POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for providing care to the guests by providing group counseling and therapeutic support; documents treatment progress, orientation, discharge, and related records; presents didactic materials; participates in staff training; participates in Performance Improvement activities; demonstrates knowledge/skills to provide age appropriate care; participates in staff meetings and Annual Conference; monitors therapy program on an ongoing basis, providing input to Clinical Director; and performs other duties as assigned. This individual must be able to work independently and under minimal supervision.
Fellowship Hall, a 123-bed private, not-for-profit specialty hospital offering abstinence-based alcohol and drug treatment based on the 12-Step Model of Recovery, located on a serene 120-acre country setting in Greensboro, NC, is currently seeking a Weekend Men’s Substance Use Disorder Counselor. The counselor will be part of a therapeutic team working in our gender-specific Primary Treatment program. This position will work Saturday and Sunday from 8:00am-8:00pm.
Fellowship Hall has been established for over 46 years and enjoys a stellar reputation as one of the premier treatment providers in the country. Our facility has been accredited by Joint Commission since 1974, and we offer inpatient care, detoxification, partial hospital, intensive outpatient, family programming, extended treatment, and structured living. We draw patients from North and South Carolina, Virginia, and 23 other States.
The Men’s Substance Use Disorder Counselor will be responsible for:
- Providing Therapeutic Support
- Group Counseling
- Documenting Treatment Progression, Orientation, Discharge, and Related Records
- Presenting Didactic Materials
Minimum Education & Certification: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Human Services field; CSAC
Minimum Experience: Two (2) years’ experience in the substance use disorder field and understanding of 12 step recovery.
Preferred Experience: Experience with co-occurring disorders. Bilingual a plus.