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The Peer Support Specialist must be certified as a peer support specialist (CPSS). CPSS is responsible for ensuring recovery focused service that allows individuals the opportunity to learn to manage their own recovery and advocacy process through interventions of Peer Support staff that enhance the development of natural supports, as well as coping and self management skills.
Residential Recovery Support Specialist are certified peer support specialist who act as residential counselors in the long term substance use treatment facility. They are responsible for preparing and facilitating group counseling sessions, educational programs, and lectures to assist clients in meeting therapeutic goals; conducting individual counseling to provide crises intervention, support & guidance, and address client behaviors and personal problems; and monitoring client behavior during social, recreational, or daily activities.
The Outpatient Clinician must be a master level Licensed or Provisionally Licensed Qualified Professional (QP) with at least one year of experience with Target Population. Outpatient Clinician is responsible for providing clinical intakes & assessments, authorizations for OPT, Treatment plans for OPT, and daily documentation of all outpatient therapy services provided.
The Intake Coordinator must be a master level Licensed or Provisionally Licensed Qualified Professional (QP) with at least one year of experience with Target Population. Intake Coordinator is responsible for providing clinical intakes & assessments, Treatment plans, and authorizations for treatment services. Intake Clinician will facilitate intakes, group treatment and complete daily documentation for all services provided.