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Self Determined Recovery LLC
4729 Hazlewood Avenue 21206

Self-Determined Recovery, LLC (SDR) helps save lives by providing community-based, behavioral health services and housing for single individuals seeking treatment for substance use disorder.

Who You Are
Substance Abuse Counselor. You demonstrate active listening, effective communication, customer service, problem solving, and empathy skills.

Why Join our Team
We offer an inclusive & relaxed environment, flexible working hours, comprehensive benefits for eligible employees, and onsite mentor assistance.

Competencies & Job Expectations
● Reliable transportation. Valid Driver’s License, reliable automobile with proof of current liability insurance, acceptable driving record, current vehicle registration and inspection, current TB test, and a clean criminal record.
● Basic math skills. Ability to read, write and understand the language of the person served and read and write in English.
● Ability to work as a team member.
● Serve as a role model for professional and support staff, by consistently conducting him/herself in a professional and ethical manner.
● Comply with Federal Anti-Kickback and Fraud Laws.
● Maintain therapeutic boundaries with consumers, families, and guardians.
● Demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA as related to confidentiality of information specific to persons served.
● Basic understanding or willingness to learn medications prescribed to persons served.

Working Conditions
Occasional travel. Moderate level of sitting, walking, and standing.


How you will partner with our Participants.
The Substance Abuse Counselor provides activities and individualized services for the outpatient program, designed to assist adult and adolescent consumers with recovery methods and maintenance.
● Implement structured interventions outlined in the Person-Centered Plan.
● Provide first-responder crisis response.
● Research and propose natural and community support for persons served.
● Provide support services in a manner that is safe, therapeutic, and free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
● Case Management responsibilities (If assigned and monitored by Clinical Director).
● Submit completed discharge date to the Medical Records Specialist for processing and filing.
● Ensure case management, supervision, and service notes are completed in a manner consistent with Federal, State, and the Agency’s, statutes, rules, and policies and procedures
● Maintain consistent communication with the Program Director regarding documentation, authorizations, consumer progress toward goals, and consumer satisfaction.


Substance Abuse Board licensure or certification.
● Licensed or certified as an alcohol and drug counselor by the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists;
● Approved by the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists; or
● Licensed, certified, or permitted under the Health Occupations Article, Annotated Code of Maryland to provide substance abuse treatment.

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