• IBADCC Team

Newsletter May 2021

Updated: Jun 2



Dear IBADCC Members,


This week we have a few important administrative updates! Please read on for information on the best way to contact the IBADCC office, a heads-up on upcoming website changes, and a new job posting!



How to Contact IBADCC

The best way to contact the administrative office of the IBADCC is to send an email to ibadcc@ibadcc.org.

Our inbox is checked daily. If you are looking to speak directly with someone at the IBADCC office, the phone number is 952-855-8827 (9am - 5pm Mountain Time).

Please note, all voicemails are answered within 24-48 business hours. We appreciate your patience as we work to answer all incoming calls from our members.


New Website Coming Soon!

We have been working hard behind the scenes to redesign and update the IBADCC website experience. You can expect a more modern feel, easy-to-find resources, a robust FAQ section and search options, a clear format for an understanding of certification and renewal requirements, and more! The new website will be launching this June. We are so excited to share this with you soon!

Join us on Social Media

If you are looking for a way to stay connected to the IBADCC community and learn about upcoming continuing education, news releases, and events, follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn.


New content is posted weekly, including our new Feel Good Friday feature where we share helpful tips for self-care and staying grounded. Today, we focus on keeping positivity at the heart of what we do.




Job Opportunity

There is a new job posting at the Center for Behavioral Health at the Boise and Meridian locations!

Job Description

The Center for Behavioral Health is a nationwide provider of drug and alcohol treatment services. Our employees take pride in working for Center for Behavioral Health and serving our patients to change their behaviors and improve their lives. Our clinics provide an environment in which employees can take pride in their work, grow professionally, and continue to learn new skills. The Center for Behavioral Health provides a comprehensive package of employee benefits including paid holidays, vacation and sick time, retirement plans, medical, dental and vision insurance, company paid life insurance, paid time off for continued education, licensing supervision and much more.

Counselor

Rare opportunity for counselor to work in medication-assisted treatment clinic in both our Boise and Meridian locations. Seeking candidate who is competent, with strong organizational and interpersonal skills required. Duties include performing bio-psycho-social assessments and treatment plans; as well as counseling individuals with substance use disorders, and their families. Candidate must be comfortable working as a team member as well as independently. Early morning hours.

Requirements

Domestic Violence course instruction is preferred. Candidate must possess a Masters, CADC, ACADC, NWI-A/D Specialist, MAC, LMSW, LCSW, LMFT, NP, CNS, PA, LPC and/or LCPC Center for Behavioral Health offers competitive compensation with outstanding promotional opportunities.

Benefits

Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance Company Paid and Supplemental Life Insurance Options Dependent Care FSA Tuition Reimbursement Program Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Retirement Plans managed by Investment Professionals Vacation, Sick Days, and Paid Holidays Licensing Supervision Free CEU’s Employee Referral Program Welcome Onboarding and Length of Service Gifts To apply, please download the application here. Do you have a job you would like advertised? Read more here.

Questions?


If you have questions on the recommendations or resources included in this email, or if you have specific questions not addressed here, please contact IBADCC’s Executive Director, Becca Stickney, at bstickney@ibadcc.org. The IBADCC will also be posting updates for members on our website, including a new COVID-19 page, and on our Facebook page where you can follow us to receive timely updates.