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Independent Contractor Position - Mind Body Program

Mind Body Program is searching for an independent contractor on a full or part time basis to join thriving private practice remotely or in office. Work remotely from the comfort of your own home. Save time and money not having to commute. Flexible schedule. All referrals provided. Beautifully furnished office space, wifi, fax, and parking, included. Professional billing services also provided. Pay is weekly. Candidate is required to hold a WI professional license. LCSW, LPC, PH.D, Psy.D Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, or any other licensable mental health degree accepted. Candidates with an NPI, CAQH #, and are credentialed on insurance panels preferred. Pay will be based on the contracted percentage of weekly receivables ranging from 60%-90%. Work as much or as little as you want. Make and manage your own schedule. Full time work has the potential of earning $120,000+. Minimal paperwork and record keeping. No micromanaging. Be your own boss. Earn $60-$90 per hour.

To apply or for info please contact Lauri at laurigebhard@gmail.com.

Assistant Professor of Social Work, Department of Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity
(Two openings)

DUTIES:

•Instruction of 12 credits or their equivalent per semester in social work field in any of the curriculum areas: HBSE, methods of practice (interviewing, assessment, groups, families, research, and policy advocacy) special topics and field instruction

•Student advisement.

•Program coordination, development and maintenance.

•Service to the University, including program, departmental and campus committee work

•Engagement in professional and public service

•Engagement in research/scholarly activity and continuing education.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE:

•An earned doctorate in Social Work from an accredited institution; or, a doctorate in a related discipline and an earned M.S.W. or M.S.S.W. from an accredited social work program with a minimum of two years post master’s social work practice experience, or an earned M.S.W. or M.S.S.W. from an accredited social work program and a minimum of five years of post-masters social work practice experience

•Higher education teaching experience.

•Experience teaching or learning in an online environment.

•Eligible for licensure in Wisconsin or Minnesota

•Demonstrated ability to effectively work with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity.

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Make a difference by helping those with a substance abuse disorder

Earn the UW-Madison Substance Use Disorders Counselor Certificate

40.3 million people 12 years or older had a Substance Use Disorder in the past year and only a fraction of them received the treatment they needed

—National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) conducted by

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in 2021

You can become more specialized in your career while helping address this crisis by earning the University of Wisconsin-Madison Substance Use Disorders Counselor Certificate.

Offered online through the UW Flexible Option, the UW-Madison Substance Use Disorders certificate offers a flexible way to fulfill the 360 specialized educational hours required for licensure as a Substance Abuse Counselor through Wisconsin’s Department of Safety and Professional Services.

Features of this UW Flexible Option certificate:

    • First ever state-approved 100% online competency-based substance use disorders certificate program
    • No live log-on requirements or set deadlines—study when it works for you
    • Can be completed in 24 weeks or less
    • Content created by UW-Madison faculty with input from active Wisconsin substance use disorders counselors

Equip yourself to better assist people in your community struggling with substance use disorders. Get started whenever you’re ready—the program begins every month. Download our program guide, which includes information about the curriculum, tuition, and more.

Url: https://flex.wisconsin.edu/get-suds-guide/?lead_source=PaidNASW&utm_source=PaidNASW&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=SUDS_NASW_ad_2022

Technical Advisor – Opioid Funding Strategic Planning, Wisconsin Department of Health Service

Vital Strategies is seeking qualified candidates in Madison, WI. Salary: $70,000-$80,000. 

Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Support stakeholder engagement; coordinate strategic meetings; document meeting themes and action points; and document county level plans to avoid duplication
    • Identify strengths, barriers, and gaps regarding efforts to reduce overdose deaths in the state.
    • Analyze available data to inform the state’s overdose prevention strategy
    • Identify essential data systems requiring support that will improve timely assessment and response to overdose spikes and improve treatment access
    • Understand the regulatory environment and the diverse needs across the state and its communities. Use this knowledge to design realistic and ambitious interventions
    • Design detailed and strategic plans encompassing community awareness to prevent drug misuse, efforts to mitigate the harm that stigma causes for people who use drugs, integrated substance use disorder screening and diagnosis across settings and coordinated access to evidence-based services, evidence-based harm reduction interventions, mitigation for systemic barriers to treatment for those who seek it, and programming that enables individuals to build recovery capital and wellness
    • Include specific interventions to improve equitable access to services for racial and ethnic minority populations and rural communities
    • Engage leaders in sovereign nations and provide technical assistance in developing and implementing opioid settlement agreement programs, as requested.
    • Inform a monitoring and evaluation strategy that assesses the impact of implementation and informs improvement to annual plans to come (also written by the incumbent)
Qualifications:
    • Graduate or undergraduate degree in public health, public policy, social work, psychology or other relevant field, preferred
    • Minimum 10 years of relevant technical work experience in lieu of degree is acceptable
Experience:
    • At least 5 years professional experience preferably in public health, public policy, or related experience. If Masters, 3 years’ experience
    • Experience providing technical or programmatic guidance for, or management of, harm reduction or treatment service settings
    • Deep knowledge of harm reduction and treatment interventions
    • Understanding of principles of health equity and disparities
    • Experience working in, or with, state or county government agencies or policy advocacy in WI
Full Job Description and Application Details

Technical Advisor – Harm Reduction Strategy, Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Vital Strategies is seeking qualified candidates in Madison, WI. Salary: $70,000-$80,000.

Duties and Responsibilities
    • Support agency/stakeholder engagement; coordinate strategic meetings; document meeting themes and action points; and document county-level plans to avoid duplication
    • Engage people who use drugs in meaningful ways to inform the strategy
    • Identify strengths, barriers, and gaps regarding efforts to reduce overdose deaths in the state and be able to synthesize these findings in an actionable report/written document
    • Analyze available data to develop descriptive analyses that inform the state’s harm reduction strategy
    • Identify essential data systems requiring support that will improve timely assessment and response to overdose spikes
    • Understand the regulatory environment and the diverse needs across the state and its communities
    • Monitor emerging strategies that may be included in the plan that will further reduce overdose deaths
    • Design a detailed and strategic multiagency plan encompassing community/provider awareness of evidence-based harm reduction; efforts to mitigate the harm that stigma causes for people who use drugs; harm reduction supply chain improvements including integration of intramuscular naloxone; strategies to fund harm reduction resources; identification of areas in the state with high overdose rates and low availability of harm reduction services; a collective goal to mitigate systemic barriers and scale interventions that further enable people who use drugs to define and achieve individual wellness.
    • Design and facilitate a funding strategy that enables diverse, competitive applicants that embody the strategy’s vision
Qualifications
    • Graduate or undergraduate degree in public health, public policy, social work, psychology or other relevant field, preferred
    • Minimum 10 years of relevant technical work experience in lieu of degree is acceptable
Experience
    • At least 5 years professional experience preferably in public health, public policy, or related experience. If Masters, 3 years’ experience.
    • Experience providing technical or programmatic guidance for, or management of, harm reduction settings
    • Experience and comfort working with people who use drugs
    • Understanding of principles of health equity and disparities
    • Experience working in, or with, state or county government agencies or policy advocacy in WI.
Full Job Description and Application Details

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