Full time position for mobile treatment team. Provides drug and alcohol treatment and recovery support. Certification in Drug and Alcohol Counseling required.
Generous benefits package.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Heroin Recovery Forums on Oct. 16, Oct. 18, Nov. 2, Nov. 7.
Gain Insight On:
♦ The signs to look for
♦ Who to Call for Help
♦ Current drug/alcohol trends & prevenon strategies
♦ Local Treatment Opons
♦ The Recovery Life of a Heroin Addict
♦ Narcan Training
♦ A typical bedroom of a heroin user
♦ Talk with local treatment providers
Position: Psychiatrist or Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
FLSA STATUS: Exempt, Full-Time
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Prescriber must have formal training as a Medical Doctor with Psychiatry specialty or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse or Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner with Psychiatric-Mental Health specialty, board certified by a national body, able to practice legally in Maryland. Previous experience working with individuals with serious mental illness and Professional Liability Insurance required.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Prescriber works collaboratively within the Mobile Treatment Team to provide culturally competent mental health and/or Substance Use Disorder services to individuals served by the team.
Please forward resumes to Randy Holliday at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer SUD treatment in 6 locations on the MidShore! Please call 410. 758.2211 for more information.
From the Chestertown SPY:
When Carin Miller’s son was about 19 years old, he began to abuse heroin by snorting pills, eventually moving on to shooting up. This went on for six years before he got help.
Lucas Miller’s history of drug use started in high school with smoking marijuana. When he moved out of his parents’ house, one of his housemates had access to between 750 to 1,500 pills at any given time between five houses located in Frederick, Maryland.
“My son was addicted to heroin, he’s in recovery by the grace of God since Thanksgiving 2014, I think that’s where we are at,” Miller said.
Opioid overdoses now rank with cancer, strokes and heart attacks among the top killers in Maryland.
Read the full SPY article: Opioid and Heroin Overdoses Have Reached ‘Crisis Level’ In Maryland