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Addiction Recovery Specialist

Indiana, USA

Job Type

Full time



About the Role

•May conduct or assist in the screening and/or assessment of patients who are referred for addiction services (if license or certification criteria is met)
•Collaborate with treatment team to monitor and review patient treatment plans; may assist in development or review of treatment plan (if license or certification criteria is met)
•Assist in orientating new patients to treatment by informing on rules and policies of treatment
•Facilitate psychoeducational treatment groups utilizing approved curriculum
•Administer patient urinalysis testing in accordance with policy
•Enter clinical documentation into Electronic Medical Record System (EMR) and maintain patient records in accordance with federal, state, and department policy
•Responsible for attending weekly and/or monthly staff meetings to discuss patient care and all aspects of treatment
•Awareness of crisis intervention and response- recognizing emotional stress and utilizing resources to resolve problems and refer to other departments as appropriate
•Proactive in performance improvement activities as demonstrated by participating in the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program (peer review; record reviews; membership on the CQI committee as requested) and modifying clinical practices based on CQI recommendations
•Continuous training in areas relevant to practice or in areas of need, attendance at seminars, continue earning CEUs
•Comply with all facility and company policies, Federal and State laws, regulations, and guidelines including HIPAA, OSHA, and PREA
•Maintain and adhere to code of ethics including ethical commitment to ensure confidentiality within the limits of a correctional environment
•Understand and comply with safety and security rules and regulations of the institution
•Other duties as assigned



Bachelor’s degree in human services field required. Hold an active license in an Indiana behavioral health field (LAC, LSW), a valid certification of Certified Alcohol and Drug Consultant (CADAC II, IV, or V), or eligible to apply and obtain an approved license/certification within 24 months of hiring date. At time of hire or during initial onsite training, must show/obtain current tuberculosis documentation, must be appropriately certified in first aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) / Basic Life Support (BLS), and automated external defibrillator (AED) use. Must be able to pass background investigation and obtain agency security clearance where applicable.

About the Company

RepuCare is a certified woman-owned business and WBE. We are currently partnered with Centurion to provide premium Addiction Recovery Specialists to work onsite in various IDOC facilities in the state of Indiana. We are looking for people who have a passion for helping individuals who are currently battling or have previously battled substance use. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in a human services field and the willingness to work onsite with incarcerated populations.

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