Highland Grace House (HGH) is a passionate, approachable and diverse multidisciplinary team that provides quality care to clients. Community Healthlink (CHL) is looking for a relief (0-20 hrs/wk) Residential Counselor in Worcester.
HGH is a 12 bed substance abuse treatment residential program specifically for adolescent females (age 13-17) who seek long-term recovery from their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. This program is staffed 24/7. The placement is voluntary and family involvement is mandatory; the use of addictive medications is prohibited.
This program provides individual and family therapy, aftercare coordination, academic instruction, and daily group therapy.. Group therapy includes but is not limited to psycho-educational, relapse prevention skills, social/life skills development, communication skills, health and wellness and many sober living groups and activities.
If you are looking to give back to the community and help others, this relief residential counselor position maybe the one for you. A relief residential counselor can work 0-20 hours a week depending on the program’s need. In this flexible position, there are no set shifts, and staff are scheduled or called as needed to cover empty shifts. This gives you the opportunity to help others without the commitment
Grade 5: Residential Counselor I:HSD/HiSet/GED or Associates degree required
Grade 6: Residential Counselor II: Bachelor's degree required; degree and/or coursework in social work, counseling, psychology or related field preferred.
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