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Float Substance Use Disorder Counselor

Fellowship Hall, a 99-bed private, not-for-profit specialty hospital offering abstinence-based alcohol and drug treatment using a 12-Step treatment model, located on a serene 120-acre country setting in Greensboro, NC, is currently seeking a full time Float Counselor to be part of a therapeutic team working in our gender-specific treatment program. Fellowship Hall has been established for 50 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 sober living.

The Float Substance Use Disorder Counselor is responsible for counseling (individual, group, and family), facilitating psychoeducational lectures, developing comprehensive assessments, treatment plans, documentation, and making appropriate aftercare referrals. They will work as part of a treatment team to ensure continuity of care and patient progress. This position may function in a primary, float, or family counselor role and reports to the Clinical Director.

Schedule: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm


MINIUMUM EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field


EXPERIENCE: Minimum of two (2) years working as a professional counselor

  • Experience in substance use disorder counseling (inpatient setting preferred)


  • Ability to teach, model, and use evidence-based counseling practices for substance use disorder treatment and common co-occurring disorders, and an understanding of 12-Step recovery.
  • Experience with electronic medical record documentation
  • Ability to work independently within a multi-disciplinary team context
  • Demonstrate openness and cultural humility
  • Knowledge of family systems
  • Ability to present lecture material
  • Ability to self-regulate to present a calm and therapeutic demeanor with emotionally dysregulated individuals
  • Understanding of ASAM criteria



  • Ability to facilitate expressive and experiential therapies.
  • Experience treating co-occurring disorders and an understanding of DSM-V diagnoses
  • Trauma training
  • Bilingual (Spanish preferred)



All interested applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to lorih@fellowshiphall.com.  No phone calls please. 


Fellowship Hall has a Tobacco and Smoke-free work environment.