The employee is able to fulfill all of the requirements of the job assigned in a satisfactory manner as demonstrated by:
The extent to which the employee demonstrates technical and professional knowledge of job requirements and takes personal responsibility to maintain and improve that knowledge:
An individual who is grounded in peer-assisted recovery and has valuable life experiences that provides an expertise to the programs.
Understand and fully support the Peer Participatory Model
Participate in developing and implementing community activities that support and promote recovery
Work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of program and persons served
Develop and enhance peer driven activities
Set up meetings and make arrangements for food, etc.
Collect data for submission of DPH quarterly report
Master’s Degree required.
LADC I required.
Clinical supervisory experience, minimum of five (5) years licensed, required.
Substance abuse counseling experience, minimum of five (5) years, required.
Fundamental knowledge of substance abuse and its treatment required.
Familiarity with MA DPH/BSAS regulations required.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.
Experience working with spreadsheets, databases and word processors required.
Ability to work with a diverse population required.
1. Leads in the continuity of care for patients on the unit in relation to the BSAS regulations and guidelines for treatment and also in compliance with the managed care based expectations of treatment. Drives a culture of sobriety and recovery for treatment team, staff and patients.
2. Maintain the documentation necessary in the EMR per department and hospital requirements.
3. Maintains current knowledge of patient's legal status and legal issues ensures appropriate documents are available in chart and filed in a timely manner.
Under the direction of the Adult Community Clinical Service (ACCS) Program Director provides substance use disorder assessment plan, develops, coordinates, provides individual and group treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to program clients with substance use disorders. He/she provides clinical consultation to other clinicians as needed. He/she builds community relationships and networks to generate referrals. He/she functions as a clinical member of a multidisciplinary team.
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services new Recovery Support Center is seeking a Program Director to provide general oversight of all services, budgeting, reporting and programming. This position will be responsible for program implementation, sustainability and maintaining a safe, welcoming space for all members. Lived experience in recovery from substance addiction or co-occurring disorder preferred with comprehensive understanding of substance use disorders, addiction, and recovery. Demonstrated knowledge and competency on substance addiction and recovery will be considered.
The Social Work Care Manager is a key member of our primary care based complex care management teams of nurses, social workers and community health workers. Care managers work with high risk/high cost patients and health care teams to achieve better health, cost, and quality of life outcomes. The SW Care Manager conducts a comprehensive assessment, develops a creative and individualized care plan in collaboration with a patient, caregivers and clinical teams, and facilitates high quality care coordination and care plan implementation.
Health Services Counselor
Greenfield Tapestry is committed to providing compassionate, community-based health care to some of the most vulnerable individuals in our region. We are passionate about providing non-judgmental sexual and reproductive health care, syringe access and disposal, overdose prevention and education, HIV/ AIDS prevention and care, and WIC family nutrition.