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How to Apply:

  • You must complete an Employment Application.
  • All information you submit is subject to verification.
  • Print in ink or type all information.
  • Notify the Human Resource Department in advance if you require special disability accommodations to participate in the employment process (513) 475-5351.
  • Submit application and resumes via:
    • E-mail: jobs@thecrossroadscenter.com
    • Mail:
      The Crossroads Center
      Attn: Human Resources Department
      311 Martin Luther King Drive East
      Cincinnati, OH 45219
    • Fax: 513-281-2571, Attn: Human Resource Department
    • Drop-off at front desk, Attn: Human Resource Department

Chemical Dependency Counselor

SUMMARY: Provides individual assessment and counseling services to the target population of self-referred and/or mandated clients (via outside legal or governmental entity) for outpatient substance abuse, medication assisted treatment for patients with or without mental health issues.

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree or Masters Degree; experience in behavioral health or related field

Mental Health and/or Chemical Dependency/ Addictions certification or equivalent experience

One year post graduate experience as counselor preferred.

Ability to work effectively with adults with emotional and/or chemical dependency/addiction problems; to collaborate as an interdisciplinary team member; to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; to organize work and manage time effectively and meet productivity standards.

LSW/LISW, LPC/LPCC

Duties and Responsibilities Summary:

·Provides professional counseling services to patients and their families that are enrolled in the Medication Assisted Treatment Program

· Identifies and counsels the social and psychosocial well being of clients and families as it relates to social, cultural, spiritual, vocational and personal circumstances and environments.

· Evaluates data gathered in the treatment plan. Establishes linkage with community resources.

· Consults with supervisors and managers concerning appropriate handling of patients with issues related to chemical dependency/ addictions, trauma and stress management.

· Assists with design and implementation of mechanisms for evaluation of utilization of service, client satisfaction, supervisor satisfaction and program efficacy.

· Plans discharges and transfers of patients.

· Documents each patient’s progress in a timely manner.

· Meets regularly with the Program Director and/or Clinical Supervisor to communicate relevant issues and to ensure success in direct service goals.

· Abides by all rules and regulations.

· Attends all mandatory in-service training, regular departmental staff meetings and other meetings as required.

· Other duties as assigned.

The Crossroads Center is an equal opportunity employer.


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