Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Medications for Addiction Treatment Conference 2021
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Behavioral Health Clinician
Native Village of Eyak- Ilanka Community Health Center The ICHC Behavioral Health Clinician is a regular, full time position. Ilanka Community Health Center (ICHC) is a program of the Native Village of Eyak (NVE). This position is part of the Behavioral Health Team and works to provide compassionate, client-centered, and evidence-based care. Ilanka Community Health Center promotes a holistic, team-based approach by integrating behavioral health with medical care.
See full job description at https://www.eyak-nsn.gov/work-with-us/
Clinician, Behavioral Health Technician, Substance Use Couselor
CITC We are looking for Clinicians I, II and III, Substance Use Counselors I,II, and III and Behavioral Health Technicians I and II. We off a great work environment, excellent benefits and sign on bonuses for eligible positions.
For more information please go to our careers page at www.citci.org or reach out to Recovery Services recruiter Meghan Kell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cook Inlet Counseling Duties & Responsibilities: 1. Collects data by conducting client interviews at intake, follow-up, and discharge. 2. Responsible for the entry of GPRA into web-based management information system. 3. Administers client and staff satisfaction surveys. 4. Establishes and maintains a system for tracking which GPRA need to be completed and when to assure they are completed in a timely manner. 5. Responsible for verifying data collected and making any corrections to existing data as needed to ensure accuracy of the information being recorded and stored. 6. Provide feedback on evaluation or minimum dataset questions, response choices, or software to other program staff who record data to improve the validity and reliability of the data collected and/or stored. 7. Assists Project Director and Evaluator with reports providing necessary data. 8. Work with evaluator to outline training needs or required written procedures that will improve the quality of the data and practical/real time use. 9. Adheres to confidentiality requirements of 42CFR, Part 2 and HIPPA regulations. 10. Other duties as assigned by the Project Director.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: 1. Advanced computer and application skills including Excel and Microsoft Word. 2. Strong analytical, problem solving, verbal and written communication skills. 3. Detail-oriented individual who can consistently meet deadlines and work well within a team team environment. 4. Flexible, methodical, and able to think of alternative routes to problem solve.
Akeela Inc *** $300 signing bonus after one month on the job ***
*** This position is located in Juneau, Alaska ***
Behavioral Health Associate is responsible for providing direct program services related to mental health skill development and treatment.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:
** Under the guidance of a mental health therapist, work with clients to help them develop appropriate social skills and accomplish treatment plan goals. Work can be done one-on-one, in a group, or (in the case of children) with the client’s family.
** Maintain clinically appropriate client records that meet both Joint Commission and Medicaid Standards and Regulations.
** Participate as appropriate in clinical consultations regarding client progress.
** Demonstrate the ability to handle the position without continual supervision.
** Demonstrate the ability to function under stress.
**Demonstrate the ability to function and communicate effectively in an interdisciplinary team approach to behavioral health.
** Demonstrate the ability to deal with hostile or distraught clients of all age levels and with their family members.
** Demonstrate an understanding of a variety of different mental health treatment approaches.
** High School Diploma or graduate equivalent diploma (G.E.D.).
**Baccalaureate degree in psychology, social work, counseling or and/or related experience is preferred.
** Current TB test required and provided.
** Organizational skills and ability to meet time deadlines.
** Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
** Experience with Windows and Microsoft Office.
** Experience working with individuals and families from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Akeela Inc. *** $300 signing bonus after one month on the job ***
The Client Monitor provides supervision and a rational authority for the facility and clients during evenings, weekends and holidays. Position ensures the safety and security of the facility and its clients by conducting regular checks of the grounds.
Principle Duties And Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:
1. Perform facility bed checks and record the results on a nightly run sheet, confirming the client’s presence.
2. File paperwork assigned by the Counselors and Program Manager in the client chart each shift.
3. Perform scheduled med calls and review the accuracy of those events.
4. Inventory contents of the Medications Cabinet and compile a list of those items that need to be ordered as directed to do so by the Program Manager or Designee, and keep medication area organized.
5. Walk the facility regularly to ensure client safety and logging significant events in staff communication log.
6. Make photocopies of various items as requested by administrative or other staff for program operations.
7. Check Akeela email and read the facility communication log at the beginning of each shift.
8. Collect Urinalysis samples as directed by clinical staff and record results appropriately.
Completed applications and resumes can be emailed to email@example.com, faxed to 907-258-6052 or be dropped off in person at 360 W. Benson Blvd Suite 300
Tanana Chiefs Conference Oversee clients virtually in our residential and outpatient services with co-occurring disorders.
Tanana Chiefs Conference Must be detailed oriented, organized, friendly and understand documentation requirements, HIPPA, CFR42 Part 2 and be a self motivated individual.
Peer Support Specialist I/II/III (Recovery Services)
COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. General Functions: The Recovery Services (RS) Peer Support Recovery Specialist will be an integral member of the Recovery Services department. The Peer Support Specialist is responsible for being a peer role-model through lived experience in recovery and overall wellness by providing support and encouragement to Recovery Services (RS) participants.
Duties and Responsibilities: Peer Support Specialist I: • Provide direct peer support to RS continuum of care that includes linkages to employment, housing, education, and community resources. Under the Peer Services Supervisor's guidance, promote and provide peer support programs, community support groups, and social media avenues within Recovery Services and surrounding communities. • In collaboration with the clinical team, promote participant’s self-directed recovery and independence through employment placement, housing options, and obtaining affordable/safe housing, provide transportation, escort to case management services, supportive transitions, and discharges.
• Document participants' electronic health records within the Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS), including peer support individual and group services, per Recovery Services policies and procedures.
• Maintain an active awareness of the peer support services that are available in the state of Alaska.
• Provide resources by conducting needed peer support and linkage services to alumni and active participants across the R/S continuum.
• Provide support to all Recovery Services programs, structures, policies, and philosophies.
• Provide motivational interviewing, community living skills, social and emotional support to participants within Recovery Services programs to regain balance and control of their lives.
• Maintain appropriate training and certifications outlined in RS policy and procedures and those designated by the supervisor.
• Active role model for wellness and