Part-time Substance Use Disorder Counselor

Triad Behavioral Resources and New Vision Therapy, PLLC specialize in substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health outpatient treatment.  Our treatment philosophy focuses on providing individualized paths for recovery. Our dedicated staff compassionately and respectfully supports those struggling with substance use disorder and seeks to enrich each of our patient’s well-being as they pursue their goals.

With significant involvement in community advocacy, Triad Behavioral Resources and New Vision Therapy, PLLC are engaged with numerous other programs, agencies, and services to address substance use disorder in our community.

We are looking for energetic and passionate therapists dedicated to working with those suffering from substance use disorder to join our team in our Greensboro and Reidsville locations.

Qualified candidates must be at least an LCSW-A or LCAS-A with experience in group therapy and individual therapy, effective and efficient communication skills, eagerness to be an involved team player, and interest in community involvement and engagement.

Interested candidates should email their resume to Mat Sandifer, Director of Clinical Services at [email protected]

Posted on: May 12, 2019

IOP (Intensive Out Patient) COUNSELOR I

POSITION:          IOP (Intensive Out Patient) COUNSELOR I

 STATUS:              Full Time 


1Pm to 10Pm

Wilmington Treatment Center is seeking a certified substance abuse counselor to join the Wilmington, NC team.  This position affords the opportunity to make an impact on not only our patients but also our community.  We are looking for an individual who is passionate about the work they do, has clinical expertise and focuses on exceeding the expectations of those we serve.  Wilmington Treatment Center opened its doors 35 years ago.  We have grown to be able to offer a full continuum of care including Detox, Rehabilitation, PHP and IOP.  If you are interested in being part of an ever growing hospital, we are interested in hearing from you.


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in counseling or related field.
  • Experience in substance abuse setting, including individual, group, and family interventions
  • CSAC, CCAS, or CCDC certification.
  • Ability to obtain and interpret information relating to chemical dependency. Knowledge of the natural history of chemical dependency.  Understanding of the biological and sociocultural dimensions influencing chemical dependency.  General understanding of the range of treatment required by the chemical dependent patient.  Knowledge and appropriate utilization of available treatment resources.
  • Ability to work with male/female, adult (18-over) substance abuse/dually diagnosed/opiate dependent population. Must be able to work with culturally diverse populations.

 Essential Job Functions and Job Duties:

  • Conducts psychosocial and diagnostic interviews with assigned patients
  • Provides individual, group, and family therapy for assigned patients
  • Appropriately documents clinical information into the EMR
  • Documents all aftercare service provided
  • Partners with referents to provide progress updates, develop treatment plans as well as create aftercare plans


Comprehensive package including:  Medical, Dental, Vision, Long and Short Term Disability, Life & AD&D (company paid), PTO, Paid Holidays, Company contributed 401K, employee discount program, onsite fitness center.

Posted on: May 12, 2019

Multiple Opportunities at The Carter Clinic

The Carter Clinic has multiple exciting opportunities for our SAIOP/SACOT clinic in Elizabethtown, NC.  Currently seeking substance abuse providers for the following positions:

  • Substance Abuse Counselor I
  • Qualified Substance Abuse Professional
  • Clinical Supervisor

    Applicants must hold substance abuse license, provisional license, certificate, registration or permit.   in a recognized substance abuse/mental health discipline and be in good standing with relevant licensing board. Individual with dual license encouraged to apply.
    Interested and qualified candidates should forward resume and cover letter as an attachment to [email protected]

Posted on: April 26, 2019

Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist


Are You Currently Making a Difference?

If not you should apply to become a member of our team.  At FHR we truly believe that our employees are our most valuable asset and are focused on employee engagement in Making a Difference in the lives of those we provide services to and FHR.

FHR is currently seeking a full-time days addictions clinician to work in our Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program, which offers a  12-week individual and group-focused non-residential program for adults providing intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment and secondary mental health treatment.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, Education – Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, Social Work, or closely related discipline. Seeking a dually licensed clinician, LCAS with other mental health discipline.  The ideal candidate will familiar with co-occurring disorders and have prior experience providing group therapy, and possess  broad evidenced based skill set along with strong documentation skills.  History working with the criminal justice system or people with criminal backgrounds is a plus.

Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR) fosters hope and recovery.  We provide behavioral health services to improve the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness and addictions.  FHR serves over 7,000 individuals through a person-centered approach across 7 states – Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia.  The cornerstone of our success is FHR’s deep and longstanding commitment to the principals of recovery and the inclusion of peers in the recovery process.

FHR has developed, trains and utilizes the PRISMMODEL approach which is: Person-centered, Respectful, Individualized, Strength-based and Mission-driven.

Visit our website to learn more about our programs, job opportunities, and view a video about what it’s like to be a part of the FHR team:

FHR is an equal opportunity employer valuing diversity in the workplace.

Forward resume to [email protected]

Posted on: April 11, 2019


Triangle Family Services has an exceptional opportunity for a therapist to join our Individual and
Family Counseling Division. Full-time and part-time scheduling options are available, and
professional training and development opportunities are provided and supported.

• Master’s Degree in Social Work or an allied mental health field and licensed to
practice in North Carolina (LCSW and LCAS preferred). Associate licensed
candidates also considered.
• Thorough knowledge of mental health/illness, diagnosis using current DSM, and
individual and group modalities.
• Thorough knowledge of substances, addiction and recovery as well as
appropriate screening tools and interventions.
• Thorough knowledge of the code of ethics of professional degree and licensing
board, as well as the cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of persons
• Excellent writing skills.
• Experience working with one or more of the following preferred: families
impacted by trauma, in particular child sexual abuse; conducting substance
abuse assessments and first line treatment for adults; EBTs such as Trauma
Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy, or
Cognitive Processing Therapy.
• Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
Responsibilities (main, but not limited to):
• Maintain client caseload of ~22 direct billable hours (prorated if PT) per week,
composed of individual and family counseling sessions and mental health and
substance abuse assessments for clients accessing other agency services.
• Provide diagnostic and psychotherapeutic services including diagnostic
evaluation, treatment planning, individual and family therapy, case management
and collateral contacts as appropriate.
• Participate in team rotation for coverage of group services, such as parent
support group and co-parenting class.
• Coordinate services and client care with full spectrum of service providers and
stakeholders in client’s case as necessary and indicated, to include participation
in collaborative meetings.
• Maintain written/electronic documentation of all services provided in accordance
with agency standards and procedures.

Please submit cover letter including salary requirements along with resume and put job
title in the Subject Line to [email protected]

Triangle Family Services provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all
employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, disability or genetics.

Posted on: March 22, 2019

Substance Use Counselor

Type: Full Time
Location: Durham, NC

Want to join a growing, compassionate team of people who share a vision for a brighter future? El Futuro is the leading provider of behavioral health treatment to Latino families in North Carolina. Our mission is to nurture stronger familias to live out their dreams.

The Substance Use Counselor will join our mission at a critical time of growth, as we continue to develop our substance use treatment program to help more individuals. In this role you will work with not only members of our El Futuro team but also partner organizations and members of the community we serve.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide outpatient substance use treatment services including assessments and counseling;
  • Prefer to have someone join our team who has dual-diagnosis training and treatment
  • Provide DWI assessment and treatment;
  • Offer services to adolescents and adults with a family-centered emphasis to promote recovery;
  • Work in multiple sites and various modes of counseling such as satellite clinics, school-based services and/or videos-health counseling;
  • Offer guidance and support with program development;
  • Represent El Futuro to the community through various interactions to help grow awareness of services and generate referrals;
  • Actively participate as a member of the clinical team via participation in group supervision and consultation with treatment teams;
  • Participate as an El Futuro team member in development work with annual fundraising luncheon and associated activities like the annual friends and family campaign;
  • Join a growing, supportive, diverse team that is mission-focused and laughs often.

Qualifications & Skills Required

  • Excellent spoken Spanish required, must be able to read and communicate with clients in written Spanish, must be able to document clinical encounters in English
  • Valid license to treat substance use disorders in the state of North Carolina required (LCAS preferred, CSAC may also apply)
  • Dual-diagnosis training in mental health preferred, with LCSW, LPC, LCAS, LMFT, LPA or Ph.D. in psychology and be fully licensed to practice in the state of North Carolina
  • At least 2 years of work experience as substance use counselor
  • At least 2 years of experience providing DWI assessment, DWI Group Treatment, and ADETS
  • Strong communication skills and comfort interacting with a diverse array of people

 To respond to this job posting, please submit a cover letter, resume and three references with attention to Luke Smith, MD, Executive Director at [email protected]

Applications accepted until filled


Posted on: March 19, 2019

PROGRAM DIRECTOR (QP) – Women’s Residential Facility, Pembroke, NC


The Program Director of Robeson Health Care Corporation’s Professional Counseling Services provides leadership and direction in the development, initiation, and ongoing direction of client care.  This position will be responsible for providing program implementation and clinical supervision to all employees at the facility.  This position requires knowledge and skill in the areas of administrative management and clinical supervision.  The administrative and management skills include but are not limited to: budgeting, employee & program evaluation, and overall operations of Professional Counseling Services (PCS).  Clinical knowledge and skills are needed to supervise the following areas: SACOT, SAIOP, Diagnostic Assessment, program development, staff, medical records and other relevant issues.  Program Director (or another LCAS or CCS) must be on site a minimum of 90% of the hours SACOT operates and a minimum of 50% of the hours SAIOP operates.


1.  Administrative/Management Duties:

  1. Responsible for supervision and development of the behavioral health care program.
  2. Work with clinical and administrative staff in designing remedies for service gaps.
  3. Supervise all non-clinical staff and assure appropriate coverage of facility.
  4. Meet regularly and supervise staff to assure coordination of activities.
  5. Prepare periodic reports for the Clinical Director and Chief Behavioral Health Officer regarding the progress in remedying service gaps and the overall operation of the program.
  6. Maintain open lines of communication with the LME, department of social services, and other involved agencies on issues related to all aspects of the program.
  7. Maintain open lines of communication with North Carolina Substance Abuse Division and other state agencies on issues related to all aspects of the program.
  8. Coordinate with Clinical Director and Chief Behavioral Health Officer to gather required data for performance improvement reporting.
  9. Provide technical support for organizational planning and strategic assessments.
  10. Assure that all staff receives the mandatory training required by Services Definitions and facility licensing requirements.
  11. Prepare program/facility for audits and inspections including: Medicaid, Substance Abuse Block Grant, Endorsement, Joint Commission and others as appropriate.

2.  Clinical Duties:

  1. Supervise all clinical staff in the areas of 12 Core Functions and other relevant clinical areas.
  2. Oversee screenings and referrals and perform admissions assessments as needed for the RHCC outpatient treatment program.
  3. Oversee all treatment which includes but is not limited to SACOT, SAIOP, Community Support, Diagnostic Assessment, development/use of Person Centered Plans, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, family therapy, crisis intervention, and case management.
  4. Provide direct clinical services as needed.
  5. Supervise and review medical record documentation.
  6. Supervise program clinical productivity (utilization).
  7. Assure that all staff are appropriately privileged and competent to provide designated services.
  8. Perform other necessary duties as required by RHCC to meet the goals of providing primary health care services and behavioral health care services.


1.      Survey the facility for any safety hazards daily.

2.      Report safety hazards to the Director of Facility Services.

3.      Conduct emergency drills (Fire and Tornado) monthly.

4.      Complete facility safety inspection checklist and submit to the Director of Facility Services monthly.


The Program Director reports to and is evaluated by the Clinical Director.


The evaluation of work performance will be ongoing and will be carried out by the Clinical Director. The evaluation will include the specific duties and responsibilities of this position description plus employee attitude and general working behavior.


  1. A master’s degree in a human service related field or a bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field and 5 years substance abuse counseling experience.
  2. Minimum of 3 years’ experience in clinical supervision.
  3. Minimum of 3 years’ experience in administrative and management in a substance abuse program.
  4. Licensed Addiction Specialist (LCAS) is required
  5. Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) or Must obtain CCS with 18 months of employment
  6. Knowledge of budgets/diverse cost centers and funding sources.
  7. Excellent abilities in communication skills (speaking/writing).
  8. Experience in both long- and short-term strategic planning.
  9. Ability to provide day-to-day leadership and technical assistance to clinical management and other corporate professionals.
  10. Ability to work, plan, and perform duties with minimum supervision.
  11. Skilled as a trainer, manager, clinician, and supervisor in both programmatic and clinical service delivery.
  12. Maintain all professional certifications, licenses and trainings in order to provide direct consumer services as required by Core Rules and Service Definitions.

Interested applicants submit resume to:          [email protected]


Posted on: March 19, 2019

LCAS with LCSW or LPC – R728

Monarch, a behavioral health services provider is recruiting in Charlotte, NC for a Part Time 20 hours per week, dual licensed behavioral health therapist. Outpatient individual & group therapy, assessments, documentation.  Requires full, dual MH/SU licensure in NC.

Please Apply Online at for job posting R728.


Posted on: March 14, 2019

Substance Use Disorder LCSW/LCAS

Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare is thrilled to announce the launch of its new outpatient substance use disorder [SUD] program in Raleigh.  Dewayne Roy Book,  MD, addictions specialist/psychiatrist is medical director.  We are seeking a stellar candidate who is an experienced licensed clinical social worker [LCSW] and licensed clinical addictions specialist [LCAS] to assist with program development, psychosocial and addiction assessment, and group therapy.

We are seeking a full-time candidate based in Raleigh, NC. This position offers competitive salary, plus benefits and growth opportunity for a motivated and dedicated clinician.  Benefits include health insurance coverage, with vision, dental, long term and short-term disability, and life insurance, plus paid time off, and a stipend for training and re-certification.  The job will include evening and day time therapy groups, and assessments. Candidate must be able to travel to different clinic sites in Wake County as needed.

We are accepting applications from clinicians who are fully and dually licensed (LCSW/LCAS) in North Carolina at the Masters level with several years demonstrated clinical addiction treatment experience.  Knowledge of medicated assisted treatment protocol and 12 Step models of recovery is expected.

We are not accepting applications from provisionally licensed clinicians, LPCs, LMFTs, or LPAs at this time due to billing restrictions.

Posted on: March 14, 2019



The PCS Clinical Social Worker is a staff member who is a direct service provider.  The PCS Clinical Social Worker is competent with providing direct care to adults or children who have issues with behavioral health and experience with parenting issues, communication deficits and relationship issues.  The PCS Clinical Social Worker will spend the majority of their time in the provision of direct care.  This direct care shall primarily be in the form of psychotherapy or counseling, assessments, screening, and case management in group, family and individual treatment.  The PCS Clinical Social Worker may advocate for children at school if they have problems in the educational setting or advocate within the legal system if criminal justice issues are identified.  The PCS Clinical Social Worker may consult with parents, teachers, and counselors to identify underlying causes of problems and develop plans for treatment.


  1. Provide direct consumer services in the form of family or child therapy
  2. Coordinate and oversee the following activities:  assessment, development and ongoing revisions to PCP; monitoring/implementation of PCP.
  3. Coordinate and oversee initial and ongoing consumer activities.
  4. Work in collaboration with other members of the treatment team and community agencies in order to coordinate and provide integrated treatment services to the consumers.
  5. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of medical records standards, regulations and diagnostic instruments.  Comply with all state, federal, division, and agency requirements as related to medical records and documentation.
  6. Provide comprehensive assessment of the consumer’s and family needs and determine in conjunction with the treatment team, an appropriate PCP.
  7. Develop discharge/aftercare planning with consumers.
  8. Offer support services that involve the process of linking and coordinating components of the service system to ensure that the consumer’s family therapy needs are met.
  9. Be credentialed for Mental Health screening, assessment and treatment.
  10. Be available to collaborate with providers concerning Mental Health issues and treatment.
  11. Provide Mental Health services.
  12. Be available to serve on treatment team for PCS staff.
  13. Plan for need/problem resolution through the identification of an appropriate service network inclusive of all available resources.
  14. Arrange for and conduct groups in which parents can create and maintain social networks that will sustain and support them during trying times.
  15. Coordinate appropriate referrals to parents in need of ancillary services.
  16. Serve as a liaison between parents and other state and local agencies that provide parent education/child development/prevention services.
  17. Function as an advocate for the consumer.
  18. Execute other duties as assigned.


  1. Therapeutic Behavioral Management (Nonviolent Crisis Intervention –NCI)
  2. Blood-borne Pathogens
  3. CPR
  4. First Aid Certification
  5. Medication Administration
  6. Client Rights
  7. Crisis Management
  8. Multi-cultural and gender specific issues
  9. Issues of Substance abuse and the process of recovery
  10. HIV/AIDS
  11. Incident Reporting
  12. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  13. Drug Screening
  14. Confidentiality
  15. Developmentally appropriate child behavior management
  16. Symptoms of secondary complications to substance abuse or drug addiction
  17. Signs and symptoms of pre-term labor
  18. Signs and symptoms of post-partum complications
  19. Therapeutic Parenting Skills
  20. Dynamics and needs of emotionally disturbed and substance abusing individuals and their children
  21. Pregnancy, delivery, and well child care
  22. Infant feeding, including breast feeding

** Additional training may be required per facility licensing requirements.


 A Master’s degree in social work.

  1. Current Licensed Clinical Social Worker credential (LCSW) and current Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist credential (LCAS).
  2. An understanding of substance abuse and chemical dependency diagnosis as defined in the DSM-IV.
  3. Full understanding of addictions and knowledge of the impact of addiction on women, families and minorities.  Some knowledge of the 12-step model of recovery and other therapeutic approaches.
  4. Proficient in the area of  mental health diagnosis and counseling.
  5. Skills in individual, family and group counseling.

SUBMIT RESUME TO:                  [email protected]

Posted on: February 27, 2019