As the demand for addiction services continues to increase throughout Michigan, Holy Cross Services is ramping up its team of therapists in several communities.
The organization is looking for 10 therapists in behavioral health and children services. Four of those positions are in Flint, three are in Saginaw and one in Bay City. There is also a need for a Family Worker Therapist in Saginaw and a Children’s Program Coordinator Therapist in Bay City.
Behavioral Health Therapists are needed to ensure clinical services are being delivered to clients receiving Substance Use Disorder services. Family workers for our child welfare programs are also needed.
Therapists will conduct individual, group, and family therapy. Therapists will develop treatment plans, and conduct assessments with the clients, and submit all documentation in a timely manner. Therapists need to be limited or fully licensed Professional Counselors, or limited or fully licensed Social Workers. Those working with Substance Use Disorder services need to have a CAADC or on a development plan working toward the certification.
Holy Cross Services, which has 20 locations throughout Michigan, is looking to hire 10 therapists
CONTACT: For an interview with the HCS Chief Operations Officer to talk about the open Therapists positions, please contact Kassie Kretzschmar, HCS, 248-980-4830, email@example.com. Jobs are also listed at www.HolyCrossServices.org.
About Holy Cross Services
Holy Cross Services, founded in 1948, touches the lives of approximately 1,500 people every day who are abused, neglected, traumatized, and/or who suffer from substance abuse and mental health issues across Michigan plus over 7,000 homeless veterans, adults and children in Lansing, Michigan. HCS is one of the largest private, not-for-profit providers of children and family welfare services as well as behavioral healthcare services in Michigan. The mission of Holy Cross Services is to bring hope, promote change, and help people live free, healthy and productive lives. www.HolyCrossServices.org.