A Place To Recover
Welcome to New Vision Home of Hope, Inc(NVHOH) Substance Abuse Treatment Program. NVHOH is a community based substance abuse treatment program that prvides Level 1 (Standard Outpatient) and Level 1.1 (Intensive Outpatient) treatment services to an adult patient population. NVHOH staff is commited to helping those who have drug and/or alcohol abuse problems recover with respect and dignity. NVHOH is certified by the Office of Health Care Quality, Behavioral Health Administration.
NVHOH treatment philosophy is based upon the conceptualization of chemical dependency as a chronic and progressive disease. Our treatment philosophy encompasses that treatment services should be patient-centered, comprehensive and culturally appropriate to the patient populations we serve.
The Vision of New Vision House of Hope, INC. is to have communities without homelessness, with health equity for all, and to be the premiere advocate for individuals in need of critical supportive services.
The Mission of New Vision House of Hope, Inc. a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, is to provide transitional housing services, supportive services, and health education to empower and strengthen persons in recovery, living with HIV/AIDS, and newly-released from incarceration, as well as Veterans and the community at large.
We Do Recover
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our curriculum includes Early Recovery Skills, Relapse Prevention, Stress Management & Emotional Well being, Alcohol & Other Drug Education, and Social Support Groups. NVHOH is committed to providing a therapeutic, yet compassionate environment for both men and women and to provide participants with the tools, skills and resources needed to maintain a sober lifestyle.
Levels of Care
Intensive Outpatient (Minimum 9 hours per week)
Standard Outpatient (Less than 9 hours per week)
Random Toxicology Screening
Resources and Referrals
Mental Health Groups
Free-for-Service – Currently Accepting
Transportation Assistance Available
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POSITION TITLE: ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELOR
Full-time 40 hours per week
LOCATION: 200 E. Lexington St., Suite 501, Baltimore, MD 21202
Under supervision, the Counselor will provide assessment and group counseling to an adult client population at a CARF-accredited outpatient substance abuse treatment program within a non-profit organization. He/she will be responsible for facilitating task-oriented group counseling sessions that deal with early and late stage alcohol and substance abuse issues.
The Counselor provides alcohol and drug counseling services including: conducting and documenting screenings and assessments of new clients, conducting intakes and admissions of new clients, developing treatment plans, leading group counseling sessions, maintaining medical records and files, documenting group counseling progress notes, participating in clinical staff meetings and serving as a member of the treatment team, adhering to applicable laws, regulations, and agency policies governing alcohol and drug abuse services, and other duties as necessary.
The Counselor will have an alcohol and drug trainee letter or certification from the State of Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists and a minimum of six months’ work experience in the field of alcohol and drug counseling. Please send cover letter and resume to the attention of: Ms. Tammy Elliott, Program Administrator at email@example.com.