The Women’s Recovery Center offers both an employment application and volunteer application that is also used for potential interns. For all potential employees, we require a criminal background check and passage through the SAM and Human Services systems to protect against fraud and malfeasance. There are requirements for all staff members and interns through our Medicaid Certification. For volunteers that are engaged in direct care such as rocking babies, reading to or tutoring children, or interacting with our clients in some capacity, we require agreement to confidentiality policies and of course criminal background checks.
For those positions include direct contact with children and clients, it is required that volunteers have a criminal background check performed and sent to the Women’s Recovery Center at 6209 Storer Avenue, Cleveland OH 44102. The volunteer is responsible for the cost which ranges from $40 to $60. Background checks can be performed in most police stations.
View the current volunteering opportunities below:
- Reading to the children
- Assist with art projects
- Assisting school age children with homework assignments – must be available in the evenings
- Preparing and assisting children with snacks
- Baking Memories each December to promote new family traditions in baking cookies and art project followed by a special visitor.
- Qualified yoga instruction and meditation
- Special art projects
- Assistance with the Drama Therapy project
- Building computer skills and assisting with the preparation of interviews and job searches
- Self-esteem projects such as assisting with clothing selections from the on-site donation closet and make-overs.
Volunteer as a member of the Development Committee to organize the Women’s Recovery Center’s annual run,jane,run sports festival fundraising event identifying additional new concepts for added sports, obtaining auction and raffle items, seeking event sponsors and advertisers and to publicize the event. There are opportunities throughout the year and to create new and additional fundraising events.
Additional Volunteering Opportunities:
The Center is also engaged in utilizing volunteers for short-term assignments such as volunteering for the 30th annual run,jane,run obstacle course on July 29, 2018 at Euphoria and the 30th annual run,jane,run golf tournament on August 3, 2018 at Coppertop in Valley City.
With the Women’s Recovery Center’s designated charitable partnership with the I-X Christmas Connection November 17-19th, volunteers are needed to staff the Center’s both throughout the Show. All volunteers will be provided talking points about the Women’s Recovery Center and addiction treatment.
Below are the current employment opportunities in the WRC. If you think you would be a good fit in any of the positions below, please download our Employment Application form below. Please return a filled out, printed copy via postal service to our address ( 6209 Storer Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44102 ), fax it to our office to this number (216) 651-4351, or scan it and return it via email here.
View the current employment opportunities below:
Statement of Work: The Assessment and Intake Counselor is a full-time, salaried position responsible for providing Alcohol and Drug Assessments and Intakes for individuals seeking addiction treatment services.
1. Conduct telephone or face-to-face screenings to identify specific treatment needs and link individuals accordingly;
2. Conduct an intake and AOD Assessments using the SOQIC-C format to determine individual diagnoses, level of care, and treatment needs;
3. Record and track client data and progress using both the Cuyahoga County’s Behavioral Health online portal and WRC’s internal record
4. Maintain complete progress notes with corresponding billing for each service rendered;
5. Maintain accurate and comprehensive charts in compliance with OhioMHAS standards;
6. Network with the referral sources, informing them about client progress and WRC program development. Coordinate appointments and treatment recommendations with referral sources;
7. Participates in weekly clinical team meetings;
8. Conducts follow-up telephone calls and correspondence with former clients to document rates of relapse at 30, 60 and 120 days following discharge;
9. Provides coverage duties for the psycho educational group sessions, documentation and other related duties as needed;
10. Facilitate parenting groups once weekly on Friday mornings;
11. Represent WRC at biannual provider fairs and monthly provider meetings organized by the S.T.A.R.T. Unit at CCDCFS;
12. Assist with supervision of interns and other staff as needed.
Minimum Requirements: The Assessment and Intake Counselor must hold and maintain licensure as an LICSW or LPCC-S, plus maintain compliance with the State of Ohio requirements. The applicant will be responsible for obtaining proof of licensure before hire and must maintain these credentials while employed. Master’s degree in a related field is preferred, but not required. At least 2-3 years of experience preferred. The candidate must additionally pass a criminal background check and must
pass a pre-employment drug screening.
The Women’s Recovery Center offers competitive salary and benefits. The Women’s Recovery Center is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Please email your resume to the Interim Executive Director,
Ashley Yassall, at firstname.lastname@example.org by July 18, 2019.
Job Title: Executive Director
Job Category: Executive
Location: Cleveland, OH
Travel Required: Minimal travel
Level/Salary Range: Negotiable
Position Type: Full time, executive level
HR Contact: Stacey Reid
Will Train Applicant(s): Yes
Applications Accepted By:
Organizational Summary & Job Description
OUR MISSION: THE WOMEN’S RECOVERY CENTER PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE ADDICTION TREATMENT, PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS THAT ARE CLIENT–CENTERED, FAMILY–BASED AND RECOVERY–FOCUSED.
The Women’s Recovery Center is a unique place. We utilize a holistic, trauma-integrated approach to treating addiction and integrating physical health, emotional healing and family reunification.
The women who enter our doors are complex and have faced multiple traumas, which have contributed to their drug and alcohol abuse. By using a trauma-integrated model, our addiction counselors help clients learn about their disease, how it developed, and how to cope in a sober environment. Our graduates develop life management skills, parenting skills and an overall sense of independence and self-sufficiency.
The Executive Director serves as the organization’s leader, providing leadership that models the organization’s values and fosters an inspirational, motivational, supportive operating environment. Possesses a high level of broad business and management skills and is effective at generating resources and financial support to the organization. Also, provides administrative, compliance oversight and supervision of the clinical staff.
Statement of Work: The WRC Case Manager is a full-time, salaried position responsible for linking clients to community resources and AOD supports. The WRC Case Manager drafts Individual Treatment Plans and provides community outreach aimed at AOD treatment compliance and goal achievement.
Supervision: The position reports to the Clinical Director or Executive Director and has no supervision responsibilities for other staff members.
1. Conduct telephone or face-to-face screenings with referents or individuals seeking AOD treatment;
2. Update and maintain current resources for service planning and referrals;
3. Reinitiate contact with those already screened and awaiting documentation;
4. Provide follow-up calls for clients scheduled for an Assessment and/or Intake;
5. Conduct Individual Treatment Plans and Needs Assessment;
6. Maintain a caseload, providing weekly, case management appointments;
7. Conduct onsite, home-based and provider-based case management services;
8. Assist the Billing Specialist with Medicaid verification;
9. Supervise client urine specimen collection and pack/ship individual specimens
biweekly (observance of Universal Precautions is required);
10. Organize, file, and disseminate lab results;
11. Participate in weekly clinical team meetings;
12. Compose clinical documentation (letters, progress reports and legal reports).
13. Perform coverage duties as needed (e.g., issue violations, maintain logs, files, activity records; screen visitors; respond to inquiries from family members, probation/parole authority authorities regarding violations); attend outside training conferences and/or seminars, in-service training sessions as required; other related duties as assigned.
Minimum Requirements: The Case Manager must attend workshops and maintain certification in CPR and First Aid. Employees must demonstrate agreement to abide by WRC policies and State and Federal mandates concerning the privacy and confidentiality of clients. Clinical staff members must have training in all areas of the Ohio CSWMFT Board and NASW protocols and curriculum.
Bachelor’s Degree and LSW or LPC is required. The applicant will be responsible for obtaining proof of licensure before hire and must maintain these credentials while employed. The candidate for this position must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License and automobile insurance. The candidate must additionally pass a criminal background check and must pass a pre-employment drug screening. The Women’s Recovery Center offers competitive salary and benefits. The Women’s Recovery Center is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Please email your resume to the Interim Executive Director,
Ashley Yassall, at email@example.com by July 18, 2019.
Statement of Work: The Clinical Director is a full-time position to provide administrative and compliance oversight and supervision of the clinical staff.Supervision: The position reports to the Executive Director and has supervision responsibilities for the clinical staff of six (6) Counselors and the Case Manager.
- Directs the day-to-day functions and program development of the treatment programs in compliance with ODMHAS Standards and “Best Practices.”
- Provides orientation, training and supervision of the Clinical Team and documenting the outcomes and performance issues
- Prepares monthly, quarterly and semi-annual reports of program activities to ODMHAS and ADMHSB of Cuyahoga County detailed on the report submission matrix.
- Supervises the maintenance of accurate and comprehensive charts in compliance with ODMHAS Standards.
- Monitor reporting of Women’s Setaside and Medicaid for the completeness of the claims and accuracy of the information
- Serve as the Privacy and Security Officer for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act thus ensuring that the organization is compliant with the legislation
- Supervise the adherence to the Quality Assurance, Utilization Review programs and procedures.
- Cultivate the referral network to inform referral sources of the treatment programs.
- Facilitate weekly Clinical Team meetings.
- In the event of a staff vacancy, fill-in to provide seamless services for the clients
- Assists the Executive Director in grantwriting functions impacting upon the treatment programs.
- Explore and determine the feasibility of expanded programming including dual diagnosis treatment services
Requirements: The Clinical Director must maintain eligibility for licensure as an LISW or LPCC. Master’s degree in a related field is preferred. Employees must demonstrate agreement to abide by policies and procedures outlined in the Employee Procedures manual and State and Federal mandates concerning the privacy and confidentiality of clients. Clinical staff members must have training in all areas of the program applications, protocols and curriculum.
Areas for Review: To quantify the job performance, the areas for review include:
- 95% Compliance with ODMHAS clinical and reporting standards;
- 90% Acceptance of revenue claims;
- Achieving the clinical census capacity.
Statement of Work: The Clinical Intern position is a part-time position to provide practical experience to enhance education studies. Sufficient training shall be provided prior to direct contact in a clinical environment.
Supervision: The position reports to the Clinical Director and has no supervision responsibilities for other staff members.
- Conduct telephone or face-to-face screening interviews with callers or program clients to determine the individual needs;
- Maintain current resources for services updating the records annually;
- Initiate a telephone screening for potential treatment program clients;
- Provide follow-up calls for clients scheduled for an Assessment and/or Intake;
- Schedule and complete a Needs Assessment for all treatment program clients
- Document the Needs Assessment in the client chart;
- Assist the Billing Specialist in determining issues related to Medicaid verification;
- Assists Counselors in preparing for group therapy;
- Assists Counselors in filing required client reports;
- Participates in weekly clinical team meetings,
Minimum Requirements: The Clinical Intern must be enrolled in a secondary education program seeking a scope of practice in Social Work or Counseling.