Southeastern New Hampshire Services
Southeastern NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services Mission: To provide the highest possible quality addiction and recovery support services. Our focus is to promote wellness and quality of life, and helping anyone who has been adversely impacted by substance use disorders and their consequences.
The IDCMP Licensed Coordinator is responsible for collecting all information pertaining to the assessment and aftercare requirements for individuals who meet specific criteria in accordance with the rules as set by the State of New Hampshire – Division of Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, Division of Motor Vehicles, and the Department of Health and Human Services.
- Responsible for collection of information and data input into WITS for ASI (Addiction Severity Index) for each eligible client.
- Review and evaluate documentation, prepare service plan with client, provide referral information.
- Represent SENHS at all “red flag” hearings.
- Act as a liaison between BDAS, courts, and DMV.
- Provide services with clients using Evidence-Based Practices.
- Ability to create curriculum for use in group sessions.
- Work closely with Intake Coordinator on all billing information and payments for patients.
- Collaborate with other agencies to ensure access to resources for patients.
- Retain working relationships with organizations, service providers, and other agencies.
- Maintain a high level of professional and ethical standard.
- Maintain compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
- Reports to Clinical Director and/or CEO with program development, fiscal budgetary status, and proposed operational changes as required.
- Any other duties as assigned.
Minimum Position Requirements:
- Licensure as an Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADC) required.
- Independent worker and self-starter.Minimum of three years of experience working with alcohol and/or drug addicted individuals and/or in the field of substance abuse counseling with a minimum of three years of experience in OP treatment.
- Experience with diverse client population such as cultural and/or religious minorities, co-occurring disorders and indigent socio-economically disadvantaged patients.
- Working knowledge of the laws governing this program (driving under the influence) as set by the State of NH and the NH Court System.
- Significant experience and familiarity with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) in conjunction with treatment programs and with 12-step philosophy as well as other non-traditional self-help treatment programs.
- Knowledge of 12 core functions.
- Knowledge of Evidence Based Practices (EBP), Addiction Severity Index (ASI), etc.
- Ability to analyze and solve problems effectively and timely.
- Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully; excellent interpersonal skills.
- Excellent written, verbal, and computer skills.
- Ability to multi-task efficiently.
- Demonstrated proficiency in excellent customer service.
- Ability to provide input on the creation of new systems and efficiencies.
- Able to maintain confidential information.
- If in recovery, provide evidence of personal stability as well as adhering to all SENHS policies as it relates to recovery.
- Confidentiality a must and knowledge of CFR 42 Part II.
- Full time
- Requires NH LADC certification
- Position based in Dover, NH