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Substance Abuse Counselor
Substance Use Disorder and Medicated Assisted Treatment Counselor
Manchester, New Hampshire
Job ID #66572

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The SUD & MAT program counselor position is member of the Behavioral Health team and MAT program providing direct patient care. The direct patient care responsibilities include providing evaluation and treatment of clients who may have a substance use disorder. Utilizing personal interviews, psychological assessment, ASAM and other evaluation tools. The SUD counselor will work closely with medical providers, behavioral health staff, case managers, community health workers, community agencies…

Work Schedule:

Weekdays (8-5)

Compensation Points:

Loan Repayment, Income Guarantee, Retirement Package, Cost of Living, Health Insurance

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Facility Type:

Community Health Center

Employer Selling Points:

Employment Status, Flexible Scheduling, Perception of Quality, Stability of Workforce, EMR

Community Type:

Urban

Community/Service Population:

50,001 and above / 10,001 - 25,000

Community Information:

Located in the heart of New England, Manchester, New Hampshire, is a spectacular combination of a vibrant urban center and the famed natural beauty and abundant recreational opportunities that abound throughout the Granite State. This city’s location is prime—Boston, the Atlantic Coast, and New Hampshire’s scenic White Mountain and Lakes Region are all within an hour’s reach, and thanks to our exceptional highway access and the first-class Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Manchester is accessible from just about anywhere.

This city has fast become a first-rate entertainment hub in the Northeast, playing host to the hottest concerts, top acts, and biggest events. We’ve got anything from theatrical performances to highly-charged sporting events. The Palace Theatre and recently renovated Rex Theatre sit just blocks away from the SNHU Arena, while our riverfront professional baseball stadium overlooks a bustling and vibrant downtown. When one lives in Manchester they will certainly work hard, but undoubtedly have a lot of fun as well.

Manchester has a wide range of shopping and dining options available to them throughout the community. In recent years, Manchester has emerged as the premier dining and tax-free shopping destination north of Boston.

Manchester also has beautiful parks throughout the city, and Lake Massabesic, which is set in the heart of the city, offers boating, gorgeous picnicking locations, and hiking and biking trails. Visit Arms Park for a view of the breathtaking Merrimack River. In the winter, McIntyre Ski Area offers skiers and snowboarders snow-lined trails, while ice skating rinks are located on both the east and west side of the city. The Derryfield Country Club offers 18 holes of golf on expansive greens right in Manchester.

Manchester's location allows for easy access to ski resorts, NASCAR races, beaches, state parks, camping, mountains and dozens of other attractions.  Discover what's within our city's reach.

Visitors (manchesternh.gov)

Community Selling Points:

Access to Larger Community, Recreational Opportunities, Climate, Internet Access, Community Need/Support of Health Professional

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3RNET Network Coordinator
Contact Information:

Claire Hodgman, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator
NH VT Recruitment Center
525 Clinton Street

Bow, NH 03304
Tel: 603-228-2830 Ex. 115
chodgman@bistatepca.org
BiStateRecruitmentCenter.org

J-1 Contact Information:

Jan Wainwright
NH Department of Health and Human Services



Tel: 603-271-2276
Janine.M.Wainwright@dhhs.nh.gov
New Hampshire J1 Visa Information

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