Co-Occurring Disorder Therapist

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organization:Volunteers of America Oregon Dya Treatment Program
position summary:

Through our 114 years of providing services to the community, the name Volunteers of America Oregon has become synonymous with compassion and care. We've earned our reputation through dedication and tireless commitment to helping individuals and families create safer, healthier, and more stable lifestyles. For as long as we've been around, our programs have been changing lives.

The Volunteers of America Oregon Day Treatment Program provides integrated substance abuse and mental health treatment and case management services for individuals who have long histories of addictions, homelessness, and criminal behavior. The program is seeking a full-time, temporary Co-Occurring Disorder Therapist who will:

Provide assessment, treatment planning, individual and group therapy, and case management services for homeless male offenders in an intensive outpatient treatment program

Deliver evidence-based curriculum in group sessions

Provide consultation in all matters related to alcohol and drug addiction, treatment, referral, and client support

Participate in multi-disciplinary treatment team planning meetings with Day Treatment staff and partners

Work cooperatively and collaboratively with all project partners

Maintain client clinical chart records using electronic medical record system

Interested applicants may apply online at “Explore Careers” “VOA Oregon Careers” Click on job title and follow prompts to apply for position

Volunteers of America Oregon is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Salary / Pay Rate:$16-$19/hour (full-time temporary)
Required Skills and Abilities:This position requires 5 years of clinical work with high-risk alcohol/drug addicted individuals. Knowledge of addictions, mental health, at risk populations, men’s treatment issues, and criminality is required.
Qualifications:Education Required: This position requires a Master’s degree in psychology, counseling or social work. CADC certification or licensure is preferred.
Other:Equal Opportunity Employer