compensation: Competitive pay with annual increases, paid training, tuition plan, and a generous benefit package employment type: full-time non-profit organization
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Help us in our mission to reduce the social, health and behavioral consequences of substance use and mental health disorders for the most vulnerable residents of our community.
CODA: Building health and recovery through compassionate, evidence-based care.
We are CODA. We are a not-for-profit, research focused behavioral health agency and the oldest opioid-addiction treatment facility in Oregon. Since 1969, we have helped adult clients and families in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties whose health and quality of life are compromised by alcohol, drugs and mental health challenges through compassionate, evidence-based care. We value our amazing employees and show it with excellent benefits, a supportive company culture and the opportunity to be part of a best-in-class research department.
We are currently looking for a Recovery Mentor to join our outpatient treatment team in Portland.
In this position, you would fulfill the following essential functions:
Assist patients in accessing alcohol and drug free housing, medical and emergency services and other community resources.
Facilitate connection to the recovery community and other supports that may reinforce the patient's recovery plan.
Teach and model positive recovery skills. In Residential settings, monitor the recovery environment, and reporting and/or documenting concerns. Respond to emergencies and acting as a mandatory reporter following agency procedures.
Coordinate therapeutic interventions and report on patient progress to treatment team and invested community partners with proper release.
Escort and/or drive residents to community related activities or appointments in support of recovery efforts.
Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
Mentor Certification with ACCBO within 12 months of hire.
High school diploma or GED.
Experience with individuals and/or families with addiction and the recovery community.
Ability to utilize both oral and written communications skills to effectively communicate with clients, co-workers, community resources, supervisors, and various other individuals encountered in the course of performing work while maintaining client confidentiality and establishing professional rapport.
We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.
CODA ACADEMY OFFERS EMPLOYEES:
access to training fund to cover both training and credentialing needs
paid time for certain professional development activities
certification and recertification financial assistance via training funds
internal career-advancement opportunities
unlimited free access to a library of 600 accredited, interactive modules specific to social and clinical services via partnership with Relias program, including over 400 CEUs
access to credential and licensing tracking tool
Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.
CODA, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
All CODA facilities are drug-free and smoke-free worksites.
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