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Addiction Jobs at the UW & Washington State

UW Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute

Research Study Assistant (2 positions, Location: Harborview Medical Center)
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute has outstanding opportunities for two Research Study Assistants who will be responsible for assisting in the administration of a NIDA-funded multi-site study investigating opioid use disorder at the Harborview Medical Center (HMC) Emergency Department.  The primary purpose of the Research Assistant position is to carry out the day-to-day activities of this study.  The Research Assistants will work in collaboration with investigators and staff at Harborview in coordination with investigators and staff from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute at the University of Washington in implementing this study protocol.  All research tasks will occur at HMC. The ideal candidate will be motivated and detail-oriented and eager to participate in this exciting multi-disciplinary research project within the fast-paced environment of the Emergency Department.

Duties include recruiting, interviewing, and screening potential subjects in the HMC Emergency Department and determining eligibility according to established criteria.  This will include answering participants’ questions regarding study protocol; reviewing and explaining consent forms to engage participants in informed consent process, reviewing and explaining study questionnaires, and maintaining confidentiality of participant records. Other duties are listed in the full description. Note: interviews will involve questions regarding substance use and behavioral health.

For details and application, search for Req. 146318 at UW Hires.

Opportunities in other UW Departments

Center for the Study of Health Risk Behaviors

Psychology Training in Alcohol in Alcohol Research (PTAR) Fellowship
This is a two-year appointment, commencing no earlier than July 1st and no later than December 31st of each year, within the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington, and is funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (Principal Investigator, Mary Larimer). This fellowship will provide training for individuals who wish to pursue a career in alcohol research, with an emphasis on the etiology and prevention of problem drinking and alcohol dependence. As this topic will be approached from both psychosocial and bio-behavioral perspectives, individuals with background training in relevant areas of psychology (clinical, health psychology, behavioral neuroscience, social, developmental, cognitive, behavioral pharmacology, etc.) are encouraged to apply. Both human and animal research will be supported. For more information, see the CSHRB website: http://depts.washington.edu/cshrb/training/how-to-apply/

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating areas of interest, CV, and three letters of recommendation by January 11th. Please email AND mail materials to:
Trinh Vo, Postdoctoral Psychology Training in Alcohol Research Program, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences 1100 NE 45th Street, Suite 300, Box 354944, Seattle, WA 98105.

Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Research Study Assistant
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has an outstanding opportunity for a Research Study Assistant, to help with multiple research studies by performing a number of specific support functions. The department is currently running clinical trials evaluating suicide intervention with active duty Service Members and civilians including:

  • A  randomized clinical trial of suicide-focused versus treatment-as-usual services for patients discharged from the hospital following a recent suicide attempt
  • A randomized clinical trial of a novel suicide intervention that involves caring contacts via text message for active duty Soldiers and Marines
  • a large NIDA-funded pragmatic clinical trial evaluating the effectiveness and utility of a secondary suicide prevention intervention in Intensive Outpatient Programs in 15 Seattle-area chemical dependency treatment centers

For details and application, search for Req. 145974 at UW Hires.

Research Study Assistant (Location: Sand Point)
The School Mental Health Assessment, Research, and Training (SMART) Center represents a transdisciplinary collaboration between faculty in the UW College of Education and the School of Medicine, Dept. The mission of the SMART Center is to promote quality improvement of school-based mental/behavioral health services, thereby preventing or ameliorating mental health problems more effectively and promoting the social-emotional and academic development and success of youth across school, home, and community contexts. The SMART Center is seeking a Research Study Assistant to assist with data collection and data management, participates in both qualitative and quantitative data analysis; interfaces with consumers, clinicians and students in school and community settings; and assists with other study-related tasks.

For details and application, search for Req. 146133 at UW Hires.

school of Social work

Research Study Coordinator 1 (Toppenish)
As Part of the Indigenous Wellness Research institute at the University of Washington, this study builds on an 8-year community-based participatory partnership and is in full collaboration with a Tribal Community. The position will implement all field operations for Healing Seasons: Pathways to our heart, mind, body, and spirit. The Healing Seasons study is a randomized comparison control trial conducted among 200 participants to assess 2 different 6-week interventions. The two evidence-based interventions are 1) Motivational Interviewing Therapy – a goal setting and skill based talk therapy (MIST) and 2) Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) a story based exposure therapy. The culturally-grounded study is funded by the National Institutes of Minority Health and Health Disparities, and  will address trauma symptoms and substance misuse concerns while facilitating positive sexual health behaviors.

This is a full time position. Working under the direct supervision of the Research Coordinator, the Research Study Coordinator 1 will coordinate and implement the onsite activities of the NET/MIST research study involving participants from a rural tribal community. The position requires in-depth knowledge of the community and skills specific to the study that include, but are not limited to, the coordination, scheduling, and monitoring of research activities and subject participation; interpret, apply, and maintain strict adherence to study protocol; conduct interviews; coordinate the management of study data; monitor data to maintain quality control; summarize study results and prepare reports. In addition, the applicant will provide client support, i.e., connecting participants to community resources and providing transportation to study activities.

For details and application, search for Req. 145133 at UW Hires.

Senior Statistician (Seattle)
This position is for a Senior Statistician who will use applied mathematics, numerical modeling, and statististical programming skills to contribute to the development of demographic, ecological, and system dynamic models of the social service system. This position will also use cutting-edge knowledge of tools and techniques in Data Science and Informatics to support the development of robust, replicable visualizations of these models as well as descriptive trends and patterns in social service system data.

This individual will lead the analysis of administrative data from various state and federal agencies and use his/her computing and programming skills to develop advanced statistical models for prediction and inference about various aspects of social service systems in the US and throughout the world. The individual will be expected to develop and test novel hypotheses about child welfare system dynamics, and to communicate and disseminate this research to the broader community.

For details and application, search for Req. 140790 at UW Hires.

Social Development Research Group, School of Social Work

Intervention Specialist (.65 FTE).
The Intervention Specialist will be responsible for coaching community coordinators in the implementation of the Communities That Care (CTC) prevention model using the Annie E. Casey "Evidence to Success" Framework. Communities That Care is a community-wide prevention system that brings together representatives from all sectors of a community to identify priority risk and protective factors in youth data and help child-serving systems like child welfare, juvenile justice, and education work together to fund proven, tested, and effective prevention programs that address the priority risk and protective factors directly. These programs are then implemented with fidelity to their specifications, under community oversight, and progress is tracked in youth outcomes to ensure the desired results are achieved. Evidence2Success is based heavily on the Communities That Care system with added components for strategic financing and structured technical assistance to public systems.

The role of the Intervention Specialist is to oversee the implementation of Evidence2Success in new participating communities, ensuring adherence to technical aspects of program implementation, and fidelity to the CTC operating system at the community level. Because of the high level of the public system representatives involved, and the high visibility of the funding organization (the Annie E. Casey Foundation), this position requires diplomacy and adeptness at dealing with complex organizational politics. The work requires on-site visits, in-person coaching, and ad hoc problem solving. The person in this position will serve as SDRG's primary representative for participating communities, and as such will be the face of the organization.

For details and application, search for Req. 145654 at UW Hires.

Research Study Coordinator 2 (temporary, part-time, job location is Northgate)
SDRG is seeking a part-time, temporary research study coordinator to work on a prevention-focused program for foster parents, relative caregivers, and the teens in their care. It is designed to help strengthen family relationships and may help families develop skills to reduce risk of drug use, risky sexual behavior, and violence among teens. Researchers at the Social Development Research Group (SDRG) and Partners for our Children (POC) are currently testing this program to see if it works with foster parents and relative caregivers. 

Each Family Consultant will be responsible for telephoning multiple families on a weekly basis for a 10-12 week period to track their progress through the Connecting program which includes a workbook and two DVDs. The Family Consultant will encourage families to participate in the activities, serve as consultants for any problems that arise, encourage and celebrate successes, and track progress and phone contact time. There will be one staff meeting per week at the SDRG office for about 1 hour to consult on cases and turn in data summaries. The families will not all be assigned the same start dates so the workload will vary. We expect that this position will run through at least Fall 2017.

For details and application, search for Req. 145901 at UW Hires.

UW Counseling center

Psychologist (Seattle)
Provide brief individual and group counseling as well as outreach and programming for enrolled UW students.  This Psychologist will serve as an active member of our training staff, providing training and supervision for doctoral interns in our APA-accredited internship program. They will also provide consultation to UW faculty, staff, and students regarding student behavior, mental health, and academic challenges in order to enhance the campus climate for student success. The successful candidate will join a team of diverse and energetic individuals who are committed to enhancing and maintaining a thriving multicultural organization. 

This position involves daily intense contact with UW students in psychological or academic distress.  Assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and appropriate referrals - on and off campus - will be required. This position serves as counselor-on-duty for some portion of the week, requiring excellent crisis intervention skills. This position may provide clinical supervision for doctoral psychology interns in clinical or counseling psychology, requiring expertise in supervision models and a good understanding of risk management issues.

This person will provide consultation to a variety of departments and constituents on campus, including Career Center, Q Center, Residential Life, Disability Resources for Students, Hall Health, Academic Advisors, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity and UWPD.  The person will be part of an interdisciplinary team designed to enhance the mental health of UW students and create a healthier campus climate and to respond to mental health crises.

For details and application, search for Req. 144234 at UW Hires.


Jobs in the Community - Seattle & Washington

American Behavioral health Systems

Out-Patient CDP (2 positions each at Seattle Community Justice Center and Everett Community Justice Center)
The CDP will provide assessment, case management, counseling/group processes, and educational services to American Behavioral Health Systems Substance Use Disorder Treatment Service clients. Requirements include an Associate’s degree or higher in social work, psychology, or addiction studies and meet the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) requirements for a qualified Chemical Dependency Counselor (CDP) as per Chapter 18.205 RCW and WAC 246-811. Shifts are Mon-Fri. (days). Rate of pay: $22.00/hr. Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision, 401(k), paid sick and vacation.

For more information and to apply for these positions: http://adai.uw.edu/jobs/ABH_CDP_201706.pdf

Registered Nurse (Chehalis, WA) NOTE: A hiring bonus of $5000 is offered for this position.
The Registered Nurse (RN) will provide professional, compassionate, ethical and knowledgeable services to those clients needing detoxification services in our residential facility located in Chehalis, WA. The Registered Nurse's role will include but is not limited to: performing comprehensive health evaluations, risk assessments, planning, implementation and evaluation of client’s status and plan of care, consistent with the Washington State Nursing Act while maintaining the highest ethical standards and safety practices. The Registered Nurse will work closely with a team of healthcare professionals in the facility to ensure quality client care and maintain staff safety. The Registered Nurse will work directly under ABHS’ contracted physician and be aware of their limitations, seeking advice when necessary. Rate of pay: $50.00/hr.

Application deadline: July 13, 2017.
For more information and to apply: http://adai.uw.edu/jobs/ABHS_RN_201706.pdf

Center for Human Services

Behavioral Health Therapist (Shoreline)
The therapist is responsible for providing behavioral health assessments and brief therapy to patients referred by specific health care providers. The position will be located at one or more primary care practice. The Behavioral Health therapist reports to the Behavioral Health Integration Director. This is an exempt position. Bi-Lingual/Bi-Cultural candidates are encouraged to apply.

Full description and application instructions: http://www.chs-nw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/BH-Behavioral-Health-Therapist-2017-a-BH-03-1.pdf.

Mental Health Clinical Supervisor (Shoreline)
Support a dynamic team of therapists who provide quality mental health services in the clinics and at schools. Provides counseling and related services to children, youth, and families. Collaborate with mental health department to maintain a supportive and fun work environment.

Full description and application instructions: http://www.chs-nw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/MH-Clinical-Supervisor-2017-a-MH-30-Updated.pdf.

Community Youth Services

Substance Use Disorder Supervisor (Olympia)
The primary role will be to support therapists in obtaining dual-licensure through the WA DOH as a CDP and license in the Mental Health Field through. This position will also ensure program outcomes and compliance of SUD services through training, supervision, consultation, and tracking. This position works closely with the Clinical Supervisors and the Clinical Director to create a high-performing team that adapts services to best meet the needs of Transitional Age Youth utilizing Evidence-Based and Research-Informed Practices. The SUD Supervisor will receive specialized training in serving Transitional Age Youth and in the youth-driven/family guided program model.

You can also view the full listing on their website along with application instructions: http://www.communityyouthservices.org/employment.shtml.

Crisis Clinic

Crisis Services Administrative Assistant (Seattle)
The Crisis Services Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support for Crisis Services programs and works within a team that values hard work and cooperation. This includes completing reports for various Crisis Services programs, maintaining necessary Crisis Services files, forms and documentation needed. The Assistant assures that all paperwork is submitted to the Program Manager in a timely manner. The Assistant provides administrative support to the phone room as needed.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to Susan Barlet, Human Resources Manager sbarlet@crisisclinic.org. You can also view the full listing on their website: http://crisisclinic.org/get-involved/job-opportunities/.

Director Of Crisis Services (Seattle)
The Crisis Services Director is responsible for assuring that the Crisis Services Division provides high quality services, which are readily accessible and relevant to the communities we serve. As such, the Director is responsible for developing, monitoring and assuring adherence to operational policies, procedures and systems that produce outstanding results in keeping with defined outcomes. The Director is responsible for the clinical content of all training delivered by Crisis Clinic.

The Director is responsible for providing leadership in the development of new programs in response to identified community needs and Crisis Clinic’s strategic direction. The Director is able to respond to comments from the media about clinically related issues, and provide professional training and community educational presentations.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to Susan Barlet, Human Resources Manager sbarlet@crisisclinic.org. You can also view the full listing on their website: http://crisisclinic.org/get-involved/job-opportunities/.

Evergreen Recovery Centers

New Detox Unit – All Positions Available (Everett)
Immediately needed are the following;

  • RN's/LPN's - Full time/part time/on-call - All shifts (8hour days, eves and nights) Current active WA license required
  • Detox Unit Assistants - Full time/part time/on-call - 12 hour days/nights
  • Counselors- CDPT/CDP 
  • Cooks - Must make tasty meals and treats

Please visit our website at www.evergreenmanor.org for the complete job description for each available position and to download an employment application.

Please forward your cover letter, resume and job application to sjohnson@evergreenrc.org or dren@evergreenrc.org.

Evergreen Treatment Services

Click here to view all job openings at Evergreen Treatment Services.

Chemical Dependency Counselor (Seattle)
The counselor shall serve as the primary contact person with their assigned agency patients. It is through the counselor’s ongoing individual contracts with his/her patients that the major objectives of treatment are attained. S/He shall provide assigned patients with necessary program information and scheduling referrals to internal and external resources, individual counseling, and guidance in developing their treatment plans and goals. The nature of this position is fast-paced in high-stress situations and conditions.

LEAD Case Manager (Seattle)
The REACH Program of Evergreen Treatment Services works with homeless, addicted individuals to help them achieve stability and access important social resources such as housing, health care, entitlements and treatment. The LEAD project is a newly funded effort designed to help Seattle Police/King County Sherriff’s Department divert appropriately identified newly arrested individuals and/or social contacts. These clients will be provided goods and social services that are hoped to help cut down on their legal recidivism. This project is focused on the Belltown community of downtown Seattle and the Skyway neighborhood.

To view the complete job descriptions click on job link on employment page. Please be sure to include a resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and why you are interested in working at ETS.

Friends of Youth

Residential Youth Counselor (Kirkland)
Friends of Youth provides residential services and programming in a small group home setting for up to five unaccompanied refugee and immigrant youth at the New Roads Kingsgate program. We are currently hiring for a residential youth counselor to work in this program. Applicants who are bilingual in Spanish and English are preferred, although applicants with relevant experience that do not speak Spanish will also be considered.

Send cover letter and resume to Bailee Bryant at bailee@friendsofyouth.org. Detailed job descriptions and other job opportunities: Friends of Youth Employment page.

Kitsap Mental Health Services

Chemical Dependency Professional (Bremerton)
Function as a member of a multidisciplinary team while demonstrating the clinical skill and experience to assess, plan, develop, coordinate, and provide treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to program clients.  To provide integrated substance use disorder treatment for KMHS clients to include: assessment, collaborative treatment planning, individual, family, and group therapy and perform all duties necessary to comply with relevant Treatment Contracts and all other regulatory agencies.

Detailed job descriptions and other job opportunities: Kitsap Mental Health Employment page.

Lifeline connections

Substance Use Dependency Professional
The SUDP(T) provides counseling and case management services for clients. The SUDP(T) supports daily management of treatment activities, in providing these services. Assesses the psychosocial functioning of assigned clients and develops individualized treatment plans; apprises team members of specific treatment plans and intervention strategies so that therapeutic consistency can be maintained; and leads treatment groups.

Detailed job descriptions and other job opportunities: Lifeline Connections. Posting #17-027. To apply, please send resume to employment@lifelineconnections.org.

Muckleshoot Behavioral Health

Family & Youth Mental Health Therapist (Auburn)
Provides mental health services to individuals, families, couples, and groups at the Muckleshoot Behavioral Health Program. Services will be located at a mental health outpatient clinic and also include outreach to various community settings.

Detailed job descriptions and other job opportunities: https://careers-muckleshootgov.icims.com/jobs/3086/chemical-dependency-program-supervisor/job.

Navos Mental Health Solutions

Counselor - Youth Residentital (Burien)
Provide direct care and supervision for children and youth with emotional & behavioral challenges in a therapeutic residential treatment environment. Successful candidates will possess an understanding of trauma-informed as well as family-centered care and have experience working with children and youth with complex needs. This position works in a milieu setting using the engagement model of care.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references for consideration. Navos will contact those most qualified for the position. Submissions without a cover letter and resume will not be considered. Please send documents to jobs@navos.org.

Olalla Recovery Centers

Chemical Dependency Professional (Ollala)
Seeking licensed, experienced CDP for our residential program, Olalla Guest Lodge.  Candidate should have experience with case management, group facilitation, MI/CBT/DBT, assessments, insurance authorization & utilization reviews. Minimum of bachelor’s degree or extensive clinical experience.  MH background/credentialed a plus.

Please send resume and letter of intent to: mail@olalla.org. No phone calls.Olalla Recovery Centers is an EOE.  www.olalla.org.

A positive Alternative

Master’s Level Clinician (Seattle)
A Positive Alternative is currently seeking a Master’s Level clinician for its Men’s Program, with experience in the mental health field and an interest in Chemical Dependency. A CDP Certificate would be ideal but not necessary if the person is willing to actively pursue this credential. We offer our clients gender specific groups that are not based on a 12 step model of treatment but provide a client-centered experience using evidenced based strategies including Motivational Enhancement, Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and emotion regulation skills and tools. Training will consist of 15-20 hours a week to start and as much as 25-35 hours following training and orientation, with potential to step into Program Director position, in the future. Our clinicians are independent contractors and are paid an hourly wage (commensurate with experience). Most groups are held in the evening for 2-3 hours. Individual sessions can be offered flexibly throughout the day.

Please submit a resume and detailed cover letter expressing your interest in this specific opening to Andrea St. Clair, amsc13@comcast.net, (206) 547-1955

Serenity Lane

Substance Abuse Counselor (Vancouver, WA)
Seeking experienced addiction counselor with a CDP and preferably a min. of a CADC I, for a position providing outpatient treatment services in Vancouver WA.. The counseling position includes conducting individual, group & family counseling, case management and possibly assessments, in accordance with the WA State Administrative Code (WAC), as well as best practices. Must have flexibility in schedule to accommodate outpatient treatment setting. Familiarity with medical records software, Excel and Outlook a plus.

Please submit or mail your application, cover letter, references and resume to: Cindy Nordberg, Serenity Lane, 10920 SW Barbur Blvd., Portland, OR 97219.
Email: cnordberg@serenitylane.org

Detailed job descriptions and other job opportunities: https://www.serenitylane.org/employment.html

Sound Mental Health

Clinician – Adult Services (Seattle and Tukwila)
Three positions, all full time with full benefits. The clinician is responsible for providing diagnostic evaluation and treatment recommendations for adult clients applying for outpatient SUD treatment and for court referrals; will carry a caseload of SUD treatment clients as assigned; will conduct group therapy sessions as assigned.  The SUD Clinician is required to work with other departments and staff within SMH, as well as with outside agencies. The SUD Clinician receives supervision from the program manager. They will provide intake evaluations per ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine); individual and group therapy to adults, and families. Provide direct supervision of trainees, students, and volunteers as per assigned. Assist with updating the clinical manual.

Send letter of interest, resume and salary history to:  Sound Mental Health, Attn: John-Paul Sharp or Alexis Owens, Job #17-076 (Seattle) , #17-057 or #17-027, 1600 E. Olive St., Seattle, WA 98122, or fax to (206) 302-2210, or e-mail to JohnS@smh.org or AlexisO@smh.org.

Clinician / Case Manager – START (Sober Transitions And Recovery Today) (Tukwila)
Full time with full benefits.  The Clinician/Case Manager works with adult clients who have a mental illness/chemical dependency and assists them in becoming as independent as possible in the community.  The clients are involved in multi systems and through the provision of a full range of case management services and service coordination. Required:  A Master's or Bachelor's degree in related field, with a strong emphasis in working with adults, families and community agencies; plus a minimum of two years clinical experience and demonstrated skills in clinical assessment and treatment. Direct clinical experience with minority and low‑income individuals and families necessary. Must be able to obtain credential from WA Dept. of Health upon hire. Must have WA state driver’s license and insurable driving record as well as reliable transportation.

Send letter of interest, resume and salary history to:  Sound Mental Health, Attn: Jaquelyn Harmon, Job #17-034, 1600 E. Olive St., Seattle, WA 98122, or fax to (206) 302-2210, or e-mail to JaquelynH@smh.org.

Detailed job descriptions and other job opportunities: Sound Mental Health.

Washington State Division of Behavioral Health & Recovery / DSHS

DSHS Opioid STR Grant Prevention Manager
The Behavioral Health Administration within DSHS is seeking an Opioid Grant Prevention Manager, to address Washington's opioid crisis by executing prevention elements of the Washington State Interagency Opioid working plan, comprised of four goals; Prevention, Treatment/Recovery Support, Opioid Overdose and Data.
If your knowledge of expertise includes cross-cultural substance abuse prevention service delivery, proven skills in budgeting, project management, strategic planning, and community organization and development, then please consider joining us as we transform lives. In this role, you're responsible for statewide implementation of Federal State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis (STR) Grant prevention components including budget, dissemination and promotion of the opioid misuse/abuse prevention information, leading state prescription misuse prevention workgroup, contract monitoring, management and compliance with contracts; comprehensive knowledge of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) prevention related initiatives.

For questions, contact Tracie.Kidd@dshs.wa.gov. Download full description and application instructions

DSHS Opioid STR Project Director (Location: Lacey, WA)
The Opioid STR Project Director will lead the Washington State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis Project, to help support prevention, intervention, treatment and recovering support services in response to the state's opioid crisis. This newly created position has 18 separate initiatives and would be perfect for someone ready for a role with high visibility and with the leadership skills needed to implement the Opioid STR Project. If you have questions about this opportunity, please contact Joshua Shawhan by e-mail at Joshua.Shawhan@dshs.wa.gov

For details and application instructions, see Job # 2017-04650: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1746880-0/dshs-opioid-str-project-director

Western Psychological & Counseling Services

Adult Intensive Outpatient Counselor (Vancouver, WA)
Western Psychological and Counseling Services is seeking an Adult Intensive Outpatient counselor for the Vancouver, WA location. Requirements include: CDP in the State of Washington; BA or BS in related field; 2 years experience providing group facilitation, assessments structured by DSM-V and ASAMppc3r, caseload management, and discharge planning. Additional consideration for: MA, MS, or MSW in related field; Bi-lingual/Bi-cultural. This position offers a $2500.00 sign on bonus for qualified individuals

To apply: send resume and cover letter to Roberta Morgan LPC, CADC III, CDP (Substance Use Disorder Program Director), robertam@westernpsychservices.com


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