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Texoma Community Center

MCOT LCDC



Job Description
Education and/or Experience:
• Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor-Intern, Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker in good standing with the State of Texas is required
• Two (2) years Human Services Experience preferred
• Experience working with individuals with mental illness and/ or addiction issues desirable

Certificates, Licensure, Registrations:
• Current driver’s license and vehicle for use while at work.

Position Summary:
Serves as an LCDC/Crisis Worker for TCC’s Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT). To provide community-based assessments and treatment in the form of crisis intervention services to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis and coordinate substance use disorder treatment and follow up. Will provide SUD assessment in conjugation with TCC’s jail diversion efforts. To advocate for least restrictive environment and coordination of services for those presenting with a mental health emergency in accordance with the philosophy, goals and objectives of Texoma Community Center and the Texas Administrative Code.
LCDC-Intern= $17.49
Fully Licensed LCDC =$20.43/hr







About Texoma Community Center
From crisis intervention to early childhood development assessments, Texoma Community Center in Cooke, Fannin, and Grayson counties offers a wide array of mental health services for adults, adolescents, and children. Thank you for your interest in Texoma Community Center.

All potential applicants must pass reference and background checks and a drug screen




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