|Monday to Friday
|minimum CADC or LADC license
|Bachelor's or Master's Degree in related mental health or social work field
|Experience in addiction treatment and recovery
CHCS is seeking an individual to work in Penobscot County in partnership with law enforcement and other First Responder agencies to provide SUD/OUD community intervention services to prevent and respond to overdose events.
The Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach, Naloxone and Safety (OPTIONS) Liaison will provide brief intervention, follow-up support, engagement, education, and linkage to other community resources.
Bachelor’s degree preferred in related mental health or social work field plus have experience in addiction treatment and recovery.
Must, at minimum, hold a CADC or LADC license, LCPC/LCSW clinicians also encouraged to apply, salary will depend upon licensure and experience.
This position will traditionally be Monday through Friday
This 2-year grant is funded by the Maine Department of Health and Human Service’s. This grant is designed to work in partnership with law enforcement and other first responder agencies in Penobscot County to provide SUD/OUD community intervention services to prevent and respond to overdose events.
**CHCS believes in the importance of work-life balance, we offer generous leave time with paid sick & vacation time plus seven paid holidays and five paid float holiday time to our full-time staff and pro-rated time for part-time staff.**Apply Online
ID #8896, 8895