services that have helped children, adults and families unlock potential and build better lives since 1958. With 25 programs we offer treatment, prevention, growth and education services to more than 15,000 people annually. Together we: Nurture development. Foster resilience. Cultivate well-being  

We have an exciting opportunity for a SUD Therapist to join our Adult Behavioral Health team of talented professionals.

The Adult Behavioral Health SUD Therapist is responsible for maintaining a caseload consisting of clients, adolescents and adults, with a primary substance abuse and/or mental health diagnosis. The therapist is required to conduct intake assessments, to maintain the case record in a timely fashion, to complete authorizations with various funding sources in a timely manner as required, and to conduct appropriate treatment services based on medical necessity. Regular working hours for staff are Monday through Thursday 8:30 am to 7 pm and Friday 8:30 am to 5 pm. Evening hours will be required, and determined based on program needs.

Requirements

  • Must have a minimum of a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or Counseling and possess the corresponding State of Michigan licensure Candidates without a state license can be considered but must obtain state licensure (LLMSW, LLPC, TLLP, LMSW, LPC or LLP) within a 60-day training period beginning on the date of hire. This period may be extended by up to an additional 60 days of training at the sole discretion of the employer. Failure to obtain licensure within the training period will result in the employee being unqualified to perform work functions. Beyond the training period, all state licensure must continually remain active, in effect, and free from disciplinary action.
  • Candidates must obtain the Qualified Mental Health Professional credential within 120 days of hire. Must possess a CAADC credential, or be on an active, approved registered MCBAP certification Development Plan within six weeks of hire.
  • Must have one year of experience (may include time spent in fieldwork or internship) treating or working with people who have been diagnosed with mental illness and substance use disorders.
  • Must be able to work independently.
  • Must have excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Must have excellent organizational and attention to detail skills in order to track and prepare data accurately and timely.
  • Must have the ability interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, or schedule form.
  • Individual programs may have additional requirements.
  • Additional requirements include: cultural competency, the ability to work effectively with a diverse population, the ability to engage and maintain therapeutic relationships with individuals and families in a variety of modes of treatment, the ability to develop collaborative relationships with other unit staff and providers, and a willingness to be flexible.

The Guidance Center believes that our team members are our most valuable resources, and we invest in them accordingly. We offer our employees a competitive salary, flexible scheduling opportunities, a team-oriented work environment and much more!

If you are interested in becoming part of our world-class team, please submit your resume on-line by logging onto our website at www.guidance-center.org/careers

The Guidance Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity

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General Summary:

Therapist will be responsible to deliver person centered, self-determined, recovery oriented, trauma-informed, least restrictive, competent behavioral health services to consumers in an outpatient setting.

Essential Functions:

  1. Provides clinical and supportive counseling services; individual, group and family therapy in a trauma informed, recovery oriented, short-term, person centered, solution focused manner.
  2. Facilitates psycho-educational classes and/or groups such as parenting skills, independent living skills, anger management, behavior management, substance abuse, etc.
  3. Provides primary case holder services, as assigned including assessment, treatment plan development, formal reviews, information gathering, referrals and linkages, where appropriate. Coordinate services with other professionals and para-professionals and liaison with outside social service agencies and other organizations.
  4. Delivers evidenced-based interventions as trained and appropriate to the consumer needs. (Examples: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).
  5. Performs all duties as assigned to ensure the Outpatient Services department runs efficiently and effectively. Duties include but are not limited to: Assessment, Person-Centered Planning, diagnosis of clinical conditions, individual, family, and group therapy, crisis intervention, and care coordination.

NOTE: The lists of essential and additional functions are not exhaustive. They may be supplemented as necessary from time to time.

Education/Certification/Licensure:

  • Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, Family & Marriage Therapy or Psychology.
  • If current caseload consists of consumers with primary Medicare insurance, LMSW is required.
  • Therapist II: Master's degree. Fully Licensed Masters Social Worker (LMSW), Fully Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Fully Licensed Psychologist (LP).
  • Therapist III: Master's degree. Fully Licensed Masters Social Worker (LMSW), Fully Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Fully Licensed Psychologist (LP) and is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) or is a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC).

Preferred Education/Certification/Licensure

  • Master's degree in Social Work with LMSW licensure with the State of Michigan.
  • Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC)

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****$2,500 HIRING BONUS****

Position Details 

Provide quality client centered treatment that facilitate recovery and wellness to adults living with substance use/mental health concerns.    Specific interventions may  include assessment, individual and group treatment.   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. Services are provided via telehealth as well as community based /in person.   This position is Contractual / part time.     Full Time Clinician / Social Worker positions are also available in Allegan.  

 

Flexible work schedule, generous benefit package including vacation, sick and holiday pay, full health coverage 

 

Position Requirements:

  • Masters Degree and state License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.) required.      
  • Current CAADC / CAADC development plan or CAADC development plan eligible 
  • Familiarity with and knowledge of Allegan County resources 

 

 

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities and a great work environment.


 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC and MDHHS guidance.  

 

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Position Details 

Provide quality mental health treatment as part of an inter-disciplinary team that facilitate healthy development of children/youth and increased family stability.  Services are family-centered, delivered primarily in an identified school within Grand Rapids area and in home/community to support the work.   Position includes assessment, individual and family therapy, and crisis response.  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.  

  Bilingual / Spanish Speaking required 

 

Position Requirements:

  • Masters Degree in social work or related field
  • State License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.) required
  • Bilingual / Spanish Speaking REQUIRED 
  • Valid Drivers License, Auto Insurance and Clean driving record  
  • Prior experience working with children and families 
  • Knowledge of school systems / supports in Kent County preferred     

 

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay, Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities and a great work environment.


 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC and MDHHS guidance.  

 

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Provide quality family centered care that facilitate the healthy development and overall well-being of Latinx, African American women and their babies.   Services aim to promote racial equity and eliminate disparities in birth outcomes between white infants and infants of color in Kent County.  Interventions are delivered in the home/community and include assessment, individual and group therapy and support.  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. Person must be Spanish speaking. Bilingual therapist only. This program is specialized for Latinx and African American clients or families that have biracial children. 

Position Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in social work or related field
  • State Licensure (LLMSW, LPC, LMSW, LLP etc)
  • Clinical experience working with pregnant women and families with young children 
  • MI-AIMH endorsed or willing / able to work towards MI-AIMH Infant Mental Health Level II Endorsement a must. 
  • Valid Drivers License, Auto Insurance and a clean driving record
  • Candidates that represent the target populations are encouraged to apply.  

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay, Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities and a great work environment.


 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC and MDHHS guidance.  

 

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Provide  client centered supervision, development of clinical staff, program / data oversite and program leadership ensuring provision of quality care,  data driven evaluation and change management processes and community coordination and advocacy. Position is may provide limited direct care activities.   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.)  - Full licensure strongly prefered.
  • Valid Drivers License, Auto Insurance, and clean driving record  
  • 3+ years in working with children and families
  • High level of technical skills (electronic health record, MS Office etc)
  • Strong Data management skills

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay, Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities, mileage reimbursement and a great work environment.

 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC, MDHHS, MIOSHA and other regulating entity’s guidance.  

 

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Provide client centered supervision and leadership for Allegan county outpatient and SUD recovery services.  Responsibilities include supervision and development of clinical staff, ensuring provision of quality care, program development activities including data driven evaluation and change management processes, community and funder coordination.    Positive outcomes are achieved through purposeful and respectful relationships rooted in trauma informed care, hope and evidence-based research.   Allegan County Services are provided in person in the office, community and jail settings.  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. 

Flexible work schedule, generous benefit package including vacation, sick and holiday pay, full health coverage 

Position Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field
  • State License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.)    
  • CAADC Credential
  • CCS Credential  or willing / eligible to pursue
  • 4+ years post graduate work
  • 2+ years supervisory experience
  • Valid Driver’s License, Auto Insurance, and clean driving record  
  • Familiarity with the Allegan County resources

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay, Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities, mileage reimbursement and a great work environment.

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC, MDHHS, MIOSHA and other regulating entity’s guidance.  

 

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This Role has a $2,000 Incentive Bonus available.

 

Do you have two years of clinical experience working with SUD clientele?

 

We have a full time opportunity at our Charlotte, MI location. Welcome to Samaritas Nation!

 

Samaritas is a Michigan-based human service organization that connects people with families and communities, empowers them to live their fullest life possible, and creates a ripple effect of transformation. The reference to the work of the Good Samaritan in our name is especially fitting as it is consistent with our mission, values and the services our faith-based company provides.  

 

APPLY TODAY!     #BeTheRock, creating ripples of positive transformation in the lives of those we are entrusted to serve! 

  

This is a FULL TIME ROLE that pays $50,960 - $58,960 with licensed experience per year.

 

As a full time Samaritas employee, some of the benefits you will receive are:  

  • Competitive Medical, Dental, & Vision benefits, effective the first of the month following 30 days of employment
  • Company paid Basic Life Insurance ($10,000 minimum for each full time and part time employee) 
  • Company paid Short Term Disability accrual (Full time employees)
  • Retirement Plan (403b) - Company matches on first 1.5% of gross income at 133% 
  • Great Personal Time Off (PTO) accruals 
  • Plus many more benefits 

Job Summary

 

The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Clinician is accountable to the Supervisor for providing clinical services to clients and families. He/she is to provide case clinical leadership to case managers or recovery coaches that are assisting in the case. The clinician is responsible for the assessment, treatment plan, quarterly reviews and any therapeutic services he/she delivers. The clinician is responsible for the authorization and reauthorizations for the case.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Develop a person-centered treatment plan that focuses on addressing the needs of the client to include family engagement when applicable.
  2. Coordinate care for the client with family and other involved individuals, i.e. school personnel, probation officer, mentor, DHHS, medical personnel, etc.
  3. Provide individual, family therapy, and case management, as needed to each client/family on his/her caseload.
  4. Market and network with community partners and current/potential referral sources. Examples of this include but are not limited to attending community collaborative meetings, distributing marketing material, providing a description of services provided.
  5. Complete all service plans, progress notes, discharge summaries and all other necessary documentation in a timely manner.
  6. Represent Samaritas mission and vision with community partners. Exercise excellence and integrity as the job requirements are fulfilled.
  7. Monitor the quality of overall treatment services to clients on his/her caseload; and evaluate the adequacy of these services to meet treatment objectives.
  8. Participates in regularly scheduled staff meetings, therapist meetings, and any others as deemed necessary by the SUD Leadership.
  9. Represent Samaritas mission and vision with community partners. Exercise excellence and integrity as the job requirements are fulfilled.
  10. Responsible for timely Quality Assurance compliance as related to employee’s roles and functions.

Professional Growth

  • Possess a working knowledge of licensing and accreditation standards and work to assure compliance with such standards.
  • Utilize educational opportunities and resources offered by the agency and through the profession for continued development of skills and clinical expertise, (conferences, trainings, peer supervision)

Job Qualifications

 

Education, Training, and Licensure/Certification

  • Master Degree in Social Work, Counseling or a related field, from an accredited institution.
  • Two years of clinical experience working with SUD clientele preferred
  • Prior experience working with an interdisciplinary team preferred.

Experience

  • Minimum one year SUD counseling experience preferred.
  • Minimum Experience working on a team preferred.
  • Familiarity with SUD documentation preferred.

 

Knowledge Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to apply commonsense and understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagrammatic forms.
  • Ability to work constructively with supervisor and staff.
  • Ability to learn how to utilize technology through computer and phone apps.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality with client, employee and organization information.
  • Ability and willingness to work as part of a team in achieving common goals.
  • Ability to work constructively with staff and other stakeholders.
  • Ability to work effectively in a cross-cultural context.
  • Ability to speak, read and write fluent English. Strong oral and written communication skills with ability to prepare letters, summaries and reports using prescribed format and conforming to rules of punctuation, grammar, diction and style.
  • Ability to manage multiple functions of a complex organization. Strong organizational skills.

Physical and Mental Requirements

  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Hand and finger dexterity
  • Near visual acuity.

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****$2,500 HIRING Bonus****

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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.

Flexible work schedule, generous benefit package including vacation, sick and holiday pay, full health coverage 

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

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay, Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities, mileage reimbursement and a great work environment.

 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC, MDHHS, MIOSHA and other regulating entity’s guidance.  

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Provide quality client centered treatment that facilitate recovery and wellness clients living with substance use/mental health concerns.  Specific interventions may include assessment, individual and group treatment.   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. 

Services may be provided via telehealth (from your home or our office) as well as office based/in person. 

Flexible work schedule, generous benefit package including vacation, sick and holiday pay, full health coverage 

 

Part time and Full Time openings available

Similar Positions also available in Allegan and Kent Counties 

Position Requirements:

  • Masters Degree and state License (LMSW / LLMSW / LPC etc.) required.    
  • Full Licensure preferred
  • Current CAADC / CAADC development plan or CAADC development plan eligible 
  • Knowledge / familiarity with the Muskegon area strongly preferred

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay, Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities and a great work environment.


 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC and MDHHS guidance.  

 

 

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Primary role of the Peer Recovery specialist is to serve as a positive role model through face-to-face meetings, to provide ongoing support in a community and corrections setting, case management, coordination with other service providers. Peer Recovery specialist will use their own history with and knowledge of Substance Use and Co-occurring mental health recovery to support clients.

Position Requirements:

  • Active Recovery
  • Previous life experience with substance use
  •  Proven ability to address the recovery needs of individuals
  • Proven ability to share personal recovery journey in a support way, even if recovery path is different from that of the client
  • Experience in / familiarity with the corrections system / Jail
  • Must meet qualifications to gain access into Kent County Jail to provide services
  • Valid Driver’s License and clean driving history
  • Completion of high school education or equivalent
  • Current certification as a Peer Recovery Coach or ability to pursue the certification

Detailed information regarding your recovery should be included in your email / cover letter.

Flexible work schedule, generous benefit package including vacation, sick and holiday pay, full health coverage 

Who we are:

Arbor Circle is proud to be one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health, substance use and family services.  The agency provides welcoming, easily accessible, quality services to the most at risk in our community through a purposeful array of treatment, prevention and education programs.  By helping individuals and families realize their strengths and build their skills, we ensure life's challenges are addressed within a framework of hope and recovery.  By bravely engaging in strong, therapeutic relationships, individuals and families are empowered to safely explore concerns about past trauma, parenting, safety, and family conflict.

 

Arbor Circle is committed to a culture of equity and excellence throughout our service array.  We strive to address bias and systemic racism in order to promote and provide equitable and quality care.  Arbor Circle has a long history of serving diverse populations including programming focused on specific groups such as LGTBTQ+, individuals/families living in rural areas, and youth experiencing homelessness.  Arbor Circle embraces continuous learning to enhance cultural competency at all levels of the organization including Board representation, staff development, policies and procedures, direct service and client input.

 

 

Arbor Circle offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay, Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) with partial match, comprehensive staff development opportunities and a great work environment.


 

Arbor Circle values the safety of our employees, clients and community.  We have COVID processes in place that align with CDC and MDHHS guidance.  

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Please review attached job description and reach out to HeatherGreko@Ourhopeassociation.org with your resume.

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Conduct individual therapy sessions with consumers (clients) on a weekly basis and document these sessions appropriately. Maintain a caseload of assigned consumers and maintain accurate updated records and progress notes in consumer files. Demonstrate a willingness to assist fellow co-workers when the need arises or when requested by management. Maintain appropriate billing practices and ensure required documentation are submitted into the MH-WIN System.

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This position will work with the Program Manager and Program Coordinators to support current grant programming. This could include developing new prevention resources and training for the state, attending coalition meetings and providing technical assistance to community groups across Michigan, guiding people to resources, and other substance misuse prevention activities. To be successful in this role you will need to be self-directed, creative, technically savvy, have attention to detail, and strong communication skills.

Responsibilities:

  • Schedules, sets agendas, leads, and maintains meeting minutes for assigned programs
  • Reviews work of Program Manager and Program Coordinators and supports any editing needs for program communications
  • Coordinates the dissemination of meeting and/or training materials for assigned programs (i.e. meeting agendas, packets, brochures, website updates, event registration and logistics, etc.)
  • Compile and summarize evaluation results and assist with writing reports, manuals, articles, quarterly reports, work plans and other written materials
  • Supports the Program Manager and Program Coordinators with organizing files and documents related to the program to ensure proper document retention for grant
  • Maintain contact lists
  • Maintain the highest levels of professional competency as it relates to effective health promotion and substance abuse prevention principles and exhibit ethical behavior as it relates to the health promotion and the substance use disorder prevention field
  • Supports Executive Director in organizational and office management projects
  • Other duties as assigned

Position Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in health promotion, marketing, event management, non-profit administration, or other related field
  • At least 1-2 years experience developing, facilitating, and coordinating substance misuse prevention efforts and/or working with community coalitions preferred
  • Robust understanding of planning, implementing, and evaluating evidence based best prevention strategies
  • Strong time-management, organizational, verbal and written communication, public speaking, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work well with a team
  • Strong computer skills, strongly preferred – especially in using Microsoft Office, Adobe, Google Suite, Mass email marketing software, SurveyMonkey, and/or Canva
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Michigan driver's license with clean driving record; possess and maintain valid car insurance, have reliable transportation, and the ability to travel, potentially statewide

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Personalized Nursing LIGHT House is a premier behavioral health care provider with 31 years of specialized addiction treatment service serving the adult population. We have locations in Plymouth, Canton, Lakeland (near Brighton), Dearborn Heights, Madison Heights and Farmington. 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.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

We are seeking candidates to work at our Madison Heights and Plymouth, Michigan locations which are adult Inpatient/Outpatient treatment centers. We are looking for individuals to identify, screen, assess, and develop service delivery treatment care plans for persons recovering from substance abuse. Direct clients to needed services, coordinate and monitor access to and delivery of quality services, and provide client advocacy when necessary. Participate in team conferences with other professionals. Assist in ensuring that appropriate services, including health care, psychological, financial, and legal, are provided to clients at the most affordable costs. Candidates will have counseling experience in Substance Use Disorder with co-occurring disorders. Excellent and efficient reporting skills a must.

These are full time positions working both days (9:00 am - 5:30 pm Monday-Friday).

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Use the LIGHT Model in all counseling interactions.

2. Utilize the LIGHT Model in the assessment, teaching, and counseling of clients (one-on-one or in groups).

3. Develop with client goal-oriented, time-limited, and measurable goals based on identified needs, available community resources, and financial status of client.

4. Monitor and coordinate through contact with client/family and service providers to ensure optimal utilization of offered services and adequate provision of needed services.

5. Reassess goals with client to evaluate the effectiveness of plan in meeting pre-determined goals. Revise goals and/ or plans accordingly.

6. Establish and maintain up-to-date client records, including demographics, assessment, service plan implementation, and evaluation of care.

7. Maintain client confidentiality.

8. Participate in multi-disciplinary case conference meetings.

REQUIREMENTS

A Bachelor's degree in a human services field (social work, psychology, criminal justice, etc.), with licensure (LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC, LPC) with MCBAP certification (CADC) or approved development plan. At least two (2) years substance abuse counseling experience is also required.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Up to $25.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 403(b)
  • 403(b) matching
  • Dental Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Professional Development Assistance
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Vision Insurance

Medical specialties:

  • Addiction Medicine

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekend availability

Supplemental pay types:

 

  • Signing bonus

 

 
 
 
 

To apply, please email us at careers@phln.org.

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