We are looking to build our team of residential substance use disorder counselors at our all-male, dual diagnosis program in the Alamo Square neighborhood of San Francisco. Ideal candidates have AOD/SUD registration or certification, skills in facilitating both group and individual treatment services, as well as experience working with multicultural communities and people impacted by substance use, mental health, and criminal justice issues. SUD Counselors are responsible for assessing client needs and strengths, monitoring and ensuring safety of clients, providing and documenting treatment services in accordance with program specific requirements, and facilitating case management to assist clients in navigating systems of care and connecting to ongoing services and support. The role offers hands-on training and supervision, as well as ample opportunities for professional growth.
890 is a withdrawal management and residential treatment program serving males with substance use and other mental health disorders. It is a 115-bed trauma-informed program staffed by an interdisciplinary clinical team of substance abuse counselors, nurses, and therapists working in coordination with medical and psychiatry services. 890 utilizes evidence-based curricula to provide group counseling, individual counseling, psychotherapy, and a community concept to care for some of San Francisco’s most vulnerable adults. Our goal is to serve clients in an environment where they feel supported and accepted so they can begin their recovery in a safe and peaceful setting.