Behavioral Health Specialist, Prevention

The Behavioral Health Specialist will be responsible for engaging HIV-positive individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorders with the necessary biopsychosocial services to assure optimal health outcomes. The Behavioral Health Specialist will provide psychosocial assessments, mental health counseling, diagnosis, and assessment-based treatment plans, using the modalities of individual, conjoint (couples), and family therapy with individuals with a mental health diagnosis, couples, and families managing substance use/dependence. The Behavioral Health Specialist is responsible for providing mental health counseling to clients on an individual and family basis. They will offer Overdose Prevention training to all clients that would benefit from the service. The BHS will also offer Group Counseling Group services. Education and Certification: Master’s degree in clinical social work or mental health counseling. To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:

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