Since 1985 Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. (BCCS) has be a trusted provider of outstanding substance abuse and behavioral health treatment. BCCS is a community organization that prides itself on helping members of our community recover with dignity. We enhance the quality of life by creatively providing Education, Advocacy, Prevention, Early Intervention and Treatment Services. We promote hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by mental illness, substance abuse, HIV and multiple occurring diagnoses, and their related challenges.
As a Substance Abuse Counselor with BCCS, you will:
• Meet with assigned clients as required to formulate and carry out clinical goals.
• Assist with intake process prior to caseload assignment.
• Evaluate assigned clients and formulate treatment plan goals in consultation with the Clinical Supervisor.
• Treats clients using individual, group and/or family counseling/education as indicated on the treatment plan.
• Complete intakes/assessments and provide diagnostic information and ASAM levels of care
• Observes urine testing when necessary.
• Review contingency contracts.
• Maintain appropriate written records.
• Provide outreach and educational activities in the community as required.
• Comply with all BCCS policies and procedures.
• Consult with the Clinical Supervisor on a daily basis for casing.
• Maintain appropriate written records and make sure the chart is in accordance with the Joint Commission and meets Delaware licensure standards and CSAT criteria.
• Participate in case presentation at weekly meetings.
• Participate in staff meetings, trainings and other office related duties.
• Performs any other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.
• Completes all treatment plans and discharges as required for caseload.
• Meets with clients for billable service hours, minimum of 100 per month.
• Provide case management services for caseload of approximately 50 clients
• Conduct Intensive Outpatient Treatment groups as scheduled, three times per week, 3 hours per group.
• Provide weekly individual counseling for IOP caseload.
• Make referrals to community resources or higher levels of care as needed.
• Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science or related field
• 1 year experience in the Drug and Alcohol Field
• Within 2 years must have obtained certification as CADC (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor).
To apply please visit the Careers portion of our website www.brandywinecounseling.com/job-opportunities