Phoenix House Career Opportunities


At Phoenix House California, we value diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are in all kinds of neighborhoods, serving all kinds of people, and we want you to feel like you belong here, too.

Phoenix House California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, parental status, ancestry, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. You’re different…so are we. Join us! For more information about your EEO rights as an applicant, please click here.

Phoenix House California will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c).

External hires must pass a post-offer, pre-employment background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with an arrest and/or conviction will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, and ban the box laws.

If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact us by telephone at (818) 686-3000 and let us know the nature of your request. We will only respond to messages left that involve a request for a reasonable accommodation in the application process. We will accommodate the needs of any qualified candidate who requests a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 

Phoenix House California participates in E-verify.

Our mission is to transform lives. If that sounds like a mission for you, come join our team.


Questions? Please Contact:

Victoria Morales, Recruiter

Phoenix House California

vmorales@phoenixhouseca.org

 C: 747-239-0357

 O:818-686-3073

38 Career Opportunities at Phoenix Houses of California Inc


New Posting BHIS Prevention Specialist
Santa Ana, CA92705
Reporting to the Program Coordinator, the Prevention Specialist is responsible for providing culturally relevant school and community-based behavioral health, prevention education, positive character development, and intervention services to at-risk youth and their families based on evidenced-based practices which are appropriate to age, population, literacy, culture, and development. The Prevention Specialist participates in all documentation and data collection as required for quality improvement and outcomes measurement. The Prevention Specialist collaborates with school personnel and teachers professionally and positively to achieve the shared goals and objectives of the project.

New Posting Wrap Facilitator
Lake View Terrace, CA91342
Reporting to the Director of Wraparound Services, the Facilitator is responsible for facilitating the Child and Family Team by: following the four phases of Wraparound; ensuring the principles of Wraparound are adhered to by all team members; ensuring that all the strengths and needs are identified; ensuring all the identified services are provided in a timely and appropriate manner; being the contact point for children, families, and service provider representative(s) to ensure adequate opportunities for input and access to the team and planning process. Responsible for a caseload of ten to twelve slots. Upholds regulations established by the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Children and Family Services in Los Angeles County. Aligning services with the vision and shared values of Phoenix House.

Reporting to the Senior Program Director, the Director of Wraparound is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the program's day-to-day operations. Responsibilities include reviewing and monitoring the various components of the budget (e.g., invoices, Flex Fund expenditures, and Medi-Cal billing), providing individual and group supervision over the Wraparound Supervisors, and reviewing/submitting Individual Service Reports and Plans of Care. The Program Director is also responsible for ensuring that the program remains in compliance with the contract at all times. Provide clinical support during and outside of business hours.

Reporting to the Nurse Manager, the Medical Assistant is responsible for providing supervision to patients/clients and facilitating deliverable services. Coordinates and arranges medical services for the Residential Program, while ensuring execution of program policies and procedures and staff and patient/client safety measures. In addition to all components of the above position summary the following “Essential Duties and Responsibilities” are necessary to successful performance in this position.

Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Peer Care Coordinator (PCC) is responsible for providing case management services to an assigned caseload of patients diagnosed with substance use disorders. The PCC is responsible for assessing client needs, developing, implementing and reviewing service plans, and working with Phoenix House staff and other community resources in meeting/achieving client service needs.

Clinician (TEMP)
Lake View Terrace, CA91342
Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Clinician is responsible for providing a wide variety of individual, family, and group therapy; case management counseling; crisis intervention; and advocacy services to families, children, and other clients in accordance with their specific therapeutic needs.

Reporting to the Program Director, the Associate Program Director supports the Program Director in the day-to-day programming activities and provides direct supervision to the Supervising Counselor(s) on site.

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants by delivering face-to-face rehabilitative programming services provided in the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (ISUDTP).

Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Clinical Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the Master Level trainee/intern program and providing supervision oversight to trainees, interns, clinicians, counselors, providing individual therapy, treatment planning, case management, client advocacy, counseling, and crisis intervention. In addition, this role may at times manage a small case load providing individual therapy, treatment planning, case management, client advocacy, counseling, crisis intervention, and group therapy.

Reporting to the Program Director, the Admissions Specialist is responsible for the management of the administrative functions for the Admissions Department and provide support with conducting assessments/intakes.

Reporting to the Program Director, the Associate Program Director supports the Program Director in the day-to-day programming activities and provides direct supervision to the Supervising Counselor(s) on site.

Reporting to the Detox Coordinator, the Detox Medical Assistant is responsible for providing supervision to patients/clients and facilitating deliverable services. Coordinates and arranges medical services for the Detox Program, while ensuring execution of program policies and procedures and staff and patient/client safety measures.

Reporting to the Vice President, Clinical Director, the Senior Program Director is responsible for the overall management, organization, strategy, and operational success of the multiple programs. The Senior Program Director is responsible for the effective delivery of trauma informed, evidenced based services to patients and family members. This position provides leadership, management and clinical supervision to staff in the delivery of direct service to patients, and ensuring the successful integration of treatment and educational services in the DMH and SAPC contracts. The Senior Program Director is responsible for ensuring pillar outcomes are met; People, Quality & Performance.

Reporting to the Director of Wraparound Services, the Parent Partner is responsible for providing one-on-one support and coaching to the participants' parents/caregivers, ensuring that the parents/caregivers' needs are met and their voices heard. Attend all Child and Family Team meetings and offers additional support through phone calls and additional face-to-face contact. Able to functions as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Familiarity with principles of family-centered, strengths-based services. Knowledge of community resources. Responsible for a caseload of ten to twelve slots. Upholds regulations established by the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Children and Family Services in Los Angeles County. Aligning services with the vision and shared values of Phoenix House.

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Driver is responsible for operating a company vehicle in transporting residents and staff to community appointments. Performs related support activities, including recordkeeping and vehicle maintenance reporting. Responsible for the appropriate supervision of all passengers at all times.

Reporting to the Associate Program Director, the Supervising Counselor is responsible for supervising up to eight (8) AOD Counseling staff and evaluating staff performance and providing applicable coaching and training.

Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Alcohol and Drug (AOD) Counselor is responsible for individual service coordination for patients enrolled in Phoenix House Adult/Adolescent Residential/Outpatient Services, including supporting a successful transition back into the community. In collaboration with the Clinical Manager, the AOD Counselor carries a patient caseload and supports the successful integration of medical care, substance abuse treatment, and other services within individual treatment plans.

Reporting to the Facility Manager, the Recovery Support Staff is responsible for providing supervision to patients and facilitates deliverable services while ensuring execution of program policies and procedures as well as staff and patient safety measures.

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants by delivering face-to-face rehabilitative programming services provided in the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (ISUDTP).

Reporting to the Facility Manager, the Recovery Support Staff is responsible for providing supervision to patients and facilitates deliverable services while ensuring execution of program policies and procedures as well as staff and patient safety measures.

Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Clinician is responsible for providing a wide variety of individual, family, and group therapy; case management counseling; crisis intervention; and advocacy services to families, children, and other clients in accordance with their specific therapeutic needs.

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants by delivering face-to-face rehabilitative programming services provided in the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (ISUDTP).

Reporting to the Program Director, the In-Custody Clinician is responsible for providing a wide variety of individual, family, and group therapy; case management counseling; crisis intervention; and advocacy services to families, children, and other clients in accordance with their specific therapeutic needs.

Reporting to the Director of Wraparound Services, the Child and Family Specialist is responsible for providing one-on-one support and behavioral interventions to resolve issues identified in the Plan of Care. Assist client with learning and practicing communication skills, anger management, problem-solving, stress management, and additional pro-social behaviors; becoming involved in academic, social, recreational, and/or employment activities; and learning to cooperate and engage both peers and adults across all settings. Create fun and reinforcing environments to teach skills and model behavior, transport clients when clinically appropriate, and give updates to the Child and Family Team regarding the clients' progress. Responsible for a caseload of ten to twelve slots. Upholds regulations established by the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Children and Family Services in Los Angeles County. Aligning services with the vision and shared values of Phoenix House.

Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Clinician is responsible for providing a wide variety of individual, family, and group therapy; case management counseling; crisis intervention; and advocacy services to families, children, and other clients in accordance with their specific therapeutic needs.

Reporting to the Operations Manager the Receptionist is responsible for receiving visitors and clients, determining the nature of their visit, and notifying appropriate staff. Answering and transferring telephone calls. Providing general office and clerical support to a program/department. Representing Phoenix House to callers, clients, and visitors in a friendly, professional manner

Reporting to the Nurse Manager, the Nurse is responsible for coordinating and arranging all medical services for a Phoenix House program.

Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Clinician is responsible for providing a wide variety of individual, family, and group therapy; case management counseling; crisis intervention; and advocacy services to families, children, and other clients in accordance with their specific therapeutic needs.

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants by delivering face-to-face rehabilitative programming services provided in the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (ISUDTP).

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants by delivering face-to-face rehabilitative programming services provided in the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (ISUDTP).

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants by delivering face-to-face rehabilitative programming services provided in the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (ISUDTP).

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants by delivering face-to-face rehabilitative programming services provided in the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (ISUDTP).

Reporting to the Nurse Manager, the Nurse is responsible for coordinating and arranging all medical services for a Phoenix House program.

Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the AOD Counselor is responsible for delivering programming services to the participants.

Reporting to the Associate Program Director, the Supervising Counselor is responsible for supervising up to eight (8) AOD Counseling staff and evaluating staff performance and providing applicable coaching and training.

Reporting to the Program Director, the In -Custody Alcohol and Drug (AOD) Counselor is responsible for individual service coordination for patients enrolled in Phoenix House Adult/Adolescent Residential/Outpatient Services, including supporting a successful transition back into the community. In collaboration with the Program Director, the In-Custody AOD Counselor carries a patient caseload and supports the successful integration of medical care, substance abuse treatment, and other services within individual treatment plans.

Reporting to the Program Director, the In-Custody Peer Care Coordinator (PCC) is responsible for providing case management services to an assigned caseload of patients diagnosed with substance use disorders. The PCC is responsible for assessing client needs, developing, implementing and reviewing service plans, transporting clients, and working with Phoenix House staff and other community resources in meeting/achieving client service needs.