Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor – Western Wake Treatment Center

Western Wake Treatment Center is in need of a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.

Persons hired will conduct individual and group counseling to meet treatment plan goals and objectives. Produce a clear and concise documentation in all areas including, but not limited to : Admit note, assessment, daily charting, weekly clinical review, staffing notes, treatment plan updates, biopsychosocial, transition and discharge planning, documentation of family sessions as needed and all summaries. Responsible for appropriate referral to each patient in need, open clear and ethical communication with referral sources; follow up of each of his/her cases after discharge. Motivates patients for changes, effectively perform crisis interventions, screening, intake, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, counseling (group and individual, and family). Appropriately and professionally provides case management, patient education and keep clear, ethical, and confidential reports and record keeping. Interacts and relates with peers and other professionals to assure comprehensive and quality care for the patients. Will participate in Crisis Counselor after hours phone line rotation.

Contact Heather : [email protected]

Posted on: February 8, 2021

Substance Use Disorder Counselors wanted: LCAS, CADC. Part time and full time. Fully licensed LCAS or CADC certified only

Raleigh and Cary, NC

First Step Services, LLC


Description of Position:  Provide assessments, outpatient and IOP group counselor. Computer proficiency required. Electronic Health Record experience a plus. Timely, quality documentation and functioning well in a team atmosphere a must. Services are currently provided primarily by telehealth during the pandemic. Some in-office days required. In person services at our facilities will resume when it is determined to be safe.

Minimum Qualifications / Requirements:  Fully licensed or certified: Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialists or Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. LCSW, LCMHC a plus. Must be able to pass UDS and background check.

Salary ranges from $22,000.00 to $58,000.00 (full and part time available) based on experience, credentials and education level. Employee Benefits (Full Time only): Paid vacation, holidays, sick leave, health insurance support, 401K.

Counselor Responsibilities:

Complete assessments, 1:1 and group counseling.

Other duties as Employer may assign from time to time.

Supervisor credentials a plus.


Contact: Kim Morris, MBA at [email protected]

Posted on: January 29, 2021





Provide initial assessments, diagnoses, evaluation, and treatment services for adult patients. May provide consultations, screenings and referrals for adolescents and children as needed.  May provide case management services as needed for adults or children.  May assist in planning, developing, implementing health promotion and disease prevention programs and therapeutic services for individuals, groups and families.


A thorough knowledge of psychosocial, psychological, behavioral and psychiatric disorders, including substance abuse.   Ability to communicate clearly in writing and verbally in a professional manner and style, and the ability to communicate effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and educational levels.  Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with patients, staff, community resources and the general public.


A Master’s Degree in Social Work or related human services is required.  Licensed as a clinical addictions specialist as required by the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board.

Previous Experience

A minimum three (3) years of experience post Masters in human services field as a clinical addictions specialist in a health or mental health setting.




Posted on: January 29, 2021

Counselor (LCAS/CADC) – Winston-Salem

Insight Human Services, Inc. is seeking a full-time licensed clinician (LCAS-A, LCAS, CCS) and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) to provide outpatient substance abuse treatment services for adults. Based on licensure duties include group and individual counseling, SAIOP, SACOT, comprehensive clinical assessments, developing Person Centered Plans (PCPs), and crisis and case management services. Winston-Salem office.

Respond with resume to: [email protected]


Posted on: January 28, 2021

Clinical Director – Winston-Salem

Insight Human Services is seeking a Clinical Director for the Winston Salem office. The position reports to the Chief Clinical Officer to ensure the provision of quality substance use disorder and mental health services are provided. Duties include clinical supervision, program development and management, staff training, staff recruitment, oversite for effective delivery of clinical services.

Requirements:  LCAS with a master’s in a human service-related field, CCS. Experience in a behavioral healthcare agency setting and familiar with Medicaid and State funded behavioral health services preferred.

Respond with resume to: [email protected]


Posted on: January 28, 2021

MFLC Counselors Needed

Magellan has been proudly supporting the Military Community and Family  Policy’s Military and Family Life Program (MFLC) since 2012. Magellan  brings to the MFLC program its more than 35 year history of behavioral  health, employee assistance programs, and non-medical counseling  expertise. With one of the nation’s largest networks of independently  licensed behavioral health professionals, our MFLC counselors provide  confidential, non-medical, face-to-face counseling on military installations  throughout the U.S. and overseas.

Magellan Federal has a long history of giving back to those who have  bravely fought for our country, ensuring that their families are provided  with the highest level of care, compassion, and support. We are proud  to bring our expertise and deep-rooted passion to the MFLC program—a  program that effectively expands access to counseling services and  reduces the barriers and stigma often associated with seeking support for  our military service members and their families.

Please use the link below for additional information and instructions on applying:

Magellan Job Posting

Posted on: January 28, 2021

LCAS/ LMHC Co-Occurring Disorder Specialist – Wake County

Easterseals UCP is seeking a dually licensed LCAS/ LCMH therapist to join our ACT team in Wake county (Raleigh).

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a full spectrum, long-term, community-based treatment model for adults with severe and persistent mental health needs that have not been adequately treated by more traditional treatment services.

Team members help the person address every aspect of their life, whether it be medication, therapy, social support, employment or housing.

Min Qualifications: Master’s Degree, Dual licensure LMHC/ LCAS. Must be able to pass background check prior to hire and throughout employment.

Salary ranges from 49,000-52,000 based on experience. Paid Vacation, Healthcare benefits, 403 (b) retirement savings plan available.

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We are looking to grow our teams with talented people and achieve great things together!

Posted on: January 27, 2021

LCAS / LCASA Substance Abuse Counselor – Duplin County


Substance Abuse Counselor

Duplin County, NC

Changing Paths of NC 2

Summary Description of Position:  The primary role of the counselor will be to intake and analyze new clients, facilitate groups, documentation of clients, work with individual clients in developing goals and writing treatment plan and discharge plan.

Minimum Qualifications / Requirements:  Master’s Degree in Counseling. Licensure certificate as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor or licensure as a Professional Counselor. Must be able to pass a drug screening and background check prior to hire and throughout employment.

Salary ranges from $20,000.00 to $55,000.00 (full and part time available) with degree and experience. 1-week paid vacation after 6 months, 401K is also available. Individuals in recovery from chemical dependency, a minimum of 2 (two) year sobriety is recommended.

Here at Changing Paths of NC 2, you’re a name not a number Come join our family owned and operated facility.

Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Supervise CSAC and Peer support counselors
  • Interview clients, referral resources, and significant others to obtain needed information to ensure treatment planning, and for discharge planning.
  • Complete intake and assessments to include history, basic personality, and to identify problem areas of all assigned clients.
  • Other duties as Employer may assign from time to time.

Certificates, Licenses, Registration:

Valid driver’s license in accordance with NC DOT.

Maintain Counseling licensure.

Maintain American Red Cross CPR / 1st Aid certification and Seizure Management

Maintain Least Restrictive Interventions

Please Respond with resume to: [email protected]

910-338-1810 or 1-800-952-1810

Posted on: January 22, 2021

Clinical Counselor/Addictions Specialist – High Point University

  • The Clinical Counselor/Addictions Specialist reports to the Executive Director of Counseling Services and works with the clinical team to provide mental health services to students, offer prevention education and assessment for substance related concerns, and support the overall mission of the University.
  • Master’s degree in Counseling or Social Work required.
  • North Carolina Board Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, LCSW, LMFT required.
  • License Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS) strongly preferred.
  • Experience working in university counseling center preferred.
  • Ability to take 24 hour/day on-call crisis/emergency staff rotation.
  • Applicants must apply online at High Point University career portal.

Posted on: November 11, 2020

Part-time Residential Technicians

Path of Hope is looking for part-time residential technicians to work weekends and nights.  Technicians may be asked to work at our Lexington or Asheboro facilities depending on need and availability.  Below is a job description.  If you feel this fits your goals, please contact Lynn Kennedy or Lamont Joe at 336-248-8914.


To meet the needs of people suffering from the disease of alcoholism and other drug addictions by providing a safe environment in which they can begin the recovery process.


The purpose is to provide supervision to the residents of our men’s and/or women’s facility during day, evening, and/or weekend hours. This includes monitoring their daily activities, providing supervision during attendance at 12 Step meetings, and consulting with the House Manager and/or the on-call clinician regarding any daily issues that arise: Other duties may be assigned as necessary for the smooth operation of the program.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of substance abuse addiction process, alcohol and drug withdrawal, knowledge of 12 Step programs, and other community resources are required. A minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent, valid driver’s license and ability to drive agency vehicles are required.

Posted on: November 11, 2020