Primary Responsibilities include:
for intake and assessment of individuals seeking services for appropriate level
of care, utilizing approved screening and assessment tools, including LOCADTR.
for completion of assessment and admission documentation as dictated by OASAS
822 regulations and the outpatient policy and procedures manual.
for the coordination of health assessments and psychiatric evaluations with
appropriate medical staff.
for explaining treatment process to participants, including the program consent
for treatment, program rules and regulations, confidentiality and other consent
forms. Responsible for making referrals to outside providers as necessary.
a listing of referral agencies with contact names and phone numbers, and
maintains contact with these agencies for ongoing recruitment and referral
in weekly case conference meeting as well as weekly individual supervision
for assigning consumers to a Primary Clinician.
individual, group, and family counseling as needed.
all other assignments as given by the Program Director, or Clinical
Qualifications and Requirements includes
- Bachelor's degree in Human Service related major
required; Master's degree preferred
- Qualified Health Professional (QHP) preferred
- 1 year of experience working in in an OASAS
funded facility preferred
with MS Office (Outlook, Word and Excel)
with Electronic Health Record (EHR) preferred
Spanish a plus
time, Monday- Friday; some evenings required
shared between Hicksville and Hempstead location
- Medical, dental,
life, supplemental life, STD/LTD insurance, and employer contributed pension
- Accessibility to other voluntary benefits such as TDA, flexible
spending account, AFLAC cancer care and personal accident insurance
- 20 vacation days, 12 sick days, 4 personal days, 11 holidays and 2
floating holidays per year.