Job Posting: Clinical Care Coordinator
The Fairfield County ADAMH Board is searching for a full-time Mental Health and Addiction Clinical Care Coordinator.
Duties: oversee contract agencies’ clinical and recovery support programs, involuntary hospitalization (probate) process, forensic monitor, quality assurance/utilization review/program auditing.
Required: master’s degree in behavioral health field, independent licensure. Mental health/addiction services experience preferred. Salary commensurate with qualifications.
Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11/20/15.
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We Want to Know
The ADAMH Board is taking a poll of the unmet needs of individuals and families having alcohol and drug addiction disorders. We want to hear your story. If you have needed any of the following services and have not been able to access them due to lack of insurance, high co-pays or high deductibles, we would like to hear from you: Detox, Residential Treatment, Medication Assisted Treatment (Suboxone, Vivitrol, Methadone) or any other alcohol/other drug addiction services that you have not been able to obtain. Call: 211 (Information & Referral of Fairfield County)
You have reached the website of the Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board. We are responsible for planning, funding and monitoring of
mental health, addiction and recovery services
in Fairfield County.
We hope you find this website helpful!
Free Counseling in Fairfield County!
If you're ready, we'd like to help.
Free short-term counseling is now available in Fairfield County for individuals, couples, and families. The program links clients with mental health professionals for counseling. (It does not provide medications.)
Confidential online registration is available.
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