We’re hiring! Join the Green Hill team as Program Facilitator. A Program Facilitator acts as a leader within the Green Hill therapeutic community, working to advance positive therapeutic outcomes for each individual client and the Green Hill sober-living program as a whole.
The team at Green Hill played a huge part of my decision to work here. From the beginning, I was welcomed, listened to as a person rather than just a professional, and challenged to better myself. Company culture here encourages everyone to be compassionate as well as to push people to strive for their goals; this is what makes this place such a special place to work.
Recently I reflected on why I joined the Green Hill team back in 2019. I realized that I was ultimately persuaded (very easily) by the energy and passion for growth and to see improvements in addiction recovery treatment which is present here at Green Hill. I got see how the team here, guys like Tripp, Nick, and Matt acted as role models for the young men they were serving, and wanted to feel that same reward.
We’re hiring! Join the Green Hill team as Primary Therapist. As a member of the treatment team, you’ll provide a broad range of treatment services including individual, group, and family therapy, crisis intervention, as well contribute to the development of Green Hill’s clinical curriculum.
We’re hiring! Join the Green Hill team as Clinical Case Manager. The Clinical Case Manager supports Green Hill Recovery’s clinical and programmatic operations by facilitating weekly case management for all Green Hill clients.
The laughs, the camaraderie, the shared struggle – these keep me coming back each day. Working with young adult men has me laughing nonstop every single day. It’s an interesting juxtaposition – alcoholism and addiction is such a serious deal, but we find levity and fun to get through it together.
As corny as it sounds, it’s our clients that keep me coming back day after day. Seeing the transformation in our clients is the most rewarding experience I’ve ever been a part of. Knowing that we are helping bright young men reach their potential is an incredible gift.
I view my role as being able to distill complicated ideas into readily graspable concepts and narratives that can help others figure out if our program is a good fit for them or their clients. I also view it as my job to make sure we have healthy relationships with various resources and that I can translate what they do and what we do for different people.
Each day, our residents surprise me with the amount of growth they make, whether it be recovery related or not, seeing that spark in their eye is comforting. It is comforting to know that the work they are doing is making a difference in their life.
Personally, I love what the community members bring into a group session. Their insight, intelligence, humor, kindness, and love towards one another is incredibly powerful. They are the life and heart of the group.