Careers at Transformation House

Upholding a Legacy

A career at Transformation House allows you to become  a part of a 100+ employee workforce who has a level of commitment and compassion that mirrors the one of our founder Betty J. Mathews. Giving back and helping others is what Betty started over 40 years ago – that legacy continues today!

Making an Impact on the Lives of Others

Working at Transformation House provides you with an opportunity to be part of someone’s recovery — it’s a place that allows you to make a difference no matter what position you may hold. Each employee plays an integral role in taking care of the patients and giving them a positive patient experience — everyone is important, everyone is part of the Transformation House family.

Commitment to Our Employees

As a leading addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare provider, Transformation House is committed to partnering with our employees for their success. We provide various growth opportunities through educational assistance and training in the form of continuing education, as well as support and guidance in completing certification and degrees.

At Transformation House over 70% of vacant positions are filled internally through promotions.

Our comprehensive benefit package includes:

Health

  • Up to 80% Paid Healthcare Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-term & Long-term Disability Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program

Retirement

  • Simple IRA including generous employer match

Work/Life Balance

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Paid Holidays
  • Floating Holidays

Professional Development

  • All regular, full-time clinical employees are eligible for professional development
  • Supervision (for mental health professionals)

LADC (Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor)

The Counselor plays an important role in the delivery of treatment services to the clients and is responsible for ensuring that all clients receive services as mandated by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS). The Counselor provides services to support achievement of effective personal development working with clients individually and in group settings to identify and resolve issues including substance use, mental health, personal and/or emotional and family issues. Counselors must be able to maintain client confidentiality in accordance with state and federal guidelines and HIPAA requirements.

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Substance Use Disorder Technician

As a member of the multidisciplinary team, the Substance Use Disorder Technician (SUD Tech) assists clients from admission through discharge providing client support through the extended substance and mental health treatment process. The SUD Tech supervises client behavior and manages client crisis situations when necessary. They assist on-duty counselors as required in direct support of program goals and objectives. CD Techs require self-confidence, professionalism and the ability to exercise individual discretion and judgment. They must manage competing demands on their time and adhere to program schedules and rules. This includes situations where a client may be under the influence of a controlled substance or struggling with mental health symptoms, the SUD Tech will respond in a professional, therapeutic and positive manner. They must be able to react and respond to medical emergencies conveying a positive and professional image to clients, staff and visitors. CD Techs must be able to maintain client confidentiality in accordance with state and federal guidelines and HIPAA requirements.

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