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Clinicians provide high quality community-based care, encouraging the independence, competency, decision-making, and empowerment of individuals. Clinicians monitor their overall health and well-being in their daily living activities and assist with all aspects of medication treatment and administration. Clinicians provide individuals and their families with clinical support regarding behavioral health and substance use issues and help them maintain and enhance their social support network with family and in the community, frequently providing outreach services.
BHN/OTP is a Medication Assisted Treatment Program to assist individuals who are opiate addicted and are experiencing the dysfunctional effects of its use to gain and maintain the skills needed to achieve an opiate-free lifestyle and to improve functioning. GOTP uses medication protocols approved by the Medical Director to ensure patients are safely detoxified from these substances. These protocols are evidenced based, and are implemented through assessment and re-assessment practices throughout the process.
Clinicians at Behavioral Health Network have the following qualities:
- Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Mental Health Counseling (required).
- Maintain current licensure and certifications (required).
- At least six months of experience in human services (preferred).
- Valid driver's license and reliable car available for working hours (required).
- Commitment to consumer empowerment, growth, human rights, and community integration (required).
- Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills (required).
- Working knowledge of DPH regulations (required).
- Familiarity with internet, word processing and email systems (required).