Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. (BCCS) is a welcoming and innovative organization that contributes to stronger communities and enhancing quality of life by creatively providing Education, Advocacy, Treatment, Early Intervention, and Prevention services. With integrity, we promote hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by mental health, substance use, HIV and multiple occurring diagnoses, and their related challenges.
It is the responsibility of the Assistant Director of Treatment to ensure that the designated behavioral health care treatment environment and Peer Support Recovery programs is recovery focused with active client/participant participation. The Assistant Director of Treatment is responsible for implementing strategies for program development, improving the quality and safety of client care; staff training and development (therapeutic techniques); peer support services, and continual quality improvement.
The Assistant Director of Treatment leads the clinical practices and objectives that will provide a high performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, quality, productivity, goal attainment, and the infusion of EBP. The Assistant Director promotes and operates in a recovery oriented/trauma informed manner, ensuring that all individuals receiving services in all of the programs are treated with dignity and respect. The Assistant Director works closely with administrative staff, directors and program managers at all sites to provide statewide presence and awareness, ensuring all project activities are well planned, implemented successfully, evaluated as proposed, reported on as required and best practices are disseminated throughout the agency.
The Assistant Director is responsible for directing, developing, and coordinating the activities and events relative to the designated programs to ensure achievement of program goals and objectives. The Assistant Director will also serve as the peer support services and clinical expert, providing leadership and subject matter expertise to create and deliver an agency wide consistency pertaining peer support, wellness, prevention, and treatment services. The Assistant Director is responsible for creating a welcoming and healing environment by providing quality, sufficient and appropriate services and maintaining high professional standards.