Responsible for providing direct clinical services to clients in accordance with the client’s treatment plan at the appropriate level of care as required by the ASAM and if applicable Rule 132 clinical structure
- Utilize Automated System as primary instrument to complete clinical progress.
- Participate in a minimum of four (4) hours per month of direct clinical supervision, one of which is to be one on one with immediate supervisor.
- Responsible for maintaining appropriate clinical documentation and compliance with record keeping standards as required by regulatory funding agencies and ASAM clinical structure.
- Provide direct clinical services for client’s diagnosed with substance abuse and or co-occurring disorders at different levels of care as indicated by treatment plan.
- Responsible for ensuring that current treatment plans exist for each client on caseload as well as all pertinent clinical record keeping data.
- Participate and present in Utilization Management Team (UMT) staffing as scheduled.
- Perform the following clinical tasks at UMT:
- When presenting, ensures clinical documentation exists that support recommendation for
- Ensures that UMT treatment recommendations are incorporated in client’s treatment plan
- Maintains productivity and clinical standards as required by treatment plans.
- Respond within the required time frame established by utilization management and Program Supervisor to implement corrective action on any clinical record keeping area that is cited.
- Participate in the CADC and MISA in-service trainings during probationary period and ongoing professional development as approved by Program Supervisor.
- Ensures that all certification and licensing requirements are kept active and up to date.
- Performs other related duties as assigned
- IAODAPCA certified (Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor or MISA)
- Bachelor's Degree in social work or related fields is preferred
- is Two years of direct client service in a substance abuse and/or MISA treatment setting is a plus
- Knowledge of grant funding policies and procedures and applicable local, state, federal regulations
- Knowledge of ASAM and clinical quality assurance standards preferred
- Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team in a fast paced environment
- Excellent written and verbal skills required
- Knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office Programs
- Bilingual (Spanish) candidates with the ability to speak, read, and write are preferred
- Work is normally performed in a typical community-based setting i.e. outreach, schools, courts etc. with some extended periods of standing or walking.
- Moderate physical activity. May require physical effort including lifting up to 25 pounds
- Valid Driver’s License, current insurance, and available vehicle are required to transport clients to and from program as needed.