Substance Use Disorder Professional
Provide a broad range of ambulatory and in-home services to individuals seeking assistance with substance use disorders (SUDs). Serve as the primary contact with SUD individuals; provide direct treatment and case management services including assessment, admission, individual and group counseling, case management and referral.
Perform admissions and assessments, develop and implement individual service plans and establish clinical goals and objectives for each participant on his/her caseload.
Provide evidence/promising practice based individual and group counseling services in ambulatory and virtual in-home settings for individual clients, couples and families.
Provide on-going case management services by regularly assessing and monitoring participants’ progress.
Maintain current and accurate files and records through regular reviews and updates, including but not limited to group and individual notes, letters, referrals, monthly compliance reports where needed, and discharge summaries. Ensure all files meet Tribal Codes and state WACs.
Report participant’s activities to Clinical Supervisor to ensure department goals and participant needs are met through a coordinated departmental effort.
Coordinate with multidisciplinary teams, other county departments, outside agencies, and service providers; work closely with law enforcement and court personnel to keep them informed of participant progress and legal status.
Intervene in crisis emergencies; make referrals for assistance to participants, including promoting and providing information related to nicotine cessation or problem gambling.
Strict adherence to the code of ethics that govern the substance use disorders profession.
2- or 4-Year Degree
Job Posted 8/3/2022