The Recovery Connector is responsible for several key functions that support and impact the clinical program and client experience. Most importantly, the Recovery Connector promotes connection and inspires hope. They offer a level of acceptance, understanding, and validation by sharing their own lived experience and practical guidance. Recovery Connectors inspire clients to develop their own goals, create strategies, and take concrete steps toward building fulfilling and self-determined lives without the use of substances. They are recovery-oriented, people-centered, relationship-focused, and provide trauma-informed care.
Must have experience in the behavioral health field and with mental health and/or substance use disorders, strong communication skills, familiarity with drug testing procedures, and an understanding of the guidelines for HIPAA, Code of Ethics, and Joint Commissions standard as they apply to client confidentiality and standard of care. Individual will be required to maintain CPR certification and obtain both CPSS and CADC-I certifications. Click here to apply.