Phoenix House Per-Diem Facilitator in Blythe, California

At Phoenix House, change is something we embrace every day as part of our values to deliver exceptional care. Phoenix House provides individualized, holistic drug and alcohol addiction treatment, with a legacy spanning nearly 50 years. We are passionate about healing individuals, families and communities challenged by substance use disorders and related mental health conditions. Phoenix House supports the mission through a holistic approach that focuses on the distinct mental, physical, and social needs of every person; innovation of best-in-class and evidence-based prevention, treatment, and recovery programs; and, the promotion of greater understanding of addiction. Our devoted staff are committed to treating the whole person—and come from all fields.

We operate personalized, strength-based, gender-responsive programs while living the values and being accountable for our commitments. Being introspective and becoming part of the solution is integral to every interaction and person we touch. As ‘One Phoenix House’ we believe in having fun along the way – embracing ‘progress not perfection’ as our journey continues.

Phoenix House California is currently seeking a Per-Diem Facilitator to work in our California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) program. The CDCR program has established a Single-Level Substance Use and Disorder Treatment (SUDT) program. The SUDT program is designed for offenders who demonstrate the willingness to maintain appropriate behavior to take advantage of such programming and for offenders who have been referred to the program based upon substance use or possession infractions.

The goal of the Phoenix House California CDCR program is to address offenders’ criminogenic needs prior to release and to facilitate a successful transition back to their communities in order to reduce their likelihood of re-offending.

The treatment services include a wide range of substance use treatment components; assessments, treatment planning, case management, group and/or individual counseling, skill building, drug education, and relapse prevention.

The Per-Diem Facilitator shall:

  • Conduct groups addressing Criminal Thinking, Anger Management, and/or Family Relationships;

  • Evaluate and document the Participant’s progress weekly;

  • Meet with Participants to discuss progress, as needed;

  • Deliver the Program topics and program services utilizing curriculum approved by Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR);

  • Shall work collaboratively with the CDCR and institutional staff.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION/CREDENTIALS:

  • The Facilitator shall possess high school diploma or its equivalent; and

  • Have a minimum of one (1) year experience providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) services.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Prior experience providing Single-Level Substance Use and Disorder Treatment (SUDT) services to an offender population preferred, not required.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of the dynamics of alcohol/drug related problems and their impact upon patients and their families;

  • The social factors involved in substance abuse;

  • The principles and techniques of rehabilitation counseling and their application to individuals possessing chemical dependencies;

  • Community resources available to persons with alcohol/drug related problems;

  • The physiological and psychological effects of chemical dependency;

  • General social, economic and health problems;

  • Ability to interview and counsel;

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others;

  • Communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing;

  • Must maintain a valid CA Drivers’ License, have proof of automobile insurance and maintain a safe driving record based on Phoenix House policy

Phoenix House conducts as needed, job-related background checks, fingerprints, drug testing, physical exams, medical exams, TB testing, verification of employment history and/or reference checks prior to employment.

Phoenix House is an Equal Opportunity Employer providing equality of opportunity to all who are protected against discrimination by law, regulation or executive order, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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