Recovery House Coordinator

Position Summary

Position details

Start Date: 09/06/2024
End Date: 08/07/2025
Term Date: Note: Start and end dates flexible
Location: Caribou, ME
Focus Area: Community Outreach, Public Health

The Center for the Advancement of Rural Living is dedicated to supporting Aroostook County, Maine by filling the gaps of needs not currently being met in this unique community. This includes supporting local veterans, people in recovery, arts and culture, and adult education.

The Recovery House Coordinator works as a liaison for residents to ensure they are connected with and receiving necessary mental and physical health services, including but not limited to MAT (Medically Assisted Treatment) programs, primary care, mental health & SUD (Substance Use Disorder) therapies, case management & employment services.

Day to day tasks of the member will include: 

  • Performing pre-screening interviews of applicants to determine program fit. 
  • Provide access to and expand the resources available to clients both at the house and in the community.   
  • Document resident progress & growth while tracking best practices for future use. 
  • Connect residents with their needed medical care and work to ensure they stay on track for all regular medical needs.  
  • Update policies and procedures with the help of the board as needed.  

Already have a MyAmeriCorps account and want to apply for this specific role? You can find that listing on MyAmeriCorps here.

Public Health AmeriCorps

Goodwill NNE’s Public Health AmeriCorps program helps build the public health workforce in Maine and New Hampshire. We partner with health centers, substance misuse recovery centers, public schools and other types of agencies meeting public health needs to provide AmeriCorps members. Those members: engage youth in programs to prevent substance misuse; create food security programs, provide vaccination education, create community integration opportunities for people with disabilities, and research and implement public health interventions to meet the pressing public health needs of underserved communities. Members gain strong skills through their experiences and often get hired for professional public health positions immediately upon completion!