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Job purpose:

Initiates and develops resident treatment planning goals through contact with clients, family, colleagues, and other staff.

Duties and responsibilities:

Evaluates behavioral and emotional needs of clients and family members. Performs individual and process group therapy sessions including preparing materials for sessions. Manages client files by having all appropriate documents. Communicating with referral sources and company representatives. Attends treatment team meetings with psychiatrist and staff. Participates in community meetings with clients. Completes family sessions as necessary. Facilitates utilization reviews with appropriate funding sources in a timely fashion. Attends trainings as necessary. Maintains client caseload daily. Receives phone calls from support staff as necessary regarding client behavioral and emotional needs. Clerical duties as required for maintenance of client files. Listens to clients concerning all areas of treatment. Maintains safe, orderly, and therapeutic physical environment for clients including crisis intervention. Facilitating process groups, one-to-one sessions, and family sessions. Drug and Alcohol/ Mental Health experience. Treatment planning experience.

Qualifications:

A Master’s Degree from an accredited college with a major in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing (with a clinical specialty in the human services field) or other related field or A Bachelor’s Degree with the same educational requirements and one year of clinical experience.

Other Qualifications:
At least twenty-one (21) years of age. Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI). Valid driver’s license. Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.

Job purpose:

Assisting with interventions with clients.

Duties and responsibilities:

Transports clients to meetings, pick-up and drop-off clients, do store runs, and drop-off and pick-up discharges. Assists with confiscation of items. Listens to clients concerning all areas of treatment. Coordinate activities including lectures, recreation, and meetings. Follows objectives of treatment plans. Maintains safe, orderly, and therapeutic physical environment for clients including crisis intervention. Evaluates behavioral and emotional needs of clients and provides input. Attends trainings as necessary. Attends company meetings. Coordinates and attends staff meetings. Clerical duties as needed.

Qualifications:

H.S.Diploma or equivalent required.

Job purpose:

The LPN directly supports our clients by actively participating in a multi-disciplinary treatment team to provide clinical expertise in helping clients make real and lasting changes in their lives.

Duties and responsibilities:

Will provide medical/medication management by coordinating consumer needs with health care providers, monitoring medication compliance and giving injection per prescriptions. Coordinates internal psychiatrist schedule to assure clients are seen regularly. Employee will update team members with relevant information regarding clients’ needs or issues. Will also be responsible for clinical documentation, staff relationships, referral contacts and a variety of other duties.

Qualifications:

Current Pennsylvania NURSING license required.

Job purpose:

(RN’s) Properly instructs and guides Recovery Supporters and LPN’s in client care responsibilities and assignments.

Duties and responsibilities:

Orientation of new employees to unit specific policies and procedures, positive and offers constructive feedback and direction to students/interns on the unit, conveys accurate information in supportive and courteous manner to unit nursing and tech staff. Seeks out supervision and direction from physician, completion of nursing assessments, transfers, discharges, treatment plans, progress notes, medication reconciliation, medication administration, vitals, knowledge of detox protocols, assisting medical doctor as needed, provide medical lectures. Report any unusual occurrences to nurse supervisor/program director promptly, ensure room assignments are appropriate to clients’ needs, attend and actively participate in departmental staff meetings. Maintain medical equipment in proper working order; maintain confidentiality and proper boundaries, other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Current Pennsylvania NURSING license (RN or LPN) required.

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