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ADAS offers a competitive benefit package to full-time employees. It includes Vacation, Sick and Personal Time, Health, Vision and Dental Insurance, Flex Spending, Tuition Reimbursement, 401k with matching, etc...
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $28,694.00 - $31,125.00 per year
Evaluates and assesses individuals referred to outpatient to determine the extent of the problem and developing a course of treatment a. Collecting drug and alcohol data b. Collecting psychosocial data c. Observing behavior d. Completing other screenings as necessary. ie co-occurring screenings e. Referring clients to other agencies as needed
Coordinating and recommending client’s for residential treatment when appropriate and provide follow up outpatient for clients leaving treatment.
Establishes and maintains cohesive relationships with referral sources outside the agency
Keeps and maintains outpatient charts on a daily basis by completing all necessary forms.
Works with new employees in on the job training to ensure they develop necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to work with clients.
Attends supervision, staffing, trainings and other meetings necessary for the overall functioning of the outpatient program.
Completes urinalysis as needed to facilitate effective treatment.
Provides outpatient treatment for Student Assistance Programs, Jails and or Hospitals as needed.
Enters all information needed for electronic files.
Provides treatment in other outpatient facilities as necessary.
Provides counseling for Potter County DUI and Drug Court and offers case coordination on Court Dates.
Performs all other related duties as assigned.
Ability to learn the drug and alcohol abusing subculture.
Ability to learn crisis intervention methods; individual, family, group and marital counseling techniques; and techniques for modifying behavior.
Ability to read and understand office guidelines and office forms, such as, liability forms, insurance forms, staffing forms, and consent forms.
Ability to learn to conduct individual, group, family and marital counseling sessions.
Ability to learn to write and update treatment plans, admission and discharge summaries, daily progress notes, monthly reports, form letters, and correspondence relating to specific clients.
Ability to learn to assess level of client dependency on substances, progress in treatment, and environmental factors influencing client.
A bachelor's degree with a major in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing (with a clinical specialty in human service) or other related field.
Driver's License is required.
Any interested applicant should contact Brooke Boyer, Clerk Typist III at (814) 642-9541.