EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Qualified candidates will become an integral part of a growing/changing organization and will embody our mission: 
"Committed to inspiring hope by providing a safe environment - teaching and modeling healthy lifestyles for all impacted by substance use disorders. We KNOW recovery is possible!"

Mid-Michigan Recovery Services Inc. is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Therapist/Counselor


Are you passionate about empowering people who have experienced poverty, injustice and abuse while struggling with addiction and mental health disorders?

Additionally you will have:
- Education and knowledge of substance use and/or mental health
  disorders.
- Those who are in a personal journey of recovery should have at least 2   years of active abstinence/sobriety;

Our therapists [counselors] are primarily responsible for providing assessments, education, individual and group counseling for persons with substance use disorders enrolled in Mid-Michigan Recovery Service Inc.'s treatment programs.

These staff members serve as the primary contact for our clients helping them to integrate and grow in individual treatment and group programs to which they are assigned. These individuals work closely with the client, other program staff and agency referral sources to create and implement a comprehensive person centered treatment plan and coordinate services to support individual recovery and growth.

TO APPLY: PLEASE EMAIL a letter of interest along with your resume with subject line, "COUNSELOR APPLICATION" to: info@MMRSinc.org.


POSTING DATE: February 15, 2017

Residential Technicians
[direct care positions in our residential programs]

We are looking for both full-time and part-time staff.

Qualified candidates will be passionate about serving individuals who have experienced poverty, injustice and abuse while struggling with addiction and mental health disorders.

Additionally you will have:
- Some knowledge of substance use and/or mental health disorders.

- Those with personal recovery experience should have at least 2 years of active abstinence/sobriety.
- The willingness to accept shift scheduled work in a residential setting;
- The ability to maintain group order and achieving active individual      
   listening and refocus of clients individually and in groups to ensure a
   positive structured therapeutic environment is maintained;
- The ability to manage a household effectively; knowledge of general
   administrative functions including daily schedule management, electronic
   communications, and documentation in writing and using MS Office, MS
   Outlook and agency databases.

Qualified candidates must have integrity. They will maintain strict confidentiality and be willing to dedicate themselves to achieving excellence in the best practices as we create, update and practice processes and procedures that provide excellent therapeutic care; health and wellness education and provisions in a safe and stable residential environment.

Finally the right person for the job knows that nonprofit work is an avocation as well as a job. When you send your resume and cover letter you will be prepared to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of residential/group management and active listening to help initiate problem solving in an active residential/household environment professionalism and administrative savvy.
As we dedicate ourselves to demonstrate and practice we achieve learning and growth! Send your resume AND cover letter to the attention of: Jessica Robinson, Executive Director at: ChangeAgentApplication@mmrsinc.org

POSTING DATE: February 15, 2017

Administrative Intake Specialist

Are you passionate about empowering people who are experiencing poverty and also struggling with mental and physical healthcare issues?

We serve people struggling with substance use and co/occurring mental health disorders. Many of our clients do not have the means to take care of even their most basic needs by the time they reach us. We need good people serving on our front line, helping to engage them and provide them with the information they need to make the choice to receive help. Our Administrative Intake Specialists do just that. They are primarily responsible for making the primary contact with clients on the phone, completing initial applications for service and providing assistance and information to help the client decide to take that first step toward recovery. This position works closely with the client, other program staff and agency referral sources including other healthcare agencies as well as law enforcement and corrections agents. 

The duties and responsibilities of this position include: 

- Providing assessments and group, individual and family counseling services as indicated.

- Securing all necessary pre-authorizations and/or authorizations to assure payment for services rendered.

- Formulating comprehensive clinical assessments and coordinating paperwork with counselors for treatment planning.

- Maintaining clinical documentation, related correspondence and reports in full compliance with agency, licensing and accreditation standards.

- Maintaining familiarity and promoting positive relationships with referral agencies and community resources.

- Strict adherence to all federal and state laws, rules, regulations and MMRS policies and procedures regarding HIPAA and the confidentiality of client      
  information and client rights.

- Maintaining certifications in good standing during term of employment.

- Those who are in a personal journey of recovery should have at least two years of active abstinence/sobriety. 


TO APPLY: PLEASE EMAIL a letter of interest along with your resume with subject line, "INTAKE SPECIALIST" to: info@MMRSinc.org.


POSTING DATE: May 6, 2017

Call Today: 517.887.0226 or Toll Free: 800.337.2310
We accept insurance and also have no barriers for those without.