Women's HOPE is a specialized residential treatment program for 16 mothers and their children. At Women's HOPE, mothers receive gender responsive services tailored to fit their needs. Women's HOPE provides a safe and supportive environment where mothers are able to address their substance abuse issues while participating in parenting education, life skills, family reunification, mental health treatment, and general health and wellness education. Our treatment team works closely with Homeless Prenatal Program, Family Treatment court, and CPS to ensure successful case plan and reunification. Our team of providers at Women's HOPE includes parenting counselors, a therapist, and Substance abuse counselors who provide wrap around services to support and empower our participants as they reach towards their goals.
The Supervisor oversees and manages staff to ensure provision of quality client care and effective team performance in accordance with HealthRIGHT 360’s philosophy, goals, policies, mission and vision. The Supervisor is primarily responsible for staff onboarding and training, staff supervision, as well as other daily activities essential to incorporating the agencies mission and values as a part of our service delivery. The Supervisor is also responsible for overseeing client care as it relates to staff scheduling, outside agency relations, and other tasks as assigned by the Program Director and Manager.
55% (about 22 hours per week) People Management: Responsible for ensuring that direct reports provide strengths based, trauma informed, harm reduction, and culturally attuned services. Responsible for ensuring that all treatment services are provided in an ethical and legal manner. Responsible for all direct reports submitting documentation in accordance with program requirements and in compliance with all compliance and regulatory requirements and agency’s policies and procedures. This includes timeliness of documentation with progress notes being completed no later than the following business day, assessments, treatment plans, and discharges occur on time.
20% (about 8 hours per week) Treatment Oversight: In collaboration with management, develops and maintains good relations with contractors and other collaborators to ensure program continuation within assigned program. Ensures all direct reports remain in compliance with policies and procedures as it relates to day to day program operations in collaboration with the Managers, QI and EHR staff.
15% (about 6 hours per week) Program Management: Assumes ownership for any crisis situation as it relates to service delivery and sees it through to completion. This may include: consultation, direct service, crisis intervention, ensuring proper documentation, on-call duties, and LPS responsibilities as applicable.
10% (about 4 hours per week) Direct Service: Direct Service as necessary and within scope of practice, which may include: crisis intervention, assessments, individual services, group services, case conferences, and treatment plans as assigned by the manager.
Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
State AOD registration or certification required and at least 2 years providing direct client services
Bachelor’s Degree in related field
Bilingual in SF Threshold language
Please attach SUD credentials to application