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PSN has a wonderful team of amazing people who are passionate about serving the behavioral health needs of our local community. We are currently looking to fill the following positions:

Outreach Worker - Certified Peer Recovery Specialist: PSN seeks full-time Certified Peer Recovery Specialist to deliver effective and evidence-based peer recovery-based services and supports with our statewide outreach service activities to support individuals toward recovery who have mental health and/or opioid and other substance use challenges. A CPRS is an individual who has lived experience as a peer in recovery from mental health and/or substance use challenges who can support and assist others in achieving their own recovery and wellness. A Community Health Worker is an individual who serves a community health educator, navigate healthcare services, and works to reduce health care disparities and promote health equity. Looking for individuals who have direct lived and work experience and working towards or is a certified peer recovery specialist and community health worker with the RI Certification Board.

Parent Partner - Visitation Specialist: PSN seeks full-time peer with lived and/or work experience with children and youth with serious emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges whose parents have mental health or substance use challenges. This position will provide individualized face to face  parent and family peer support, education, and visitation services. This includes transporting children and coaching supervised visits. Key skills includes knowledge of child welfare, mental health, substance use, special education, etc: strong verbal and written communication skills,;working in electronic health records; working on interdisciplinary and wraparound teams with state and local providers.

Certified Peer Recovery Specialist:  PSN seeks a full-time certified peer recovery specialist to work within our recovery community centers in Newport and Westerly and with our statewide outreach team. This position will provide individual and group peer based recovery support services to individuals who are working on recovery from mental health, substance use, and opioid addiction. Key skills includes knowledge working as knowledge of housing, vocational and employment, accessing treatment, pathways to recovery and wellness; collaborate with community partners; and educated on pubic health concerns.

Please send cover letters and resumes to:

Attn: Lisa Conlan Lewis, Executive Director 
Parent Support Network of Rhode Island 
535 Centerville Road, Suite 202, Warwick, RI  02886
l.conlan@psnri.org

Our Impact This Year

  • Children & Families Helped

    675

  • Peers Trained

    274

  • Funds Raised

    $103,000

  • Recoverees Supported

    1200

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