Website Rob Constantine Recovery Community and Outreach Center

The FSN shall work with the Director of the Recovery Center, other staff, and volunteers in building and sustaining an active recovery community in Fulton and Montgomery Counties. The FSN will serve as a resource for families of loved ones with substance use disorder. They will assist families with gaining an increased understanding of substance use disorder and recovery, and how to navigate insurance and treatment systems. Documentation of services provided is a component of this work.

The FSN will work in an office environment and use a computer, telephone, and other office equipment as needed to perform duties. The FSN may encounter frequent interruptions throughout the work day. The FSN will be regularly required to sit, talk, or hear, and may be required to lead outings involving hiking, walking, driving, and other physical activities. The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Duties and responsibilities

• Effectively engage with families who are seeking their own recovery and link them with needed community resources
• Provide non-clinical support
• Support individuals in defining and directing their own recovery plan
• Engage individuals in a timely and expeditious manner, at critical points of recovery vulnerability and throughout various stages of the recovery process
• Facilitate both individual and group support
• Work on-call several evenings each month
• Maintain a collaborative relationship with all outside groups and agencies.
• Conduct community outreach to enlist new participants and to educate the community about the Recovery Center.
• Collect required data, prepare reports and program outcome statements


• 1-3 years experience working in a health and human service agency
• Working knowledge of treatment, recovery, and supportive services
• Understand person-centered recovery and the right to self-determination
• Ability to model behavior consistent with the mission of the HFM Prevention Council and Recovery Center
• Willingness to work a flexible schedule (including some evenings and weekends) and travel primarily throughout Fulton and Montgomery County areas.
• Current valid driver’s license and vehicle availability.

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