This is a clinical position responsible for the delivery of mental health and chemical dependency counseling and case management services to an identified client population. This position maintains a client caseload, following established treatment guidelines and agency policies and procedures. Provides therapeutic intervention in a variety of treatment modalities, with emphasis on substance use issues, individually matched to the needs of each client.
- Master’s degree or higher in counseling, psychology, behavioral science or equivalent field of study.
- Must possess a current valid and unrestricted license or associate license from the state of Kentucky Mental Health Licensing Board.
- Acceptable licenses are: LPCC, LCSW, LPCA, CADC, CSW and LCADC.
- Prefer to have 1 or more years in license.
- Prefer knowledge of recovery, mental health and other co-occurring disorders and experience in working with addiction in a residential and / or intensive outpatient milieu.
- Prefer experience working with various funding streams and ability to collaborate with our billing department.
- Prefer experience in crisis intervention and conflict resolution skills.
- Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
- Valid Kentucky driver’s license.
- Reports to: Clinical Director
- Must have experience with the MAT Program
- Clinical assessments, treatment, case management, consultation, referral and education according to the individual’s professional discipline. Services shall be provided in accordance with the established Kentucky mental health and substance abuse standards as well as within the scope of practice of the individual.
- In conjunction with Clinical Supervisor ensure adherence to the required HIPAA and documentation requirements as identified by county, state and federal regulatory agencies;
- Support the Clinical Director in program development;
- Conduct psychosocial evaluations and provide therapeutic interventions including crisis counseling to individuals, groups and families as needed to facilitate;
- Maintain personal professional liability insurance;
- Attend trainings for all clinical and program staff on Mental Health and AODE and other clinical topics relevant to services provided by Isaiah House Inc;
- In collaboration with the Program Director oversee the audit of the clinical charts to insure adherence to county, state and federal statutes;
- Participate with team case conference meetings on a weekly basis to ensure coordinated implementation of treatment plans and service utilization such that the comprehensive care of clients reflects the philosophy and objectives of Isaiah House Inc.;
- In conjunction with the Clinical Director act as a liaison with other community service providers and agencies serving Isaiah House Inc. clients as needed;
- Perform a semiannual self-evaluation;
- Participate in program graduations and community addiction events as needed;
- Perform other associated clinical duties as assigned;
- Participate in “on call” rotation;
- Provide professional liability insurance;
- Assist and work with Clinical Director regarding strategic and long-range planning as needed.
- Be well versed in any and all policy’s procedures and rules.
- All staff are assigned certain duties based upon their placement within the program; however, all staff may be called upon at times to assist with duties outside of the responsibilities listed above. These may include but are not limited to transportation, drug screening, court hearings, completion of professional reports, assisting with crisis situations, shopping, supervision, facilitating sessions/groups, etc. We all work together to glorify God and assist our clients in a successful recovery while in our treatment program.
- Knowledge of recovery, mental health and other co-occurring disorders and experience in working with addiction in a residential and / or intensive outpatient milieu.
Job Type: Full-time