Health Connect America is dedicated to providing quality and affordable services to individuals and their family members. We believe in individuality, safety, community, inclusivity, innovation and progress for our families and staff. We believe in empowering our clients and utilizing current and appropriate clinical treatment. We have found that our staff succeed when they are passionate about social services, helping at-risk communities and value collaboration with a team.
What will I be doing?
As a Intensive Outpatient Co- Facilitator, You will assist the IOP Facilitator and/or the IOP Coordinator in performing intake screening and assessments as assigned, co-facilitating the IOP groups, and perform individual and family sessions as well as weekly family education programs as assigned.
You will be:
Intake screening and assessments
Promoting and marketing program
Documentation and planning
Am I a good fit?
In this position you will be travelling in the community to meet families where they are. A flexible schedule is important for this role and allows you to have control over your session planning. You will have significant documentation and travel, so good time management is a must!
Minimum of a bachelor�s degree in a related field with one year of relevant experience in working with addictive/co-occurring disorders, or�High school diploma with some relevant post high school education or training, and at least two years of relevant experience in working with addictive/co-occurring disorders.
We offer competitive compensation and benefits to our team members including medical/dental, 401K, HSA with company contribution, Paid Time Off for full time staff.
Health connect is an Equal Opportunity Employer