Why You'll Love This Job!
Your compassionate and caring nature, combined with your ability to truly understand what our expectant mothers are facing as they work to overcome addiction, places you at the top of the list for 180 Health Partner’s Peer Advocate position!
As a Peer Advocate, you are the heart of our mission. Your openness about your past experiences is valuable and vital to the success of our program, and highly inspirational to our clients whose goals are to conquer drug dependence and deliver healthy babies. Imagine the complete satisfaction you will feel each day, knowing you, with unwavering support from your peers, have made a positive difference in the lives of others, even on the toughest days. In return, you will receive excellent healthcare benefits, a dependent care spending account and generous paid time off, including 10 holidays.
Grab this unique opportunity to enrich your life and career! Apply today to join the 180 Health Partners team as a Peer Advocate!
Peer Advocate Responsibilities
- Identify individual client needs and documents intervention based on relationship and assessment
- Provide support to clients through a variety of settings and assists with support groups, as needed
- Contribute to case management meetings to ensure team approach is delivered to each client
- Complete documentation for client contacts, touches, cancellations and care plan
- Communicate professionally with clients, families, physicians, community agencies and office staff
- Responsible for achieving set goals/Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
- Represent and promote 180 through participation and interaction with the community
- Participate in fair, timely and respectful conflict resolution
- Support all members of the 180 team in the performance of their duties
- Participate in problem-solving and performance improvement processes
- Travel could exceed 50% of the time and include occasional overnights
Peer Advocate Qualifications
- Must be eligible to obtain Certification as a Peer Recovery Specialist
- Minimum high school diploma or equivalent
- Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license
- Basic computer proficiency; must be able to type and navigate Cloud-based environment
- 1+ year(s) as a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist preferred
- A background in working in a maternal population a plus