Oversees the clinical treatment functions of the Clinical Stabilization Services (CSS) program.
Assures program adherence to federal policies state requirements as well as other related accreditations and certifications.
Collaborates with VP of Addiction Services and Program Director on program design implementation, policies/procedures that promote patient centered care coordination and planning.
Develops clinical treatment programming and monitors the delivery of services and aftercare planning.
Manages the process for patient admissions, case assignments, discharges and referral to treatment.
Oversees quality assurance and conducts routine reviews of patient records to assure appropriate treatment planning, service delivery, aftercare coordination, timely recording of services and data collection.
Leads psychoeducational, therapy and recovery-oriented client groups as needed.
Participates in daily service utilization meetings and attends multidisciplinary case conferences.
Participates in staff/supervision meetings and attend related professional development sessions/trainings.
Provide on-call support.
Directly supervises the program’s clinical staff.
Provides ongoing supervision, support, and training to direct reports, and ensure their timely performance evaluation.
Plans work schedules for clinical staff, assuring appropriate coverage in accordance with program regulations.
Coordinates and participates in clinical in-service training opportunities for programs staff.
Master’s in Social Work or related field with licensing/certification in MA with least two years supervisory experience or Bachelor’s in Human Services field and at least five years of direct clinical supervision experience.
Licensure of Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC I or LADC II) or Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC) or Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADAC) preferred.
At least two years experience in treatment settings for substance use disorders.
Strong knowledge of dual diagnosis treatment, the substance use disorder treatment continuum, related services and community resources.
Demonstrated ability to work with individuals with substance use disorders.