Mental Health Therapist
We are currently actively hiring for all positions listed below
This position is responsible for providing individual as well as wrap around family therapy to children, teens & families in a clinic setting. Must be able to develop, implement and evaluate a plan of care according to the needs of the client. Must be capable of working with diverse populations. Ability to demonstrate initiative, good judgment and problem solving skills. Must be able to work with different family dynamics. Maintains accurate and timely records, including clinical progress notes, according to facility policy. Proficient use of computer. This position will also support other agency programs by staffing’s directed at broadening clinical directions to all system staff and providers. Work will take place in Priest River and Sandpoint Idaho. Must be licensed in the state of Idaho as either a LCPC, LPC or LCSW, Must pass a background check. This position qualifies for a school loan re-payment program through the National Health Service Corp. This position will quickly grow into a full-time position. Pay rate DOE
Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor (CADC)
This position assists in developing, organizing, and conducting programs to provide education for conditions and problems relating to drug and alcohol abuse. Conducts or assists in conducting individual or group counseling sessions and programs
Minimum Requirements High school diploma or equivalent; and a certification as a drug and alcohol counselor. Ability to interact in a professional manner in both individual and group counseling settings.. The ability to do GAINS testing and provide MRT and CBT Therapy are preferred but not required.
The CADC Counselor is responsible for providing confidential addiction counseling, education and support to individuals, families and the community and for promoting healthy lifestyles and healthy choices. In this role. Some duties may include, but not limited to:
Counsel clients or patients, individually or in group sessions,
Assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, or making changes.
Complete and maintain accurate records or reports regarding the patients' histories and progress, services provided, or other required information.
Provide clients or family members with information about addiction issues and about available services or programs, making appropriate referrals when necessary.
Complete assessments and status reviews
Must meet Idaho code for Qualified Substance Use Disorder Professional
Computer skills necessary to maintain client charts and communication within the organization;
Excellent communication skills.
Must be able to pass an Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Criminal History Unit enhanced background check.
The Recovery Coach program is a client centered care approach for adults whose primary diagnosis is a SUD that assures the health and well-being of the peers through respectful individual-professional partnerships. The Certified Recovery Coach or Certified Peer Recovery Coach serves as a personal guide and mentor for peers in the recovery community. The position's main goal is support of the peer's goals for recovery while utilizing your experience and training in supporting the peer in making choices for living their best life. Must be certified through the Idaho Board of Alcohol/Drug Counselor Certification, Inc. (IBADCC) as a Certified Recovery Coach (CRC) or Certified Peer Recovery Coach (CPRC) and maintain all aspects of said certification including Supervision requirements, documentation requirements and continued education requirements as required by the IBADCC. Pay rate starting at 18-20 per hour
The Substance Abuse Case Manager may be best considered as a coordinator of services or net worker. Must have bachelors degree in a human service field as well as 1-3 years experience with case management. This position requires professional to act as an overall case manager to clients who are in our substance abuse program and help facilitate their needs within our community. Will need to be able to coordinate different services in helping to maintain the clients well being. These services may include working with the Dept. of Health & Welfare, probation, medical offices and other community partners and also making contact with clients at least weekly.. All services are provided via a plan of treatment. Must be able to work independently. Must pass a background test.. Pay rate starting at 18.00 per hour