- Must be working towards clinical provisional licensure or have an active license i.e. LCSW, LCMHC, LCAS
- Master’s degree in a relevant human services field such as Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or Marriage and Family Therapy from an accredited school of graduate education required
- 2-4 years of experience working in a behavioral health and/or substance abuse treatment setting preferred
The Admissions Counselor coordinates the pre-admission process by conducting clinical assessments with potential clients to determine appropriateness for admission to HopeWay.
- Provides telephonic clinical services by screening potential clients, gathering collateral information from providers and family members/loved ones
- Gathers all necessary clinical documentation for referrals to HopeWay programs to allow for clinical determinations as to the appropriateness of potential admissions to all levels of care
- Reviews clinical documentation on all referrals with the Director of Admissions and/or Medical Director
- Completes face-to-face or telephonic Biopsychosocial assessments with individuals presenting for admission to a HopeWay program
- Provides ongoing communication regarding the status of the referrals to the referring parties
- Communicates alternative treatment options to referring parties when the client is not appropriate for admission to a HopeWay program
- Gathers necessary insurance information to request verification of benefits while working in partnership with Orbit (third billing company) and the Finance Team
- Develops and maintains accurate documentation through the use of Salesforce to work collaboratively with marketing and business development and the Outreach Team
- Maintains up to date certifications in CPI, HIPPA, Relias trainings, First Aid and Basic Life Support
- Maintains North Carolina state licensure training requirements
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Compensation & Benefits:
We offer a 401K, as well as Medical, Dental, and Vision for regular, full-time positions.