Assisting clients in developing service plans that identify measurable goals for clients to achieve to complete their recovery process.
Provides case management for plan progress with life skills and other issues including; school, work, church and financial, etc.
Works with the client to provide additional skills and/or resources as needed to empower each client with regard to Christian character development (ex: financial planning and budgeting, healthy relationships, parenting, etc.)
Provides Biblical counsel and guidance in addressing the assigned clients’ spiritual, mental, emotional andphysical issues to strengthen their capability of living free of addiction and independent of a controlled environment or public assistance.
Acts as a mediator during times of conflict and crisis.
Facilitates Chapel, Bible Studies, individual, small group and large group classes and recovery endeavors.
Assists clients in relationships with mentors, church leaders and lay ministers, as well as probation officers,
court systems, employers and school representatives. and advocates for the client in these relationships.
Conducts assessments, write evaluations, provide conclusions for the client as needed.
Documents client’s progress in the form of case notes in case management software.
Provides for direct assistance for immediate needs.
Performs random drug screening as needed or requested by the Program Manager.
Attends weekly, in-house Staff/Safety/Client meetings.
Follows policies and procedures including but not limited to monitoring client medications, reporting
harassment issues, reporting staff issues that adversely affect proper operation of the department, protecting client records and confidentiality of information, cash handling and charge account privileges, etc.
Style promotes a grace-based, adult-to-adult environment for learning and growth (not a punishment and reward environment for behavior modification).
Provides facility, logistics and other support to the ministry as assigned.
Counsels with clients in both an individual and group setting.
Issues vouchers and referrals as needed.
Duties as assigned in relation to overseeing a specific area of service (such as; Intake, Evening Services,
Operations, Special Holiday or other Event Components, etc).
If this position is responsible for kitchen operations, the chaplain will obtain and maintain Safe Serve
Researches and presents Christian material nondenominationally and nonjudgmentally.
Some travel may be necessary for training & temporary duty.
Other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor or other Mission management.
Computer skills described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.