The Correctional Health Services- Substance Use Disorder (CHS-SUD) program is a collaboration between Correctional Health Services (CHS) and the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department (LASD) and establishes in-custody substance use disorder treatment services at the Century Regional Detention Facility (female general population) and Twin Towers Correctional Facility (co-occurring mental health needs). The CHS-SUD program is built upon evidence-based treatment models that address such issues as substance abuse, trauma, risk for criminal recidivism, and relapse prevention. The program addresses the varied needs of the inmate population, by offering programming focused on SUD education, treatment services with different levels of care, including group counseling services, case management, and community reintegration.
Clinical Supervisors are responsible for the clinical oversight of the day-to-day operations of the Correctional health Services- Substance Use Disorder (CHS-SUD) program at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that all clinical services are evidenced based, trauma informed, and are provided in a high quality manner, with a focus on outstanding customer service. Clinical Supervisor demonstrates ownership, leadership, strategic thinking, and the ability to motivate and inspire a high performing team.