North County Serenity House, A Program of HealthRIGHT 360 was founded in 1966 to provide substance use disorder services in the community. North County Serenity House provides a gender-responsive and trauma-informed environment, using evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role that trauma frequently plays in substance use and criminal histories of women. For clients with co-occurring mental illness, we provide integrated substance use and mental health services which treat both conditions as primary. Our residential facility serves up to 120 women (with capacity for up to 20 children under 5 years of age) seeking recovery from substance use disorders.
The primary responsibilities of the Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA) Program Manager include providing supervision and staff development assistance for all direct reports as assigned by the Divisional Director, as well as the oversight of day to day program operations of the assigned North County Serenity program(s) that represent HealthRIGHT 360’s philosophy, goals, policies, mission and vision. The Program Manager is also responsible for other duties assigned by the Divisional Director which are essential to incorporating the agency’s mission and values into our service delivery. The primary objective of the Program Manager is to balance between contract responsibilities while providing the highest quality of care. The Program Manager is responsible for motivating and inspiring a high performing team. S/he will be responsible for developing and/or signing off on treatment plans, Diagnostic Determination Notes (DDNs), Level of Care (LOC) assessments, and any other clinical documents required by the agency, funder, or regulatory agencies.