We’re OhioGuidestone – Celebrating 150 years of service – Ranked among Northeast Ohio's Top Workplaces - built on a solid foundation of experience and expertise, rooted in faith and a legacy of serving children and families. Our range of flexible, customized programs builds upon one another so they address every aspect of a person’s needs. We’re a solutions-focused organization with passionate people committed to providing direction and inspiration to children, families and communities to help them become stronger.
Though we’ve changed our name from Berea Children’s Home and Family Services to OhioGuidestone, the most important things about our organization remain the same: our vision, mission and services. We’re still a private, not-for-profit, charitable organization governed by a board of directors in covenant relationship with the East Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Create your own schedule! (Requires flexibility and some evenings)
A Co-Occurring Disorders Counselor provides comprehensive community based counseling; case management, community psychiatric supportive treatment, and crisis intervention to adolescent clients who are diagnosed as having co-occurring disorders (mental health, behavioral and substance use disorders)
Dually licensed professionals are especially encouraged to apply for the Co-Occurring Disorders Counselor position to help implement this new programming at Guidestone! Program-specific training will be provided.
- Must show proof of having provided “Scope of Practice” substance abuse treatment.
- Successful candidates will have an LSW, Bachelor’s Degree, two (2) years of paid experience in the alcohol and drug field and valid driver’s license with proof of insurance.
- Master’s Degree with LPC, LPCC, or LISW preferred.
Benefits for full-time employees:
Medical, dental, vision, 401k retirement plan, family-friendly work environment and scheduling flexibility, outstanding vacation, holiday and sick time, free parking, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, flexible spending accounts, child care assistance and we are business casual!
We promote from within, provide management training for rising leaders and professional development opportunities! Internships and co-ops are unpaid, but offered in most of departments at several different levels.
Committed to creating a more diverse community, we encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/AA M/F/H/V
State law requires that all potential employees undergo fingerprint screening. The agency also requires and covers the cost of a physical after an employment offer is made. Our licensing requires all employees working directly with clients be at least 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license & safe driving record, with the exception of Day Care. Two (2) forms of identification showing proof of eligibility to work in the United States, i.e., such as a driver license & social security card will be required. Application and resume submitted will remain active for this job submission only and be kept on file until this position is filled. Apply to only one position at a time to be considered for employment.