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Performs prevention and intervention services with youth and their families in a community and/or school-based setting. Knowledgeable with group and individual counseling techniques as well as conducting behavioral health (mental health or substance use) assessments and/or screenings. Must be a self-starter capable of working independently, dependable and work effectively with minimum supervision.

JOB STATUS: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

  • Facilitates individual and/or groups intervention sessions.
  • Consults and educates the student assistance team, includes attendance at regularly scheduled meeting
  • Provides individual, group and/or family intervention
  • Complete pre-assessments of students identified and referred through the student assistance process or designated contact. Connect students with appropriate referral agencies
  • Works closely with parents to ensure parent education and effective involvement
  • Maintains confidentiality of all client-based information as required law (FERPA & PPR)
  • Provides Student Assistance Program (SAP) services and/or school-based services and SAP related trainings
  • Provide written and verbal feedback to school contact
  • Coordinates Post-vention services with the School District as needed
  • Provide teacher in-service training on SAP related topic
  • Maintains participant records. Completes monthly, quarterly, and annual reports in a timely manner
  • Enters data into the Performance Based Prevention System (PBPS) as required
  • Link with community agencies and assist with all referral procedures
  • Performs other related SAP functions and duties as requested and/or necessary by the district and approved by the agency.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Master’s Degree preferred; Bachelor Degree in social work, psychology, criminal justice, social science or other related fields, and a minimum of 3 years of experience working with youth and families or a minimum of 5 years of experience working with youth and families; Reliable transportation and a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license as well as current PA registration and auto insurance are required.

 

Job Type: Full-time

Job Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Required education: Bachelor’s

Required experience: working with youth and families: 3 years

Required license or certification: valid PA driver’s license

 

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RESPONSIBLE TO:              Director of Drug & Alcohol and Education

 

 

JOB SUMMARY:

 

The position requires an individual who possesses competencies that are essential to the effective practice of recovery support for substance use disorders utilizing the Social Model Approach. The individual needs to become fully proficient in understanding addiction, treatment, knowledge, application to practice, and professional readiness; full proficiency and understanding is required in the practice of recovery orientated systems of care (ROSC) related to the resident, family and community.

 

JOB STATUS:     Full-Time

 

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

 

  •  Responsible for all functions and operations of the Recovery House. Must be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  •  Must meet with each incoming Resident for orientation to review the welcome packet, complete the intake process and ensure all required documents are signed.
  • Monitor and implement the house rules, policies and procedures of the Recovery House
  • Facilitate and/or Co-facilitate weekly Mandatory Recovery House meetings. Coordination of weekly meetings and mandatory 12 step meetings
  • Designate and clearly outline the responsibilities of the Resident in terms of daily chores and kitchen/food clean-up. Share the schedule of household duties. Prepare and cook meals along with other residents as shared responsibilities.
  • Ensure maintenance repairs are made within 48 hours, maintain the inside and outside grounds of the house
  • Conduct Fire drill every 90 days and maintain proper documentation
  • Coordinate transportation with the Van Driver and Residents for outside functions related to recovery plan.
  • Collection of rent from residents
  • Follow-up with the resident and Case Manager on a weekly basis to ensure progress of their recovery plan
  • Organizes and conducts social and cultural activities to promote sobriety and awareness about substance abuse.
  • Maintains confidential participant records and/or data in a secured manner.  Completes monthly, quarterly, and annual reports in a timely manner.
  • Performs other related duties and other duties as requested and/or necessary.

 

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Maintains required training hours and clearances.
  • Maintains open communication with Director and other staff as it relates to the necessary flow of the job and programs. Aids in the design of peer mentoring and recovery support.
  • Continually remains up to date on individual, group, and family recovery supports approaches. Possesses and utilizes the ability to relate to problems and special needs of clients.
  • Utilizes effective retention techniques and evidence based approaches to maintain participation such as motivational interviewing techniques and will incorporate ROSC principles throughout the process.
  • Must possess and utilize excellent verbal and written communication skills and general computer skills, including WORD, EXCEL, Gmail, internet, and other systems.
  • Must have understanding of the criminal justice system, ATOD pharmacology, confidentiality, FERPA and PPR laws and regulations, and DDAP Best Practices Guidelines.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS:

 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand: sit and walk; use hands; reach with hands and arms.  The employee must be capable of lifting or pulling 175 lbs.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust and focus. Proper diction and command of the English language required.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

The House Manager must have at least a high school diploma/GED, preferably lived experience with substance use disorder and at least 18-24 months of sustained recovery.  Knowledge of the criminal justice system, adult probation and parole is essential.  Reliable transportation and a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license as well as current PA auto insurance are required.

 

All required clearances must be current including Act 33/34 Child Abuse Clearance and Pennsylvania Criminal History Clearance, and FBI Clearance.

Location: Number:

RESPONSIBLE TO:              Director of Drug & Alcohol and Education

 

 

JOB SUMMARY:

 

The position requires an individual who possesses competencies, knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are essential to the effective practice of case management for substance use disorders. The individual needs to be fully proficient in understanding addiction, treatment, recovery and able to practice professional ethics; and become fully proficient in the practice of Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) and utilization of Social Model Approach to support, planning, referral and service coordination.

 

JOB STATUS:     Full-Time

 

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

  •  Works in collaboration with Resident to develop their recovery plan with 24 hours, assisting residents
  • meet their goals of the recovery plan, following-up with resident progress on a weekly basis and update recovery plan at least every 30 days
  • Collaborates with community organizations for resources, referrals and service delivery; create and maintain an updated resource guide of available recovery supports; maintain updated housing lists, seek out employment opportunities for those with criminal history and offer resources to other unmet needs required to fulfill goals of the recovery plan (ex. GED, Driver’s license restoration, state ID, etc.).
  • Provides screening and intake to determine if a further assessment/evaluation or higher level of care is needed
  • Follow-up with the client to confirm access to the appropriate level of care.  Upon consent, follow-up with the referral source to ensure a smooth transition to intervention/treatment
  • Utilizes effective retention techniques and evidence based approaches to maintain participation such as motivational interviewing techniques and will incorporate ROSC principles throughout the process
  • Organizes and conducts social and cultural activities to promote sobriety and awareness about substance abuse.
  • Utilize the Social Model approach to recovery
  • Maintains confidential participant records and/or data.  Completes monthly, quarterly, and annual reports in a timely manner.
  • Performs other related duties and other duties as requested and/or necessary.

 

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Maintains required training hours and clearances.
  • Maintains open communication with supervisor and other staff as it relates to the necessary flow of the job and programs. Aids in the design of educational programs.
  • Continually remains up to date on individual, group, and family counseling techniques and evidence-based approaches. Possesses and utilizes the ability to relate to problems and special needs of clients.
  • Maintains community resources to make them available to the clients.
  • Must possess and utilize excellent verbal and written communication skills and general computer skills, including WORD, EXCEL, Gmail, internet, and other systems.
  • Must have understanding of the criminal justice system, ATOD pharmacology, confidentiality, FERPA and PPR laws and regulations, and DDAP Best Practices Guidelines.

 

 

WORKING CONDITIONS:

 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand: sit and walk; use hands; reach with hands and arms.  The employee must be capable of lifting or pulling 175 lbs.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust and focus. Proper diction and command of the English language required.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

The Case Manager, preferably will have lived experience with substance use disorder, at least 18-24 months of sustained recovery; Master’s Degree preferred; Bachelor Degree in social work, psychology, criminal justice, social science or other related fields, and a minimum of 2 years of experience working with adults or a CADC and minimum of 3 years of relevant experience. Knowledge of the criminal juvenile justice system, justice system, adult probation, parole is essential.  Reliable transportation and a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license as well as current PA auto insurance are required.

 

All required clearances must be current including Act 33/34 Child Abuse Clearance and Pennsylvania Criminal History Clearance, and FBI Clearance.