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Mental Health Clinician--Master's Level Outpatient Treatment Services

Since 1972, Steppingstone has been providing services to those in need in Southeastern Massachusetts. We are a leader in behavioral health and homeless services. We offer an array of individualized client-focused services in a variety of treatment settings.

We are licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to provide substance use and mental health treatment. Grants from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development enable us to provide various supportive housing opportunities for the homeless. A grant from the United States Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides integrated treatment and on-site services in our permanent housing programs. Other funding allows us to provide HIV Case Management, Gambling treatment, Pregnant and Postpartum services, and variety of other services. 


Full-time and Fee-for-service positions available to provide mental health services to adult population with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. LMHC, LCSW and LICSW preferred with at least 2 years' experience working with dual-diagnosis clients. Must be willing to work days, evenings and occasional Saturdays. Delivers treatment to clients through integrated service delivery & coordinated efforts with team members. 

Job Description:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Outpatient Services, this position is responsible for the direct delivery of clinical services to Outpatient Clinic participants. Includes the following duties:

  1. Conducts intakes and assessments;
  2. Development of treatment plans;
  3. Discharge planning;
  4. Provides individual and group counseling sessions;
  5. Conducts charting and progress notes;
  6. Coordinates referrals to ancillary services;
  7. Attends weekly clinical supervision;
  8. Participates in staff meetings, trainings and development;
  9. Attends weekly Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings, and Status conference meetings as needed;
  10. Work collaboratively with staff, and outside agencies;
  11. Participate in community outreach and special projects;
  12. Other duties and projects as assigned. 


  1. Minimum of two years clinical experience in psychiatric in-patient, residential, or outpatient environment;
  2. Minimum of two years working with co-occurring disorder clients;
  3. Minimum of one year conducting assessments, groups, and individual counseling with individuals affected by substance abuse problems; 

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