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Recovery Coach
Job Code:2018-IN:70002:220999-001
Location:Rushville, IN
FT/PT Status:Regular Full-Time
Job Summary:

Summary of Job:  Provides evidence-based individual and group clinical interventions both in the office and community settings to develop trusting relationships with clients. Engage with clients so that they may more freely discuss substance use and its effects on mental and physical health and daily functioning.  Aid clients in setting their own goals for treatment, as well as plans to reduce or abstain from substance use and to learn healthy coping skills. Build rapport and a therapeutic relationship with clients to introduce them to all the elements of a healthy recovery.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Supervisory Responsibilities for:  This title does not supervise others.

Facilitates client’s use of family, social and community resources;  acting as an advocate with external resources and agencies and self-help programs.

Provide individual, group and family counseling covering psycho-educational, addictions, daily living skills and activity therapy.

Develop, implement and monitor clinically and fiscally responsible individualized treatment/discharge plans.

Participate in treatment team meetings for the purpose of summarizing, reviewing and developing client’s treatment goals, progress and use of services.

Maintain necessary communications and reporting with referral sources and other involved parties as approved by the client; provides testimony in court in regards to client’s behavior and condition when requested.

Regular and reliable attendance is required.

Key Performance Indicators

Meet billable hour productivity standards.

Complete ANSA/CANS assessments and reassessments on time.

Complete clinical documentation within two business days of the service provided.

Complete treatment plans and other clinical service authorizations in a timely manner.

Other Duties and Responsibilities:

All other duties as assigned.



Job Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university preferred; preferably in psychology, social work, or a related field. Experience working and/or volunteering within the behavioral health, criminal justice, or social services field can be considered in place of degree. Personal experience with recovery from substances is helpful, but not required.