Recovery Coach - 214 RSD

Job Overview

Residential Step-Down Program (RSD) is a 64 bed residential step-down program that provides our clients with a transitional housing for up to one year. Once enrolled in the RSD program clients will be assigned a Recovery Coach to help and guide clients through the RSD program. RSD clients will need to be enrolled in a AOD Out Patient Program. The Out Patient Team works closely with the Recovery Coach's and the Program manager to ensure the best treatment and care possible to our clients.

Recovery Coach is responsible for assessing client needs and strengths in support of health and recovery. Through individual coaching with program specific requirements and case management, Recovery Coach assists clients in navigating systems of care while providing a supportive recovery environment. Recovery Coaches are responsible for maintaining and assessing the safety and security of the program and its residents through continued house runs while providing a supportive environment. Through effective communication, Recovery Coaches relay relevant information to other members of the interdisciplinary team and performs crisis intervention as needed. Recovery Coaches ensure that the facility environment is safe and welcoming.

Key Responsibilities

Individual Responsibilities: Provides direct services such as intakes, assessment, crisis intervention, and case management as needed. Responsible for retention and completion of clients, facilitates individual coaching sessions with each caseload client.  Provides learning experience opportunities and offers support to assist clients in meeting their long term recovery goals. Proactively links clients to both internal and external resources based on their recovery needs and follows up on the progress/status. Performs house runs to ensure and maintain accountability of all clients and the safety and security of the facility.  Performs crisis intervention and communicates with treatment team as unforeseen situations arise. The Recovery Coaches documents client updates and incidents in the facility log daily, performs CPR and First Aid as needed, and work weekends and holidays as needed.

 

Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Education Required:

  • High School diploma or equivalent 
  • First Aid Certified within 30 days of employment 
  • CPR Certified within 30 days of employment
  • A valid California driver’s license 

 Desired:

  • Drug and Alcohol Registration/Certification recognized by DHCS 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field  

 Background Clearance Required:

  • Must not be on active parole or probation  

 

Compensation: $36,000.00
Type: Hourly/ Non-exempt
Benefits: HealthRIGHT 360 offers a competitive benefits package.
City: San Francisco, CA
Hours/wk: 40

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