compensation: Registered $18 per hour/Certified $20 per hour employment type: full-time non-profit organization
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Vista Hill Bridges North Central Regional Recovery Center (RRC) provides nonresidential alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment and recovery services to Transition Age Youth (TAY) (18-25 y.o.), adults (26-59 y.o.) and older adults (60 y.o. and above) with alcohol and other drug-induced problems, including co-occurring mental health disorders. The Bridges RRC designed for adults seeking to make the personal changes necessary to live a clean & sober productive life. The structured treatment services provide the individual with counseling and support components that include case management services, individualized treatment and recovery plans, weekly group meetings & vocational assistance and aftercare follow-up services.
The program offers the recovery knowledge and tools to rebuild a healthy lifestyle. The program’s required participation is based on assessment and includes an initial diagnostic assessment. Clinical staff includes a licensed and licensed eligible mental health clinician, certified drug and alcohol counselors, Vocational Counselor, Outreach Workers and a consulting psychiatrist. Program services are offered in North Central San Diego Area.
The Intake Coordinator ensures all referrals are contacted within 24 hours of contacting program. The Intake Coordinator is also responsible for scheduling and following up with all potential clients and their families, coordinating all appointment for potential new enrollees, conducting all initial intake paperwork, level of care assessment and coordinate the warm hand off to the appropriate staff for continued assessment, and treatment services. They will maintain all contact with our referral sources and maintain all client contact in compliance with CFR 42 standards. The Intake Coordinator must document and enter data Information in accordance with the HIPPA guidelines, BHS –CALOM –SANSWITS requirements. Additional tasks include:
• Greeting the public, answering the phone, and taking messages when necessary.
• Interfacing between Community/Public and Program Clients the establishment of client services.
• Conduct outreach within community and other agencies for potential referrals.
• Must be certified or register with a SUD certifying agency CADPT or CAAPP.
• Must have experience working with high-risk population.
• Must have experience with Word Perfect, Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and ability to develop spreadsheets and database to capture all necessary program data and must be able to operate E-mail and Internet.
• Must have valid DL, Insurance & transportation.
• Bilingual preferred.
This position receives full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, paid time off (vacation and sick leave), paid holidays, and employer-paid pension. See below for more details on employer benefits.