North County Serenity House Outpatient, a program of HealthRIGHT 360, is a perinatal Behavioral Health program for women and parenting teen girls ages 15+. We offer intensive outpatient, outpatient, and recovery services to participants who struggle with Substance Use Disorders. We provide trauma-informed, gender-responsive services in a safe and comfortable environment to assist our participants in recovery life skills, development of healthy relationships, and relapse prevention. The participants who are served can receive individual therapy, family therapy, parent coaching, on-site childcare, advocacy with Child Welfare Services and Criminal Justice entities, supportive housing services, and case management, as well as an array of evidence-based groups. Our hope for every participant that we serve is to improve their quality of life, establish support systems, and develop healthy coping skills.
Admissions Coordinators are responsible for overseeing all aspects of participant entry into outpatient services. Assessing participant needs and strengths in support of health and recovery, overseeing orientation to programmatic culture and structure, and managing communication with referral sources. The Admission Coordinator is expected to communicate with appropriate funders and HealthRIGHT 360 personnel. Providing high quality customer service, Admissions Coordinators welcome participants to North County Serenity House (NCSH) outpatient services and accurately enters information into various electronic systems to complete the admissions process.