AdCare Rhode Island is a 59-bed inpatient alcohol and drug treatment center with a mission of providing transformational recovery experiences to individuals struggling with substance dependence.
The state-of-the-art facility is nestled on 22 acres of peaceful New England woodland in historic North Kingstown. The campus is conveniently located just minutes away from both the airport and downtown Providence. AdCare RI is also located close to pristine beaches and recreational areas. The newly renovated facility is outfitted with semi-private rooms with baths, fitness center, basketball court, and many other amenities.
Facilitate a structured Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)C Clinician. 3-12 hours a week with availability for mornings or evenings. Able to work either South Kingston and/or Greenville offices. Maintain a clinically supportive environment for the patients. Provide crisis intervention as needed. Work in collaboration with the clinical team. Discuss and explain available outpatient treatment services upon completion of IOP. Provide patient progress updates to the primary clinician as needed. Assure that all clinical documentation is in accordance with AdCare, DPH, JCAHO and other standards as identified in their respective guidelines. Adhere to AdCare policies and mission statement.
All positions require a TST, MMR Titer, the ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening (including THC), and satisfactory criminal background records check.
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