The ReStart residential program provides substance use treatment services for to up to ten adolescents ages 13 to 17. The youth are provided with a safe and structured setting to help them focus on achieving emotional stability, coping skills, and behavioral change, leading to a new lifestyle independent of self-destructive and/or addictive behavior. The Residential Treatment Counselor provides individualized care and supervision of clients. As a resdidential program we have a variety of shifts available for PT Friday & Saturday 3-11pm (16hrs), and Sunday 7am-3pm (8hrs) or our overnight 3rd shift which carries a +$3 differential Friday & Saturday 11p-7am (16hrs)
- Logging regarding clients’ behavior and whereabouts, incident reports, maintenance requests, medication charting, if needed, police and missing persons’ reports for clients still missing at night, and similar responsibilities.
- Supervision of Clients/House Security: Consistently aware of physical location of clients throughout the night, given regular room and bed checks, facilitating clients in occupying appropriate locations.
- Oversee and participate in the cleaning of the home. Ensure morning chores are completed; inspect house for health and safety hazards; assist with program laundry.
- Develop rapport with clients based on trust, facilitate peer communication and support in the milieu, and instill a clear sense of personal boundaries.
- Enforce rules of program in a manner that is consistent with other team members and the program. Follow supervisory directives.
- Supervise youth’s daily health needs, particularly in completing the morning routines, communicate illnesses to day staff, distribute and chart medication, apply first aid.
- Be familiar with client’s individual treatment plans.
- Respond to client crisis situations
- Overnight RTC are expected to stay awake during his/her shift.
- Minimum of one year working full time providing direct service to adolescents OR other experience working in related residential and/or awake overnight care;
- Associate or BA degree and experience; OR registration as an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Counselor, meeting State of California requirements
- Fingerprint clearance through Dept. of Social Services Community Care Licensing
- Must be 21 years old or older
- Clearance of TB test, physical exam, fingerprints and any other mandatory State/Federal requirements.
- A valid California driver's license, personal automobile for use on the job, insurable by SHS’ insurance policy based on DMV record and personal vehicle insurance.
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