Under the direction of the Vice President and/or Program Director, the Licensed Clinician (MFT, LCSW, LPCC, etc.) conducts assessments to determine appropriate DSM V diagnostic criteria and to develop initial treatment plans. Licensed clinicians provide clinical services to clients for specified therapeutic activities. Licensed clinicians are also responsible for the provision of primary family therapy services. Licensed clinicians perform case management activities to facilitate the client’s treatment as well as to facilitate the client’s community reintegration through assessing supportive services such as housing and continuing care services and provides ongoing therapeutic services in the aftercare phase.
Non-profit social service agency, in San Rafael, seeks certified and experienced substance abuse counselors to conduct screening and assessments; provide individual and group counseling; develop treatment plans; create and maintain client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies and funder; facilitate relapse prevention and continuing care services; and provide follow-up and aftercare counseling and case management in residential and out-patient settings. It is mandatory that counselors are registered or certified by a State of California Accredited Institution. Currently looking at residential and outpatient programs for both men’s and women’s settings. The schedule could require weekends/evenings so must be flexible. There are openings for evening and nighttime shifts. Prior experience working with clients in a substance abuse treatment program is required. Clinical Supervision towards licensure may be available for AMFT, APCC, and ACSW level clinicians . Positions are currently available in Marin County.
Center Point, Inc. is seeking a Program Manager for the Multi-Service Center Central Intake and Outpatient Programs. The Program Manager is responsible for the overall supervision and coordination of the Agency’s community-based Central Intake Department and Outpatient substance use and mental health disorder programs. Center Point’s programs serve women, women with children, and men as well as those involved in the criminal justice system, homeless populations, cultural and ethnic minorities, and those with co-occurring disorders. The Program Manager provides counselor supervision, programmatic and clinical oversight, depending on credentials and scope of practice. Successful candidates must possess a clinical license or a counselor certification, have experience providing supervision, and must have a background in Drug Medi-Cal and Department of Health Care Services regulations and standards.
The Administrative Assistant provides a variety of complex administrative support duties and functions as the first point of contact for both clients and visitors. Many of the duties include, but are not limited to: call and email screening; maintaining calendars; scheduling; correspondence; typing; data entry, research and analysis, record keeping, filing, document preparation, providing client transportation to and from appointments as well as any errands needed to keep the program running smoothly.
The Administrative Assistant also maintains a schedule of administrative deadlines; ensuring that office systems and procedures are in place and functioning at optimum levels; identifies and suggests improvements; maintains filing areas, shared work and storage areas; serves as receptionist; intake/registration, maintains staffing continuity at front desk.
The Division Director of Community Programs is a multifaceted leadership role responsible for overseeing the implementation and review of clinical studies, serving as the primary liaison to key stakeholders and community partners, representing Center Point in regional coalitions, and driving program development. This position involves recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating personnel, while also assessing staff training needs and ensuring evidence-based practices. The Division Director monitors group practices for curriculum fidelity, collaborates with clinical and medical teams, manages data collection and reporting, and actively engages in case conferences and staff meetings. Additionally, they facilitate individual and group counseling and educational sessions, contributing significantly to the success and impact of community programs.
Center Point Inc. is seeking a Counselor/Case Manager for its Male as well as Woman’s and Children Residential Substance Use Disorder Programs located in San Rafael, Marin County. The person in this position will be providing outreach, counseling and case management services to individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
Under the direction of the Outpatient Program Manager, the Contingency Management Specialist provides interim incentives services to Drug Medi-Cal beneficiaries identified with stimulant substance use disorders participating in outpatient treatment services. The Contingency Management Specialist will work collaboratively with County substance use disorder staff, Recovery Coaches, Center Point, Inc. residential, outpatient, and housing staff to identify, assess, and enroll eligible participants in Contingency Management Services to improve health and well-being for Drug Medi-Cal funded outpatient treatment participants living with stimulant substance use disorders in order to create reduction and/or cessation of drug use and retention in treatment.