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Hope Village’s mission is to provide a solution-based, innovative model of recovery services to those affected by addiction. We achieve successful outcomes through the highest clinical standards, person centered, and trauma informed care.

We believe that ALL PEOPLE can improve and change their lives with the right support systems in place. Hope Village developed unique services that aim to bridge the gaps where people fall through the cracks of the system and it has made us an integral part of the recovery community.

If you are looking to make a difference in your community and join a growing team, review our current open positions.
Do not see the position you are looking for? We are always accepting applications.

Case Manager

Hope Village is excited to have the opportunity to add a new office site in Windham, Ohio. This position will support the startup of this site. Planned services in Windham include Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization Programs, individual counseling, case management, peer support, family/couples counseling, and supplemental group counseling.

Location: 9005 Wilvern Drive, Windham, OH 44288

$15-$17 per hour Expected retention bonus Medical benefits, PTO
Essential Functions
  • Contribute to development and implement an individual treatment plan collaboratively with each client and the treatment team. Treatment plans include problems, goals, and measurable objectives. Work as a member of an interdisciplinary team with Hope Village to improve integrated care.
  • Provide interventions, information, community referrals, screening and emergency services to clients of Hope Village.
  • Conduct screenings/intake assessments and make recommendations for therapy and services or medication as indicated for clients.
  • Preform all assessment and treatment functions with a trauma focused, client centered approach to care.
  • Be familiar with and understand that there are multiple pathways to recovery and willingness to explore this from a client center approach.
  • Continually monitor and evaluate each client’s progression through their case management plan, and develop corrective action revisions to the plan as needed.
  • Coordinate care with all other professionals involved in client’s case from Hope Village or other outside agencies.
  • Provide crisis intervention to patients of Hope Village as required.
  • Provide case management, and individual skills training to clients as indicated in treatment plan.
  • Facilitate group sessions or co-facilitate IOP on topics relevant to recovery from addiction.
  • Full understanding and ability to use DSM 5, ICD 10 and ASAM level of care to determine appropriate diagnosis and treatment recommendations for clients.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the treatment of mental health and addiction as co-occurring disorders and ability to implement in care for client.
  • Contact supervisor or designated back-up for clarifications of procedures or clinical assistance as needed.
  • Maintain a network of professional relationships with relevant service providers in Portage County.
  • Work closely in collaboration with clients to engage them in the decision-making process and help them understand the benefits of assessment and accessing the appropriate level of care as indicated in the assessment and treatment plan.
  • Complete paperwork requirements and maintain quality, up-to-date clinical records, including billing in client records within 24 hours.
  • Ensures that all records and documentation meet HIPAA, Medicaid, OMHAS and CARF standards. Fully understands and applies all Ohio Medicaid rules for treatment, documentation and billing.
  • Participates in regular supervision, team meetings, staff in services and ongoing training at Hope Village and also maintains all required hours for license renewal.
  • Maintains professionalism at all times. Engages in a team capacity and will take on additional duties as needed or assigned.
  • Meets productivity standards of 60% consistently.
Qualifications
  • Associate degree or higher..
  • Acceptable licenses are: CDCA, LCDC II or LCDC III, LSW. Must maintain a professional license and stay current (not revoked, suspended, or lapsed in registration), valid and unrestricted.
  • Knowledge and understanding of documentation per Medicaid standards in proper implementation.
  • Ability to keep up and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in a treatment setting, 2 years experience preferred.

IOP Evening Counselor

We will apply best practices and combine evidence-based methods, so clients can access & engage their own path to freedom from active addiction. Our primary focus is outcomes-based treatment and interventions while offering a client-centered, trauma-informed approach to care.

Up to $25 per hour Expected retention bonus Medical benefits, PTO
Essential Functions
  • Performs assessment and diagnostics on all clients who are referred to services for substance abuse and mental health disorders and screen for the appropriate level of care and service need including detoxification, medication assisted treatment, residential treatment, housing and basic needs, medical care or psychiatry and ensure appropriate linkage to services.
  • Performs all assessment and treatment functions with a trauma focused, client centered approach to care.
  • Conduct screenings/intake assessments and make recommendations for therapy and services or medication as indicated for clients.
  • Preform all assessment and treatment functions with a trauma focused, client centered approach to care.
  • Full understanding and ability to use DSM 5, ICD 10 and ASAM level of care to determine appropriate diagnosis and treatment recommendations for clients.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the treatment of mental health and addiction as co-occurring disorders and ability to implement in care for client.
  • Works closely in collaboration with clients to engage them in the decision-making process and help them understand the benefits of assessment and treatment and accessing the appropriate level of care as indicated in the assessment and treatment plan.
  • Partners with client to develop comprehensive treatment plan that is time limited, measurable and attainable for client.
  • Facilitates evening IOP group, individual and family sessions as delineated in the treatment plan. Engage with clients and/or family members with a client-centered, inclusive and trauma-informed that are specific to the needs of the client in their treatment and using current and accepted treatment modalities and interventions that are evidence-based.
  • Familiar with and understands multiple pathways to recovery explore these from a client centered approach.
  • Coordinates care with all other professionals involved in client’s case from Hope Village or other outside agencies./li>
  • Completes paperwork requirements and maintain quality, up-to-date clinical records, including billing in client records within 24 hours.
  • Ensures that all records and documentation meet HIPAA, HITECH, Medicaid, OMHAS and CARF standards. Fully understands and applies all Ohio Medicaid rules for treatment, documentation and billing.
  • Participates in regular supervision, team meetings, staff in services and ongoing training at Hope Village and also maintains all required hours for license renewal.
  • Maintains professionalism at all times.
  • Engages in a team capacity and will take on additional duties as needed or assigned.
  • Meets productivity standards of 50% consistently (50% of billable hours will be face to face with clients).
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree or higher. Must possess a license from the State of Ohio that allows for the practice of Clinical Addictions Services.
  • Acceptable licenses are: LPC, LSW, LISW, LPCC. Must maintain a professional license and stay current (not revoked, suspended, or lapsed in registration), valid and unrestricted. Supervisory endorsement preferred.
  • Knowledge and understanding of documentation per Medicaid standards in proper implementation.
  • Ability to keep up and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in a treatment setting, 2 years experience preferred.

Peer Supporter

Provide Peer Support to community referrals, Recovery housing residents, Hope Village clients, Probationers, and other Peers in need of recovery support. At Hope Village, there is one belief that gets us going every morning and that keeps us working into the night hours…. ALL PEOPLE can improve and change their lives. The innovative model at Hope Village of Recovery is individualized and designed to produce a long-term sustainable recovery. We are a trauma-focused agency and committed to agency-wide training for this because we believe that if we don’t treat the trauma, we can’t effectively treat the addiction.

Locations: 3975 Kenneth Drive, Rootstown, OH 44272 and 9005 Wilvern Drive, Windham, OH 44288. Mileage reimbursement included.

 

$15-$17 per hour Expected retention bonus Medical benefits, PTO
Essential Functions
  • Creating a Wellness Recovery Action Plan with Peers.
  • Develop a Recovery Capital Score and work with Peers on building recovery capital.
  • Conduct screenings/intake assessments and make recommendations for therapy and services or medication as indicated for clients.
  • Regularly meet at/with community stakeholders to facilitate transfers.
  • Be available for after hours calls to facilitate emergency services if and when necessary.
  • Provide feedback regarding clients to treatment team about recommendations for individual treatment plan and implement individual treatment plan collaboratively with each client and the treatment team.
  • Coordinate care with all other professionals involved in the client’s case from Hope Village or other outside agencies. Refer client to the treatment team for crisis intervention at Hope Village as required.
  • Provide interventions, information, support, individual skills training, community referrals, screening, and emergency services to Peers.
  • Provide treatment functions with a trauma informed, client centered approach to care and from a peer perspective.
  • The ability to know and understand that there are multiple pathways to recovery and willingness to explore this from a client center approach.
  • Continually monitor and evaluate each client’s progression and provide regular feedback to the treatment team.
  • Contact supervisor or designated back-up for clarifications of procedures or clinical assistance as needed.
  • Coordinate programs outside at other locations, agencies, institutions providing peer support and coordinating referrals with accurate outcomes data.
  • Maintain a network of professional relationships with relevant service providers in the peer’s community.
  • Work closely in collaboration with clients to engage them in the decision-making process and help them understand the benefits of assessment and treatment and accessing the appropriate level of care as indicated in the assessment and treatment plan.
  • Complete paperwork requirements and maintain quality, up-to-date clinical records, including billing in client records within 24 hours. Ensures that all records and documentation meet HIPAA, Medicaid, OMHAS and CARF standards. Fully understands and applies all Ohio Medicaid rules for treatment, documentation, and billing.
  • Participates in regular supervision, team meetings, staff in services and ongoing training at Hope Village and maintains all required hours for license renewal.
  • Assist Peers in accessing benefits, including transportation, completion of forms and applications, and provide follow-up, as necessary.
  • Attend Agency and community meetings to provide advocacy and input for the population being served.
  • Assist in crisis resolution using the least restrictive interventions, including linking the participant to mental health and other emergency services.
  • Observes all rules of confidentiality as it relates to participant and Agency information, both internally and in dealing with outside individuals and/or agencies.
  • Always maintains professionalism.
  • Engages in a team capacity and will take on additional duties as needed or assigned.
  • Meets productivity standards.
Qualifications
  • GED or higher. Must possess certification from the State of Ohio to be a Peer Supporter.
  • Strong writing skills, attention to detail, and computer knowledge.
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Minimum One year in Recovery
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, employees. and the public.
  • Must be well organized.

Specialty Docket Counselor

Performs assessment and diagnostics on all clients who are referred to services for substance abuse and mental health disorders for the specialty dockets (HOPE Court, RISE, Court, STAR Court) in Portage County. Screen for the appropriate level of care and service needs including detoxification, medication-assisted treatment, residential treatment, housing and basic needs, medical care or psychiatry and ensure appropriate recommendations for service linkage for those referred by the specialty dockets.

 

$46,000-$52,000/year Expected retention bonus Medical benefits, PTO
Essential Functions
  • Perform assessment functions for all referrals for Portage County Specialty Docket Courts including diagnostic assessment and assessment updates, intervention in lieu of conviction reports, and specialty docket eligibility reports.
  • Perform all assessment and treatment functions with a trauma informed, client centered approach to care.
  • Possess full understanding and ability to use DSM 5, ICD 10 and ASAM level of care to determine appropriate diagnosis and treatment recommendations for clients.
  • Possess knowledge and understanding of the treatment of mental health and addiction as co-occurring disorders and ability to implement in care for client.
  • Work closely in collaboration with clients to engage them in the decision-making process and help them understand the benefits of assessment and treatment and accessing the appropriate level of care as indicated in the assessment and treatment plan.
  • Attend specialty docket treatment teams to report assessment findings and recommendations.
  • Partner with client to develop comprehensive treatment plan that is time limited, measurable and attainable for client.
  • Conduct group, individual and family sessions as delineated in the treatment plan.
  • Engage with clients and/or family members with a client centered, inclusive and trauma informed that are specific to the needs of the client in their treatment and using current and accepted treatment modalities and interventions that are evidence based.
  • Assist in the consultation and development of therapeutic interventions for specialty docket treatment teams.
  • Provide therapeutic support to specialty docket clients for de-escalation and crisis intervention, as needed.
  • Possess knowledge and understand that there are multiple pathways to recovery and willingness to explore this from a client-centered approach.
  • Coordinate care with all other professionals involved in client’s case from Hope Village, specialty docket teams, or other outside agencies.
  • Complete paperwork requirements and maintain quality, up-to-date clinical records, including billing in client records within 24 hours.
  • Ensure that all records and documentation meet HIPAA, HITECH, Medicaid, OMHAS and CARF standards. Fully understands and applies all Ohio Medicaid rules for treatment, documentation and billing.
  • Participate in regular supervision, team meetings, staff in-services and ongoing training at Hope Village and also maintains all required hours for license renewal.
  • Maintain professionalism at all times.
  • Engage in a team capacity and will take on additional duties as needed or assigned.
  • Meets productivity standards established by supervisor and determined by job function.
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree or higher. Must possess a license from the State of Ohio that allows for the practice of Clinical Addictions Services.
  • Acceptable licenses are: LPC, LSW, LISW, LCDCIII, LICDC, LPCC. Must maintain a professional license and stay current (not revoked, suspended, or lapsed in registration), valid and unrestricted. Supervisory endorsement preferred.
  • Knowledge and understanding of documentation per Medicaid standards in proper implementation.
  • Experience in collaboration with criminal justice entities.
  • Ability to keep up and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in a treatment setting.

Counselor

Performs assessment and diagnostics on all clients who are referred to services for substance abuse and mental health disorders and screen for the appropriate level of care and service need including detoxification, medication-assisted treatment, residential treatment, housing and basic needs, medical care or psychiatry and ensure appropriate linkage to services.

Locations: 3975 Kenneth Drive, Rootstown, OH 44272 and 9005 Wilvern Drive, Windham, OH 44288

 

$45,000-$55,000/year Retention bonus Medical benefits, PTO
Essential Functions
  • Performs all assessment and treatment functions with a trauma focused, client centered approach to care.
  • Full understanding and ability to use DSM 5, ICD 10 and ASAM level of care to determine appropriate diagnosis and treatment recommendations for clients.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the treatment of mental health and addiction as co-occurring disorders and ability to implement in care for client.
  • Works closely in collaboration with clients to engage them in the decision-making process and help them understand the benefits of assessment and treatment and accessing the appropriate level of care as indicated in the assessment and treatment plan.
  • Partners with client to develop comprehensive treatment plan that is time limited, measurable and attainable for client.
  • Conducts group, individual and family sessions as delineated in the treatment plan. Engage with clients and/or family members with a client centered, inclusive and trauma informed that are specific to the needs of the client in their treatment and using current and accepted treatment modalities and interventions that are evidence based.
  • Familiar with and understands multiple pathways to recovery explore these from a client centered approach.
  • Coordinates care with all other professionals involved in client’s case from Hope Village or other outside agencies.
  • Completes paperwork requirements and maintain quality, up-to-date clinical records, including billing in client records within 24 hours.
  • Ensures that all records and documentation meet HIPAA, HITECH, Medicaid, OMHAS and CARF standards.
  • Fully understands and applies all Ohio Medicaid rules for treatment, documentation and billing.
  • Participates in regular supervision, team meetings, staff in services and ongoing training at Hope Village and also maintains all required hours for license renewal.Maintains professionalism at all times.
  • Engages in a team capacity and will take on additional duties as needed or assigned.
  • Meets productivity standards of 50% consistently (50% of billable hours will be face to face with clients).
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree or higher. Must possess a license from the State of Ohio that allows for the practice of Clinical Addictions Services.
  • Acceptable licenses are: LPC, LSW, LISW, LCDCIII, LICDC, LPCC. Must maintain a professional license and stay current (not revoked, suspended, or lapsed in registration), valid and unrestricted. Supervisory endorsement preferred.
  • Knowledge and understanding of documentation per Medicaid standards in proper implementation.
  • Experience in collaboration with criminal justice entities.
  • Ability to keep up and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in a treatment setting.

Contact Us

330-850-5141
3975 Kenneth Drive
Rootstown, Ohio 44272
info@hopevillagerecovery.com

Contact Us

330-850-5141
3975 Kenneth Drive
Rootstown, Ohio 44272
info@hopevillagerecovery.com