Compassionate Staff needed to work on a new Overdose Response Team grant
The Opioid Response Team will provide a rapid response and case management as needed to support access to treatment to individuals who have experienced a non-fatal overdose and family members who have been witness to the event.
The team will include the following positions. (Please click on the job title OR the button below for a link to the job description. The job descriptions are nearly final drafts.)
- Full-Time Project Coordinator: Will compile overdose data, provide project oversight, conduct routine partnership meetings, increase community awareness, and ensures Naloxone training and kits are available to those who need it.
- Full-Time Certified Peer Recovery Specialist: Will be present during initial engagement by the CJL, provides ongoing follow-up, relation building and connection to recovery support services. This person will work different shifts.
- Criminal Justice Behavioral Health Liaison: more information coming soon.
- Family Advocate: Will provide victim support services and follow up with the family and children. Identifies additional supports needed, works with community stake holders to identify a continuum of care that supports child and family stabilization.