MLADC Residential Director

Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services (SENHS) is seeking a residential director to be responsible for the oversight and development of the residential services to include comprehensive clinical services and care management for individuals with drug and alcohol dependence, and co-occurring disorders. The director will ensure that policies and procedures are followed, and reporting requirements are met with all funding agencies. Will also supervise counselors and residential assistants.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Management of agency residential programs. Currently includes a low intensity (3.1), 28-bed program, with possible expansion of high intensity (3.5), 16-bed program.
  • Provide supervision for MLADC and LADC counselors, as well as CRSW residential assistants.
  • Provide leadership to the clinical interdisciplinary team consistent with ASAM guidelines and level of care criteria.
  • Ensure quality assurance in the maintenance of accurate, complete, timely and high-quality documentation and data collection to meet best practice clinical standards that comply with program policies and procedures, payer requirements and external regulatory standards including electronic (WITS) and paper records.
  • Maintain compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Work closely with Admissions and Billing Department on all billing information and payments for patients.
  • Assist with grant and proposal writings.
  • Oversee screening, training, and supervision of existing and new staff to promote, develop and build an effective organization.
  • Expand working relationship with organizations, service providers, and other agencies that provide client referrals.
  • Assists in preparation of annual operating budget with the Executive Director.
  • Assists in the development and implementation of internal policies and procedures.

Position Requirements:

  • Minimum of master’s degree in counseling, clinical psychology, or related field.
  • NH Master Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (MLADC) with experience supervising MLADC/LADC candidates or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW).
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in management of staff and directing clinical programs.
  • Minimum of five years of experience in Substance Abuse Counseling and mental health.
  • Knowledge of ASAM criteria, Evidence Based Practices (EBP) and Addiction Severity Index (ASI).
  • Familiarity with HeP 826 rules (NH Medicaid licensing rules for SUD residential treatment).
  • Knowledge of and ability to comply with regulatory and payer requirements and standards.
  • Knowledgeable and ability to deliver the Matrix Model of treatment.
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Computer literate with a working knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel.

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

Salary Range:  Negotiable- depending on qualifications and experience

Residential SUD Counselor

Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services (SENHS) is seeking a highly motivated full-time LADC (minimum), MLADC, LICSW, or LCMHC licensed counselor. Candidate must have experience working with clients with substance use disorder issues. Experience with mental health a plus. Counselor will work with clients in our residential treatment program providing individual and group treatment sessions.


NH licensed LADC (minimum), MLADC, LICSW, or LMHC, or working towards licensure in New Hampshire.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Provide one-on-one counseling and/or group sessions with clients using evidence based practices.
  • Knowledge of ASAM criteria, Evidence Based Practices (EBP) and Addiction Severity Index (ASI).
  • Facilitate/lead IOP groups.
  • Ability to create curriculum for use in group sessions.
  • Collaborate with other agencies to ensure access to resources for clients.
  • Maintain a high level of professional and ethical standards.
  • Maintain compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Complete all necessary clinical documentation for clients, including but not limited to group therapy session notes; individual counseling session notes; weekly case reviews; monthly treatment reports; treatment plans and treatment plan reviews; WITS documentation and correspondence; US Probation documentation for Federal Clients when applicable; ASI and SUD assessments; discharge summaries and miscellaneous notes as needed and signed off on by a licensed counselor.

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume to (

Salary Range:

Negotiable- depending on qualifications and experience.

Development Program Coordinator

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 Development Program Coordinator. SENHS’ workplace is open to all and welcomes those who wish to devote their talent to treating individuals with addiction.

We seek a Development Program Coordinator to lead and grow our nascent fundraising program. The ideal candidate brings prior development experience to bolster SENHS’s efforts and will work closely with its Executive Director and an enthusiastic and supportive core of volunteers. The ideal candidate is comfortable learning on the job, can work independently, and is welcoming to volunteers new to fund development. As the principal manager of development programming and constituent engagement, this is an ideal opportunity for professional growth.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Organize and execute annual giving (appeals and individual gifts all levels), events (fundraising and recognition), community and business outreach, and special project initiatives.
  • Work with Executive and Clinical director to write and submit government and foundation grants.
  • Data collection and management process including gift processing and donor acknowledgements.
  • Managing donor relations: identification, tracking, cultivation, and solicitation of individual donors and organizational funders to include: 1:1 outreach and interaction with donors, friends and sponsors.
  • Appropriate and consistent stewardship (communication, recognition, reporting) of donors/funders independently and with partners.
  • Volunteer and peer collaboration; staffing and working with the Board development committee.
  • Communications (traditional print and electronic collateral) and agency marketing on all platforms – social media, website, and traditional media.
  • Documentation (reporting and analysis) of fundraising outcomes with industry benchmarks.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Management Team.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 1-3 years development experience.
    Ability to handle multiple priorities and deadlines.
  • Strong organization skills.
  • Demonstrated proficiency and creativity in donor correspondence (personal letters, gift acknowledgement).
  • Ability to interact and work with a diverse group and comfort level in speaking/presenting to groups. Confidentiality, ethics and discretion commensurate with a professional development post.
  • Excellent oral, written and electronic communication skills.
  • Prior experience with research (donor and grant funders).
  • Experience working with media outlets.
  • Knowledge of graphic skills and or software programs to produce print collateral.
  • Ability to create new systems and efficiencies.
  • Proficient in MicroSoft Office and Word Press, etc.
  • Awareness and or knowledge of CRF 42, part 2 regulations.

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

Salary Range:  Negotiable- depending on qualifications and experience

Resident Assistant – Turning Point Residential Program

Positions:        2 Full-time (40 hours per week) and multiple per diem

Hours:           Third shift (10:30pm – 9:00 am) and Second shift (3:30 pm – 12 am)

Reports to:    Clinical Manager

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

Mon-Fri. 8:30AM to 5:00 PM

272 County Farm Road
Dover, NH 03820

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