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Chesapeake Healthcare Center
Develop effective interviewing strategies for conducting patient interviews.
Travel to local agencies, hospitals, etc to bring awareness of the Medication Assisted Treatment program and to create an open network of referrals to the program. Must have reliable transportation.
Gathers and presents accurate data on the project’s success and outcomes
Organize and provide events such as Narcan Awareness, Community Education on Addiction, Overdose Awareness, etc.
Provide detailed monthly reports to the funders and the management with respect to the organization's and the grant's progress.

Essential Skills and Abilities
Organized and attention to details
Good analytical and presentation skills
Excellent communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills
Proficient in identifying opportunities and deliver results accordingly
Skilled at writing, planning and strategizing
Proficient with computer skills
Professional appearance, ability to present information and represent the Center.
Experience working in a Medication Assisted Treatment program is preferred.
Educational Background

A bachelor's degree (BA) in the human service field (counseling, psychology, social work, etc.) is the minimum eligibility criteria to apply for this position. It is advantageous if the candidate has a minimum of two years of professional experience related to this position. Obtaining addiction certification or a master’s degree certainly adds more value to the profile. The salary is negotiable based on the education and experience of the candidate.

Salary Details
Employees that receive additional education (MA degree) or certification as an addiction counselor (ADC) may receive additional compensation.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $35,000.00 - $41,600.00 per year

401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Employee discount
Flexible schedule
Health insurance
Life insurance
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
Vision insurance

Monday - Friday- No Weekends
Prestera Health Services
Summary of Job Function: Provides clinical services to consumers within their identified program by providing individual and group therapy, assessments, treatment planning, supportive counseling, and other clinical services identified as medically necessary.

Essential Functions:
1. Provides comprehensive assessment and determines medically necessary and appropriate service needs of client within agency and program guidelines.
2. Provides treatment services following the most appropriate therapy modality, ensuring that treatment is effective, efficient, and meet the client needs and satisfaction.
3. Ensures that quality customer services are provided and recorded appropriately.
4. Meets productivity standards as set by program and agency.
5. Follows program and center guidelines for all billable activity documentation.
6. Utilizes only evidenced-based approaches and materials with consumers in individual, group, and family therapy (research-proven effective techniques and curriculums).
7. Maintains a working knowledge of Center policies and procedures, licensure regulations, CARF Standards, Medicaid and other regulatory bodies governing Prestera's service delivery.
8. Provides crisis intervention services as indicated.
9. Attends all center meetings/trainings as assigned.
10. Adheres to confidentiality, HIPAA, and risk management policies and procedures including but not limited to completing Incident Reports.
11. Utilizes technology provided to perform job efficiently and effectively.
12. Completes crisis safety plans with consumers as indicated.
13. Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Specifications:
1. Education, Certification/License, and/or Experience:
a. Master’s Degree in psychology, counseling, or social work from an accredited program.
b. Possession of a valid driver's license and access to reliable transportation.
c. Experience in behavioral health and/or substance abuse preferred.
d. Discipline appropriate license preferred.

SUD/Behavioral Health Counselor
Envision Medical Care, LLC
- Provide counseling services to individuals, with Substance Use Disorder
- Conduct assessments and develop treatment plans
- Collect and analyze data to monitor client progress
- Implement evidence-based therapeutic interventions
- Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive care
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date client records
- Provide direct support and guidance to clients in need
- Utilize art therapy techniques to enhance therapeutic outcomes
- Work with individuals of all ages, including children, adolescents, and adults
- Address behavioral health concerns and provide appropriate interventions

- Master’s degree in Counseling LPC
or Masters of Social Work, LGSW, LICSW
- Knowledge of medical terminology and diagnostic coding (ICD-9, ICD-10, DSM-5)
- Experience working with individuals with behavioral health disorder is preferred
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with clients
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Ability to work independently as well as part of a multidisciplinary team
- Demonstrated understanding of patient care principles and ethics

Note: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. The employee may be required to perform other duties as assigned.
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SUD Counselor
Groups Recover Together
Some of the key responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to:
• Lead the treatment team and be the expert on addiction and recovery, coordinating decisions about the members treatment.
• Manage a schedule and caseload that supports the needs of the office and region and further develops your clinical skill set.
• Collaborate with other team members as it relates to the clinical service model.
• Document members progress, using outcome measures (Core Milestones) and client
• Proactively engage in community relations activities
• Distribute brochures and written materials to community stakeholders promoting Groups and its mission
We offer many benefits for our team members. Here are a few that youll enjoy in this role:
• No required 1:1s, no intakes, and autonomy to lead groups using your expertise as a counselor.
• A healthy work-life balance with flexible scheduling - our team will work with you to determine an ideal clinical schedule that fits in with your life and our members.
• Investment in your professional development with paid time off for training and an annual stipend to offset the cost of continued education.
• A clear career path based on merit. Groups is committed to giving counselors the tools that they need to advance within the organization, if desired.

Independent Sales Advisor
Barajas Insurance Group
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Positive Behavior Support Clinical Educator - Charleston WV
WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities
Positive Behavior Services Clinical Educator (23712)
The purpose of this position is to 1) provide individual in-home behavioral therapy services to individuals and families with serious challenging behaviors to reduce the risk of out of home placement, 2) educate and build comprehensive educational platforms for community health providers in trauma informed positive behavior therapy to decrease challenging behaviors and improve quality of life and build capacity throughout West Virginia regarding positive behavior therapy techniques, and 3) Coordinate case management to the highest risk youth for out of home placement in WV.

The candidate will work with individuals with serious emotional disorders who are at risk of out of home placement, to evaluate their support needs. The candidate will work with the individual and their caregivers to develop and implement a therapeutic positive behavior support plan. In addition, this individual will work with children’s mental health providers throughout West Virginia to provide behavioral case consultation services, develop and conduct trainings, and coach staff in the implementation of trauma informed positive behavior support therapy.
Therapist (ACT Team)
Seneca Health Services
Full time clinic therapist, license preferred

Provides assessment, counseling, and group education to Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) consumers. The overall goal of the ACT team is to reduce the number of inpatient hospitalizations and assist the consumer in developing a comprehensive and successful community placement.

Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology and license or eligibility for license required. Two years’ experience in behavioral health required.
Must become AMAP certified.
Valid driver’s license and vehicle required.
Must pass a Criminal Background Check and Employment Fitness Determination through WVCARES and a drug screen.
Demonstrated knowledge of basic computer skills required.
Case Manager
Seneca Health Services
Case Managers administer evaluations, develop and implement individualized treatment strategies and provide targeted case management to assure individuals have access to needed services and resources. Provide supportive behavioral health counseling.
Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service field required. West Virginia Social Work License preferred. Experience in behavioral health preferred. Valid driver’s license and vehicle required. Demonstrated knowledge of basic computer skills required. Must pass a Criminal Background Check and Employment Fitness Determination through WVCARES and a drug screen.
Youth Crisis Case Manager
Seneca Health Services
Provide intensive crisis services for individuals identified as high risk by school or law enforcement personnel, with the goal to reduce risk of suicide, substance use or other maladaptive behavior.

Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service field required. West Virginia Social Work License preferred. Experience in behavioral health preferred.
Valid driver’s license and vehicle required. Must pass a Criminal Background Check and Employment Fitness Determination through WVCARES and a drug screen.
Demonstrated knowledge of basic computer skills required.
Executive Director
Nazareth Farm, Inc
Executive Director sought for Nazareth Farm, Inc., a small Catholic non-profit organization serving the people of rural West Virginia through home repair and providing service-retreat experiences for young adult volunteers. The Executive Director, under the general direction of and accountable to the Nazareth Farm, Inc. Board of Directors, is responsible for all aspects of Nazareth Farm, Inc. and seeks to ensure the implementation of its mission.

Compensation: Total compensation package value of up to $75,000. Package includes: annual base salary ($30,000-$35,000) and comprehensive benefits including housing (in a private, three bedroom, single-family home), 42 paid days off, full paid health insurance, and coverage for discretionary expenses.
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