Prevention/Intervention Specialist and Chemical Dependency Professional
The Substance Abuse Prevention/Intervention Specialist and Chemical Dependency Professional (SAPIS-CDP) will work collaboratively with the NWESD Behavioral Health and Prevention Services Director and local school district administration to implement comprehensive school prevention/intervention and chemical dependency treatment services in middle and high schools. The SAPIS-CDP will implement evidence-based practices, in response to identified needs as applicable and support program development and implementation for at-risk students. The SAPIS-CDP will also provide coordinated service supports to children, families, and partner agencies to promote personal and social-emotional development for participating children/youth and to advance positive and productive learning environments.
Washington State Department of Health registered Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP)
Qualified Alcohol/Drug Counselor meets Washington State DASA (Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse) requirements with 3 years’ experience working as a school-based substance abuse intervention specialist; OR, Bachelors’ Degree in Education with a minimum 15 hours’ training in alcohol and other drug abuse issues; OR, Washington State licensed psychologist as defined under RCW 18.83, have or qualify for Washington ESA school counseling certificate, social worker, psychologist, or children’s mental health specialist as defined by RCW.
Apply online: www.nwesd.org/jobs