Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, is a great place to work. Our staff of dedicated professionals devote themselves each day to helping people suffering from addictive disease reclaim their lives. Our commitment to service excellence is reflected in the high client satisfaction rating we receive, an honor we attribute to the compassion, commitment and quality of our staff. We are a growing organization adding locations to provide greater access to services.
Maryville is the designated provider of the Gloucester County Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center. Individuals who have been found guilty of driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol are mandated to attend either a 12 or 48 hour drug/alcohol education program. During the program, an assessment of their need for treatment is conducted. When a need for treatment is identified, individuals may be referred to attend a minimum of 16 drug/alcohol education groups. These individuals may be required to attend up to one year of outpatient treatment.
- Responsible for implementing the state mandated DUI program for convicted offenders of DUI laws in the state of NJ.
- Ensures all practices and scope of the IDRC program are within the regulations.
- Responsible for the daily functioning of the IDRC office on behalf of the state of NJ to facilitate the detainment, education, and screening and referral process of DUI offenders.
- Reviews and approves compliance and non-compliance orders to the court and state of NJ.
- Maintains full licensing, accreditation, credentialing and certifications as appropriate.
- Facilitates staff meetings, consultations, and special treatment activities as required including, but not limited to: meeting regularly with each counselor/consultants to review performance, quality of services, staff morale, etc.
- Establishes and maintains positive relationships with current and potential referral and regulatory agencies.
- Develops and maintains supportive relationships with public and community organizations by engaging in Public Relation Activities that advance the mission of the program/agency.
- Oversees all program operations including billing, financial responsibility, physical plant, clinical and administrative programming.
- Ensures building maintenance and overall functioning of the entire program (i.e. to ensure that proper health and safety practices are achieved and sustained).
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the CEO.
Prior knowledge and understanding of the DUI laws, legislation and program curriculum is strongly preferred.