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  • Share your recovery story and experiences in an effort to support peers in maintaining recovery

  • Interact with members in person and over the phone in order to aid in recovery from addiction

  • A short commute from both Boston and Providence

Description of Position

The Recovery Coach will have lived experience with addiction and/or co-occurring mental health disorders and have been trained to help their peers with a similar experience to gain hope, explore recovery and achieve life goals. Recovery Coaches are actively engaged in their own personal recovery and share their recovery story and experiences in an effort to support members in obtaining and maintaining recovery.

Responsibilities:
  • Outreach and engage members with recovery needs in the community.
  • Utilize recovery based practices and motivational interviewing to build rapport with members in the community.
  • Complete behavioral health and substance use assessments, as well as, assist members in developing a comprehensive Wellness Plan and Relapse Prevention Plan/s.
  • Maintain a caseload of up to 30 members to include responsibility for all daily/weekly/monthly documentation and insurance requirements.
  • Maintain weekly communication with members; interact with members in person and over the phone in order to aid in recovery from addiction.
  • Provide information on community, wellness and recovery resources that meet the member’s needs.
  • Coordinate and assist in connecting members to addiction and recovery support providers and services, including MAT; using personal vehicle for transportation.
  • Accompany members to provider appointments and meetings to enhance the recovery experience (AA, Faith Based, etc.) using personal vehicle for transportation.
  • Communication and collaboration with established natural supports and community providers.

Requirements

High School Diploma or GED. Recovery Coach Training (must be EOHHS approved). Lived experience in Recovery, with at least 2 years' continuous abstinence if in personal recovery. Reliable vehicle required; driving record will be verified.

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Program Information

  • Community Support Program

    A short-term program which provides intensive case management services to clients who are considered to be "at risk" within the community... read more

Date posted: 1/29/2020

Send Resume & Letter

For more information about this position, or to send your resume:

Mary Murphy, LSW, CSP Program Director (mmurphy@comcounseling.org)

Community Counseling of Bristol County
1 Washington St. Taunton, MA 02780
Phone: 508-828-9116

I've been clean for 3 years and 5 months and I'm grateful. You can never be too grateful. You can't forget where you come from. You have to always be aware.

- Henrietta, a CCBC client

My CSP worker seemed to actually care about me as a person and what was happening in my life.

- Mike, a CCBC client

Why build your career at CCBC?

Stable and Established

  • The largest, most innovative mental health and substance abuse care provider in Southeastern MA, with a 50 year history
  • We serve over 12,000 clients annually
  • Committment to innovation and evidence-based practice
  • Committment to erasing the stigma that can surround trauma, mental illness, and addiction

Great Benefits

  • A short commute from both Boston and Providence
  • 3 weeks paid vacation to start
  • 12 paid holidays and sick leave
  • Health, dental, disability, and life insurance
  • 403-b with up to 5% employer match
  • Tuition reimbursement

Make Recovery a Reality

Working with CCBC gives you the chance to change your own path while helping others find theirs. As you provide hope and healing to people who need it most, you'll be just as inspired by the quality of people you work with as the outcomes you provide together. Join us and be a part of the next success story.