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Job: Program Director of Supported Independent Living


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Title Program Director of Supported Independent Living
Categories Northern California
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary $70k – $75k
Location Oakland, CA
Job Information

The Supported Independent Living (SIL) program provides transitional housing, permanent housing, and community-based case management services to adults in recovery from co-occurring disorders, who demonstrate more preparedness for independent living in the community. The SIL satellite houses seek to establish small communities where residents reside with others in recovery and continue to practice independent living skills. The SIL program offers counseling, psycho-education, psychotherapy, prescribing services, resource coordination, and advocacy services to adults, who reside within Alameda County.    The SIL program features an interdisciplinary team (e.g., case managers, clinical case managers, vocational specialists, prescribing providers, housing coordinators, administrative support) who aid Alameda County Medi-Cal recipients with Serious Mental Illness.

The Program Director is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Support Independent Living (SIL) Program.

Required qualifications:

  • Licensed clinical provider (e.g., LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, D/PsyD), with  a preferred minimum of three years’ post licensure experience.
  • Five years’ experience in substance abuse treatment, or mental health treatment, or related social services experience, including a minimum of three years supervisory experience working in a community mental health or dual diagnosis program.
  • Minimum two-year supervisory experience working in a mental health, substance abuse, or dual diagnosis program.
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