At American Addiction Centers, we take pride in our role as a national leader in addiction treatment. Together, we share a vision to revolutionize the care provided to the 20+ million adult Americans who need treatment for substance related disorders. To elevate the standard of care provided to our patients, we seek talented leaders, clinicians, and other healthcare professionals to join us in our efforts to provide exceptional clinical care. Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate, and innovative care to adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Through our empathy, our comprehensive and customized treatment plans, and our research-based programs we instill hope that long-term recovery is attainable. Our purpose and passion are to empower patients, their families, and our communities by helping individuals achieve recovery and optimal wellness of the mind, body, and spirit. We are seeking passionate leaders to become part of this movement.
The Program Director - Addiction Services for Veterans is responsible for lead generation and partnership within the Veteran community. They will be involved in planning, organizing, evaluating, and directing the delivery of quality client services within a defined substance abuse treatment program with a consideration on specialized programming and services geared for Veteran clients. Reviews clinical treatment services and results; ensures client satisfaction and evaluates efficacy of specialized programs. Supports CEO with compliance with the organization’s standards and objectives, applicable contracts, regulations and accreditation standards. Collaborates with program’s Veterans Case Manager staff in daily coordination of Veterans medical and case management needs while attending the program. Help set budgets, goals, and policies; and ensures effective implementation and administration of same.
Reports To: CEO
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