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Certified Recovery Support Peer Specialist
Recovery Resource Council is seeking to hire a full-time Certified Recovery Support Peer Specialist to work in our Denton/Collin County locations. We are looking for a valued expert expected to deliver high quality, accurate results, while efficiently maintaining and enhancing existing organizational systems and standards. Qualified candidates are diligent problem solvers, who can work independently while adhering to contract requirements. A thoughtful, persevering, self-disciplined approach to achieving accurate, detailed work is essential.
Intensive Case Manager
Recovery Resource Council is seeking to hire a full time Intensive Case Manager for Shelter 4 Hope Permanent Supportive Housing program. This position may involve some evening or weekend hours. Shelter 4 Hope Intensive Case Manager assists chronically homeless individuals with completing Housing Authority applications. Communicates with Housing Authority to determine what documents client needs and assist in retrieving those documents and sending them to appropriate Authority. Once client is issued voucher, assist client with securing a home, including assistance with finding an apartment unit, ensuring the unit meets housing quality standards, and accessing resources to begin a household. Provide contact and support necessary for the client to remain in housing. Provide on-going case management at once a week including home visits to participants of the program. Develop mutually agreed upon, individually designed housing plan with the participant. Proof of full COVID vaccination is required prior to being considered for employment at Recovery Resource Council.
Recovery Resource Council is seeking a Family Peer Support Specialist to work as part of a multidisciplinary overdose response team that conducts home visits to provide follow-up support, education, and referral services to the family members of individuals who experienced an overdose. Must be a Certified FPS (or be currently pursuing certification) and able to provide trauma-informed, client-centered care to support families. Staff employed on this team must be willing to work a flexible schedule and travel throughout the service counties, as needed.
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If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction or mental health issues please call or email us via the online form. Services are offered virtually and in person free of charge or at a low cost. Recovery Resource Council is Joint Commission Accredited.