Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona
  • Tucson, AZ, USA
  • DOE
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Full healthcare package, 10 holidays, vacation, sick leave, and 403(b) Plan


Catholic Community Services

Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona strengthens families, supports communities, provides
compassionate services, and strives for excellence. For more information visit our website at:
www.ccs-soaz.org

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Position: Recovery Coach

Southern Region: Covers Cochise, Yuma and Pima County.

A Recovery Coach for Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T (AFF) service provides specialized substance abuse treatment services to individuals, parents, caregivers and families referred by the Department of Child Safety (DCS) whose substance abuse is a barrier to strengthening, stabilizing, preserving and reunifying with their families, and promoting self-sufficiency in the workplace. AFF provides an array of structured interventions to reduce or eliminate abuse and dependence on alcohol and other drugs and to address other adverse conditions related to substance abuse. Interventions range from outpatient, inpatient and residential settings including detoxification, methadone maintenance and recovery support services. Southern Region: Covers Yuma County.

Services may include, but are not limited to parenting education, substance abuse counseling, communication skills training, domestic violence intervention and/or education, behavioral management/modification, and development of linkages to community resources. May drive company or personal vehicle on agency business.

The Recovery Coach's goals of initial outreach are to establish rapport with the client, address client hesitancies and any other barriers to attending treatment and obtain consent to release confidential substance use information. The role of the coach is critical to providing the client a "peer mentor" who has experienced involvement with child welfare as well as substance abuse or behavioral health treatment and demonstrates a successful substance-free recovery journey. The coach who can engage, assist and relate to the challenges faced by the client and family has a greater likelihood of maintaining the client engaged in treatment. The Recovery Coach works closely with the assigned Case Coordinator to assist the client and family to engage in treatment and supports that assist them to reach greater stability and parental capacity.

Benefits of a Recovery Coach

Up to 27 paid days off during your first year, including 10 paid holidays

Health Insurance (CCS covers nearly 100 percent of cost of employee coverage)

Dental Insurance

Vision Insurance

Life Insurance

Long Term Disability Insurance

Voluntary short-term disability, hospital confinement indemnity; accident, critical illness insurance

403(b)

Section 125 Healthcare Reimbursement Account

Section 125 Dependent Care Reimbursement Account

Ongoing training and development

Minimum Qualifications of a Recovery Coach

Suitable work experience may be considered as transferable skills in order to meet minimum requirements of the position and will be considered by the Corporate Director of Human Resources.

  • H.S. Diploma or GED
  • One year of continuous work experience
  • Has been a behavioral health service recipient or substance use treatment recipient
  • Has been a parent, guardian, or custodian in a DCS investigation or ongoing services case, and has completed the goals and objectives related to substance abuse treatment and recovery maintenance, resulting in AFF client and clinician agreement on AFF case closure, and whose DCS case has been closed for at least one year
  • Has remained substance-free for a minimum of one year following treatment
  • Is at least 21 years of age
  • Is a paraprofessional with training and/or certification in a substance use disorder or Recovery Coach Program. All Recovery Coaches shall meet the requirements and qualifications as outlined in AHCCCS AMPM963 policy
  • Ability to relate to families of varied lifestyles, backgrounds, and ethnicities
  • Must be flexible and able to work with the uniqueness of each client
  • Must be sensitive to cultural differences within the agency and community
  • Must be able to stoop, bend, squat, sit on floor and ambulate over uneven floor surfaces including stairs and steps
  • Requires considerable work outside of the office and substantial driving; requires evening and weekend work on occasion and willingness to be on-call for emergencies
  • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds
  • Pass pre-employment drug screening
  • Obtain State of Arizona Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card
  • Valid Arizona Driver License, proof of insurance and Arizona Motor Vehicle division 39 months Motor Vehicle Report
  • Shall not have been placed on probation or parole for the last thirty-six (36) months from present date.
  • Shall not have any civil, criminal, or juvenile restraining orders within the thirty-six (36) months from present date

Desired Qualifications of a Recovery Coach

  • Bachelor's degree in a Human Service or Behavior Health-related area
  • Additional years of directly related experience
  • Bilingual, English / Spanish verbal and written

The above statement reflects the general duties considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job.

We are an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer for all individuals. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

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