The official conference app for Closing the Gaps: Bringing Care for Substance Use, Mental Health & Physical Health Together

<< See 50997 More Jobs Posted in Whova Events

Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Closing the Gaps: Bringing Care for Substance Use, Mental Health & Physical Health Together

If you know anyone in the job market, feel free to share with them

Career Services Manager
Covenant House Texas
In keeping with the Mission Statement and Principles of Covenant House, develops job opportunities for youth in the program, serves as a liaison between the business community and the agency, and creates and oversees service plans for designated youth. The Career Service Manager utilizes the Individual Placement and Support model of Supported Employment with young adults ages 18-24 who have experienced trauma. The Career Service Manager works with the client to promote recovery and wellness through placement and support in meaningful employment that aligns with the client's preferences and strengths.
Link: https://recruitingbypaycor.com/career/SubmitResume.action?clientId=8a7883d07dc02468017e5035ee86425f&id=8a7883ac8c7f605d018ceadb108f4e97&specialization=
Recovery coach
Santa maria hostel
Recovery coach working in an integrated clinic treating substance use and mental health.
Link: None
Counselor of Outpatient Services
The Council on Recovery
Summary: Provides services that specifically address mental health and substance use including screening, assessing, education, brief intervention, individual and group counseling, family counseling, and/or crisis intervention to clients identified with co-occurring disorders. Candidate will also be responsible for outreach, client engagement and appropriate referrals to community resources. Candidate will work closely with community partners (e.g., Harris Center of Mental Health and IDD, Harris County Psychiatric Center, Department of Family Protective Services, Harris County Juvenile Justice Services, Felony Mental Health Court, VA Medical Center, Substance Use Disorder Treatment facilities, etc.) to provide input to the development of client service plans and team decisions.

Link: councilonrecovery.org/careers-at-the-council/
Priority Admissions Counselor
The Council on Recovery
The Priority Admission Counselor (PAC) will primarily conduct targeted and community outreach to individuals with Opioid Use Disorders. The PAC will provide services that specifically address substance use to include screening, assessment, education, brief intervention counseling, and/or crisis intervention to clients identified with co-occurring disorders in non-traditional settings. Non-traditional settings may include medication assisted treatment centers, community centers, shelters, hospital emergency rooms, detention centers, re-entry programs, community laundry mats, barber shops, neighborhood parks or any other locations opioid clients may be located. The PAC may also ride in the MCOT van on select calls, ride with law enforcement on select calls, etc. The PAC will work closely with community partners (e.g. Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD, Harris County Psychiatric Center, Department of Family Protective Services, Harris County Juvenile Justice Services, VA Medical Center, Substance Use Disorder Treatment facilities, etc.) to provide input to the development of client service plans and team decisions and ensure effective and efficient access of services. An ideal candidate for this position will have experience in substance abuse treatment and community outreach, be knowledgeable of client/community resources, and have experience developing relationships. They will be flexible and possess excellent organizational skills. If you are passionate, enjoy a fast pace, and looking to expand your skills in a supportive environment, you may be our next Priority Admissions Counselor.
Link: councilonrecovery.org/careers-at-the-council/
Treatment Coordinator
The Council on Recovery
The Treatment Coordinator works closely and collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team to ensure the successful coordination of substance use disorder treatment. The primary focus of this position is to facilitate admissions of clients into the Healing Choices Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program as well as other services, which includes maintaining relationships with community providers, encouraging and motivating clients’ participation and commitment to treatment and reducing barriers to continued care.
Link: councilonrecovery.org/careers-at-the-council/
The Program Financial, Contracts & CQI Manager
The Council on Recovery

The Program Financial, Contracts & CQI Manager is responsible for ensuring program implementation and successful service provision of ALL project components as defined by program contracts. Also responsible for financial and budget oversight of programs and ensures all invoices and support is provided to funders in accordance with contract requirements and timelines. Oversees all CQI activities and committee work. Works with Sr. Director of Program Operations, Accounting Staff and various funder contract managers and team members.

Link: councilonrecovery.org/careers-at-the-council/
Tobacco Prevention Coordinator
The Council on Recovery
Responsible for providing minors and tobacco strategies including: community education, retail merchant education, media awareness and tobacco coalition building. Increase the effectiveness and visibility of prevention education and materials to coordinate smokeless tobacco prevention education strategies within rural counties of the state in Region 6.

Contact a minimum of 200 retailers per month in the region by conducting:
• On-site visits to request voluntary compliance with the state law not to sell tobacco products to minors and to ask for identification of anyone under the age of 27
• Distribute State Comptroller issued warning signs to tobacco retailers for education purposes/voluntary compliance;
• Provide information to tobacco retailers who have been cited for a violation regarding the Texas Tobacco Law in the PRC region 6 requesting voluntary compliance with the state law.
• Conduct tobacco prevention presentations for minors, parents and other community members that include discussion of the state law, information regarding the adverse health consequences of tobacco use and the gateway relationship of tobacco to other drugs
• Provide information to the media on minors and tobacco to increase public awareness on an ongoing basis
• Participate in community tobacco prevention coalitions and/or activities related to minors and tobacco issues
• Produce and submit monthly documentation in a professional and timely manner
• Other duties as assigned
Link: councilonrecovery.org/careers-at-the-council/
Clinical Therapist - Bilingual
The Women's
Title of Position: Clinical Therapist - Bilingual
Status: Full Time- Exempt
Salary: $67,000 - $78,000

Position Summary: This position is responsible for providing direct services to clients who have a substance use disorder diagnosis, a co-occurring disorder, or other mental health diagnosis. Services include individual and group counseling, family counseling, couple counseling and psychoeducational groups to youth and adults.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Provide one - two hours weekly of individual therapy to assigned clients
Facilitate or co-facilitate various group types that may include children, teens and adults
Facilitate/supervise client study of recovery-oriented materials and offer support/guidance
Conduct full clinical assessments on each client
Develop treatment and discharge plans with new clients and the full treatment team
Provide crisis counseling, suicide assessments and support as needed to clients
Act as advocate and liaison with other service providers and staff members when appropriate
Provide services aimed at relapse prevention
Provide psycho-educational groups/ programs
Participate in treatment and discharge planning for clients
Maintain documentation in client’s charts daily

Qualifications
Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or other related field
LPC or LCSW preferred; or eligible for licensure in 4-6 months of employment
Practice from a client centered, trauma informed perspective
Chemical Dependency treatment experience preferred
Knowledge and experience with various chemical dependency models (i.e. 12 step, CBT, Motivational Interviewing)
Working with co-occurring experience strongly preferred
Basic knowledge of how to access community resources
Ability to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team
Experience working with community collaborations preferred
Valid Texas Driver’s License
Bi-Lingual English/Spanish Required
Link: https://www.thewomenshome.org/careers-internships/
LMSW CASE MANAGER
Covenant House Texas
Case Management via social strategy and youth development, engagement, trauma sensitive care and multidisciplinary approaches for homeless youth 18-24
Link: None
<< See 50997 More Jobs Posted in Whova Events