The Drug and Alcohol Counselor will maintain an active caseload of clients who are receiving therapeutic and supportive services for substance use in either an intensive outpatient, outpatient or residential setting. The counselor will provide individual and group therapies along with completing all necessary documentation mandated by regulating agencies and will attend all agency in-house meetings and trainings as requested. Ability to exhibit compassion, sensitivity and respect to the PIR is highly desirable.
Masters Degree in Human Services/Social Sciences/Psychology and 1-2 years of experience in substance abuse counseling preferred; or Bachelors Degree and CAC with 2 years of experience. Will consider any combination of education, experience and/or training that would provide the skills necessary to effectively work with those challenged with substance use.