829 Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
Company: West Texas Centers
Posted on: January 12, 2022
Provides screening and assessment in accordance with the DSM-V
criteria as well as the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI)
criteria to determine eligibility or referral. Provide
individualized treatment planning. Complete all reports, treatment
plans, and admissions within time frames. Provide individual
counseling sessions. Provide substance abuse group therapy and
educational groups. Community outreach may include educating
communities about substance abuse prevention and other related
issues, speak at public engagements and represent West Texas
Centers on local committees and or community advisory councils.
Duties of the position will require frequent interactions with
individuals served, their families, and other service providers.
Ensure all case management documentation and service coordination
activities are completed in accordance with license expectations;
documentation is completed within WTC required time frames.
Maintain professional approach and behavior; follows Code of Ethics
for LCDC, and WTC. Ensure all SAMHSA and State of Texas (HHSC)
standards, certifications, and licensures are adhered to. Complete
SPARS Annual Goals training and collect/report NOMs data at intake,
every six months and at discharge. Will enter data into NOMS and
ensure all documentation into NOMS is accurate and timely. Requires
flexible hours, involves extensive paperwork, and will require
self-directed performance. Travel and the use of a personal vehicle
are required. Must have a valid Texas driver's license and a
driving record that is acceptable for insurability through the
Center's insurance carrier. Supervised by the SUD Services Program
Manager.Valid LCDC license required.
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