Case Manager/Addiction Recovery Coach (PT)

Case Manager/Addiction Recovery Coach (PT)

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Case Manager/Addiction Recovery Coach
Williamsburg House
Brooklyn, NY 11249

Who We Are:
Williamsburg House is an private residential sober living serving individuals struggling with substance use disorders (SUD) & other co-occurring mental health issues. Founded in 2009, we are one of the most long-standing addiction recovery residences in New York City and our talented team is dedicated to creating daily positive change in the lives of our residents.
We are currently seeking a passionate and enthusiastic Part-Time Case Manager / Recovery Coach to join our team in providing best-in-class care for our residents.

Position Overview: 
Case Manager/Recovery Coach (Part-Time)
As a member of the Williamsburg House Recovery Team, under the supervision of the Residence Director, the Case Manager will provide personalized, 1-on-1 client support through guidance, structure, accountability, and achievement of measurable goals. The Case Manager helps remove personal and environmental obstacles to recovery, forges links to the recovery community, and serves as a personal guide and mentor in the management of personal and family recovery. This vital role participates as part of a highly dynamic and interdisciplinary team collaborating to facilitate the achievement of the recovery and wellness goals of our residents.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Assess and develop individualized recovery and wellness plans that facilitate a smooth transition back to work, home or school while carrying out the clinical team’s recommended continuing care plan.
  • Coordinate care with all clinical treatment providers and relevant family members.
  • Assist in locating personal and recovery-based resources (ie. AA and NA meetings, sponsors, community, wellness and skills development, employment, etc.).
  • Motivate residents and continually monitor and evaluate each resident’s progression through their case plan, and develop corrective action revisions to the plan as needed.
  • Monitor various testing reports (ie: toxicology screening) and adherence to schedules for residents and document results.
  • Communicate progress to families, treatment teams and management.
  • Provide 1-on-1 coaching and mentoring as necessary to residents as well as other case managers and staff.
  • Actively participate in or facilitate resident- and program-related meetings and activities, and foster. resident engagement in the house community.
  • Attend program-related community, training and committee meetings as assigned.
  • Prepare case management related documentation and reports including but not limited to: attendance, progress, incidents, outcomes, etc.
  • Adhere to strict boundaries and professional codes of ethics in the care of others.
  • Conduct crisis intervention as needed.
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, or related field; OR equivalent combination of related education/work/life experience.
  • Credentials: CARC required. CASAC or above preferred.
  • Possesses built-in network of recovery and wellness resources.
  • Minimum 2 years working in an addiction treatment or recovery setting is required.
  • Minimum 1 year working in a substance use peer support or case manager role.
  • Direct experience working with substance use and co-occurring mental health issues, eating disorders, LGBTQ+, SLA, crisis intervention, and trauma informed care.
  • Proven ability to help individuals through the Stages of Recovery.
  • Working relationships within the recovery treatment continuum – detox, inpatient, intensive outpatient, sober living, aftercare, therapists.
  • Hands on experience navigating various recovery support group programs (12-step, SMART, Refuge etc.) for clients.
  • In-depth understanding of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and various clinical treatment approaches including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), to help client receive proper treatment.
  • People person, excellent time management skills; self-motivated to achieve objectives and goals, able to manage stress, effective at conflict resolution, flexible; team player; open to feedback; creative problem solver; practices good self care, excellent organizational skills.
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively to a wide audience, including parents, clients and treatment professionals.
  • Passion for helping individuals in recovery.
  • Willingness to perform toxicology screening, CPR, emergency first aid, Naloxone, crisis prevention and de-escalation.
  • Computer skills: proficient in Microsoft Office (specifically Word & Excel), EMRs, communication & collaboration tools (ie. G-suite, Dropbox, text, video chat), and other relevant software or mobile device-based applications.

About Williamsburg House:

Williamsburg House is a nationally recognized provider of residential sober living and support services for individuals struggling with substance use & other co-occurring mental health issues. Founded in 2009, we are one of the most long-standing addiction recovery residences in New York City and our talented team is dedicated to creating daily positive change in the lives of our residents. Our program aims to provide our clients with the personalized support, guidance, and structured living environment needed to overcome the damaging effects of addiction and other mental health disorders, as well as build and maintain lasting recovery.

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