COASTAL HORIZONS CENTER, INC. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
DATE OF NOTICE: February 28, 2017 JOB TITLE: Nursing Supervisor – Outpatient Treatment Program
Full Time, Exempt
Coastal Horizons Center, Inc., a recognized leader in substance use and mental health
treatment services in southeastern North Carolina, along with additional criminal justice, rape
crisis, and prevention programs, has an opportunity for a Nursing Supervisor to become part of
our Outpatient Opioid Treatment Program. This opportunity will be based in our Wilmington, NC.
The Nursing Supervisor will primarily be responsible for providing supervision of the nursing
staff involved with the following:
Acquiring client medical histories and health assessments; providing appropriate care
either through intervention or referral.
Oversees, monitors and ensures that dispensing of medication prescribed by medical
treatment staff meets the needs of the clients and meets state and federal requirements.
Dispense/Supply prescribed medication as directed by program physician and provides
educational information to clients and their families.
Provides clinical education and training to staff, families, and clients concerning sexually
transmitted diseases, HIV, Syphilis, TB/Hepatitis, related health issues, substance use,
addiction, and recovery.
Monitors and ensures standards of quality delivery of medical services, infection control
and regulatory compliance.
Provides other as-needed nursing services to clients enrolled in outpatient treatment
services – specifically to the clients receiving Methadone, Buprenorphine, or other
approved “medication assisted treatment” for opioid dependence.
Required Education/Experiential Qualifications:
Graduation from an accredited school of nursing, B.S.N.
Preferred three to five years of progressively responsible experience working with
individuals having substance use disorders as well as experienced with staffing
supervision; emphasis on opioid addiction and treatment programs
SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Must have current license to practice as a registered nurse in the
State of North Carolina, and possess a valid driver’s license with evidence of safe driving record
SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience. Benefits available include
health/medical, dental, life insurance, paid time off programs, 401 K retirement savings plan. For
more information, please visit our website at www.coastalhorizons.org.
PLEASE SEND RESUME & COVER LETTER TO: (NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE)
COASTAL HORIZONS CENTER, INC.
615 SHIPYARD BLVD., WILMINGTON, NC. 28412
Email: email@example.com Fax: 910-790-0189
COASTAL HORIZONS CENTER, INC.
DATE OF NOTICE: April 18, 2017 JOB TITLE: Medical Director (full/part time, with schedule flexibility)
Coastal Horizons Center, Inc., a recognized leader in substance use, mental health, rape crisis, prevention and criminal justice services in southeastern North Carolina, has an opportunity for a Medical Director to become part of our expanding organization. Coastal Horizons Center, Inc., is a non-profit service organization, a CABHA approved, and CARF certified service provider with the state of North Carolina.
The Medical Director provides medical direction and supervision in directing the activities and medical treatment plans of outpatient substance use and mental health disorder treatment programs, which may include direct patient care, counseling, opioid treatment, psychiatric/psychological, integrated primary care, and other therapeutic services at Coastal Horizons. The Medical Director provides direct services and oversight to the Opioid Treatment Program and to the Office-based Buprenorphine services at Coastal Horizons, and provides supervision to supporting Advance Practice Practitioners. The Medical Director works closely with Agency leadership on program development, modification, expansion, and quality improvement initiatives within the Agency.
Graduation from Medical School, and completion of required internships/residency program requirements.
Thorough knowledge of substance abuse, addiction, mental health and co-occurring disorders.
An equivalent combination of education and experience.
SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience PLEASE SEND RESUME & COVER LETTER TO:(NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE)
COASTAL HORIZONS CENTER, INC.
615 SHIPYARD BLVD.
WILMINGTON, NC 28412
ATTN: Clinical Director
Or email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Carolina Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence exhibits at the Addiction Professionals of North Carolina Spring Conference this week in Asheville. NCATOD became an Organizational Member with APNC last month and the NCATOD Team is excited about new collaborations throughout the state.
If you are out and about in Asheville this week, stop by and see us!
Celebrate the Voices of Recovery with NCATOD as we have once again join together to create customized tracks to meet the specialized needs of our nurses, administrators, clinical staff and leaders in the field of opioid treatment.
NCATOD is currently accempting proposals for conference topics. If you are interested in presenting or know of an engaging, knowledgable leader in the field who you would like to see present, we want to hear from you.
Please click on the link below to download the Speaker Proposal form. Please complete and return via email to email@example.com no later than April 26th.
AG Stein Launches Social Media Conversation to Discuss Opioid Crisis
#opioidsurvivor allows people to share stories, learn about resources, raise awareness
RALEIGH, N.C. – Attorney General Josh Stein today announced that his office will host a social media conversation each Tuesday to discuss the opioid epidemic. Facebook and Twitter users can use #opioidsurvivor to share stories about their personal connection to the opioid epidemic, to discuss resources for treatment and success in recovery and to raise awareness of the dangers associated with opioid misuse and addiction. The first conversation will take place tomorrow, Feb. 28, which is North Carolina Addiction Recovery Day.
“Opioid addiction is tearing families apart all across our state,” said AG Josh Stein. “Four people die in North Carolina each day from an overdose, while four times that amount are hospitalized and another eight times that amount are taken to emergency rooms. Research has shown that many people view prescription drugs as safer and less addictive, which is an extremely dangerous misconception. My hope is that facilitating this conversation will help raise awareness for the danger of using these drugs and provide hope and support for people trying to recover from addiction.”
To participate in this conversation, users should post their stories and thoughts about this issue on Twitter or Facebook and include #opioidsurvivor in their message.
Background on AG Stein and this issue:
Confronting the opioid epidemic is one of AG Stein’s top priorities. He is working with the North Carolina General Assembly on legislation to address the issue.
AG Stein recently delivered a speech on the topic available here.
AG Stein also is traveling to communities across the state that have been impacted by this issue. Coverage of a recent event in Fayetteville is available here and here.
We are surrounded by caring individuals who strive to provide the best possible services to our consumers. We often find ourselves honored to work alongside a dedicated professional who continuously goes above and beyond the call of duty in their service to the field. Some of these individuals have made significant contributions to the treatment of opioid dependence.
Take a few minutes to complete this form and recognize a colleague for their work and commitment by nominating them for the Beverly Hill Achievement Award.
Please click on the link below to download a nomination form. Please complete and email to Amy Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday, September 9th.
Join us for the 2016 Conference for Best Practices in Opioid Treatment
September 15-16th, 2016 | Doubletree by Hilton Brownstone
1707 Hillsborough Street | Raleigh, NC
This year, we are excited to announce that we have expand the conference sessions to bring you three additional training hours. With sessions held on both Thursday evening and Friday, you have three registration options to choose from best align with your schedule.