Parent Care Family Recovery Services are designed for chemically dependent women and their families who at high risk for child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness. A majority of women in treatment also have a dual psychiatric diagnosis and a host of physical health related issues.
Services are evidence based or best practice alcohol and drug treatment modalities to facilitate ongoing sobriety. Women in the program have the opportunity to make critical lifestyle changes and establish a safe, nurturing home environment for their children. Treatment services are gender sensitive and focus on the special needs of parenting women with chemical dependency (addiction) and limited parenting and living skills.
The MHSA Therapists provide high quality individual, group, couples, and family counseling, case management, outreach and intake services to clients and families. Duties will include
Providing early engagement strategies with new clients.
Working with individuals and in groups with children of clients.
Providing crisis management services to clients struggling with recovery and mental health.
Facilitating an evening monthly family group.
Facilitating a week long kid's group during summer vacation.
Performing administrative tasks, assisting with clinical duties and other duties as assigned. Drug testing as needed.
Registered with BBS (ASW, MFT I, LPCC I or Licensed)
Prefer A/D certification, minimum 1 year experience working in AOD field
Knowledge of individual, group, family counseling
Knowledge of community health, welfare and social agencies
Knowledge of chemical dependency, treatment and recovery approaches and processes
Understanding of engagement, outreach and motivational interviewing techniques to encourage and assist clients.
This position receives full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, paid time off (vacation and sick leave), paid holidays, and employer-paid pension.