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Minimum Qualifications Either 1. Have a current certification as a New York State Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC); OR 2. A current certification as a New York State Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor Trainee (CASAC-T) and one year post certification qualifying experience; OR three years of qualifying experience. An Associate's Degree* (or higher) in an approved area may be substituted for two years experience.
*Approved Associate's or higher degrees: Anthropology, audioogy, chold develp[ment/family relations, community mental health, chemical dependence administration, correctional studies, health administration, human services, nursing, nutrition, pastoral counseling, psychology, pubic justice, rehabilitation counseling, religious studies, social work, sociology, special education, speech pathology, therapy (including art, dance, drama, music, occupational, physical and recreational) and vocational counseling.
Duties Description Provide ongoing treatment services to inmates with substance use disorders. Develop treatment findings and conclusions based on an admission and comprehensive evaluation; establish a substance use disorder diagnostic impression; develop and implement a person-centered treatment plan for each assigned inmate; continually evaluate and document the level and quality of participation and progression towards reasonably applied goals for each inmate; and provide such services to ensure successful treatment. Work with other facility staff and provide such services in a variety of treatment modalities in order to assist the inmate in addiction rehabilitation. These services include: recruiting, screening, orientation, assessment, treatment planning and reviewing, coordinating educational and treatment services using various media, continuing recovery planning, and individual and group counseling. Responsible for all mandatory treatment recording.
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