Maryland Addiction Recovery Center is expanding and always looking for quality, talented professionals to add to our staff. If you are a psychiatrist, therapist, counselor, or someone in recovery looking to work on our recovery support staff as a residential manager or counselor’s assistant, please call 410-773-0500 or email a cover letter and resume to


Please note: For anyone applying for a recovery support staff or residential position as a person in recovery, Maryland Addiction Recovery Center requires at least one year clean and sober to be considered for these positions.


JOB: Primary Therapist

Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, the leader in dual diagnosis addiction treatment in the Maryland area, is seeking to hire a full-time Primary Therapist for our extended care residential and intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment programs. Primary responsibilities include carrying a caseload for patients in the Community Living Treatment, PHP and IOP levels of care, conducting weekly individual sessions with clients on case, facilitating group therapy sessions, holding family therapy sessions, communicating internally with MARC clinical staff and coordinating care with any outside providers or referents. The MARC clinical philosophy centers around challenging patients pathologies through clinical inventions to give patients a sustainable corrective treatment experience, extensive ongoing family work and collaboration with outside referents and providers. Ability to work in a team atmosphere as well as work collaboratively with outside providers and referents is a must. The Primary Therapist works closely with the clinical team, Clinical Director, Executive Director and medical staff to systematically approach patients’ addiction, internal and external perceptions, behaviors, relationships and processes and offer corrective experiences that lead to long-term sustainable sobriety from substances as well as patient-centered levels of happiness and achievement of life goals and personal growth. LCSW-C, LMSW, LCPC or LGPC. Addictions counselors may apply based on experience. Send resume/cover letter to

Job Type: Full-time, generous benefits package


JOB: Therapeutic Assistant (TA)

Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, the leader in comprehensive dual diagnosis addiction treatment in the Mid Atlantic area, is looking to hire Therapist Assistants for their Community Living Treatment program. This position, similar to a behavioral health technician, is an extension of the clinical day staff and works directly with patients in treatment for dual diagnosis and substance abuse issues, supports patients by forming strong relationships, implements clinical directives passed on by the clinical team and coordinates care by identifying the immediate needs of each patient on an individualized level of care. Position reports directly to Director of Supportive Services. Experience working in dual diagnosis, mental health and/or substance abuse field not required, but a plus. Qualifications include knowledge of addictions, addiction treatment, 12 Step recovery process. Healthcare experience a plus. High school diploma or equivalent education Excellent verbal and writing communication skills. Ability to use basic computer skills and create clinical notation. Experience with EMR software a plus. Must possess and maintain a valid and clean driver’s license. All shifts available Monday-Sunday. Send resumes and cover letters to

Additional Job Responsibilities:

– Focus on programmatic areas with patients, such as personal management and life skills

– Facilitate activities, socialization skills, community involvement, and safety and health

– Monitor all patient progress/lack of progress on a regular basis and document/communicate the information to appropriate staff members

– Transport patients to MARC Clinical facility and/or outside appointments

– Be an advocate for all patients

Job Type: Full-time, generous benefits package


JOB: Admissions Specialist

The Admissions Specialist is responsible for handling intake process with all new admissions, and handling incoming calls from potential patients (to include rotation in on-call schedule). Additionally, the Admissions Specialist will assist with making appropriate referrals to specialty and social services.

Job Responsibilities:

Complete intake screening paperwork on new admits; interview and evaluate patients and family members
Work directly with prospective patients and families
Answers Admissions Department phone calls and screen potential patients, making referrals as appropriate
Coordinate referrals to specialty and social services when appropriate
Identify factors which may interfere with obtaining maximum benefits from treatment
Maintain records and make written and oral reports concerning intake processes, referral reports, and billing reports
Prepare eligibility and benefits for new patients through insurance and 3rd party payers
Comply with company and department policies and procedures, quality assurance, safety, environmental, infection control, and comply with requirements of accreditation and regulatory agencies
Participate in on-call rotation for admission calls

Job Type: Full-time, generous benefits package


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