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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
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.
-Rehabilitation Services aimed at assisting the participant to acquire, improve, and retain skills in self-help, general household management and meal preparation, personal finance management, socialization and other adaptive areas.
-Training outcomes focus on allowing the participant to improve his/her ability to reside as independently as possible in the community.
-Assistance in activities of daily living when the participant is dependent on others to ensure health and safety.
-Assistance, support, supervision and monitoring that allow the individual to participate in home life or community activities. Transportation to and from the residence and points of travel in the community is included.
-Support the person served in understanding and exercising their rights
-Provide support services in a manner that is safe, therapeutic, and free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation
-Support the persons served by maintaining the best possible health by following the IRP including but are not limited to the following: nutrition plans, health care plans, exercise regimes
-Assist the persons served in accessing community resources including but not limited to the following: accessing civic organizations and benefits
-Support the person served in establishing and maintaining relationships that are important to him/her
-Administer and/or observe prescription, over-the-counter, and PRN medication as ordered by a physician and in accordance with State and Agency rules, statutes, and policy and procedures, if credentialed to do so and if such is noted the person served’s IRP
-As requested, attend health-related appointments with the persons served and promote self advocacy and if necessary communicate effectively on his/her behalf
-Ensure that all information resulting from health related appointments is documented and communicated to the Home Manager.
Attend and participate in treatment team meetings, audits, and committees as requested
-Complete all service documentation including but , not limited to the following: service notes, incident reports, medication administration, etc. on the appropriate form and in a thorough and timely manner, as required by State, Federal, and Agency rules, statutes, policy and procedure, and Agency service operation manuals.
-Submit service notes to the Home Manager on a weekly basis
-Accurately complete timesheets, reflecting the amount of time spent in service provision
High school or equivalent (Preferred)
Individual / group counseling: 1 year (Required)
Addiction counseling: 3 years (Preferred)
Certified Recovery Specialist (Preferred)
Driver's License (Required)