The Behavioral Health Clinician provides behavioral health services in an outpatient community-based program serving adolescents, adults, and their families. Responsibilities include providing initial screenings and assessments, developing treatment plans, reviewing treatment progress, providing coordinated care and case management services, conducting group and individual counseling in NCADD’s outpatient treatment program, and educating community groups, patients, and their families about addiction as a treatable disease.

Please click on the links below to learn more about this opportunity and to download an application. Please send resume, cover letter, and completed application form to Kathryn Chapman at kchapman@ncaddjuneau.org.

Behavioral Health Clinician Job Description

NCADD Employment Application

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December 2014 RADACT Trainings Poster

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NCADD is looking for a master’s level counselor to provide substance abuse and mental health counseling services when the NCADD team needs extra clinical support. This less than part-time position entails working 3 hours-9 hours a week. The behavioral health counselor will primarily provide group services for our outpatient treatment program and occasionally provide a substance abuse only and/or behavioral health integrated assessment. Please click on the links below to learn more about this opportunity and to download an application. Please send resume and completed application form to Kathryn Chapman at kchapman@ncaddjuneau.org.

Behavioral Health Counselor

NCADD Employment Application

 

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