Current Open Positions

Resident Assistant – Turning Point

Positions: 2x Third Shift / Per diem (multiple)

Hours:  Third shift (10:30pm – 9:00 am)

Major Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for delivery of evidence based practice psycho-educational groups (life skills, relapse prevention, peer support, wellness, etc.) as approved by the Clinical Director or Clinical Manager.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all client medications are taken as prescribed by physician order and in a timely manner.
  • Performs and records a medication count at the beginning and end of each shift worked in conjunction with other staff coming in or going home.
  • Responsible for overseeing the common areas; assures that the common areas are kept neat and clean at all times.
  • Performs random room searches – bedrooms, bathrooms, and common areas.
  • Manage and enforce house rules and policies consistently and in a positive manner.
  • Conduct intakes and orientation for new clients.
  • Perform observed drug testing and screening with residents as well as federal clients (NH & ME) as appropriate/required.
  • Responsible to communicate and work as a team member with all individuals on your shift.
  • Attend staff meetings, change of shift meetings, and house meetings.
  • Maintain a high level of professional and ethical standards.

Other Requirements/Information:

  • Certification as a Certified Recovery Support Worker mandatory or working towards certification
  • In addition to shift hired for, must be able to work occasional early mornings, evenings, and weekends
  • Position based in Dover, NH

How to Apply:  If interested in this position please email your resume to or if you have inquiries, please call Tracy Mantos at (603) 516-8188.

Salary Range:  Starting wage $15.50/hour with no certification; $16.50 with CRSW certification, plus shift differential.  New hire RAs will be subject to a $1 raise after 90 days.

Sober House Manager

Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services (SENHS) is seeking a House Manager for a new male sober house in Dover, New Hampshire.  The House Manager will live in the house and have a significant leadership role in supporting the other residents in the home.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Be a peer leader in the house.
  • Ensure residents are in the house for curfew.
  • Lead weekly house meetings.
  • Oversee urine drug testing of residents per company policies.
  • Oversee resident chores and ensure the house remains in a clean and up-kept state.
  • Assist new residents with move-in and orientation, as well as discharges and move-outs.
  • Maintain a positive environment in the home.
  • Firmly and fairly enforce rules and guidelines.
  • Report any maintenance, resident or security issues to SENHS management.
  • Work with SENHS case manager to ensure residents can succeed in their recoveries.

Position Requirements:

  • Must be in recovery from substance abuse and maintained sobriety continuously for at least the previous 12 months and demonstrate a commitment to continued sobriety and treatment.
  • Maintain a reliable presence in the home.
  • Strong interpersonal, conflict resolution and decision-making skills.
  • Ability to diplomatically handle interpersonal situations.
  • Strong communication skills.


  • Access to a smartphone.
  • Training in SUD peer support.

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume to (


Bi-weekly Stipend; House manager may and is encouraged to have employment outside the home.

This is considered a non-benefit eligible employee part time position.

IDCMP LADC Counselor

Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (SENHS) in Dover, NH, invites you to join our committed, compassionate team of healthcare professionals as our Impaired Driver Care Management Program Coordinator (IDCMP). SENHS’ workplace is open to all and welcomes those who wish to devote their talent to treating individuals with addiction.   


NH licensed LADC (minimum), MLADC, LICSW, or LMHC. 

Major Responsibilities:

The IDCMP LADC is responsible for collecting all information pertaining to the assessment and aftercare requirements for individuals who meet specific criteria in accordance with the rules as set by the State of New Hampshire – Division of Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, Division of Motor Vehicles, and the Department of Health and Human Services. 

  • Responsible for collection of information and data input into WITS for ASI (Addiction Severity Index) for each eligible client.
  • Review and evaluate documentation, prepare service plan with client, provide referral information.
  • Represent SENHS at all “red flag” hearings.
  • Act as a liaison between BDAS, courts, and DMV.
  • Provide services with clients using Evidence Based Practices.
  • Ability to create curriculum for use in group sessions.
  • Work closely with Intake Coordinator on all billing information and payments for patients.
  • Collaborate with other agencies to ensure access to resources for patients.
  • Retain working relationships with organizations, service providers, and other agencies.
  • Maintain a high level of professional and ethical standard.
  • Maintain compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Reports to Clinical Director and/or CEO with program development, fiscal budgetary status, and proposed operational changes as required.

 How to Apply: Please submit your resume to (

Salary Range: Negotiable- depending on qualifications and experience


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