Outpatient Clinician $5K Signing Bonus
If you are mission driven and want to help the lives of people in your community, we have a place for you on our Team!
The Outpatient Clinician provides clinical services for individuals with opioid dependency that present for treatment including medicated assisted treatment. In collaboration with a treatment team, provide services including but not limited to: crisis intervention and risk assessment; treatment planning and on-going assessment; client education; individual, family, group and collateral therapy and referral and advocacy. Caseloads may include diverse populations with a variety of clinical needs. The Outpatient Clinician is a positive team player that promotes a culture of inclusion and participation.
Required Education and Experience
- Master’s degree, LCSW or LPCC
- License as required by Kentucky professional boards and billing sources
- Valid driver’s license, reliable operating transportation, and proof of current auto insurance
Preferred Education and Experience
- Experience working with individuals with substance abuse disorders and co-occurring disorders
- Qualified Mental Health Professional
- Licensed Independent Practitioner
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Provide medically necessary, evidenced based counseling and narcotics addiction treatment that helps resolve mental and behavioral conditions in individuals and families
- Assess and integrate historical, psychosocial and medical information into individualized treatment
- Monitor the need for continuation of services and/or change in level of intensity of services
- Utilize CDOI (Consumer Directed Outcome Informed) care in assessments and clinical treatment episodes
- Deliver services primarily in an outpatient office setting as well as other locations based on individual client needs
- Manage situations involving client risk and provide clinical crisis services that help de-escalate crisis situations and promote stability
- Manage a caseload that may include diverse populations with a variety of clinical needs
While we welcome all to apply, there are some position specific background stipulations that must be met to comply with various regulatory and contractual requirements.
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