Addictions Clinician (Worcester, Webster, and Fitchburg Offices): The qualified candidate will be working with youth, families, and adults in one of our area clinics or in a home-based setting providing effective treatment for individuals and families struggling with addiction. In addition to regular individual and group supervision along with ongoing training, the candidate will have the opportunity to be trained in both an evidence-based trauma model and evidence-based substance abuse model (if appropriate)to further their knowledge in trauma and substance abuse work and improving their ability to provide effective treatment. Applicants must have a Master’s Degree from a mental health field and have experience working with youth and families, either through coursework or through experience in providing addictions counseling. Experience working with groups preferred but not required. Bilingual/bicultural candidates are encouraged to apply. Benefits included along with travel reimbursement for any work-related activities.