Be a part of a team that focuses on hope, transformation and recovery every day! Join Casa Treatment Center as we support our patients battling addiction.
Founded in 1967, Casa is one of the only treatment centers in Southern California designed to specifically meet the needs of women in recovery. Casa Treatment Center is a residential, outpatient, and sober living substance abuse facility headquartered in Pasadena. Casa is licensed by the State of California Department of Health Care Services and accredited as a behavioral health care program by the Joint Commission.
This Opportunity after completing probation period:
• Comprehensive Benefits Package: Employer Paid Health/Dental/Vision Benefits, and Life Insurance
• Generous Paid Time Off plans
• 403 B – Simple IRA with company match
Job Summary: The Case Manager position reports directly to the Clinical Director and provides direct client care and case management services. The Case Manager position is a full-time position Monday to Saturdays, and/or evenings.
• Case Management: Perform biopsychosocial evaluation, present findings in Case Management meetings and incorporate Medical Director, Clinical Director and other leaders input into treatment plan.
• Client Education: Inform clients about the various tools and skills that will assist them with treatment.
• Client Counseling: Assist client in motivation and self-discovery utilizing clinical interventions. Knowledge of Motivational Interviewing techniques are vital.
• Treatment Planning: Work closely with client to develop individualized treatment plan and SMART goals integrating the client’s strengths, needs, abilities and preferences.
• Care Coordination: Coordinate client care with outside service providers as indicated by client treatment plan.
• Group Facilitation: Design, facilitate and document groups as assigned by program leadership.
• Electronic Health Records (SAGE): Complete and document client progress in the SAGE system as defined by agency Policies and Procedures.
• Crisis Management: The counselor is responsible for assisting clients in distress, guiding toward emotional regulation and stabilization.
This position is best filled by individuals who are open-minded, non-judgmental, thoughtful, patient, detail oriented, organized, able to adapt to changing priorities. Experience with SAGE and the Drug Medi-Cal model is required.
• Current and valid certification as an addiction treatment counselor with one of the state credentialed certification boards.
• Schedule flexibility: Casa IOP programs run 6 days per week and include some evenings.
• Must have computer skills required to be proficient in daily job functions and the ability to multitask and prioritize.
• Ability to work in and adapt to the culture of a multi-cultural, community-based organization that serves a culturally diverse population reflective of Southern CA.
• CPR/First Aid Certification
• A TB test within the last year
• Valid CA Driver’s License
• Drug/alcohol testing
• COVID-19 protocols in place; we always require temperature checks and mask use. Face shields available
• This position requires that the employee be able to walk up and down stairs and lift 20 lbs.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of duties being performed by people assigned to this job classification and position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of the employee. Employee may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities as needed to address agency initiatives.
Staff must adhere to the overall agency policies, procedures, guidelines, and philosophy of our program including being a positive role model for participants. Discretion must always be maintained, protecting participant confidentiality is of primary importance.
Casa Treatment Center is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or equal veteran status.