ReVIDA Recovery Centers, LLC Duffield, VA 24244, USA
Sep 14, 2019Full time
The Substance Abuse Counselor will provide cognitive, behavioral, and other substance use disorder-focused therapies, reflecting a variety of treatment approaches, to the member on an individual, group, or family basis; for patients suffering from substance use disorder and related issues. They are responsible for the creation of an Individual Service Plan and a Multidisciplinary Plan of Care for each patient in collaboration with the physician and Care Coordinator. The Substance Abuse Counselor participates in Multidisciplinary Treatment Team meetings to develop a Care Plan that addresses the Member's ongoing needs.Essential Functions include:Collaboratively completes behavioral health portion of an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) with each Patient upon admission into the program; placing in Medical Record no later than 7 days after admission, and updates Individualized Service Plan (ISP) every 90 days.Completes Addiction Severity Index (ASI) upon admission into program.Completes behavioral health portion of Interdisciplinary Plan of Care in collaboration with the patient, to be reviewed at least every 30 days and will be modified as the needs and progress of the patient changes.Participates in Multidisciplinary Treatment Team meetings in collaboration with Physician and Care Coordinator using the Interdisciplinary Plan of Care, at least once every 30 calendar days for each patient.Assesses Patient's needs, treatment goals, and objectives for each session.Provides Crisis Intervention Service as needed.Develops Individualized Discharge Plan and Aftercare Plan for each Patient.Ensures documentation of all Patient services, treatment, and incidents in a timely, clear, and concise manner while adhering to documentation standards.Provides weekly counseling for each patient for a minimum of 3 months, determining stability before decreasing the frequency of visits.Completes and maintains documentation in the medical record pursuant to state and federal regulations, best practice guidelines, and third-party payor requirements.Conducts substance abuse counseling or psychoeducation groups with a focus on meeting the needs of the group, for no more than 10 patients in one group setting when possible.Completes and files all documentation dailyQualifying individuals must-have one of the following as set forth by the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS):Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner (LSATP)Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)Hold a Masters Degree in Mental Health CounselingBenefits include options for Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance as well as paid time off and paid holidays.Please visit our web page at Revidarecovery.com to learn more about us.