Crossroads Treatment Centers Clinical Director (Florence) in Florence, South Carolina
Crossroads Treatment Centers is seeking a Clinical Supervisor/Clinical Director for our Florence Center. This individual provides clinical supervisor in accordance with policies, procedures, and state regulations.
Position Summary: The Clinical Director provides clinical supervisor in accordance with policies, procedures, and state regulations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides individual and group Supervision to Substance Abuse Counselor
Provides internal chart reviews for clinical compliance and compiles corporate reports as indicated
Provides individual and group counseling to patients assigned to caseload
Develops the Individual treatment plan (ITP) for the new patient within established time frame of patient’s admission.
Work with the medical staff in securing urine samples for monthly urinalysis.
Provides necessary forms to the Medical Director when the patient has special request for take-out medications, dose changes, phase changes, MSW schedule and medication changes.
Contributes to the ongoing assessment and treatment planning process through participation in daily reports, case reviews, and treatment teams.
Provides supportive counseling or crisis intervention services in conjunction with medical and nursing service, as circumstances deem necessary.
Provides education and public information services to the general public and the professional community regarding opioid treatment programs.
Participates in a program of professional development including both external and facility required number of internal in-service programs and events; maintains professional credentials as a Certified Addictions Counselor.
Completes individual chemical dependency assessment of new patients. This includes not only the psychosocial but also all required forms that require the new patient’s signature. The counselor is responsible for the accuracy and completeness (all blanks filled) of the assessment process.
Functions as a liaison with other community based agencies and law enforcement agencies to insure continuity of treatment (referrals) and compliance to legal obligations
Provides patient education relating to the illness of chemical dependency and the process of recovery.
Qualifications and Education/Certification Requirements:
Minimum of Bachelors Degree in Human Services, CAC-II or equivalent, MUST be able to provide Supervision for Substance Abuse Counselors.
Multi-tasking, excellent organizational skills, and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Crossroads offers a comprehensive benefits package for our full-time employees that includes PTO, Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, Short Term Disability, Employer paid and Voluntary Life and AD&D Insurance and 401k with company match.