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Substance Abuse Counselor 2000 Sign-On Bonus

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46500.00

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Phoenix, AZ

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POSITION SUMMARY: Under supervision of Program Management, performs duties in support of therapeutic services and provides comprehensive direct support services which are structured to meet the needs of an adult population composed of SMI, dual-diagnosed and/or referred persons. Provides direct treatment, rehabilitative and supportive services in a community setting to members; works as a team member of a clinical team to assess member needs and wants, participates in the development of individual service plans, acts as a member advocate and liaisons with families and community agencies; provides on-call crisis intervention services, as well as weekend and holiday coverage; serves as the team’s specialist for substance abuse issues by providing other team members with information and knowledge in respect to substance use issues; provides specific substance abuse interventions as clinically indicatedESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES *** Weekend and after-hour availability is a MUST; position will work in rotating schedules ***Provides time-unlimited, community-based services to assigned caseload size of 10:1, ensures intake rate is low to maintain a stable clinical environment for other members on the case load.Actively participates as part of the member’s clinical team.Actively recruits new members who could benefit from ACT.Takes full responsibility for the treatment services for members; coordinates care with ACT team members and other providers to ensure member’s needs are met and the member continues to receive treatment in the community to the greatest extent possibleWorks with informal support system with or without the member present to provide clinical skills training to increase informal supports (family, landlords, employer etc).Maintains high intensity of services and high-frequency contact with members as needed.Utilizes assertive engagement mechanisms, including street outreach and legal mechanisms (probation/parole, court ordered treatment), when necessary, to re-engage the member in prescribed treatment.Routinely assesses member’s need for ACT services, using explicit criteria to determine need to transfer to less intensive services. Gradually and individually transitions eligible members and ensure continuity of care. Monitors member’s status during transition and reintroduces services as needed to ensure member’s stability in the community.Is responsible for crisis services for assigned members, coordinating hospital admissions and discharge planning.Participates in daily team meeting; provides updates on assigned case load; identifies member’s risks and needs and coordinates care to access needed services. Serves as the subject matter expert in designated role; offering skills training and technical assistanceComplies with all program requirements per SAMHSA evidence based practice guidelines, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), Mercy Maricopa and others as identified by **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Behavioral Wellness.Responsible for transporting members to necessary services, as outlined in their service plan, as needed.Provides all services to members in accordance with established policies and procedures and clinical protocols to provide supportive counseling skill development and other support services as needed.Works with member’s Prescribing Clinician, Nurse, and other members of the clinical team to ensure the timely development and implementation of the individual’s service plan (including all necessary assessments) and their crisis plan.Assists members and families in accessing additional needed services and obtaining entitlements, including identification of funding services.Assumes “primary contact” responsibility for a percentage of team members to: assure maintenance of accurate, thorough, and current documentation in the medical record (in accordance with policies, procedures, and clinical protocols) for those specific individuals; keep weekly member schedule for those individuals updates, and act as first contact for those members and their families.Documents all member events in accordance with policies, procedures, and clinical protocols.Models substance abuse recovery skills within the ACT team and provides consultation to other clinicians on the team.Cross-trains other staff on the team to help them develop dual disorder assessment and treatment skills.Facilitates substance abuse supports either individually or in groups, per the member’s treatment plan.Provides consultation and assistance to team members in the area of substance abuse and its effects

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