Washington Community Mental Health Council

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Stevens County Counseling Services

Stevens County Counseling Services is a diagnostic and treatment center providing mental healthcare and chemical dependency treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults. 

The mission of Stevens County Counseling Services is to improve personal well-being in our community by:

 

  • Providing integrated behavioral healthcare (mental health & chemical dependency) prevention & treatment services delivered by a caring, professional staff
  • Working in cooperation with clients, families, advocates, community representatives, and other agencies through leadership, consultation, and education
  • Obtaining resources for people with developmental disabilities and their families to allow full integration in school, the workplace, and leisure activities

 

 

Join a progressive, rural provider with Mental Health & Chemical Dependency CARF accredited outpatient services. Ongoing agency trainings; continuing education opportunities provided. Benefits include medical insurance, life insurance, retirement plan, holiday, vacation, & sick leave.

 

 

 

 

These full-time behavioral healthcare positions are in rural northeast Wa. State (Chewelah – 50 miles north & Colville – 70 miles north of Spokane) Relocation expenses negotiable; 37.5 hr work week, no traffic All positions require written & verbal communication skills; prefer computer skills – clinical software used; two offices with 65 staff (54 full time & 11 part time); County population 40,000.

 

Four seasons – enjoy winter & summer sports (skiing, boating, fishing, hunting) in area mountains, lakes, rivers, & forests area photos at www.colville.com or www.co.stevens.wa.us. Review of applications continues until positions filled. Complete job descriptions can be mailed, sent by fax, or e-mail Stevens County is a Drug Free Workplace & Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

 

 

 

Position Openings

Updated 7/25/2007

Current Openings

 

Davenport Mental Health Unit Supervisor

Supervise counselors and staff providing direct mental health services to the community of Lincoln County.  Also provide direct services and carry a case load. Minimum requirements: Masters Degree in Counseling, Psychology or Social Work, 5 years experience working with mental ill persons, licensed LMHC, MSW, or Marriage/Family Therapist. 2 years supervisory experience preferred. This full-time position is in Davenport. For additional information/application see www.co.stevens.wa.us.

 

Child Mental Health Specialist

 

Provide direct service to mentally ill clients primarily under the age of 18 and their families. Conduct screenings, intake evaluations; establish diagnosis; develop treatment plans. Minimum requirements: Masters Degree in Counseling, Psychology or Social Work, 2 years experience, licensed LMHC, MSW, or Marriage/Family Therapist preferred. Additional information/application see www.co.stevens.wa.us.