Alcohol and Drug Counselor I (C) (IOP)
Compensation: $23 - $25/Hour
Date posted: 01/29/2024
- Work in conjunction with local partners, including the Clackamas County Family Treatment Court, Oregon Department of Human Services, and Oregon Justice Department.
- Engage the client in the treatment process, including informing the client about the elements of the process.
- Conduct ASAM assessment of clients to establish appropriate ASAM Level of Care and refer to a higher level of care if needed.
- Provide IOP/OP SUD services for adults, including participants with DHS involvement and DUII diversion.
- Provide direct client substance use treatment utilizing program principles, guidelines, and policies, including treatment planning, individual sessions, and group facilitation in an outpatient treatment setting.
- Maintain accurate, professional, and up-to-date documentation in accordance with Oregon OAR’s.
- Regular coordination of care with internal and external referents via status reports, in person, by phone, or email.
- Regular attendance is required. Some evenings are required.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Participate in Family Treatment Court weekly staffing and testify in court when subpoenaed and court-ordered.
- Complete and submit internal and external reports as needed.
- Regularly use agency Electronic Health Record and MOTS data entry.
- Maintain confidentiality of client information and comply with HIPAA and Federal CFR 42 Part 2 guidelines.
- Attend meetings and trainings as required.
- Complete accurate monthly billing by the set date.
Education / Experience
- Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- Required to have a CADC I or be able to obtain one within six months of hire.
- A minimum of two years of experience providing case management, chemical dependency treatment, referrals, assessments, and/or advocacy services.
- Knowledge and experience working with community and social service agencies.
Skills and Abilities
- Able to apply HIPAA & 42CFR policies to case management, charting, and release of information.
- Strong working knowledge of ASAM PPC LOC and DSM 5 diagnostic criteria.
- Administer participant drug screens regularly in accordance with treatment plan requirements.
- Able to build and maintain rapport with individuals from culturally and economically diverse backgrounds.
- Understand the effects of substance use on family dynamics.
- If using a personal vehicle on company business, one must have a valid driver’s license and meet minimum automobile insurance requirements.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office.
- Occasionally lift at least 15 pounds.
- Work performed in an office may require extended periods of computer and phone usage.
- Will be required to work flexible or non-standard work hours, including weekends.
- Able to drive to perform work with the community.
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