In 1995, Project RECONNECT became the nation's first outpatient substance use treatment program targeting Asian & Pacific Islander adolescents. Over two decades later, Project RECONNECT continues to provide culturally relevant substance use and co-occurirng disorders treatment services to a diverse youth population primarily in East Side San Jose. Project RECONNECT is a Drug-MediCal program and provides an array of services including, intake/assessment, treatment planning, case management, crisis services, family support services, individual and group counseling, recovery services and pro-social activities. Services are provided at the AARS/HealthRIGHT 360 Tully Youth Office, in schools, in-home and in the community.
The Licensed Clinical Supervisor will be responsible to for the training and clinical supervision of the direct services clinicians and interns, who are directly working with adolescent clients participating in substance use and co-occurring disorders treatment services. The Licensed Clinical Supervisor will serve as the primary Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA) who is responsible for the establishing of Medical Necessity and the review and approvals of treatment plans and extension of services.