Opioid Health Home – Clinical Care Coordinator

  • Full-time
  • Portland, ME
  • May 31, 2023

EMPLOYER: The Opportunity Alliance



The Opportunity Alliance is seeking a Clinical Care Coordinator to join the team in our Opioid Health Home (OHH).  Come join our team and help make a difference in our vibrant community!

The Opioid Health Home (OHH) Clinical Care Coordinator participates as both the counselor and care coordinator in the OHH program to support a recovery oriented, harm-reduction, trauma informed, integrated health service that strives to enhance client engagement and improve health outcomes. This position utilizes a strengths based/client centered approach and contributes to program outcomes through direct individual and group counseling and provision of care coordination for clients. This includes providing health promotion, individual and family support services, and referral to community and social support services.

The Clinical Care Coordinator will collaborate with the OHH team and client to complete comprehensive assessments, develop plans of care, and coordinate with external and internal service teams. This position will work with the interdisciplinary OHH team to provide clinical insight into the service delivery to clients, participate in program initiatives, attend team meetings and supervision, and complete documentation in a timely fashion. Work is conducted at clients’ homes, providers’ offices, TOA locations, and other community settings. The Clinical Care Coordinator fosters good communication and optimal relationships with vital partners, including clients, outside providers, community resources, and the entities governing and auditing the program’s integrity and quality of its outcomes.



Bachelor’s degree required in the field of substance use, mental health, psychology, or a related field (behavioral health or human services) or a combination of education and experience that qualifies the candidate to receive an CADC or LADC. Minimal license of CADC or LADC required. Strong and diverse clinical knowledge, including familiarity with recovery-oriented service, trauma-informed care, Motivational Interviewing, treatment of co-occurring disorders, and the principles of harm reduction. One to three years of experience doing direct service with oppressed populations required. Minimum one year experience providing substance use counseling. Experience in developing successful relationships with vital work partners. Contracts that have Rider D: Must be able to able to successfully pass a criminal background, child protective service check & sex offender check. Must not be on the state or federal suspension and disbarment list. Normal office conditions such as sitting, with occasional standing, walking, reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching, typing and lifting up to 10 pounds. Driving may be necessary to attend meetings and trainings and for the occasional need to meet with clients offsite and within the program service area. This may include transportation of clients or driving to agency location to complete work. A good driving record is required.


Licensed Clinical Social worker, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, or Clinical Conditional license (LMSW-CC or LCPC-C) preferred. Experience with integrated healthcare for adults preferred. Experience in electronic data collection and reporting very helpful. Will require daily review of electronically stored clinical documentation. Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office is a preferred.