Demonstrate skills in assessment of mainly youth referred for services using Agency Assessment tools such as the Agency Biopsychosocial and GAIN screening tool. Complete daily documentation of contact with clients, families, and others through agency case notes. Provide and coordinate Case Management Services to youth engaged in the Drug Court and Substance Use Outpatient Programs, to include but not limited to: coordination phone calls, report development, referrals for community based services, court attendance and reporting, monitor phase progress of Drug Court clients, scheduling appointments, monitoring treatment engagement, etc. Instruct weekly groups that include but are not limited to Choices, Chemical Education, and Anger Management.
Individual must have a minimum of a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with course work in social or behavioral science field. At least one year of experience in the juvenile justice, mental health, and/or chemical dependency field is preferred. Master’s degree may be substituted for one year of experience. Expected to produce a minimum of twenty-four (24) units of direct service (drug court and outpatient) per work week.
$20.00 per hour