Growth Works is currently hiring a Male full-time SUD Clinician to our team! The Clinician will provide therapeutic services and support to residential youth in the Washtenaw area. The Clinician will provide direct clinical care in the form of group and individual client treatment working with probation officers, attorneys, area residential providers and judges in the monitoring of a clients progression through the court process and discuss opportunities to make essential changes to facilitate recovery.
- Ensures that clients are receiving the necessary clinical care to progress in completion of their treatment goals.
- Provides direct clinical care in group, family and individual settings in a residential setting
- Responsible for treatment planning and ongoing assessment of client strengths, disorders, needs and requirements;
- Provides clinical care in a manner as specified in the written plan for services and in adherence to the policies and procedures manual for clinical care.
- Works in a coordinated manner with the personnel designated to Washtenaw County Juvenile Drug Court Hearings and/or Livingston County Juvenile Drug Court/Probation Hearings and related staff meetings.
- Assures program compliance with all federal and state rules.
- Completes required documentation of the clinical record and treatment planning
- Attends regular staff meetings to discuss client and Agency matters
- Presently seeking a Male Clinician due to the gender-specific duties of the role
- Required Masters degree in Social Work, Counseling or Addictions Studies
- Current holder of State of Michigan licensure as Social Worker, Therapist, Counselor.
- Previous Clinician work in a residential setting highly desired, along with 1 to 2 years of relevant experience in clinical substance abuse services.
- Current holder of (CAADC) Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor certification, or ability to obtain development plan with MCBAP.
- Knowledge and experience with the disease concept of chemical dependency and recovery required. Knowledge of trauma, brain development and co-occurring disorders preferred.