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DRUG AND ALCOHOL COUNSELOR - (WOMEN'S PROGRAM) - BAY AREA

Join Center Point in our innovative work changing lives and connecting communities. Whether you are looking for an internship opportunity or full time work, Center Point is a remarkable place to put your time and talent in to action.

Center Point Inc. is currently recruiting for a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor for our Women and Children residential program in San Rafael.

 

The ideal candidate has experience working in a substance abuse residential treatment milieu, and knowledge of gender-responsive, trauma and women services. In this position you will gain experience working in a Men's residential oriented treatment program, collaboratively with multi-disciplined team members and agencies, and experience the success of Women and their Children rebuilding their futures.

Below you will find a more detailed description of some of the duties and requirements for this position.

·         Facilitates individual sessions with each caseload client on a weekly basis.

  • Facilitates groups/classes as assigned.
  • Collaborates with clients on individual treatment plans based on clinical assessments and clients self-determined goals.
  • Refers clients to internal and external resources in a timely manner.
  • Performs house runs and documents any issues that our found to ensure safety and security of the program.
  • Supervises medication distribution and is available on the staff phone when assigned to do so.
  • Maintains documentation standards in Electronic Medical Records of all client sessions and groups/classes as required.
  • Maintains clients Electronic Medical Records according to program and agency policy.
  • Communicates and works with team to ensure the best clinical experience for the client.
  • Remains flexible with duties and schedule to support program needs.

 Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Drug & Alcohol Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution or MFTi/MFT/LCSW
  • Minimum two years experience working in residential treatment programs.
  • First Aid Certified CPR Certified within 30 days of employment
  • Experience working successfully with issues of substance abuse, mental health, criminal background, homelessness, and other potential barriers to economic and social self sufficiency.
  • Professionalism, punctuality, flexibility, and reliability are imperative.

·         Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance;

·         Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

Please respond via email or fax resume, supporting documents and transcripts or certification to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 415-492-8844.

 

 


 

 

Director of Programs

Behavioral Health – (San Rafael)

Center Point Inc. seeks a Service Director to co-ordinate our network of community based services. The position is based in Marin County, California.
 
Center Point was founded in 1969 by recovering individuals seeking to create a support network to help themselves and others in recovery. The agency was incorporated in 1971 and today offers a range of health and social services to individuals and families across the States of California, and Texas.
Center Point’s mission is to provide comprehensive social, educational, vocational, medical, psychological, housing and rehabilitation services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment and homelessness. Center Point, is the lead provider of substance abuse services in Marin County and provides a network of services that includes:  Outpatient, Residential, Drug Court, Residential Peri-natal, and Transitional Housing. This is a full-time, exempt level position.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Contract Management,
  • Drug Medi-cal compliance
  • DHCS compliance
  • Supervision of Program Leaders,
  • Budget Monitoring
  • External Liaison,
  • Social Marketing
  • Compliance Monitoring and Management
  • Implementation of evidence-based practices
  • Relationships with funding sources
  • Expansion of service provision

DUTIES:
-Manages the bed allocations and units of service of multiple service contracts
-Monitors the facilitation of evidence-based groups and educational programs as required.
-Monitors counseling and case management in accordance with contract requirements.
-Provides a high quality admissions and assessment drug-medical process using current best practice protocols.
-Monitors client conduct, and client activity through daily reporting from facility managers.
-Ensures that the Residential treatment services are compliant and audit ready at all times.
-Ensures that evaluations and mandatory staff trainings are completed in accordance with Center Point and contractual policies
-Maintains a climate and culture that attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff (including volunteers)
-Ensures the confidentiality and reliability of data, proprietary information, and intellectual property.
-Monitors files in accordance with governing standards and regulations.
-Monitors client medication chain-of-custody as appropriate.
 
 
QUALIFICATIONS:

-Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); or Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) or Licensed Psychologist
-Minimum of five (5) years of experience working in a drug and alcohol clinical setting together with a minimum of three  
- (3) Years of senior management experience
 
 
EXPERIENCE (highly desirable) 
Drug Medi-cal, billing and compliance
Co-occurring disorders
DHCS. Licensing and Certification
Experience with criminal justice clients and contracts
Peri-natal experience.
Proven leadership skills, including the ability to motivate, inspire and influence others within the organization.
Excellent written, verbal, communication and organizational skills.
Must be highly knowledgeable about county, state, and federal program contract guidelines, including the rules and regulations affecting the clients served.

 


 

DRUG AND ALCOHOL COUNSELOR - (MEN'S PROGRAM) - (SAN RAFAEL, CA)

Join Center Point in our innovative work changing lives and connecting communities. Whether you are looking for an internship opportunity or full time work, Center Point is a remarkable place to put your time and talent in to action.

Center Point Inc. is currently recruiting for a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor for our Men's residential program in San Rafael.

 

The ideal candidate has experience working in a substance abuse residential treatment milieu, and knowledge of gender-responsive, trauma and mens services. In this position you will gain experience working in a Men’s residential treatment program, collaboratively with multi-disciplined team members and agencies, and experience the success of rebuilding their futures.

Below you will find a more detailed description of some of the duties and requirements for this position.

·         Facilitates individual sessions with each caseload client on a weekly basis.

  • Facilitates groups/classes as assigned.
  • Collaborates with clients on individual treatment plans based on clinical assessments and clients self-determined goals.
  • Refers clients to internal and external resources in a timely manner.
  • Performs house runs and documents any issues that our found to ensure safety and security of the program.
  • Supervises medication distribution and is available on the staff phone when assigned to do so.
  • Maintains documentation standards in Electronic Medical Records of all client sessions and groups/classes as required.
  • Maintains clients Electronic Medical Records according to program and agency policy.
  • Communicates and works with team to ensure the best clinical experience for the client.
  • Remains flexible with duties and schedule to support program needs.

 Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Drug & Alcohol Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution or MFTi/MFT/LCSW
  • Minimum two years experience working in residential treatment programs.
  • First Aid Certified CPR Certified within 30 days of employment
  • Experience working successfully with issues of substance abuse, mental health, criminal background, homelessness, and other potential barriers to economic and social self sufficiency.
  • Professionalism, punctuality, flexibility, and reliability are imperative.

·         Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance;

·         Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

Please respond via email or fax resume, supporting documents and transcripts or certification to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 415-492-8844.

 


 

WOMEN’S SERVICES COORINDATOR - (WOMEN'S PROGRAM) - BAY AREA

Job Description

Duties:

  • The Women's Treatment Coordinator will provide day-to-day supervision of women's substance use and mental health disorder treatment and supportive services within a residential women and children's program.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with referral sources: conduct outreach, engagement, screening, assessment and admission of women and their children.
  • Liaison with all stake holders and community partners.
  • Provide comprehensive case management to all clients, including involved family members..
  • Participate in utilization review and quality assurance activities.
  • Conduct data collection and performance assessments.
  • Prepare quarterly and semi-annual statistical and narrative reports.


Qualifications/Degree:

  • Master's Degree and/or a certified substance abuse counselor.

And/or

  • A Substance abuse Counselor that is certified by or at least register with one of the following entities (being register for school only does not count):
  • Addiction Counselor Certification Board of California
    Affiliated with California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators (CAADE)
    Accredited Program – Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor
  • California Association of DUI Treatment Programs (CADTP)
    Accredited Program – Certified Alcohol & Other Drug Counselor
  • California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP)

 

 


 

CHILDREN SERVICES COORDINATOR - (WOMEN'S PROGRAM) - BAY AREA

  

Job Description

Duties:

  • The Children’s Coordinator will provide day-to-day supervision of a residential substance abuse treatment program’s children’s educational, developmental, nutritional, and therapeutic programming.
  • Individual will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with referral sources.
  • Will conduct outreach and engagement activities.
  • Liaison with Children’s medical and other service providers and ensure efficacy of referrals.
  • Will provide of comprehensive development assessments, and case management services for the children, and families.
  • Coordinate data collection and performance assessment and prepare quarterly and semi-annual reports.

 

 


 EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT LIAISON (BAY AREA, CA)

Overview:

Under the direction of the STOP Program Director, the Employment Development Liaison (EDL) is responsible for coordinating with the network of Community Based Providers (CBP's), vocational training and certification programs, and county Employment Development Departments (EDD) to ensure that parolee-participants develop fundamental pro-social re-integration skills and satisfying basic survival needs, vocational and marketable employment experiences. In conjunction with the network of subcontracted CBP's within the STOP Program Area II the EDL will assist in developing opportunities for the parolee-participants to obtain long-term sustainable employment with a living-wage income by connecting them to training and meaningful employment which, in turn increases both individual and family stability, benefits children by decreasing the numbers living in poverty, and provides access to health care and stable living environments, along with other essential life skills. The ultimate goal is to assist CBP's in advancing socially positive changes that sustain the reduction in criminal and anti-social behavior; abstinence from drugs and alcohol; reduce dependency on public benefits; promote family and housing stability; and promote self-sufficiency and productive civic responsibility.
 
Responsibilities/Statement of Duties:

1.     Acts as a primary liaison to the STOP Program Area IV network of providers, county EDD's, potential employers and vocational services and training providers in each Program Area II county.

2.         Provide technical assistance and training to the CBP network regarding Center Point's Employment and Job Development Strategy; directly assisting parolees as deemed necessary in seeking in securing gainful employment.

3.     Conducts business community outreach to develop jobs for STOP participants; Create with the assistance of the various sub-contracted CBP's a Job Bank of current and potential employers; and Organize and facilitate regional job fairs..

4.     Assists in the collection of data for submission of monthly and other time-specific reports related to vocational and life skills training services (i.e. employment obtained; income and change in income).

5.     Assists STOP Program Director in the selection of participants for contingency management incentives based on achievements in vocational training and certification programs, employment and income gains.

6.     Utilizes evidence-based curriculum and recognized "best practices" to enhance the quality of vocational and life skills training services to participants; in eliminating barriers to employment the EDL promotes the use of structured vocational questionnaire as an initial assessment tool with all of the subcontracted providers in identifying barriers and developing the participant vocational needs and services plans.

7.     Provides input to the sub-contracted treatment team regarding incorporation of vocational and life skills needs on participants Case Management Plan (CMP); assists CBP's in developing Vocational Services Plans (VSP) with each STOP participant that identifies barriers that prevent the participant from obtaining and retaining employment.

8.     Assists subcontracted CBP's in identifying and ameliorating barriers to employment for participants.

9.     Assists subcontracted CBP's in identifying and enrolling participants in vocational training and academic programs.

10.  Conducts interviews of participants who need additional assistance as identified by the CBP's for potential community employment and training opportunities.

11.  Provides orientation to STOP participants regarding available STOP vocational services.

12.  Documents vocational services in participant records.

13.  Monitors Community-based employment activities; Maintains contact with current employers of STOP-funded participants as needed and; collects employment, income, and vocational training outcome data.

14.  Coordinates job fairs, employer presentations, and other events relative to employment.

15.  Assists Case Managers in the development of the Case Management Plan (CMP) and ensures that vocational and employment goals and objectives are included.

16.  Assists the network of CBP's and ensures the development of and coordination of county-by-county resources for obtaining critical items essential to obtaining employment (identification and social security cards, job search clothing, training, driver's license, union cards and fees, etc.).

17.  Researches and ensures that subcontracted CBP's appropriately utilize information regarding employer incentive programs that benefit STOP participants.

18.  Provides information to participants regarding workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, and ethics and other issues that enhance employment longevity.

19.  Attends and refers participants to local PACT events for the development of resources.

20.  Attends meetings and trainings as directed by the STOP Program Director.


CERTIFIED SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (BAY AREA, CA)

Counselors: Non-profit social service agency, in San Rafael, seeks certified and experienced substance abuse counselors to conduct screening and assessments; provide individual and group counseling; develop treatment plans; create and maintain client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies and funder; facilitate relapse prevention and continuing care services; and provide follow-up and aftercare counseling and case management in residential and out-patient settings.

It is mandatory that counselors are certified by a State of California Accredited Institution.

Currently looking at residential and outpatient programs for both men's and women's settings.

The schedule could require weekends/evenings so must be flexible. There are openings for dayevening, and nighttime shifts.

Prior experience working with clients in a substance abuse treatment program is required.

Positions are currently available in Marin County.

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

      • Substance Abuse or Mental Health or License Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution; MFT, RAS, CAS, etc.
      • Demonstrated experience providing substance abuse treatment services with criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) is required;
      • Experience with evidence-based substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance;
      • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

Please respond via email or fax resume, supporting documents and transcripts or certification to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 415-492-8844.

 


 

 MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST (BAY AREA, CA)

Center Point seeks a part-time licensed therapist or clinical social worker (MFT/LCSW/LPCC), for our outpatient and residential programs in Marin County (San Rafael).
The Ideal candidate:

  • Will have experience in treating substance use and mental health disorders, both individually and co-occurring, as well as abuse, trauma and related conditions
  • Will have experience facilitating groups as well as providing individual, group and family sessions
  • Afternoon and evening hours are required.  If not available for evening hours, do not apply.

 

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 

 


Driver – San Rafael

 

Non-profit Social Service provider with offices in Marin County seeks an experienced driver for a large-scale, state-wide parolee services network. Responsibilities include providing transportation throughout Northern and Central California.

 

Qualifications:

 

•             Must have at least a High School Diploma or GED

•             Good verbal and written communication skills

•             Dependable

•             Punctual

•             Able to perform in a fast-paced environment.

 

Must also be able to obtain and maintain a criminal justice background clearance.

Please fax resume to 415-492-0244 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

HOW TO APPLY

 

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


Data Assistant – San Rafael

Private non-profit social service agency with headquarters in San Rafael seeks qualified and experienced candidates for a Data Assistant position. The Data Assistant is responsible for entering data into various systems, reconciling errors, and researching and obtaining missing data sets. Data collection and data entry are routine tasks associated with this position.

Principal Responsibilities:

·  Reviews documents for required elements

·  Organizes paperwork for entry

·  Accurately enters data into agency system

·  Follows data review processing procedures established by the department

·  Communicates status of data entry process on a daily basis

·  Assists in tracking and communicating receipt of documents

·  Records information in various tracking spreadsheets to track status, issues or receipt

·  Identifies errors or trends with documents and communicates issue to Supervisor

·  Completes routine quality assurance checks for claims processing and claiming software integrity

·  Files paperwork in accordance with the departments procedures

·  Stores electronic documentation in accordance with the departments rules/standards

·  Maintains confidentiality of all claiming information

·  Complete adjustments according to the departments schedule

·  Collaborate with other team members to provide insight for training and collection of data from other program locations.

·  Other duties as assigned


Knowledge and Skills:

·  One to two years of previous work experience in an office environment

·  High school diploma or associates degree with excellent computer skills

·  Ability to work both independently and within a team

·  Excellent time management skills

·  Superior attention to detail

·  Demonstrate flexibility and exercise good judgment

·  Maturity and integrity when handling confidential data

·  Microsoft Office knowledge (Excel, PowerPoint, and Word)

·  Strong written and verbal communication skills

·  Understands computers, databases and/or statistics

·  Background in Statistics, Math, Computer Science or related field

·  Exposure to Access would be beneficial

·  Experience with Access, SQL and database development highly desired


Physical/Mental/Environment Requirements:

·  Sit 75%, Walk/stand 25%, Lift up to 30 pounds and must concentrate at close vision for extended periods of time

·  Normal office and school building environment

·  Ability to problem solve detailed written and verbal communications

 


HOW TO APPLY

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location. 

 

 

 

  

 

 


 

CASE MANAGERS (BAY AREA, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the Bay Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

      • Conduct screening and assessments
      • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
      • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
      • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
      • Collecting and analyzing participant data
      • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
      • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

      • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution, in lieu of certification be registered with a test date within 18 months of hire;
      • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
      • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
      • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


 

 CASE MANAGERS (BAY AREA, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the Bay Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

      • Conduct screening and assessments
      • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
      • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
      • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
      • Collecting and analyzing participant data
      • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
      • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

      • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution, in lieu of certification be registered with a test date within 18 months of hire;
      • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
      • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
      • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


 

CERTIFIED AOD COUNSELORS (SOLANO, CA)

Counselors: Non-profit social service agency, in San Rafael, seeks certified and experienced substance abuse counselors to conduct screening and assessments; provide individual and group counseling; develop treatment plans; create and maintain client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies and funder; facilitate relapse prevention and continuing care services; and provide follow-up and aftercare counseling and case management in residential and out-patient settings.

It is mandatory that counselors are certified by a State of California Accredited Institution.

Currently looking at residential and outpatient programs for both men's and women's settings.

The schedule could require weekends/evenings so must be flexible. There are openings for dayevening, and nighttime shifts.

Prior experience working with clients in a substance abuse treatment program is required.

Positions are currently available in Marin County.

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

      • Substance Abuse or Mental Health or License Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution; MFT, RAS, CAS, etc.
      • Demonstrated experience providing substance abuse treatment services with criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) is required;
      • Experience with evidence-based substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance;
      • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

Please respond via email or fax resume, supporting documents and transcripts or certification to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 415-492-8844.

 

 


 

JOURNEY & ENTRY LEVEL COUNSELOR (SAN QUENTIN, CA)

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Positions

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for Men’s In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the San Quentin area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions.

Working under the direction and supervision of the Program Director we are seeking applications for the following positions.

  • Certified AoD Counselors – Journey & Entry Level

All members of the treatment team need to have experience with Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT), delivered using evidence-based approaches. The treatment program is designed with a focus on Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, Criminal Thinking and family reunification. All members of the treatment team will be involved in caseload management, with most staff also being involved in group interventions and/or education.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain CDCR clearance.
  • Journey Level: One year experience providing SUDT services to offender population.

 

  • Certified AoD Counselors: (High school diploma or equivalent, plus Certified as an AoD Counselor (recognized by DHCS) minimum of one year experience in providing Substance Abuse Services.

 

Highly Desirable:

 

  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Experience in working with co-occurring conditions

 


 

PROGRAM FACILITATOR (SAN QUENTIN, CA)

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Positions

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for Men’s In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the San Quentin area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions.

Working under the direction and supervision of the Program Director we are seeking applications for the following position.

  • Program Facilitators

 

All members of the treatment team need to have experience with Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT), delivered using evidence-based approaches. The treatment program is designed with a focus on Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, Criminal Thinking and family reunification. All members of the treatment team will be involved in caseload management, with most staff also being involved in group interventions and/or education.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain CDCR clearance.
  • Program Facilitator: One year experience providing CBT services to offender population.

 

Highly Desirable:

  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Experience in working with co-occurring conditions

 


 JOURNEY & ENTRY LEVEL COUNSELOR (SACRAMENTO, CA)

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Positions

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for Men’s In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the Sacramento area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions.

Working under the direction and supervision of the Program Director we are seeking applications for the following positions.

  • Certified AoD Counselors – Journey & Entry Level

All members of the treatment team need to have experience with Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT), delivered using evidence-based approaches. The treatment program is designed with a focus on Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, Criminal Thinking and family reunification. All members of the treatment team will be involved in caseload management, with most staff also being involved in group interventions and/or education.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain CDCR clearance.
  • Journey Level: One year experience providing SUDT services to offender population.

 

  • Certified AoD Counselors: (High school diploma or equivalent, plus Certified as an AoD Counselor (recognized by DHCS) minimum of one year experience in providing Substance Abuse Services.

 

Highly Desirable:

  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Experience in working with co-occurring conditions

 

 JOURNEY & ENTRY LEVEL COUNSELOR (SOLANO, CA)

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Positions

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for Men’s In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the Solano area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions.

Working under the direction and supervision of the Program Director we are seeking applications for the following positions.

  • Certified AoD Counselors – Journey & Entry Level

All members of the treatment team need to have experience with Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT), delivered using evidence-based approaches. The treatment program is designed with a focus on Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, Criminal Thinking and family reunification. All members of the treatment team will be involved in caseload management, with most staff also being involved in group interventions and/or education.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain CDCR clearance.
  • Journey Level: One year experience providing SUDT services to offender population.

 

  • Certified AoD Counselors: (High school diploma or equivalent, plus Certified as an AoD Counselor (recognized by DHCS) minimum of one year experience in providing Substance Abuse Services.

 

Highly Desirable:

  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Experience in working with co-occurring conditions 

 

 

 


 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST (SACRAMENTO, CA)

Duties
  

  • Provide parenting skills training directly to the mothers and infants/children, and whenever possible, other family members
  • Provide therapeutic child care and child development services
  • Plan and oversee child-related activities
  • Plan and supervised all structured mother/child activities
  • Attends staff meeting and provides information on parenting and child development progress
  • Provide child development training to treatment team as needed
  • Encourage and provide opportunities for women to participate in programs for their children which incorporate parent participation such as Head Start.
  • Participate in daily shift exchange, including documenting in facility log at end of shift and thoroughly reviewing log at start of shift

 
 Qualifications
 

  • 2 year degree in Early Childhood Education and
  • A least one (1) year experience in a licensed infant care center or comparable group childcare program

  


  

COOK (SACRAMENTO, CA)

Job Description


Center Point Inc. is seeking a part-time cook, for its Female Offender Treatment and Employment Program located in Fair Oaks, Sacramento County.
The position involves handling, preparing, cooking and serving food for regular, modified and special diets in a community based residential treatment program for 20-25 women and children. This includes maintaining clean and sanitary work, preparation and service areas. Typical functions include: preparing foods, salads, and desserts; cook or bake a variety of items; maintaining inventory and preparing weekly food orders.
 Knowledge, skills and abilities include: knowledge of basic food preparation techniques, food service operations, freezer and fresh food management, proper sanitation practices and basic mathematics. Skills required: ability to carry out routine tasks to completion, follow oral and written instructions, and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

Qualifications: High school diploma or a GED with at least a one year experience in the efficient operation of a culinary area and ability to obtain a California Food Handler Card within 30 days of hire. Valid CA driver's license also required.
Requirements;

 

  • Successful candidate is able to work over weekends
  • Ability to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance
  • Comfortable with an all-female residential environment
  • Ability to plan and execute a healthy nutritional menu

 

 


 

Substance Abuse Counselor – Fair Oaks, CA

Counselors: Non-profit social service agency seeks certified and experienced substance abuse counselors to conduct assessments; provide individual and group counseling; develop treatment plans; create and maintain client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies and funder; facilitate relapse prevention and continuing care services in our residential women and children’s program in the Sacramento area.

The schedule may require weekends/evenings so must be flexible. There are openings for day and evening shifts.

Prior experience working with clients in a criminal justice setting is desirable.

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:


Substance Use Disorder certification from an accrediting body recognized of the California Department of Health Care Services.  Mental Health Licensed  Professionals or Registered Interns are also acceptable.

 Demonstrated experience providing substance abuse treatment services with criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) is a plus;

 Experience with evidence-based substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;

 Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance; and

 

 Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record

 


 

COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPIST (SACRAMENTO, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks experienced CBT Facilitators to provide evidence based CBT programs and other life-skills programs to female parolee participants in group and individual meetings, classes and workshops, evaluate progress of participants and work with participants on their case management plans in our residential women and children’s program in the Sacramento area.

The schedule may require weekends/evenings so must be flexible. There are openings for day and evening shifts.

Prior experience working with clients in a criminal justice setting is desirable.

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

 High School diploma or equivalent.

 Experience providing cognitive behavioral treatment services to a  criminal justice population is a plus;

 Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance; and

 Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record

 

 

 


 

THERAPIST (SACRAMENTO, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks licensed mental health therapist to facilitate gender responsive and trauma informed services in our residential women and children’s program in the Sacramento area, including family, individual and group counseling.

Ideal candidate will have experience addressing:

  • Substance use and mental health disorders
  • Co-occurring disorders
  • Trauma
  • Abuse and related conditions
  • Will have experience facilitating groups, couples, individuals and family therapy sessions.
  • Knowledge of behavioral effects of HIV/AIDS, depression and physical/sexual/emotional abuse is expected.

 

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

 Possess and maintain a valid California mental health license which in in good standing with respective licensing Board. The license must be without prior or current disciplinary action.

 Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance

 Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record

 

 


  

EAST BAY

 CASE MANAGERS (EAST BAY, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the East Bay Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

      • Conduct screening and assessments
      • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
      • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
      • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
      • Collecting and analyzing participant data
      • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
      • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

      • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution, in lieu of certification be registered with a test date within 18 months of hire;
      • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
      • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
      • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 

 

 


 

CERTIFIED ADDICTION COUNSELOR –DAY REPORTING CENTER (OAKLAND)

 

Center Point Inc.  seeks a qualified and experienced counselor to conduct screening and assessments; provide individual and group counseling; develop treatment plans; create and maintain client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies; facilitate relapse prevention and continuing care services at the Oakland Day Reporting Center

Under the direction of the Program Manager, the Certified Addiction Counselor Counselor provides evidence based AoD programs and other life-skills programs to parolee participants in group and individual meetings, classes and workshops. The Certified Addiction Counselor conducts groups and other therapeutic practices with fidelity to the curriculum. The successful applicant must be able to obtain CDCR clearance (live scan)

 

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

The following responsibilities and duties are general in nature and are intended to define a framework of job responsibilities and duties for the employee.

Primary Duties

  • Facilitate AoD groups using evidence-based approaches as assigned.
  • Assessment and treatment planning
  • Participates in the evaluation of parolee participant progress and makes recommendations for participant advancement in the Phase system.
  • Under the supervision of the Program Manager, administers client centered interventions and helps resolve client difficulties and barriers to progress. Establish trusting relationships with clients.
  • Interact with diverse client population in a culturally sensitive manner.
  • Maintain group and individual session notes and prepare participant chart documentation as necessary.
  • Provide information about the program to the public.

Educational Requirements:

·         Certified Addiction Counselor  (recognized by the State of California)

·         High School Diploma

 Desirable Experience:

·         Working with Criminal Justice/Parolee clients

·         At least two yrs. experience in a Substance Abuse treatment setting. 

Agency offers a range of benefits and a competitive salary. Please email resume and cover letter to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or fax to 415-492-8844

 

 


 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT / CLIENT SERVICES ASSISTANT – DAY REPORTING CENTER (OAKLAND, CA)

 

Center Point Inc.,is seeking an Administrative Assistant for its Day Reporting Center in Oakland California. The DRC is a Parolee center providing classes and case management services to up to 100 Parolees every day, split into morning and evening groups.

The Administrative Assistant provides a variety of complex administrative support duties for the Day Reporting Center and functions as the first point of contact for both clients and visitors. Many of the duties include call and email screening; maintaining calendars; scheduling; correspondence; typing; data entry, research and analysis, record keeping, filing, and document preparation.

The Administrative Assistant also maintains a schedule of administrative deadlines; ensuring that office systems and procedures are in place and functioning at optimum levels; identifies and suggests improvements; maintains filing areas, shared work and storage areas; serves as receptionist; intake/registration, maintains staffing continuity at front desk.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Program Intake Responsibilities: Schedules client appointments and directs calls throughout the agency. Makes follow-up calls for providers; calls to confirm "next day's appointments". Greets and provides customer service to patients, guests, clients, and vendors. Communicates clearly on the phone and accurately takes and delivers messages.

Documentation Responsibilities: Performs general administrative tasks; filing, organizing, data entry and billing. Assists in maintaining appointment system (Outlook) or other assigned system. Processes patient/client data entry for company various electronic systems in accordance with guidelines established by Center Point to satisfy internal and external evaluating requirements.

Administrative Responsibilities: Manages receipt and routing of agency mail (incoming and outgoing). Assists and directs callers and visitors to appropriate employees and departments. Ability to operate a single or multiple position telephone switchboard. Is able to work in a team-oriented environment. Orientation, training and supervision of volunteers on certain front desk responsibilities may be assigned.

And, other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION AND KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES QUALIFICATIONS:

Required Qualifications:

  • Prior experience in front desk reception, administrative and/or customer service
  • Commitment to working with diverse communities, including communities of color, homelessness, and users of illegal substances, ex-offenders, and persons with mental health concerns.
  • Exhibits a professional demeanor, and can discreetly handle sensitive and confidential information and ability to work under pressure
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, listening, speaking and written communication skills
  • Ability to assist callers and visitors in an approachable and welcoming manner
  • Ability to work effectively with all levels and types of employees, management, clients and guests
  • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively as part of a team
  • Ability to multi-task and work well independently and under pressure in a fast-paced environment; detail-oriented
  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications(Excel, Outlook and Word), specifically Word Outlook and internet applications
  • Knowledge of HIPAA regulations
  • Excellent attention to detail, ability to work independently and strong organizational skills
  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent
  • Must possess a valid California Driver's license.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Substance abuse facility experience
  • 2 years experience working in a medical front office setting, preferably in a Social or Human Services Organization
  • Familiarity with other community agencies in the Bay Area to make appropriate referrals
  • Understanding of addiction, criminal, and homelessness issues and ability to provide non-judgmental, client-centered services

 


 

CENTRAL VALLEY

CASE MANAGERS (SAN JOSE, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the San Jose Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

    • Conduct screening and assessments
    • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
    • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
    • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
    • Collecting and analyzing participant data
    • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
    • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

    • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution;
    • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
    • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
    • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
    • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
    • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.


 

 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

CASE MANAGERS (SAN BERNARDINO, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the San Bernardino Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

    • Conduct screening and assessments
    • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
    • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
    • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
    • Collecting and analyzing participant data
    • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
    • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

    • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution, in lieu of certification be registered with a test date within 18 months of hire;
    • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
    • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
    • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
    • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
    • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 

 

 


 

 EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT LIAISON (SAN BERNARDINO, CA)

 Job Overview

Are you passionate about helping individuals in the criminal justice population?  Are you great at building sustainable relationships?  Do you have great ethics, attention to detail, and the ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment?  If so, Center Point is currently looking to fill a Employment Development Liaison position in Colton, CA!  The ideal candidate has experience working with a criminal justice population and at least two years of experience providing job development services.  
 Under the direction of the STOP Program Director, the Employment Development Liaison (EDL) is responsible for coordinating with the network of Community Based Providers (CBP's), vocational training and certification programs, and county Employment Development Departments (EDD) to ensure that parolee-participants develop fundamental pro-social re-integration skills and satisfying basic survival needs, vocational and marketable employment experiences. In conjunction with the network of subcontracted CBP's within the STOP Program Area IV the EDL will assist in developing opportunities for the parolee-participants to obtain long-term sustainable employment with a living-wage income by connecting them to training and meaningful employment which, in turn increases both individual and family stability, benefits children by decreasing the numbers living in poverty, and provides access to health care and stable living environments, along with other essential life skills.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop, coordinate, and secure employment opportunities through a range of outreach and marketing initiatives 
  • Identify industries and employers willing to hire individuals in the criminal justice population
  • Assist employers obtain tax benefits and federal bonding incentives offered to employers who hire individuals in the criminal justice population
  • Stay abreast on local business and industry developments and trends 
  • Acts as a primary liaison to the STOP Program Area IV network of providers, county EDD's, potential employers and vocational services and training providers in each Program Area II county.
  •     Provide technical assistance and training to the CBP network regarding Center Point's Employment and Job Development Strategy; directly assisting parolees as deemed necessary in seeking in securing gainful employment.
  • Conducts business community outreach to develop jobs for STOP participants; Create with the assistance of the various sub-contracted CBP's a Job Bank of current and potential employers; and Organize and facilitate regional job fairs..

 
Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

 

  • High School diploma or equivalent 
  • Valid California driver's license
  • Have a dependable vehicle/car insurance
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills 
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience providing job development services
  • Excellent organization and multitasking skills
  • Bachelor's degree, desired

 


 

 

JOURNEY & ENTRY LEVEL COUNSELOR (AVENAL, CA)

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Positions

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the Avenal area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions.

Working under the direction and supervision of the Program Director we are seeking applications for the following positions.

  • Certified AoD Counselors – Journey & Entry Level

All members of the treatment team need to have experience with Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT), delivered using evidence-based approaches. The treatment program is designed with a focus on Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, Criminal Thinking and family reunification. All members of the treatment team will be involved in caseload management, with most staff also being involved in group interventions and/or education.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain CDCR clearance.
  • Journey & Entry Level: One year experience providing SUDT services to offender population.

 

  • Certified AoD Counselors: (High school diploma or equivalent, plus Certified as an AoD Counselor (recognized by DHCS) minimum of one year experience in providing Substance Abuse Services.

 

Highly Desirable:

 

  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Experience in working with co-occurring conditions

 

 


PROGRAM FACILITATOR (AVENAL, CA)

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Positions

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the Avenal area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions.

Working under the direction and supervision of the Program Director we are seeking applications for the following position.

  • Program Facilitators

 

All members of the treatment team need to have experience with Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT), delivered using evidence-based approaches. The treatment program is designed with a focus on Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, Criminal Thinking and family reunification. All members of the treatment team will be involved in caseload management, with most staff also being involved in group interventions and/or education.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain CDCR clearance.
  • Program Facilitator: One year experience providing CBT services to offender population.

 

Highly Desirable:

  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Experience in working with co-occurring conditions

 

 

 

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