Location: San Francisco, California
The Substance Treatment Outpatient Program (STOP) is a program of the UCSF Citywide Case Management Division, located at 982 Mission St. and providing services there and at other community sites in the South of Market and Tenderloin neighborhoods of San Francisco. These sites represent unique collaborations between UCSF, the Sobering Center of the SF Dept. of Public Health (SF DPH), and the Community Assessment and Services Center (CASC) of the SF Adult Probation Dept. STOP is integrated in 3 sites served by the Citywide Division.
* STOP at 982 Mission St. provides outpatient substance use disorders treatment to adults with addictions and serious mental illness, in coordination with psychiatric services they receive there.
* STOP at the CASC provides outpatient substance use disorders treatment to adults with addictions, mental illness, and criminal histories, in coordination with UCSF Citywide Case Management and other partners serving clients there.
* The STOP Intensive Case Management program provides case management and counseling to high utilizers of the Sobering Center.
With general supervision from the program director, the program supervisor leads the program in compliance with federal, state, county and university requirements, develops and evaluates program innovations based on evolving evidence in a culturally and trauma informed way, develops and revises policies and procedures, supervises licensed, registered or certified behavioral health clinicians, supervises other supervisors within the program, assesses client diagnostic and functional impairments and appropriate level of care, and coordinates with the division, funders, and collaborating agencies. The program supervisor also provides direct clinical services, including assessment of diagnostic and functional impairments, determination of appropriate level of and approach to care, crisis intervention, psychotherapy (individual, group, family), recovery incentives (point of care urine drug testing with client incentives based on results), coordination with prescribing clinicians, case management, and community outreach. Facilitates and co-facilitates group counseling to help staff and trainees develop their clinical skills. The program supervisor receives supervision from the program director, with guidance from the medical director, division administrator, and division director.
To see the salary range for this position (we recommend that you make a note of the job code and use that to look up): TCS Non-Academic Titles Search (ucop.edu)
Please note: The compensation ranges listed online for roles not covered by a bargaining unit agreement are very wide, however a job offer will typically fall in the range of 80% - 120% of the established mid-point. An offer will take into consideration the experience of the final candidate AND the current salary level of individuals working at UCSF in a similar role.
For roles covered by a bargaining unit agreement, there will be specific rules about where a new hire would be placed on the range.
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