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Re-Entry Clinician

The Re-entry Clinician is responsible for providing substance abuse, mental health, individual counseling and group therapy to persons exiting the Denver County Jail. The Re-Entry Clinician is skilled at providing therapy in related problem areas such as addictions, anger management, cognitive behavioral therapy, domestic violence, and trauma, as well as grief and loss issues. Experience with offender populations in jail and/or community settings is highly desirable.


• Preferred Master’s Degree in counseling or a related field with a current
  Colorado Licensure as an LPC or LCSW
• CAC II/III or ability to obtain in a reasonable period of time.
• A minimum of two years experience in substance abuse field
• At least two years free from substance abuse or dependency


• Provide clinical services to clients at the Community Re-Entry
  Project including:
  o Conduct differential assessments.
  o Provide individual and group counseling as needed.
  o Provide psycho-educational groups in the area of addictions and cognitive
     behavioral therapy.
  o Promote healthy psychological choices.
  o Provide sobriety monitoring as needed.
• Collaborate with probation officers, jail officials, service organizations,
  and community partners as needed with the client’s written and
  informed consent.
• Monitor client attendance and follow-up in a timely manner on all
  unexcused and/or missed program commitments.
• Complete client-level program documentation and
  program-level documentation.
• Maintain compliance with all state and federal regulations, polices and
  procedures concerning licensure, confidentiality, client documentation, crisis
  intervention, etc.
• Perform other assigned duties as necessary.


• Individual counseling proficiency.
• Group counseling proficiency.
• Culturally competency with diverse populations.
• Computer literacy.
• Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Bilingual (Spanish-English) is desirable.


1. Clinical Director
2. All counselors will receive a minimum of 2 clinical supervision
    hours per month
3. Level II counselors will receive 2 hours of clinical supervision per month.
4. Level III counselors will receive a minimum of one hour of clinical
    supervision per month.

SALARY: These are full-time exempt positions with an annual salary between $35,000 and $42,000 depending on skills, qualifications and experience. Competitive benefits package included.

TO APPLY: Submit via fax or email a resume, cover letter, and names and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references to:

The Council
Attn: Human Resources/ Julie Bellum LCSW CAC III
PO Box 919
Aurora, CO 80045
Fax: 303-343-3907
Email: Jobs@milehighcouncil.org

Please note: You will only be contacted if you are selected for and interview, this position will remain open until this vacancy has been filled.

The Mile High Council is an equal opportunity employer and seeks a diverse pool of applicants.

Location: Denver, CO

Compensation: This is a full-time position with an annual salary between $35,000 to $42,000 depending on skills, qualifications, and experience. Competitive benefits package and paid holidays.

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