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Job Title:  DSP / PRN
Location:  16338 N IL HWY 37, Mt. Vernon, IL  62864

Must be DSP trained.  Minimum high school diploma required. Valid Illinois drivers license, verified driving history and clear background check.  Duties
include working with a wide range of individuals with disabilities in a workshop or a community setting.  EEOC.  
Job Title:  CMA or LPN or EMT
Location:  16338 N IL HWY 37, Mt. Vernon, IL  62864

CMA or LPN or EMT needed to work in our Behavioral Healthcare Services Program.  Competitive salary and benefits.  EEOC.
Job Title:  SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESIDENTIAL AIDE (SARA) or CNA
Location:  16338 N IL Hwy 37, Mt. Vernon, IL  62864

Full Time and PRN.  Minimum high school diploma required.  Prior experience in nurses aide training, first aid, CNA, and CPR desirable.  Ability to relate
well to people.  Good writing and verbal skills.  Variable schedule with on-call.  EEOC

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16338 N IL HWY 37
Mt. Vernon, IL  62864
Job Title:  CRISIS LINE WORKER
Location:  16338 N IL Hwy 37, Mt. Vernon, IL  62864

On a contractual basis, provides on-call crisis intervention and response to Crisis Line calls. Response may be face-to-face or via telephone. Response
may be to hospital, jail, social service agency.  Bachelor's Degree in psychology, social work, rehabilitation or related field. Experience preferred in the
area of crisis intervention but not mandatory. Excellent verbal and written skills. Ability to work well with other agencies. Must have transportation with
appropriate vehicle insurance. Other qualifications as required by finders. EEOC.

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16338 N IL Hwy 37
Mt. Vernon, IL  62864

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Job Title:  SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR
Location:  16338 N IL Hwy 37, Mt. Vernon, IL  62864

Full-time.  Bachelor's degree in behavioral sciences; Ability to work in a team approach, relate well to clients and referral sources. Excellent written and
verbal communication skills and organizational skills. (In accordance with OASA regulations, persons in this position must obtain CADC or higher
certification or equivalent, approved licensure within 24 months of employment in the substance abuse treatment field with all present and previous
employers).Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator or other qualified treatment supervisor, is responsible for evaluation and treatment for
substance abusers and/or their families in the Residential Rehab, Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Halfway House programs..