Community Partners in Action (CPA), founded in 1875, has designed RisE, a freestanding substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and educational instruction program in a structured therapeutic environment for up to (12) adolescent boys between the ages of 12-18. The goal of RisE is to provide compassionate care that improves the health, recovery, and well-being of each adolescent and his defined family. RisE is licensed by Department of Children and Family Services (DCF). (Recovery Friendly Workplace)
Master’s degree in Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling or Social Work and LCSW/LMSW or LADC preferred. Minimum three (3) years post-degree experience working with adolescents and their families in a treatment setting; knowledge of primary modalities of psychosocial interventions, and best practices utilized to effectively treat adolescents with substance use and co-occurring mental disorders; knowledge of Recovery Models; Minimum five (5) years leadership and managerial experience; adaptability, flexibility and resourcefulness; ability to interact with multi-cultural populations; crisis management skills; strong leadership, decision making, communication, interpersonal and organizational/ prioritization skills; Bilingual a plus (English/Spanish).