Orchard Street is a nine to twelve month family residential treatment program that provides a safe, supportive recovery community that promotes a sense of empowerment, family healing, and life skills essential for women and their children to stabilize and lead drug free, productive lives.
Services include family-focused treatment and skill development in areas of relapse prevention, parenting, substance abuse treatment, mental health counseling, group therapy, domestic violence counseling, health education, personal development, self-esteem building, parenting skills development, vocational training, life skills training and comprehensive case management.
The program supports and strengthens the family unit and allows parents to function as effective, self-reliant caretakers for their children while enjoying productive and drug-free lives. The Orchard Street program serves families pursuing recovery from addiction to drugs. Pregnant women are prioritized for admission. Referrals for the Orchard Street Program are through the Institute for Health and Recovery.
General duties: To provide counseling services to women head of household clients with substance abuse and mental health diagnosis. This involves facilitating groups, writing treatment plans, individual counseling, and aftercare planning. Participate as member of multidisciplinary team.
Grade 7: Clinician III: A Masters degree in related field with at least two years of supervised substance abuse counseling. Also preferred: one year in supervisory role, experience with family therapy or counseling with children or teenagers.
Grade 8: Clinician IV: Masters degree in a related field and MA LICSW
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If applicable, Community Healthlink shall also abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-300.5(a) and 41 CFR 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified protected veterans and qualified individuals on the basis of disability. These regulations require affirmative action by Community Healthlink to employ and advance in employment qualified protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.