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:
Professional Credentials: Substance Use Professional certification in Washington State
Requirements: Driver's License, Vehicle Liability Insurance
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