This Peer Recovery Coach (PRC) position is an at-will, exempt year-round part-time position. The role is supervised by the clinical director and requires flexible hours Monday-Saturday between the hours of 8 am to 8 pm.
Responsibilities May Include:
• PRC are individuals in recovery who have lived experience with addiction and/
or co-occurring mental health disorders and are trained to help their peers with a similar experience to gain hope, explore recovery, and achieve life goals.
• Must share recovery experience and use coaching and mentoring techniques to support someone contemplating recovery or in recovery and discuss new strategies for developing recovery-supportive friendships, reconnecting with family, improving family relationships, and identifying and using recovery-community networks.
• Will support client in making positive life changes and developing skills to facilitate their recovery.
• Will support client to develop a wellness plan.
• Provides individual, group, and family mentoring in accordance with assigned client needs.
• Assesses client’s or family’s needs and eligibility for services.
• Provides support/mentoring to clients in accordance with applicable credentials.
• Maintains family contact regarding client adjustments.
• Participates in interdisciplinary treatment planning meetings/peer supervision.
• Develops and maintains client case records, notes, treatment plans and reports.
• Establishes and maintains effective working relationships within the agency, community, and referral sources.
• Ability to communicate effectively with professionals and clients/families.
• Ability to make sound decisions in emergency situations.
• Ability to make accurate assessments and provide appropriate treatment.
• Spanish fluency is a bonus.
• Other duties as assigned
Key Competencies Required:
• Strong presentation skills
• Clear thinking and communication
• Collaboration skills
• Time management skills
• Computer literacy
• Exceptional clinical skills
• Attention to detail
• Highly organized and motivated
• Ability to engage with and relate positively to diverse audiences
• High School Diploma or a GED, LADCA
• Must be engaged in their own personal recovery and share real-world knowledge and experiences with others who are on their own recovery path.
• Strong interpersonal and communications skills (oral and written)
Responsibilities Will Include:
1. Clinical caseload of direct care of peer recovery coaching.
2. Utilization Review Committee (URC), insurance and state audits
3. Data entry, documentation, duty-to-warn
4. Proficiency in intakes, safety planning and treatment plans
5. Other responsibilities as needed
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