Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC
Company: Correctional Health Partners
Posted on: April 10, 2021
Pay Rate: 30-35 per hour
Correctional Health Partners (CHP) provides comprehensive
healthcare services for county jails and state departments of
corrections. We bring healthcare best practices to the correctional
setting with a focus on trust, compassion, and integrity. Our
vision is to become the most trusted correctional healthcare
provider in the country.
We are currently looking for a Mental Health Professional -
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) at our Washington
County location in (Hillsboro, OR) to provide mental health and
substance use consultation for patients within a jail setting in
addition to training of facility staff. Provides direct clinical
and consultation services in accordance with CHP Policies and
procedures, policies and procedures of the institution, and in
accordance with the ethics and standards of relevant professional
organizations (e.g., NASW, APA). The Mental Health Professional or
Addictions Counselor must be able to apply principles of critical
thinking to a variety of practical and emergent situations and
accurately follow standardized procedures that may call for
deviations. The Mental Health Professional must be able to apply
sound judgment beyond a specific set of instructions and apply
knowledge to different factual situations.
Master of Social Work (MSW) or Master's degree in related fields
such as counseling, gerontology, etc. Certified Alcohol and Drug
Counselor (CADC) designation required.
Minimum one year work experience in community setting, i.e.
correctional care, case management, home health care, discharge
planning or department of social services etc.
Current CPR certification with the ability to perform CPR as
Knowledge of case management, community resources/agencies, program
and workflow development, process improvement and
Skilled in conflict management, problem prevention and
Able to accept and work with diverse populations and provide
culturally sensitive coaching, education and assistance to
Skilled in developing and maintaining positive relationships and
communicating effectively with internal staff and external
Must adhere to CHP's five core values:
Integrity: To do the right thing, even when nobody is watching.
Teamwork: To collaborate and to support each other in achieving a
Accountability: To take responsibility for our successes and
failures, and to hold ourselves and others to high-standards.
Patient-centered: To identify patient needs and provide optimal
Compassion: To be empathetic toward the needs of our clients,
patients, and coworkers.
Correctional Health Partners offers a professional atmosphere,
competitive salaries and a full range of benefits. Our benefits
Medical, dental, and vision benefits.
Flex spending, medical and dependent care plans available.
Paid time off, up to 28 days per year based on tenure and
Paid holidays: we recognize 9 holidays.
Education tuition reimbursement.
Exercise incentive program.
If you need to request a reasonable accommodation or assistance in
completing an application, contact the Human Resources
Correctional Health Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All
qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,
protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation,
gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information,
or any other characteristic protected by law.
About Correctional Health Partners:
Correctional Health Partners (CHP) is a clinically enhanced
Third-Party Administrator (TPA) with the expertise to effectively
address and manage the unique challenges in the delivery of
healthcare services to correctional facilities.
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