HealthRight360/Prototypes set the standard for comprehensive, integrated, evidence-based services. To be most effective in assisting in our clients' recovery, Prototypes' substance use disorder (SUD) treatment programs are designed to provide comprehensive, evidence-based treatment services for individuals aged 18 and older. Outpatient and intensive outpatient programs are available as well as services designed specifically for pregnant and parenting mothers, for parents who have an open case with child protective services, and for adults in the criminal or family court systems. All of our staff members are specially trained to assist clients with these unique issues in individual and group service formats.
The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Clinical Team Leader (CTL) is a masters or above level Licensed practitioner of the healing arts (LPHA) registered with the BBS or CBP. The SUD CTL aids in clinical oversight of staff to Program supervisor to ensure provision of quality client care and effective team performance to meet agency goals in accordance with HealthRIGHT 360’s philosophy, goals, policies, mission and vision. The SUD CTL is responsible for providing direct service as necessary and within scope of practice, which may include crisis intervention, assessments, individual services, group services, case conferences, and treatment plans as assigned by the manager. The SUD CTL helps with overseeing client care as it relates to staff scheduling, outside agency relations, and other tasks as assigned by the Program supervisor, as well as other daily activities essential to incorporating the agencies mission and values as a part of our service delivery.