Maternal Services Coordinator - Part Time

Job Description

SUPERVISED BY:  Director of Clinical Services                        




SUMMARY:   Provides clinical duties and administrative duties for the Maternal Addictions Program. Job would be shared with current Maternal Services Coordinator. Would entail working three days per week for three months.  Possibility of full time employment after three months.


  1. Provides individual counseling, group counseling, case management and crisis intervention to clients using the Maternal Addictions curriculum, as established.

  2. Works with the client and client’s counselor to develop an Individual Treatment Plan according to ODMHAS and CARF person/family-centered standards.

  3. Reviews and monitors services and activities for the Maternal Addictions Program, documenting progress toward goals established in the Maternal Addictions Plan.

  4. Works with potential M.A.P. partners on inclusion in the program.

  5. Provides in-house smoking cessation as outlined in the Maternal Addictions Operating Plan.

  6. Works with community resources to meet/expand the Maternal Addictions Program.

  7. Communicates to the Director of Clinical Services pertinent clinical data for review.

  8. Coordinates with Glad House on delivery of specialized services to mothers and children.

  9. Coordinates with current M.A.P. partners on program issues and resolutions of barriers.

  10. Attends individual supervision session with the Clinical Director.

  11. Participates in the recommendations of clients for phase determination, continued stay, termination or successful discharge.

  12. Through Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, Case Management, Crisis Intervention and other billable services, generates direct billable service hours according to First Step Home standards, as established in the annual review.

  13. Submits all documents relevant to services rendered according to First Step Home, Inc. timelines.

  14. Works to attain the goals as written in job performance evaluations.

  15. Abides by the standards as set forth in First Step Home’s Compliance Plan and Code of Conduct.

  16. Follows all safety rules and safe health practices at First Step Home, Inc.

  17. Pursues training necessary for enhancing clinical skills and acquiring and maintaining appropriate credentials and licenses.

  18. Complies with all agency policies, procedures, and directives of immediate supervisor, the President/CEO and the Board of Trustees of First Step Home, Inc.

  19. Follows the Core Values of First Step Home, Inc.

  20. Provides other duties as assigned.

      First Step Home is a residential and outpatient treatment program dedicated to women's centered care for addictions and co-occurring mental health and trauma related issues. The agency is nationally accredited by CARF and certified to provide services by the Ohio Mental Health Addiction Services Board.  The agency is focused on bringing best practices, collaborative partnerships and diversification of funding needed to address the needs of women of all ages and life stages that bring complex issues to the recovery program.

First Step Home was founded in 1993 in response to the need for a residential treatment facility that would permit children, ages 0 through 12, to live with their mother during treatment. This facility increased participation in substance abuse treatment and reduced the barrier of women being forced to place their children in foster care for extended periods of time. Clients of First Step Home include single women, pregnant women, women with criminal justice involvement and women with long histories of abuse. Please visit our website at EOE

We are an exciting, talented  diverse group dedicated to  women's sustained recovery from substance abuse, mental health issues and trauma.



  1.   Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling or related field required

  2.   Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling or related field preferred.

  3.   Nursing experience preferred.

  4.   Licensure Required: LSW, LCDC III required

  5.   LISW, LPC, LPCC or LICDC preferred

  6.   Two years’ experience working in the field of behavior health