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Intern

Department: Lakeland Outpatient
Location: Highland City, FL

Primary Duties and Responsibilities 

Participate in all activities related to the social, recreational, and occupational rehabilitation of clients in recovery from dual disorders, in a clinical setting.
 
May develop class material for social rehabilitation and basic living skills training classes; participates in classes and may lead in class discussions.
 
May develops activities for special programs and may serve on committees related to these programs.
 
Will confers with program supervisor and assigned clinical staff with regard to treatment at staff meetings, and provides/receives information on client participation in treatment and progress in treatment.
 
May assist persons served refer for substance abuse and mental health services for the purposes of discharge planning?
 
Assist in the development of new referral sources for persons served that may include half-way housing, transitional housing and mental health services.
 
Teaches alcohol/drug education classes and provides other educational services under the guidance of the assigned clinical staff or program supervisor.
 
May perform case management functions for persons served such as maintaining case records and coordinating additional services as needed.
 
May acts as a group leader/facilitator during group counseling sessions.

Performs other reasonable and related duties as requested.

Minimum Training and Experience

Requires a high school diploma or GED and preferably one-year (1) of full-time experience in a mental health or addictions treatment setting.  A two (2) years Degree in Human Services may be substituted for the one (1) years of experience.  Requires participation in a staff-training program.

 

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