Under the direction of the Program Manager, Treatment Counselors work with youth referred to the agency from a variety of sources. They develop and monitor treatment plans for clients, provide individual, group and family counseling, and conduct home or school visits, as needed.
Bachelor's degree and experience in a counseling setting working with adolescents is required; Masters degree prefered; clinical licensure or certification (LPC, LSW or CADC) and training in substance abuse is preferred. If a candidate has two or more years experience in a substance abuse field, he/she must have clinical licensure. Must have ability to work with diverse groups of people. A valid driver’s license and ownership of or ready access to an insured vehicle, as well as a clear driving record, is required.