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Join our team of competent and compassionate professionals as a Bilingual OTP Clinician in the Opioid Treatment Program (OTP/MAT) at Behavioral Health Network!
Your experience, knowledge and great skills will support the Opioid Treatment Program (OTP/MAT) with the following:
- Providing high quality community-based care.
- Encouraging the independence, competency, decision-making, and empowerment of individuals served.
- Monitoring individuals’ health and well-being in their daily living activities.
- Assisting with all aspects of medication treatment and administration.
- Completing comprehensive intake evaluations with clinical formulations and recommendations based on sound clinical theories and principals.
- Providing individuals and their families with clinical support regarding behavioral health and substance use issues through individual, family, couples, and group treatment.
- Helping individuals maintain and enhance social support networks with family and in the community by providing frequent outreach services.
Reasons to work with BHN:
- Work with an agency who does amazing things for others
- You will be able to change a person’s life
- You will expand your experience in various areas of mental and behavioral health
- You will have the opportunity to grow within the agency
- You will not be bored with our fast-paced environment
- You will have excellent benefits package & time off benefits available
This position includes a sign-on bonus up to $5000.
What are we looking for in a Bilingual OTP Clinician?
- Master’s Degree in a related field (required).
- Licensed (LMHC, LICSW, LADC I, or LADC II) or actively working towards licensure (required).
- At least two years related experience in mental health and substance abuse settings (required).
- At least one year of substance abuse experience (required).
- Bilingual in Spanish & English (required).
- Broad knowledge of substance use disorders and treatment techniques.
- Willingness and ability to treat challenging and diverse client populations.
- Cultural competence in dealing with clients with a variety of different cultural backgrounds.
- Working knowledge of community resources and how to help clients access them.