ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, is the 15th largest Catholic Charities agency in the U.S. and 10th largest nonprofit within the state of New Jersey with an annual operating revenue of more than $40 million. Annually, a staff of 600 provides more than 100,000 people in Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth and Ocean counties with support related to housing, food, mental health, specialized children's services, addiction treatment and domestic violence services. A private nonprofit recognized by the Chronicle of Philanthropy as one of the most fiscally efficient in the country, the organization uses less than 10 percent of our revenue for administrative costs. We are a recognized leader in trauma-informed work and have pioneered integrated healthcare in the State.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, is a great place to work! We are mission-driven, family-friendly, and passionate about service to our communities. We offer a wide variety of exciting career opportunities in the areas of Direct Care, Clinical, Fundraising, Human Resources, I.T., Finance, Marketing, Nursing, and Government Relations. When you join us, you can expect a true focus on work-life balance, competitive salaries, comprehensive benefit programs, and an environment that promotes inclusion. Some of our benefits include: generous paid Holidays, Vacation, and Sick time; excellent health & pension plans; and wide array of training and staff development opportunities to earn on-site CEUs.
Catholic Charities is a faith-inspired organization and Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer, fostering a diverse and inclusive environment for staff as well as for people seeking assistance. To learn more about the agency, please visit our website at : www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org.
JOB SUMMARY: This position is responsible for the coordination and delivery of substance abuse counseling designed to meet the wellness and recovery needs of the consumer. Depending on program objectives, these services may include resource development, assessments and counseling provided individually or in a group setting and may include the consumer’s family members.
Conduct initial and ongoing assessments involving the collection, analysis, and recording of significant information.
Develop a treatment plan focusing on issues mutually identified by consumer and clinician.
Provide individual, family and group counseling to consumers as needed
Leads educational groups.
Make collateral contacts as necessary.
Maintain communication with clients, including outreach for hard to engage clients.
Develop formal aftercare plans for clients completing a particular stage of treatment.
Prepare a discharge summary for consumers whose case is being closed.
Documentation should be maintained in Anasazi, the agency’s electronic health record software, and should include: the assessment, treatment plan, progress notes, collateral contacts, and termination summary.
Case management services are to be provided as needed and may include preparation of reports for external entities, community linkages, assistance in obtaining benefits and entitlements, referral and other client advocacy services.
Clinicians are expected to spend 60% of their time in face to face consumer contact and to provide routine productivity reports to their supervisor.
All schedules, statistical reports/logs, and clinical reports are to be submitted within proscribed timelines.
Documentation should be completed in Anasazi within 24 hours of service delivery.
Clinicians are required to participate in individual and peer supervision according to their program needs.
Participate in the Quality Improvement process and specific quality initiatives for the program.
Interface with medical, vocational, residential and other program resources as necessary.
Utilize supervision and training as opportunities for enhancing professional competence.
Performs all duties in a professional and ethical manner consistent with agency, licensing, COA, and
professional standards. Other related duties as assigned.