Eden Prairie, MN
Chemical Dependency Counselor – LADC (Casual/On Call – Weekends)
Pride Institute, the nation’s first and leading provider of chemical dependency and mental health treatment services to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, is seeking an experienced a Casual/On-Call Chemical Dependency Counselor (LADC) to become part of our team.
Pride Institute Chemical Dependency Counselor LADC
Pride Institute operates a Rule 31 Residential and Intensive Outpatient programs in both Eden Prairie and Minneapolis. We provide integrated treatment services for adults (aged 18+) with chemical dependency, sexual compulsivity, and co-occurring disorders.
Successful candidates will possess the following required qualifications:
- Hold a permanent LADC license, or be eligible to provide chemical dependency treatment services under Minnesota 9530.6450, subpart 5.
- Have 2-years experience treating clients with co-occurring disorders.
This position reports to the Director of Clinical Services.
Intended hours are every-other-weekend with the possibility of picking up additional hours.
Knowledge of CARF Behavioral Health Standards and Minnesota Rule 31 helpful.
EDUCATION: Must have at least a Bachelor’s Degree and possess licensure in Alcohol and Drug Counseling (LADC). Must have completed 12-contact hours in Co-Occurring Disorders. Must have completed coursework in Adolescent Development.
EXPERIENCE: Two (2) years experience Knowledge, experience and/or expertise with LGBT population, co-occurring disorders, and cognitive-behavioral counseling approaches.
LICENSE: Must be licensed by the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC).
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Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) has built an impressive record of continuous achievement and performance since it was founded in 1978 by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Alan B. Miller.
We’re now a Fortune 500 corporation with approximately $7.5 billion in annual revenue that produced net income of more than $452 million in 2013.
UHS subsidiaries own and operate 225 facilities, including 25 acute care hospitals, 195 behavioral health facilities and three surgery centers in 37 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and employ more than 65,000 people.