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Substance Use Disorder Professional 


What are we looking for in a Substance Use Disorder Professional?

Substance Use Disorder Professionals (SUDP) work with individuals who are experiencing addiction or are at risk of addiction to provide evidence-based interventions as part of an integrated treatment model. The SUDP will work to prevent substance use disorders and provide appropriate treatment, with a priority focus on dual diagnosis clients or mental health clients who live in household where substance misuse is prevalent. This position emphasizes harm reduction and attaining progress toward each individual’s recovery goals. In particular, the SUDP will provide counseling services that address barriers to recovery, aid in the building of recovery & self-advocacy skills, and integrate with treatment for co-occurring mental health or medical concerns. To be successful in this role, the SUDP will need to stay current on trends and developments in the chemical dependency and addiction field. It is also important to be able to establish rapport quickly, motivate others, and keep a positive attitude in the midst of challenges.

Substance Use Disorder Professional duties may include:

  • completing substance use disorder assessments
  • collaborating with each client to develop an individualized treatment plan that accounts for substance use, mental health, and physical health concerns
  • providing supportive counseling and case management to clients & their families
  • facilitating behavioral health treatment and educational groups that focus on recovery barriers, skill-building, motivation, and harm reduction
  • assessing clients for safety and risk to self or others, and taking appropriate crisis intervention measures when indicated
  • utilizing motivational interviewing and recovery-oriented strategies to provide interventions that assist clients with progressing through the stages of change
  • completing all documentation in a respectful, client-centered manner
Position Requirements

Professional Credentials: Substance Use Professional certification in Washington State

Requirements: Driver's License, Vehicle Liability Insurance

Location Yakima  
Employment Classification Full-time 

Available Shift Days 

About the Organization Who is Comprehensive Healthcare?
Comprehensive Healthcare provides innovative behavioral health and integrated healthcare services to clients of all ages. We take pride in our creative and collaborative work environment and in delivering clinically excellent, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented services.

What Comprehensive Healthcare Can Offer You
Training and Development
• A variety of career opportunities in a wide range of settings with room for mobility & promotion
• Regular training opportunities including support, supervision, & consultation in implementing evidence-based services
• Clinical supervision toward licensure (where applicable)

Innovative Program & Services
• A strong reputation for providing quality, evidence-based services within a collaborative multi-disciplinary team environment
• Innovative, forward-looking leadership that seeks to thrive in an ever-changing healthcare environment
• Joint Commission-accredited organization committed to continuous quality improvement
• Established partnerships with major research universities and other community and healthcare providers to implement cutting-edge treatment programs and services

Excellent Benefits
• Competitive salaries within our communities & industry
• Healthcare coverage for employee & qualified family members
• Generous vacation, paid holiday & sick leave
• Access to Employee Assistance Program services
• Agency-funded retirement plan with contributions equal to 5% of compensation
• Additional retirement investment opportunities with a 50% investment match
• Agency-funded life & disability insurance program
EOE Statement Comprehensive Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, age, color, religion, national origin, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

If you need accommodations in order to participate in the application process, please contact Human Resources at (509) 575-4084 or

Pre-employment drug screening is required.

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