Location: Portland, OR
Position: Senior Director of Substance Use Disorder Services
Full time

Posted 04/27/2020

Summary:  Central City Concern is an innovative nonprofit agency providing comprehensive services to single adults and families in the Portland metro area who are impacted by homelessness, poverty and addictions. We hire people that are skilled and passionate to meet our mission through outcome-based strategies which support personal and community transformation.

Central City Concern is looking for a Senior Director of Substance Use Disorder Services to head our SUDS programs. In this role you will join the Health Services leadership team and provide ongoing development and improvement in the quality, effectiveness, and strength of the health services provided by CCC! The Senior Director of Substance Use Disorder Services will optimize the operational, financial, and programmatic excellence of the services provided by CCC Substance Use Disorder Services programs. This includes development, maintenance, and ongoing improvement of a broad and inclusive range of services provided by the CCC Recovery Center, Blackburn Center, Hooper Detoxification Stabilization Center, Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program and Letty Owings Center, including but not limited to peer-delivered services, traditional outpatient and residential services, harm reduction, medication-assisted treatment, and detoxification. COVID-19 has created unprecedented challenges for business, individuals, community organizations and Central City Concern alike. Central City Concern remains committed to facing these new challenges head on, while building for the future at the same time. Leadership is more critical than ever before and identifying action oriented and courageous leaders with strategic agility and business acumen is a top priority. 

Essential Duties will include:
Furthering the mission of CCC:

Develop and maintain strong relationships external to the organization with funders, peers, and other industry partners as appropriate to best serve the needs of the organization.
Represent CCC in community and public discussions, forums, and in planning and committee settings, particularly those related to Substance Use Disorder Services.   

Program Leadership:

Provide management oversight of Substance Use Disorder Services programs
Recruit, hire and supervise management teams.
Mentor and coach staff in a culture of safety, quality, accountability, continuous improvement, and operational excellence.
Develop and sustain innovative and diverse clinical programming.
Foster a culture of healing, learning and recovery through intentional activities for both staff and patients.
Create and implement professional development opportunities for staff.
Provide at least 8 hours per month of direct clinical care in residential or outpatient alcohol and drug programs.

Financial Oversight:

Develop budgets and collaborate with CCC’s Finance team to develop systematic reports and processes to detect and respond to variances in expenses and revenues in a timely manner.
Regularly review financial and operational results with direct reports in team setting to facilitate collaborative understanding and problem-solving of financial issues.
Ensure that financial results meet or exceed adopted budgets; recommend and execute plans to improve Substance Use Disorder Services programs’ financial performance as needed.
Assertively seek and apply for innovative funding and staff development opportunities through private and public funding sources.

Operational Excellence:

Ensure that program services and operations are practiced according to the highest professional and ethical standards.
Develop strategic, measurable outcome and in-process goals for all dimensions of Substance Use Disorder Services programs to lead clinical, operational, and financial excellence.
Oversee the design and implementation of systematic, rigorous standard processes for all aspects of work of Substance Use Disorder Services programs to support the attainment of clinical goals in the domains noted above.
Develop and maintain systems to ensure compliance with regulations, licensures, credentials and contractual stipulations.
Ensure that CCC policies, procedures and expected practices are implemented, maintained and followed.
Ensure clinical privileging requirements are met for all direct reports pursuant to CCC’s Privileging Policy.

Minimum of five years’ experience as a high-level administrator in a health or human services organization.
Master’s degree required in Behavioral Health, Public Health or Public Administration
Minimum of a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) II
Must possess a current driver’s license and qualify as an Acceptable Driver as designated in Central City Concern’s Fleet Safety policy.   
Generous paid time off plan beginning at 4 weeks per year at the time of hire. Accrual increases with longevity.
Amazing 403(b) Retirement Savings plan with an employer match of 6.25% in your 1st year, 8% in the 2nd year, and 10% in your 3rd year! Fully vested with your first contribution!
9 paid Holidays PLUS 2 Personal Holidays to be used at the employee’s discretion.
Comprehensive Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance coverage.
Employer Paid Life, Short Term Disability, AND Long Term Disability Insurance!

This description is intended to provide a snapshot of the work performed and is not designed to contain a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the position. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery, part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace includes post-offer, pre-employment drug screens. Please note we follow Federal Guidelines regarding prohibited substances, even for those legal at the state level. Central City Concern is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran’s status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.

To Apply: You must apply through the CCC website for


Location: Challis, ID
Full time

Posted 04/13/2020

Summary: Rainbow’s End Recovery Center is a 14 bed residential drug and alcohol treatment facility located in the mountains of central Idaho on the Salmon River near Challis. We were established as dual-diagnosis treatment center for alcohol and drug addicted adult clientele suffering from co-occurring mental conditions, such as Trauma, ADHD, Bi-polar, major depression, PTSD. Your caseload is typically 1-3 clients so you can do in-depth individual therapy (such as EMDR CBT, DBT, debriefing in trauma informed care) with your clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide individual, group and family therapy.
Provide didactic or educational groups as needed.
Participate in interdisciplinary treatment planning.
Evaluate information to identify clients' problems to develop an appropriate treatment plan.
Conduct counseling interviews to assist clients in gaining insight into personal problems, defining goals and treatment plan reflecting Strengths, Needs, Abilities, and Preferences.
Provide crisis intervention.
Participate in program development, staff in-services and meetings.
Lead experiential group activities as part of a therapeutic program.

Level of Supervision:

Work with minimal supervision to accomplish assigned goals.
Consult with Supervisor when necessary.
Be a strong self-starter.
Be able to organize time and work requirements to meet timelines and quality expectations.
Provide direction and supervision to program staff as it relates to daily care and its impact on clients.

Minimum requirements: Bachelor's Degree and CADC.
Master's Degree from an accredited school in psychology, counseling or a related field with a ACADC, CADC, LCPC, LPC, LMSW, LCSW is preferred.
Experience working with co-ocurring diagnoses.  

Salary commensurate with experience and licensure 22-30hr.
Health Benefits provided after 90 days.
Paid vacation and sick leave.

To Apply: Submit questions, resume and/or relevant documentation to


Location: Pocatello, ID
Position: CADC
Full time

Posted 03/23/2020

Summary: Moonlight Mountain Recovery is hiring a CADC to help with Case Management, Activities, and Group Therapy at the program located at 5320 W. Moonlight Mine Rd. Pocatello, ID.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Focus on activities coordination, morale of current clients, and followup with alumni (to be coordinated with Director of Admissions
Case management - aftercare planning in depth: housing, job, outpatient, local sponsors and/or AA/NA meetings. Track all of these efforts. Formalize followup with all alumni and track data.
Activities coordination - fill in as much of the down time as possible with activities and service projects.
Collecting reviews from clients.
Admissions person hands off new admit to Case Manager / Activities Director at intake for a warm handoff and smooth transition.
Informally check up on clients throughout their stay and make sure they’re happy and feeling heard.
Run errands in town - activities, pick up meds, shopping, etc.
Help the Clinicians with group therapy as time permits.
Other caregiver duties as time permits.

CADC or drug addiction experience required
Must pass background check.

Relevant: 1 year (preferred)
Caregiving: 1 year (preferred)
License: CPR/First Aid (preferred)

$13 - $16/hour DOE.

To Apply: Submit resume and relevant documentation to


Location: Boise, ID
Position: Mental Health and Addictions Therapist
Full Time
Posted 09/18/2019

Benefits: Vision, Medical, 401k

Position Description: Licensed Therapist

Brick House Recovery is a growing faith-based and private substance abuse treatment organization in western and eastern Idaho located in Boise and Idaho Falls. Our Licensed Therapists ensure that mental health and substance abuse treatment services are provided in a way that maximizes client's emotional, mental, physical and spiritual well-being.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Provides individual, group, and family therapy.
May provide didactic or educational groups as needed or directed by superior or director.
Participates in interdisciplinary treatment planning.
Evaluates information to identify causes of problems of individuals and determine the most appropriate course of action and documents it in a formal treatment plan.
Conducts counseling or therapeutic interviews to assist individual to gain insight into personal problems, define goals, and treatment plan reflecting Strengths, Needs, Abilities, Preferences.
Follows up results of counseling to determine the reliability and validity of treatment used.
Documents in client record to requirements of company and regulatory agencies.
Provides crisis intervention and consultation.
May be required to provide a minimum number of therapy hours weekly, as specified by superior or director.
May be required to carry a minimum caseload, as specified by superior or director.
May provide consultation/education to community service clubs, organizations, human service agencies, hospitals, and various county agencies/departments.
Participates in program development and staff in-services and training.
Performs administrative functions consistent with the needs of the program and under the direction of superior or director.
Participates in staff meetings as required.

Level of Supervision:
Works under minimal supervision and relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish assigned goals and consults with superior or higher levels of management on the more difficult and complex phases of work.
Is expected to be a strong self-starter and able to organize their time and work requirements sufficiently to meet established time lines and quality expectations.
Provides direction and supervision as needed to program staff as it relates to day-to-day care and service delivery and its impact on the client's treatment goals and progress.

Responsible to ensure continuity of therapeutic care for ALL clients in the program by following all policies and procedures including but not limited to:
Medical needs.
Discharge of client.
Approving or denying special requests that impact therapeutic goals of the client.
Incident management, processing, debriefing, and documentation.

Business Contacts:
Interactions may include Program Management, Clinical Supervisor, Billing and Insurance (UR) Personnel, Medical Personnel, Recovery Coaches, and program staff to discuss clients' needs and treatment progress.
Promotes positive interpersonal relations with external clients, community agencies, county departments, schools, referral sources, and families as required.

Educational / Licensing Requirements:
Masters degree from an accredited school in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or a related field, and/or…
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Counselor, and/or…
Advanced Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor.

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:

Minimum of 1-years experience with inpatient, residential, outpatient, and/or mental health care. Must have direct clinical and case management experience, group leadership experience and knowledge regarding substance abuse rehabilitation philosophy.
Strong clinical and interpersonal skills, ability to lead and direct the work of others, and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must have strong computer skills (EHR, charting, Google docs, Apps, Microsoft Office).

Decision Making Responsibilities:
Responsible for deciding treatment plans for clients, reacting decisively in emergency situations and crisis intervention, decisions regarding admission and discharge of clients in conjunction with program management and the treatment team.
This description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and requirements of a person so classified. Other functions or duties may be assigned and management reserves the right to add to or change the duties and responsibilities at any time.
Jason Coombs