Provide evidenced-based, therapeutic services, incorporating behavioral health goals and parenting interventions. Conduct screenings, assessments, and complete of required clinical documentation. Develop and monitor individualized treatment plans. On call with clients on assigned case load. Participate in case reviews, team meetings, and attend child welfare meetings and court hearings. Develop and maintain relationships with child-welfare system partners
Individual must have a minimum of a Masters Degree in behavioral health sciences, such as mental health counseling, social work, art therapy, psychology, or marriage and family therapy; a minimum of two years of experience working with adults with substance use disorders.
$26.45 per hour