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Program Associate
Oregon Recovers
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Certified Recovery Mentor
Quest Center for Integrative Health
The Certified Recovery Mentor provides in-person and remote support services to members of our Quest community in Multnomah County working with clients in our SUD outpatient program. In this role you will engage enrolled clients in the recovery process by providing program intake and support services, responding to requests by connecting clients with resources and providers to support clients with their recovery efforts. Collaboration with clients, clinical and care providers, and internal and external services, is at the crux of this role.
Parent Mentor (CRM training provided)
Morrison Child and Family Sevices
Position Funding Co. FTE Population
Parent Mentor M110 Multnomah 1.0 Female African American
Parent Mentor M110 WA Co 1.0 Female Latinx/bilingual
Parent Mentor M110 WA Co 1.0 Male Latinx/bilingual
Parent Mentor SSP WA Co 1.0 Female Latinx/bilingual
Parent Mentor M110 Clatsop 1.0 Male Native/Multiracial
Parent Mentor LIFE Multnomah 1.0 Female African American
Parent Mentor SPRF Multnomah 1.0 Female Latinx/bilingual
Parent Mentor SPRF Clackamas 1.0 Female Latinx/bilingual
Parent Mentor SPRF Marion 1.0 Female African American
Parent Mentor SPRF Marion 1.0 Male Latinx/bilingual

Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) Peer Support Specialist
Folktime, Inc
This position will work mainly with the Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) and will be expected to be available for multiple outreaches in the community. This position works collaboratively with Clackamas County Behavioral Health’s Crisis Teams at CMHC using a trauma-informed, holistic recovery model to support individuals with whom may be experiencing crisis or distress. The MCRT Peer Support Specialist provides opportunities for individuals receiving services to direct their own recovery journey; supports the recognition and use of individual strengths necessary to self-empowerment and recovery; supports the development of a sense of wellness, self-compassion and self-worth; promotes the development of natural support systems outside the clinic setting. The MCRT Peer Support Specialist creates relationships of hope and co-learning with both individuals receiving services and service providers by drawing on their own lived experience with mental health issues and their professional training.
Resident House Manager- Family Wellness Homes
Iron Tribe Network
Iron Tribe Network Family Wellness Homes within the community serve to assist house members/families involved with Child Welfare transition to independent living. The Family Wellness Home program House Manager lives and sleeps at the home, and may share responsibilities in certain situations with another qualified House Manager/Case Manager.
• Applicant must have at least 2 years clean and sober with no criminal activity.
• Applicant must have 1 year knowledge or hands on training in clean and sober housing system of management including Case Management, Behavioral Training and Conflict Resolution.
• Applicant must have the ability and willingness to be approved by Department of Human Services to be a Safety Service Provider and facilitate visits between children in foster care and clients living in the house.
• Applicant must have valid drivers’ license.
• Preferred Applicant has completed the Certified Recovery Mentor or Intentional Peer Support training. Able to receive certification by MHACBO.
Main Activities:
• Residing on property of which the Family Wellness Home is located.
• Administering random on site drug screening and alcohol breathalyzer screening three or more times a month for each client.
• Reporting daily, to the Re-Unification Specialist, any challenges and/or behavioral issues that happen with individuals living within the Family Wellness Home.
• Enforcing the Iron Tribe Network Housing Guidelines, rules and program expectations.
• Room inspections one or more times per week.
• Keeping case files with Release of Information forms on each individual so that information and transitional status may be shared with the Agency of involvement.
• Obtain/Maintain in-home Safety Service Provider certification by Agency
• Facilitate in-home family visits
Reunification Specialist - Family Wellness Homes
Iron Tribe Network

Iron Tribe Network Family Wellness Homes within the community serve to assist house members/families involved with Child Welfare transition to independent living. Upon placement in one of the Family Wellness Homes, the client will collaborate with the Re-unification Specialist to analyze current barriers and create a Wellness & Recovery Plan for the client. The Re-unification Specialist will be responsible for guiding each assigned client through removing or improving these barriers. The Re-unification Specialist will be available to the client(s) for any program related needs and support, on a daily basis.

• Applicant must have at least 2 years clean and sober with no criminal activity.
• Applicant must have the ability and willingness to be approved by (ODHS) Oregon Department of Human Services and Oregon Background Check Unit to provide transitional services.
• Applicant must have valid drivers’ license.
• Applicant must have completed Intentional Peer Support (IPS) or Certified Recovery Mentor (CRM) training and able to obtain certification by MHACCBO upon hiring.
Peer Support Specialist
The Pathfinder Network
As a Peer Support Specialist, you will provide one-on-one and group peer support services to justice system-involved individuals who are in need of support and services. You will provide wrap-around support to peers with services, referrals, resources and assist them in removing barriers to their recovery and resilience. You will provide drop-in-services to peers and facilitate cognitive-behavioral classes, adhering to the curriculum in its intended format while maintaining fidelity through a standardized evidence-based delivery model. You will work to support the mission, vision and values of the Pathfinder Network and engage with clients in a holistic, strengths-based, trauma-responsive, person- and healing-centered way. Your lived experience, relational and collaborative skills, capability to work well under high-stress emotional experiences, high-level of empathy and ability to keep strong boundaries will enable you to thrive in this position and consistently deliver high quality services with impact and excellence. Work with parole and probation officers, DHS workers and/or other community providers to ensure participant compliance and success.
Provide information and referral for employment, housing, food, clothing, and transportation. Coordinate services with other providers, including child welfare, mental health, substance use treatment providers, and other social services. Maintain communication with other providers, as necessary. Support participants in engaging in positive recovery activities and events. Build relationships within the recovery community. Assist in planning for and hosting of quarterly peer support positive recovery community events. Transport clients, as necessary, in the community to appointments and/or services. Complete all required documentation and track participant attendance and participation. This is a non-exempt, full-time position. The hiring range for this position is $19.27- $20.48 per hour, DOE.
Warmline Peer Support Operator
Community Counseling Solutions - Oregon Warmline
Warmline Peer Support Operators use their own unique, life-challenges as a foundation for personal growth and compassion as we provide confidential, non-judgmental and non- critical support to callers while practicing the principles of Intentional Peer Support (IPS). The goal of practicing Intentional Peer Support is to foster connection with callers, to learn about their worldview, establish mutuality in the relationship, and keep a focus on moving toward desired support outcomes. This work is carried out with a commitment to diversity and equity, respecting all populations, ethnicities and communities.

The Peer Support Operator will demonstrate an understanding of, and be proficient in, Intentional Peer Support (IPS), and will use IPS in all interactions with Warmline callers.

Regular job duties include answering telephone calls (using online call center technology), providing Intentional Peer Support, facilitating access to desired recovery resources in the community, timely and accurate completion of all relevant documentation, such as telephone call logs and timesheets, program and agency policy updates, and promptly contacting the program supervisor if concerns arise.
Participate in All-Staff Meetings, ongoing training and team-building as required.
Communicate by email and telephone with supervisor on a regular basis.
Other duties as required.

Education and/or Experience
Must identify as a person with lived experience of having big feelings and provide support to others through difficult times. Many peers have experienced challenges with their own mental health or are in recovery from substance abuse or addiction.

A working knowledge of standard office equipment, including computers, VOIP phone systems, cell phones, copy machines, and email is required.
Pay range DOE $16.15 - 22.90/hour (These rates may increase in August 2022.)
Senior Peer Support Specialist
CCS/ Oregon Senior Peer Outreach
Senior Peer Support Specialists provide services to socially isolated older adults (or persons with physical disabilities). Remoteness and isolation can negatively affect both physical and mental health. The Oregon Senior Peer Outreach Program helps to reduce loneliness by providing weekly telephone calls from a Senior Peer Support Specialist trained in Intentional Peer Support (IPS). Program participants experience a decrease in isolation and an increased sense of well-being.

The Senior Peer Support Specialists provide telephone companionship and resources to assigned seniors and individuals with disabilities, building a relationship where both people learn and grow together. The goal of Intentional Peer Support is to foster connection with older adults and persons with disabilities, learn about their worldview, establish mutuality in the relationship, and keep a focus on moving toward desired support outcomes.

The Senior Peer Support Specialist will demonstrate an understanding of, and be proficient in, IPS and will use IPS in all interactions with senior peer support participants.

Make weekly scheduled calls to individuals enrolled in the program, provide IPS support and information regarding resources as requested.
Identify local addiction and mental health recovery support resources and older adult or alter-able resources that are available in designated area. If requested, assist in connecting with these resources.
In a clear, accurate, timely, professional and effective manner, complete Senior Peer Support call logs and complete other data entry.
Maintain a call calendar/schedule and place calls to assigned Older Adults as scheduled
Attend meetings, conferences, trainings and supervision sessions as required.
Experience working with senior citizens or alter-abled individuals is preferred; interest in the needs of and resources for older adults and alter-abled individuals is essential.
Pay range DOE $16.15 - 22.90/hour
Certified Recovery Mentor
Provoking Hope
Looking for motivated CRM to work for transitional treatment residential services in McMinnville.
Peer Support Specialist
Rocky Mountain Human Services
The Peer Specialist provides peer support services within the Community Transitions programs by assisting peers with their stabilization and recovery. Peer Specialists work individually with peers to help with skill building, goal development, advocacy, education and encouragement while those peers transition into the community from intensive behavioral health treatment settings. Active contact is a primary objective of this position. The peer will provide support services to persons with behavioral health and substance use disorders as they transition into their home communities and engage in supportive services to help stabilize their condition. Working collaboratively with the treatment team for each peer, to include Clinical Care Managers, community mental health centers, and primary care providers, the peer specialist assists peers across all stages of the recovery process including transitioning back to their home communities.
Peer Support Specialist, Washington County Crisis Team
provides services at the Hawthorn Walk In Clinic, as well as mobile response in the community to participants in crisis
Legacy Medical Group
Project Nurture Peer/Doula Job Descriptions
Project Nurture Peer Job Descriptions
Project Nurture Certified Peer Recovery Mentor
Job Requirements:
• CRM or PSS certification, Legacy-paid
• Obtain Traditional Health Worker Certification within 1 year of hire
• Obtain NPI number for billing within 1 year of hire
• Meet the abstinence requirements for recovering staff in alcohol and other drug treatment programs – minimum of 2 years

Job duties:
• Community outreach and client engagement.
• Partner with Project Nurture social worker to connect with client at initial intake appointment or in hospital when substance use is identified, providing program description and obtaining participation agreements.
• Collect signed Authorization to Release Health Information forms, as needed
• Point of contact for self-referred client and outside referral agencies including outpatient and inpatient treatment centers, DHS, corrections.
• Co-facilitator of weekly treatment groups
• Recovery support in the clinic, hospital, homes, treatment centers and community recovery meetings.
• Supports outside recovery activities by attendance at meetings with clients
• Coordinates with CADC, DHS case workers, corrections officials, etc., as needed to assure SUD needs are included in plans of care and court recommendations
• Identify goals around client recovery and assist the client in reaching these recovery goals
• Chart contact with the client in EPIC, referencing client recovery goals, progress toward goals and planned next steps
• Advocates for clients at court proceedings
• May act as a monitor for DHS supervised visits with parents in the clinic or treatment centers
• Facilitate additional medical or treatment needs in collaboration with CNMs, CADC and SW (e.g. dental appointments, attendance at pediatric appointments, etc.)

Central City Concern
PT (32-hrs) PSS position. “Swing”. Working directly with veterans living in transitional housing. “Wet” building.
Link: None
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