JOB SUMMARY: Provides comprehensive alcohol and drug treatment services, including assessments and individual, group and family counseling.
SUPERVISED BY: Program Manager
STATUS: This position is non-exempt, full time
GENERAL: Must demonstrate competence in prevention, intervention and treatment of addictions and have experience with gender-specific and evidence-based services. Uses best practice in all phases of service delivery; evaluation; treatment; service planning, individual and group counseling. Must be familiar with state and local resources as well as OAR regulations. Demonstrates high ethical standards; cultural competence and professional boundaries.
Complete comprehensive, ASAM-based drug and alcohol assessments and develop appropriate services and support plan.
Facilitate and effectively utilize evidence-based practices in individual and group counseling settings.
Maintain accurate records and complete all forms, assessments and file management records as directed.
Maintain family-centered services and support; as appropriate and if requested by individual and approved by treatment team.
Provide individual sessions with each client assigned.
Observe and comply with all OAR rules
Understand and comply with HIPAA rules
Cooperate with other staff to provide quality services for individuals
Cover clinical responsibilities for colleagues as required
Participate in staff meetings, team meetings and training opportunities
Maintain current credential and seek opportunities to advance skills
Maintain knowledge of community resources.
Work environment: This job is primarily light work and located in a standard office/classroom environment. Visual acuity is required for review of assessments, spreadsheets, and viewing of computer monitor. Occasional walking to job and group sites is necessary. Ability to use a telephone and a computer are a significant portion of every workday.
References: 3 professional references required
Must be an Oregon Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC.)
Clear background check and drug screen required for continued employment
Basic computer literacy including experience with Office applications required. Experience with electronic health records preferred.
Internal Number: 101
About OnTrack Rogue Valley
Substance Abuse and Addiction
Offering counseling and treatment for self-referred clients, court referrals and probation clients in Jackson and Josephine Counties. All material is client-centered, evidence-based, trauma-informed best practice curriculum. Services available in Medford, Grants Pass and Cave Junction, Oregon.
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