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We attribute our success to our dedicated and caring employees.  If you aspire to make a difference in the substance use and mental health field, we encourage you to submit a resume. View a complete list of current job openings.

We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits including medical and dental insurance, three weeks vacation, ten hours of sick leave per month, five personal leave days, eleven holidays, short term disability, life insurance, SEP pension plan (the agency contributes 3%) and 403B pretax retirement plan. We provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without respect to race, color, religious creed, age, sex, sexual orientation, physical disability, or marital status.



Administration - Grants & Development Manager

Grants & Development Manager – 20 hours/week: experience in grant writing, donor management and fundraising required. Experience with state, federal and local RFP processes preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills required.  Computer proficiency required. Bachelor's degree in related field and 5 years related exp. or Master's degree in related field and 3 years related exp. Ability to handle multiple projects & proposals in deadline-driven environment.


Grace House - multiple positions

Administrative Assistant II: 8-4pm Monday-Friday. Responsible for records, reports, data entry, quality assurance, filing, ordering supplies, scheduling appointments and monitoring client activity. Bachelor degree, Associate's Degree and 1 year related exp or 2 years related exp. Must type 45 wpm.

Client Supervisor I – 3rd shift: 12-8am Monday-Friday. Responsible for filing, data entry, quality assurance, monitoring and supervising clients, monitors urinalysis, providing transportation and clerical tasks as assigned. High school diploma or GED and 1 year related experience.

Client Supervisor I part-time: 8-4pm Saturday and Sunday or 4pm-12am Saturday and Sunday or 12-8am Saturday and Sunday.Responsible for filing, data entry, monitoring and supervising clients, monitors urinalysis, providing transportation and clerical tasks as assigned. High school diploma or GED and 1 year related experience.

Client Supervisor II: 4pm-12am Monday-Friday.  Responsible for ensuring all residents are engaging in appropriate activity, procedures are followed, monitors urinalysis, house management and provides transportation as needed. Bachelor's degree in related field, Associate's degree and 1 year related experience or 2 years related experience.

Clinician Coordinator: 8-4pm Monday-Friday. Responsible for completing substance use & mental health assessments and intakes, facilitating groups, carrying a caseload, reports, quality assurance, program administration and staff supervision. Strong diagnostic skills needed. Master's Degree in related field and 2 years related experience with 1 year supervisory. Professional licensure required (LCSW or LPC) but will consider license eligible candidates.

Grace House is a 5-bed mental health program for women re-entering the community after incarceration.


Outpatient Services - Intake and asessment

Intake and Assessment Clinician: Willimantic & Danielson: Responsible for completing substance use & mental health assessments and intakes, facilitating groups as necessary. Strong diagnostic skills needed. Master's Degree in related field and 1 year related experience. Professional licensure preferred (LCSW or LPC) but will consider license eligible candidates. Salary based on experience.Outpatient substance use and co-occurring mental health treatment and case management.


Peer Support Specialist - per diem

Peer Support Specialist: an individual who has lived experience in the recovery process from substance use or mental health. Will provide support to an individual who is seeking help in establishing or maintaining his or her recovery. The services provided will be face to face interactions with some phone support. Applicants must be willing to disclose their status of recovery in substance use or mental health and have a minimum of 2 years of recovery from Substance Use/Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders (self-attestation), if applicable. Must communicate and write clearly, have good engagement skills, basic computer skills and a valid driver's license. A certification of completion of Peer Support training from Advocacy Unlimited or CCAR and a high school diploma/GED is required.  If the applicant does not have the certification but is willing to complete the training they can apply for a scholarship. An applicant may substitute the Peer Support training/certification with a Bachelor's degree and 1 year related human services experience.


Perception House - Clinician

Clinician: Responsible for facilitating groups and individual counseling.  Master's degree in related field, 1 year related experience and license eligible. Salary based on experience. Perception House is a residential treatment program for adults with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders.








WORKING FOR PPI

Our highly skilled professionals are dedicated to helping clients achieve personal growth and fulfillment. The success of our programs can be traced to a knowledgeable and caring staff.

Employment opportunities within Perception Programs include full-time, part-time and per diem positions. We are well respected within Connecticut as a provider of high quality services, as well as a training ground for employees.

Our clinical positions require a Master's or Bachelor's Degree. We have many entry-level positions available and place a high value on experience, knowledge of substance use, mental health, community justice, HIV/AIDS, recovery, and 12-step programs.

Please apply online.



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