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Substance Use Disorder Clinical Supervisor (PHP Program)

Maryland Community Health Baltimore ,MD
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

 

Penn North is seeking a Clinical Supervisor for our Substance Use Disorder Program. The Clinical Supervisor oversees the clinical staff in our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) . The clinical supervisor may also carry a small caseload of their own if needed. The clinical supervisor reports directly to the clinical director of the program, who is a licensed LCADC. The clinical supervisor would have at the minimum, a CAC-AD-S, or may also be a licensed LCADC.

Description:

The Clinical Supervisor directs and manages an effective clinical service delivery team using applicable principles of Substance Use Disorder Counseling which include - patient psycho-social assessment, group and individual treatment, family intervention, patient/family education and treatment planning. The candidate must have addiction counseling certification in good standing, or an appropriate license. This is full-time position and will require 40 hours /week commitment, and may be either exempt or non-exempt. Candidate must be able to work early morning hours and available to work some weekends if needed. Additionally, candidates must be able to pass a credit check, background check and drug screening.

Responsibilities:

  • Supports evaluation of program services to enhance patient outcomes and acts as a positive change agent to implement clinical initiatives to increase quality patient care.
  • Conducts assessment of each patient’s psycho-social status and functioning in an effort to document history and identify preliminary items for the treatment plan.
  • Facilitates the overall development and implementation of a comprehensive, individualized plan of treatment in conjunction with other treatment team members.
  • Incorporates the patient’s psycho-social functioning and strengths in the plan of care.
  • Formulates a treatment plan with the client, using knowledge of alcohol and drug abuse risk factors and counseling and treatment techniques.
  • Provides and/or arranges for therapeutic interventions as appropriate for patients or clients in a crisis situation.
  • Follows up to determine reliability and validity of treatment used; makes recommendations regarding modification to services and service delivery.
  • Refers client to other support services as needed, such as medical evaluation and treatment, social services, and employment services.
  • Prepares and maintains reports and case histories.
  • Participates in the review of clinical issues and program policies and procedures.
  • Consults with other therapists and related professional and paraprofessional staff, as appropriate, in the performance of therapeutic and/or casework; refers clients to appropriate service agencies as required.
  • Attends staff meetings and team conferences; leads team meetings as required.
  • Participates in, leads, and/or coordinates training sessions and workshops to enhance treatment skills.
  • Maintains current knowledge base on counseling issues regarding substance abuse and other psycho-social disorders through conferences, educational requirements for licensure, and applicable current literature.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Positive attitude and open approach to patients, staff and visitors.
  • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing.
  • Strong knowledge of addiction, treatment, and recovery.
  • Experience and ability to work with electronic medical records is required.
  • Must pass criminal background checks.

Education Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Substance Abuse Counseling or a related field
  • Must meet Approved Supervisory Status from the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors in Drug and Alcohol Counseling.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $52,000.00 - $72,800.00 per year

Company Description
A pioneer in wellness and recovery, Maryland Community Health Initiatives, Inc. (Penn North) was among the first programs in the United States to use acupuncture in the treatment of addiction—starting the first Acudetox program in the Baltimore City Detention Center in 1993. Penn North was the first program in Baltimore City to provide free on-demand recovery support 24-hours a day through the Threshold to Recovery program. Penn North's workforce development program provides soft skills training to prepare participants to enter (or re-enter) the workforce and placement assistance to support them in locating, securing, and maintaining living-wage employment. Our supportive housing program provides healthy and affordable housing to 200 men and women in recovery.

At the heart of one of Baltimore's busiest intersections (Pennsylvania and North Avenues) adjacent to the Penn North subway and bus lines, Department of Social Services, DHMH Men's Health Center and Enoch Pratt Library—Penn North is centrally located at the intersection of the historic West Baltimore neighborhoods of Penn North, Sandtown-Winchester, Greater Mondawmin, and Druid Heights.

Penn North is the only outpatient treatment provider and recovery center located in the 21217 zip code. This community is home to 40,000 residents where the median household income is $20,637. 32% of the neighborhood's residents are unemployed and 35% have incomes below the poverty threshold. The violent crime rate in this community is ten times that of the national average, eight times that of the state average, and three times the Baltimore City average. Families living in this community are exposed to a tremendous amount of stress and trauma stemming from addiction, poverty, homelessness, violence, incarceration, and racism.

Penn North provides critical services to over 12,000 people each year. More than 600 people take part in programs and activites at Penn North each and every day. We are Baltimore's longest standing recovery community center— a fixture in the community— and a safe haven for anyone seeking friendship and support and a healthy retreat from life on the streets. Whether it is a walk-in or referral, we welcome anyone seeking treatment or recovery support and provide all services free of charge.

Maryland Community Health

Why Work Here?

Supportive, nurturing teamwork environment with room for growth and professional opportunity!

A pioneer in wellness and recovery, Maryland Community Health Initiatives, Inc. (Penn North) was among the first programs in the United States to use acupuncture in the treatment of addiction—starting the first Acudetox program in the Baltimore City Detention Center in 1993. Penn North was the first program in Baltimore City to provide free on-demand recovery support 24-hours a day through the Threshold to Recovery program. Penn North's workforce development program provides soft skills training to prepare participants to enter (or re-enter) the workforce and placement assistance to support them in locating, securing, and maintaining living-wage employment. Our supportive housing program provides healthy and affordable housing to 200 men and women in recovery. At the heart of one of Baltimore's busiest intersections (Pennsylvania and North Avenues) adjacent to the Penn North subway and bus lines, Department of Social Services, DHMH Men's Health Center and Enoch Pratt Library—Penn North is centrally located at the intersection of the historic West Baltimore neighborhoods of Penn North, Sandtown-Winchester, Greater Mondawmin, and Druid Heights. Penn North is the only outpatient treatment provider and recovery center located in the 21217 zip code. This community is home to 40,000 residents where the median household income is $20,637. 32% of the neighborhood's residents are unemployed and 35% have incomes below the poverty threshold. The violent crime rate in this community is ten times that of the national average, eight times that of the state average, and three times the Baltimore City average. Families living in this community are exposed to a tremendous amount of stress and trauma stemming from addiction, poverty, homelessness, violence, incarceration, and racism. Penn North provides critical services to over 12,000 people each year. More than 600 people take part in programs and activites at Penn North each and every day. We are Baltimore's longest standing recovery community center— a fixture in the community— and a safe haven for anyone seeking friendship and support and a healthy retreat from life on the streets. Whether it is a walk-in or referral, we welcome anyone seeking treatment or recovery support and provide all services free of charge.

Address

2410 Pennsylvania Avenue
Baltimore, MD
21217 USA