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Substance Abuse Counselor

Location: Dorchester, MA
Date Posted: 11/08/2019
Category: Case Management
Education: Bachelors Degree

Delta-T Group connects professionals with client opportunities within the special education, social service, behavioral health, and disability sectors. With over 30 years in business, we have built a reputation for referring highly qualified professionals for rewarding short and long-term contract opportunities.

Our client is seeking a Substance Abuse Counselor for a 32 bed women’s facility in Dorchester, MA.

Schedule
Monday-Friday or Sunday-Thursday

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
* Minimum of a Bachelor's degree (MSW preferred)
* Intake and documentation at women’s program
* Counseling and referral to outside services

Walk-ins are welcome between the hours of 12pm to 5pm: Mondays through Fridays

NEW ADDRESS
140 Gould Street, Suite. 230
Needham, MA 02494

COMPANY OVERVIEW
Delta-T Group’s mission is to provide cost-effective, reliable, and innovative referral solutions for social services, behavioral health, allied health and special education staffing, for the betterment of those needing care and support.

Title: Substance Abuse Counselor
Class: Counselor - Substance Abuse
Work Type: INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR 1099
Ref. No.: 1183072-29
BC: #DTG103,#DTG103

Company: Delta-T Group Massachusetts, Inc.
Contract Contact: Contract Submit MA
Office Email: [email protected]
Office Phone: 800-243-6710
Office Address: 140 Gould Street, Suite 230, Needham, MA 024941

About Us: Each Delta-T Group office is separately incorporated. Delta-T Group is a referral service for self-employed independent contractors seeking behavioral healthcare education and social service supplemental marketplace opportunities. Delta-T cannot guarantee any number or duration of referrals or opportunities as a result of your registration. When and if opportunities become available, you may accept or decline such referrals at your sole discretion.

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