Coordinate all treatment aspects of a client’s drug and alcohol treatment program. Serves as a professional staff member and/or team leader of an interdisciplinary team and is responsible directly to the Clinical Service Supervisor for the coordination and continuity of care from admission through discharge and follow-up of the residents. Serves as an assistant to the Clinical Service Supervisor. To promote Performance Improvement and service delivery that is aligned with the agency’s primary mission.
· Identify training needs for assigned staff and program and submit suggestions to the Clinical Service Supervisor.
· Provide and obtain the following therapeutic services as determined by the Treatment Team and specified in the client’s Individual Treatment Plan: individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, community activities, Facility visits, vocational training, and follow-up care.
· Ensure coordination and documentation of contracts with community workers including, preparation of monthly progress reports to community social workers, determination of placement plans according to Treatment plan recommendations.
· Provide/coordinate all drug and alcohol assessments as it relates to the diagnosis of residents.
· Enters progress notations summarizing all treatment interventions performed for clients on a weekly basis.
· Ensure the completion of all Individual Treatment Plans and their reviews following their perspective time frames.
· Report to the Clinical Service Supervisor any and all relevant developments and information affecting the clients and facility operation
· Provide staff duty coverage as scheduled.
· Perform other duties as assigned by the Clinical Service Supervisor or Clinical Program Director.
· Must be a certified or licensed professional in a human services field such as: certified social worker (CSW), licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC), licensed professional counselor associate (LPCA), licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), licensed psychologists (LP), licensed psychological practitioners (LPP), licensed marriage & family therapists (LMFT) or certified drug and alcohol counselor (CADC) in the state of Kentucky
· Ability to work varying hours to accommodate client needs
· Health, dental, vision insurance
· 401K with 3% company match
· Supplemental life insurance, short-term, long-term disability
· Paid time off
· Flexible work schedule (in most facilities)