Open Road’s Employment Specialist team aims to increase the number of people moving into employment from a variety of community services with a focus on offending and other complex needs
The Recovery Worker is part of the Integrated Recovery Service Team. Working with clients, they initiate recovery, utilising clients’ individual recovery capital, and support reintegration and sustained long term recovery from substance misuse. As the Recovery Worker you will be responsible for care co-ordination of all clients entering the service and engaging in treatment.
The Young Person’s service provides a substance misuse service to young people up to 18 and a transition service for those aged 18 to 30. The YP Substance Misuse Apprentice will learn to ensure that individuals receive the appropriate interventions that meet their individual needs. By completing the Level 3 Youth Support Worker course, the post holder will learn to be responsible for the assessment and management of a caseload as well as the delivery of both structured and semi structured interventions in both one to one and group sessions.
Criminal Justice Recovery Workers will be part of the All Age Recovery Service (AARCS) team working specifically with clients involved with the criminal justice system. Being required to encourage, initiate and sustain recovery, workers will facilitate both 1:1 and group-based psychosocial interventions with prolific offenders, whilst maintaining excellent relationships with partnership agencies.