Overview: The Treatment Clinician-Dual Disorders (LADC) will provide dual diagnosis (chemical & mental health) clinical treatment counseling and case management to adult women and/ or men, including offenders, pregnant women, and women with dependent children as part of the RRC Treatment Team in RRC’s licensed Rule 31 treatment programs. This includes facilitation of clinical services, both individual and group sessions. The Client Services Supervisor- Outpatient Treatment Programs  will directly supervise the position. Schedule: Monday –Friday (8am-4:30pm), with the ability to work a flexible schedule that may include working 2 evenings/ week.



  • Screen and assess individuals referred to RRC for intake to establish appropriateness and/or eligibility for program.
  • Assess individual’s stability and level of service need in the recovery process
  • Assess individual needs and make appropriate referral and service coordination for community-based services.
  • Provide dual diagnosis clinical services (individual and group sessions, through case management and counseling techniques that meet professional and ethical standards for chemical health).
  • Coordinate care with RRC supportive services – Health Education Nurse for issues related to medications and health care system navigation; Mental Health Professional  for those in need of diagnostic assessment and mental health services; and Housing Support Specialists for individuals in RRC Transitional Housing, etc.
  • Ensure service coordination for care and services within RRC and community-based agencies.
  • Record necessary documentation of work with client within required time frame.
  • Provide public relations and outreach to various community agencies.
  • Conduct treatment groups, lectures on dual diagnosis, mental health, chemical dependency, and additional topics as requested utilizing RRC Treatment Curriculum.
  • Develop treatment planning and interventions that encompass strategies for treatment co-occurring chemical and mental health issues (dual disorders).
  • Conduct urinalysis.
  • Actively participate in RRC’s diversity efforts and committees.
  • Attend all meetings and staffing as required.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.



  • (Required) Licensed as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC)
  • (Required) Must be licensed and in compliance with the appropriate licensure board, i.e. board of Behavioral Health & Therapy
  • (Required) Experience and/or training in group facilitation.
  • (Required) Ability to work as a team member with coworkers and referral sources.
  • (Required) Experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • (Required) 2 years  or more freedom from substance abuse problems
  • (Desired) Experience and/or training in trauma informed care
  • (Desired) Experience and/or training providing services to corrections and ex-offenders
  • (Desired) Experience providing services to parole/probation referrals, hospitals, county social workers, and other key stakeholders.
  • (Strongly Preferred) Must have training and experience in co-occurring/ dual diagnosis issues (Ex: minimum of 10 hours training in co-occurring disorders, certification in co-occurring disorders, or dually licensed LADC and mental health professional)
  • (Strongly Preferred) The ideal candidate will be jointly licensed in chemical health and mental health/ social work. 


STARTING SALARY RANGE: Competitive & Negotiable, Depending on Qualifications


BENEFITS: 3 weeks vacation. 10 sick days, 10 holidays, medical, dental, life and LTD insurance, 401(k) plan


DEADLINE: Open Until Filled; Interviews will begin upon receipt of qualified candidates.


Send/fax/email a cover letter and resume to: RESOURCE/ RRC, Attn: Sherman Lightfoot 1900 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 / 612.752.8001 / slightfoot@resource-mn.org


Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer