Accounting Clerk, Part-Time

Accounting Clerk will support ADACCV Bookkeeper in handling accounts receivable and other clerical duties as needed. Position will also render assistance as needed within the administrative team to carry out the daily operations of ADACCV Programs.


LCDC, LPC, or CI w/ 2000 hours, Full-Time

Responsible for providing the client’s general treatment needs identified in the client assessment and make any referrals as needed. Records pertinent data occurring during work hours. Documents significant observations of client behavior. Documents required information on CMBHS in the computer. Observes and interacts with clients. Reports and documents progress toward treatment objectives. Completes assessments when needed and develops individualized treatment plans with clients and provides individual and group counseling to an assigned caseload. Presents formalized substance use disorder education and counseling according to an approved course outline. Attends all meetings as required and as directed by the Clinical Director, Treatment Program Coordinator and/or the CEO. Performs other duties as assigned by the Clinical Director, Treatment Program Coordinator and/or the CEO.



Program Tech, PRN (Male & Female Position Open)

Qualifications: A high school education or GED required. The individual must be at least (25) years of age, and must be physically able to perform required tasks. Must be able to pass health and drug screening requirements; must agree to a criminal background check as required by the HHSC; a valid Texas Driver license and an acceptable driving record is mandatory.  Individual must have reliable transportation and show proof of liability insurance.

Skills and Knowledge Required: Must have a pleasant personality, able to successfully work with people in a positive manner, must be able to cope effectively under stressful situations. Must have the ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written communication and be able to work autonomously; must be able to work compassionately and effectively with addicted persons and their families.