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Addictions Counselor- Licensed and/or Certified - American Treatment Network, LLC (Dover, DE)

We are seeking a compassionate and dedicated Addictions counselor to help provide direction and support for our clients. In this role, you will be responsible for developing treatment plans, and identifying behaviors that impede rehabilitation. You may also be required to facilitate individual and group therapy sessions. Counselors should be familiar with the latest treatment methods and collaborate with other mental health care specialists. Top-notch candidates have excellent clinical knowledge and demonstrable counseling experience.

Addictions Counselor/Clinician Responsibilities:
Assists substance abuse, mental health, and emotionally vulnerable clients, working under direction of the ATN management.
Managing all aspects of a caseload from date of entry to date of discharge.
Evaluating patients' physical and mental behaviors.
Developing appropriate treatment plans.
Facilitating individual and group therapy sessions.
Monitoring patients over time to access treatment progress.
Collaborating with psychiatrists, doctors, and nurses.
Identifying behaviors that interfere with treatment and recovery.
Assisting primary caregivers to manage addiction-related behavior.

Post date: 5/12/22
Deadline: 8/12/22
Qualifications:

Requirements:
Associate degree in chemical dependency counseling, or a bachelor's degree with coursework in chemical dependency.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or similar.
Licensed Professional Counselor Mental Health Counselor (LPCMH), or similar.
Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor/ Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC/CADC), or similar.
Previous experience with the treatment of substance abuse disorders. Experience in MAT treatment preferred.
Experience with co-occurring health and mental health problems.
In-depth knowledge of drug and alcohol testing to monitor treatment plans and medical instructions.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Exceptional interpersonal skills and a compassionate nature.

To Apply

To apply: send resume to jhicks@americantreatmentnetwork.com

Peer Recovery Specialist - Wayspring (Wilmington, DE)

Research shows that while men apply to jobs when they meet an average of 60% of the criteria, women and other marginalized folks tend to only apply when they check every box. So, if you think you have what it takes, but don’t necessarily meet every single point on one of our job openings, please still apply. We’d love to consider your application and see if you could be a great fit!
At Wayspring, we are committed to furthering our value of Equity & Inclusion throughout our recruiting practices. We seek diversity of background and opinion, as we think these attributes improve the performance of our company and are the right thing to do for our communities. We recognize and remove barriers to success within our company and communities. We seek to build a recruiting process that is inclusive and fosters diversity.
Company and Benefit Summary
Wayspring has reimagined substance use disorder treatment. We provide individualized care, delivered with a peer-centered approach. We focus on making sure patients have their basic needs met, like access to care, economic stability, and connection to relationships and community. Then we help each person find their own way to wellness.
· Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Options
· Company funded HSA
· Monthly Gym Allowance
· Paid parental leave – all parents included!
· Company paid short term disability, long term disability and life insurance
· Generous 401k match
· Premium Employee Assistance Program, inclusive of counseling sessions
· Company Contributions to Future Minded Savings (think 529, HSA, Student Loan Reimbursement, and Emergency savings fund)
· Generous PTO package (accrual policy based on years of service) and an additional 10 paid company holidays

Post date: 4/1/22
Deadline: 7/1/22
Qualifications:

Preferred Qualifications
· An appetite for learning and self-improvement
· Startup experience within healthcare and/or IT setting is a plus

Responsibilities:

Overview of the Peer Recovery Specialist
The Peer Recovery Specialist’s primary responsibility is to provide ongoing support to members enrolled in Wayspring’s Recovery Solution program. This role will serve as a guide to individuals working towards long term recovery by mentoring them through their treatment program. Once matched with an appropriate member, the Peer Recovery Specialist will activate their care plan to ensure that members are engaged in prescribed treatment. In addition, the Peer Recovery Specialist will ensure that members are connected to essential community support resources (i.e., housing, transportation, etc.) to enhance retention and increase the likelihood of maintaining long term recovery.
Our ideal candidate would have experience as a recovery or peer “coach,” and direct mentoring of individuals engaged in treatment for Substance Use Disorder. Strong organizational and communication skills are a must, as well as the ability to quickly identify problems and act to minimize the likelihood of adverse clinical outcomes.
Responsibilities for the Peer Recovery Specialist
· Within 24 hours of matching, establish connection with assigned member
· Maintain members’ Care Contingency Plans and if necessary, execute the plan at the direction of the Recovery Partner
· Provide continuous peer support and mentorship to individuals enrolled in Wayspring’s Recovery Solution program
· Establish and foster relationships with local treatment facilities (inpatient, residential, IOP/PHP, outpatient, MAT, etc.)
· Establish and foster relationships with community resources (12-step meetings, transportation, housing, financial, etc.), and connect members when appropriate
· Adhere to Wayspring information security and privacy requirements
Peer Recovery Specialist Requirements
· Minimum of three years in active recovery from substance use disorder
· Access to a car, and an active driver’s license
· If applicable and required, current and active licensure as a peer/recovery “coach”
· Evidence of completion of a Wayspring-approved peer specialist training program
· Strong customer service orientation, and excellent written and verbal communications skills
· Ability to function in an interdisciplinary setting
· A belief that the status quo can be improved upon
· A desire for process improvement, problem solving, and results

Peer Specialist - American Treatment Network, LLC (Dover, DE)

We are seeking qualified candidates for the position of Peer Support Specialist. The position has responsibility for providing peer support services, therapeutic interactions designed to promote empowerment, self-determination, understanding, coping skills, and resilience through mentoring and service coordination supports. Peer Support Specialists assist patients with daily living activities, lead patients in educational and recreational activities and to regain control over their own lives and their own recovery process. They deliver direct, individual client care through compassionate peer support.
Responsibilities:
Assists substance abuse, mental health, and emotionally vulnerable patients, working under direction of the ATN management, while supporting nursing and medical staff
Monitors patient activities providing safety checks throughout shift by completing rounds by the appropriate level of care either electronically or paper rounds
Ensures patients’ safety, interacting therapeutically
Assists with verbal de-escalation as well as Against Advice interventions
Performs admissions including a person's search, heat treatment, and patient belongings search and documentation; also includes processing of drop-offs and mail
Monitors patient activities at all times including groups, recreational activities, free time, fresh air breaks, outings, etc.
Assists with all aspects of visitation program, whether in-person or virtual including greeting, sign-in, orientation, search and belongings processing

Post date: 5/12/22
Deadline: 8/12/22
Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent
Certified Peer Support Specialist (preferred)
6 months experience in health and human service, social work or peer support-related field preferred
Ability to work in fast-paced environment
Understands need for and maintains some familiarity with behavior modification or 12-step modality

To Apply

To apply: send resume to jhicks@americantreatmentnetwork.com

Peer Support Specialist - RI International (Ellendale, DE)

RI International is a global organization with more than 50 programs located throughout the United States and abroad. We continuously work to strengthen our position as the worldwide leader of mental health and substance use crisis service design delivery as well peer delivered care. Our mission is to empower people to recover, succeed in accomplishing their goals, find meaning and purpose in life, and reconnect with themselves and others.
Summary of Job: The Peer Support Specialist I provides support and recovery training to individuals receiving services. The Peer Support Specialist I also assists in implementing/creating a recovery environment and acts as an advocate for the needs and rights of every individual.

Post date: 5/4/22
Deadline: 8/4/22
Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed must be representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
•Successful completion of Peer Employment Training thus obtaining Certification as a Peer Support Specialist required.
•Basic computer skills.
•Lived experience requiring mental health and/or substance use services.
•Ability to teach/train recovery information and recovery tools.
•Effective communication skills.
•High School Diploma or equivalent.

Responsibilities:

•Provides peer support to engage individuals in a recovery partnership and assists in identifying participant’s hopes and dreams and the solutions they are seeking.
•Teaches recovery and life skills using recovery tools. •Models hope, personal responsibility and self-advocacy to demonstrate how recovery goals can be respectfully met and how a belief in self is maintained.
•Assists in developing natural supports and community living. •Cultivates connectedness in the person’s life (self, others, the environment, and to meaning and purpose).
•Coordinates with the individual’s clinical team and other supports to arrange services or resources to help the individual achieve their goals.
•Completes clinical documentation as required.
•Understands and adheres to RI International compliance standards as they appear in the Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policies.
•Performs other related duties as assigned.

To Apply

For consideration for employment, please email your resume to amanda.doublin@riinternational.com

Peer Support Specialist - RI International (Newark, DE)

RI International is a global organization with more than 50 programs located throughout the United States and abroad. We continuously work to strengthen our position as the worldwide leader of mental health and substance use crisis service design delivery as well peer delivered care. Our mission is to empower people to recover, succeed in accomplishing their goals, find meaning and purpose in life, and reconnect with themselves and others.

Summary of Job: The Peer Support Specialist I provides support and recovery training to individuals receiving services. The Peer Support Specialist I also assists in implementing/creating a recovery environment and acts as an advocate for the needs and rights of every individual.

Post date: 5/4/22
Deadline: 8/4/22
Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed must be representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
•Successful completion of Peer Employment Training thus obtaining Certification as a Peer Support Specialist required.
•Basic computer skills.
•Lived experience requiring mental health and/or substance use services.
•Ability to teach/train recovery information and recovery tools.
•Effective communication skills.
•High School Diploma or equivalent.

Responsibilities:

•Provides peer support to engage individuals in a recovery partnership and assists in identifying participant’s hopes and dreams and the solutions they are seeking.
•Teaches recovery and life skills using recovery tools.
•Models hope, personal responsibility and self-advocacy to demonstrate how recovery goals can be respectfully met and how a belief in self is maintained.
•Assists in developing natural supports and community living.
•Cultivates connectedness in the person’s life (self, others, the environment, and to meaning and purpose).
•Coordinates with the individual’s clinical team and other supports to arrange services or resources to help the individual achieve their goals.
•Completes clinical documentation as required.
•Understands and adheres to RI International compliance standards as they appear in the Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policies.
•Performs other related duties as assigned.

To Apply

For consideration for employment, please email your resume to amanda.doublin@riinternational.com